Home Delivery with Artists Collective Cannabis Club

Posted: April 20, 2011
Home Delivery with Artists Collective Cannabis Club

Candace Bailey visits the Artist Collective, a club that makes home deliveries of legal medical marijuana right to your doorstep. Watch as she hops along for a delivery ride and learns about how a former cancer patient and others depend on this service.

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  • marks78245

    Thanks Artists Collective for helping Ryan through his hard times. some people in his life may have felt that he didn't need the canabis. I truly believe that this alternative was the right alternative for Ryan , and I am a staunch believer in the medicinal benefits that marijuana provides to so many patients suffering through chronic pain such as cancer and other debilitating diseases. Although Ryan lost his battle with his disease, his mother & I were so glad when he found the benefits of medicinal marijuana. Thanks to Dan and the rest of our friends at artist collective for helping Ryan out and G4 for doing this piece. I truly hope that this video reached many more people and provided them with the same relief it brought our son. RIP Ryan, we love & miss you soo much.


    Posted: February 13, 2012 1:10 PM
  • jwpalmer

    Soft tissue bone cancer.

    Posted: September 13, 2011 1:23 PM
  • mulligan101

    We love the Artist Collective! www.CapacityProductions.Net and www.CannaBuddies.info are helping the CannabisCares concept gain great exposure and get help to the people who deserve it! Thanks to G4 and Dann at Artist Collective for being so AWESOME! CannabisCares to sponsor patients will be 100% going within days!

    Posted: April 22, 2011 6:20 AM
  • Riceballs

    Great. I am hoping that the law will pass in Connecticut very soon. I am 32 years old and have had a severe disabling back injury since about 2003 and have had 2 lumbar fusions, and recently have herniated more discs requiring more surgery that I refuse because I am so young and it will be even more disabling. Pot was the one thing that helped me sleep at night with less pain. Now I have no job because I can't work and my own doctor is drug testing me and I can't smoke anymore because I failed a drug test that he had to give to appease the state of Connecticut. He was actually cool about it and said what I do on my own time is my business, but I still have to pass the test. Pray for me that they will pass it in CT! =)

    Posted: April 21, 2011 7:39 AM
  • davizbeaz

    Thanks for doing this feature, the Artists Collective and capacityproductions.net are certainly appreciative for the exposure for patients who may not know about these services. Great job, and happy 4:20!

    Posted: April 20, 2011 7:38 PM