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Frisco Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Medical MMJ Dispensaries in Frisco Colorado

Colorado medical marijuana dispensaries in Frisco are permitted to sell medicinal marijuana strains, edibles, THC high concentrates and other medical marijuana  products and services to verified MMJ patients that can furnish an official Colorado medical marijuana card, which signifies that the MMJ patient has received a doctor evaluation and MMJ referral.

Frisco, CO is a small ski/snowboard mountain town or city will a population of approximately 2,500.  Medical marijuana dispensaries in Frisco Colorado see a good deal of business from tourists or visitors from other parts of Colorado who are in Frisco to enjoy the world renowned skiing or snowboarding near Frisco, Colorado.  Frisco is in close proximity to four major ski resorts - Arapahoe Basin (AKA A-Basin), Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and Keystone. To be sure, these popular ski resorts attract Colorado MMJ patients from all over the state.

Frisco Marijuana Shops


Bioenergetic Healing Center
842 N. Summit Blvd. #13
Frisco, CO 80443

Medical Marijuana of the Rockies
720 Summit Blvd. Ste 101A
Frisco, CO 80443

With Colorado's emerging medical marijuana industry, Frisco will no longer be know only as a great ski destination, but also as home to quality Colorado medical marijuana dispensaries or cannabis clinics that serve Colorado MMJ patients in and around the city of Frisco.

Didn't find the medical marijuana dispensary or cannabis clinic that you're searching for?  Browse Colorado medical marijuana dispensaries in Adams County, Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Greeley, Durango, the Western Slope and other Colorado towns, cities and counties by clicking the link below.



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