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Compassionate Pain Management (CPM) Dispensary - Louisville, CO

CPM Dispensary Review

Compassionate Pain Management of Louisville is now open for retail sales.  That's right, now anyone over 21 can legally buy weed from CPM's Louisville dispensary location!

From my thus far limited experience with Louisville's CPM Dispensary , I must say Compassionate Pain Management is one of Boulder's finest medical marijuana service providers. They offer a large range of services including medical marijuana physician evaluations to some of the fines herbal remedies found in Colorado. From their welcoming waiting area, to their personal and knowledgeable staff, my experiences at Compassionate Pain Management have been a delight. They offer a large variety of indicas and sativas employ staff that know the medical qualities of all of their many strains.

Dispensary Details:

Compassionate Pain Management
1116-7 W. Dillon Rd.
Louisville CO, 80027

Phone: (303) 232-3620

CPM Dispensary Menu

Below you will find a list of the cannabis strains normally in stock at Compassionate Pain Management.

Aurora (Indica)
Gods Bud (Indica)
Blueberry Strain (Indica)
Blueberry Romulan (Indica)
Mr. Nice (Indica)
Afghani Blue (Indica)
Big Bud (Indica)
Hash Plant (Indica)
Sugar Berry (Indica Hybrid)


Cinderella '99 (Sativa)
Mango Haze (sativa)
Maui Waui (sativa)
Colorado Mist (sativa)
Durban Poison (sativa)
Island Sweet Skunk
Toe Jam (sativa Hybrid)
Platinum (Sativa Hybrid)
White Widow (Sativa Hybrid)
Sour Diesel (Sativa Hybrid)

Rasperry Cough (Sativa dominant)
Double Purple Doja (Sativa Hybrid)

Cleaner (60/40 Sativa dominant)



Prices at CPM

Like I said CPM has quite the selection of herbal medication. About the only downfall, and what cost Colorado Pain Management 1.4 on the Colorado Marijuana Dispensary Review Scale is their prices. While not outrageous and, in fact, just above average from my experience, I hate paying above street value for medical marijuana and the cheapest strain available at CPM sells for $55 an eighth. Otherwise Colorado Pain Management ranked nearly perfect and is highly recommended to patients of medicinal marijuana.

Comments

  1. Anonymous10:03:00 PM

    I've been able to buy 1/8ths for $40 for the last two weeks (but these were specials). Prices start at $50 and go up to $60 per eighth. 10% off if they're your caregiver... Otherwise I agree with everything above.

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  2. Thanks for the input Hooter...any "well priced" pot shops that you would recommend? So far I've been most satisfied with the prices, specials, deals and customer service at The Herbal Center (THC) on Broadway. But the search continues!

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