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So we’re here to help you through the process, from how to register, to what to expect when you step through our doors. We’ll explain your choices, so you can create an experience that best fits you and your life. And we’ll give you a comfortable, no-judgements space to come and connect with others like you.
The strain, credited to original breeder Rick Naya, is available at Trulieve dispensaries statewide in oil or vaporizer cartridge form. It could start selling smokable Gainesville Green by the summer, Roundtree said.
“Our patients are aged 55 to 65 and they remember Gainesville Green (from the ’70s) when it was passed around person to person. Gainesville Green became synonymous with cannabis in Florida.”
“Sunshine Cannabis is just like every other company,” he said. “We take feedback from the market about the types of strains they want.
Williams commended cannabis doctor groups, like DocMJ, which serves the most medical cannabis patients in the Florida registry, for knocking down the price of updating active patients’ recommendations to $25. It usually costs between $150 and $200 to update a recommendation.
Sunshine Cannabis president and founder Chris “Sunshine” Williams said his company develops products and cannabis strains, including its popular Sunshine Kush, for Trulieve.