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Doctor Recommendations for Cannabis Patients

All patients must have a valid, current recommendation from their doctor prior to registering as a patient with the Harborside Health Center dispensary. If you have a current recommendation, you can register online or in person at either of our locations. All cannabis patient recommendations will be verified with the doctor prior to any purchase or admittance to either of our locations.

Recommendations must be current when placing orders online or visiting us in person.

Sign-Up for Online Ordering for Delivery/Pick-up or call (888) 99-Harborside (1-888-994-2726) for more information about our delivery services if you have a current recommendation!

If you are a NEW patient and making your first purchase through our delivery service, you must fill out and have ready the New Patient Agreement Form upon your first order.

Doctors Recommendations for Cannabis Patients

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California NORML's patient guide

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California Medical Cannabis Dispensary

Free medical cannabis delivery or in-store pickup in Oakland and San Jose

Here at Harborside Health Center, we offer the finest, lab-tested medical cannabis products. Order medical cannabis online or pick up at our dispensary in Oakland or San Jose. Shop the finest quality of medical cannabis including Bruce Banner, Grand Daddy Purple, Deadhead OG, Durban Poison, Green Ribbon OG and more...

We Choose to Not Use the Term "Medical Marijuana"

While you may have heard medical cannabis referred to as medical marijuana, at Harborside we do not use that term. William Randolph Hearst utilized the word marijuana, as did his political allies, to promote harmful stereotypes about both the Mexican and Black populations. Smokers of marijuana were frequently caricatured as crazed and violent black men or lazy, thieving Mexicans.

We use the term medical cannabis rather than medical marijuana because we choose not to associate the positive healing properties of cannabis with the negative, racist undertones of the word marijuana. To use that term would passively support the wrong and hurtful notions of Hearst and his allies, whereas we believe that cannabis is medicine, and is meant for people of all colors and walks of life.

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