Experience is one thing that has all the time been necessary to Lief Olsen and Michael Williamson, co-owners of Kind Love, a medical-only dispensary in Denver. An expertise of consolation, security, welcoming and the sensation that you simply left with extra information than whenever you got here in is central to Kind Love’s enterprise mannequin.
“It’s simple really — love. Love for plants, patients, medicine and science,” says Williamson.
Olsen and Williamson say they selected to remain a “medical only” dispensary as a result of they’ve all the time had a “for patients by patients” philosophy.
“With that in mind, we understood we had a limited amount of time and resources, and that a move to adult-use sales may have an effect on the level of service and the quality of product that we strive to achieve, ultimately affecting our patients, whom over the past four years have come to rely and depend on our products,” says Olsen. “The idea of turning our backs on these patients to make a buck just didn’t seem right, and definitely not the Kind Love way.”
Olsen says he based Kind Love together with different sufferers after many disappointing journeys to dispensaries that had left him feeling ripped off and discouraged.
“We set out to elevate the standard of dispensaries in Colorado,” Olsen says.
Williamson says Kind Love is totally different as a result of they by no means used the phrase “medical” as a security blanket for basic hashish gross sales and now that leisure shops are authorized in Colorado, many have redirected most of their consideration and product to serving the brand new market.
“When you walk into Kind Love, you immediately know something is different about this place,” says Olsen. “The recurring comment that always pleases me is ‘The energy is so good in here!’ Personally, I think we have the friendliest, most caring and educated staff in the industry.”
Kind Love gives low cost packages for business staff, veterans and seniors. They even have a compassion program designed to assist low-income sufferers with qualifying illnesses get the perfect remedy obtainable. In addition, they fundraise year-round for numerous native charities by encouraging employees to boost consciousness and ask sufferers to donate to native causes — and Kind Love matches all affected person donations.
Kind Love can also be excited to open a marijuana infused product (MIP) kitchen and extraction lab.
“We really hope to raise the bar for extracted and infused goods. Our goal is to create the most clean and efficacious line of products on the market,” says Olsen.
“We have so many projects in development at our research and development farm right now, we might even have too many,” says Williamson. “But if I had to choose one, I would pick our high-CBD ‘The Wife’ project. This project was started from seed, 16 phenotypes. In all my years of seed cultivation I have never seen such unique CBD:THC ratios. We ended up with four ‘keepers’ with a full spectrum of CBD:THC, which include a 32:1 28:1 4:1 and a 2:1 ratios.”
4380 E Alameda Ave.
Denver, CO 80246