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Sol Flower’s 2nd Arizona Dispensary Opens with Café and Classroom

Sol Flower Dispensary

Copperstate Farms Management, a vertically integrated cannabis company based in Arizona, announced the opening of its second Sol Flower dispensary. The new dispensary is located at the corner of 99th Ave and W. Thunderbird Blvd in Sun City (13650 N. 99th Ave).

Open every day, the mixed-use dispensary complex is the first-of-its-kind in Arizona to have an adjoining café and classroom accessible to the public. This is Sol Flower’s second location in the Valley, the company opened their Tempe dispensary in July.

“The Sol Flower vision is to empower wellness for all,” stated Director of Patient Services, Jane Fix, who will lead the curriculum. “At our Sun City location, residents can access resources on healthcare alternatives, interact with medical cannabis experts, and participate in physical activities such as yoga, meditation, and even cooking with CBD classes.”

Sol Flower offers educational courses for the general public covering a full spectrum of healthcare topics at its multi-purpose classroom. A hub for mindful communication and knowledge cultivation, class curriculum includes cannabis 101, medical cannabis for senior health, a guide to essential oils, and more. Additional classes will focus on mental, physical, and spiritual rejuvenation, such as yoga, demystifying meditation, cooking with CBD, and mindfulness training.

The adjoining reception area and café are an additional social gathering spaces where patients and the general public can purchase premium coffee and espresso from Press Coffee Roasters and non-medicated food items.

“We created an interactive environment for patients and the community. The glass walls function as windows into the dispensary, reflecting our commitment to inclusivity, transparency, and connectedness,” stated Pankaj Talwar, President and COO of Copperstate Farms.

Photo: Full Spectrum Creative



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