Business Times of Edmond, Oklahoma February 2020 - Page 14
Fire Leaf Dispensary
filling medical need in Edmond
BY VAN MITCHELL | PHOTOS BY KAREN MOORE
assi Doolittle and her family
watched as medical marijuana
has been embraced by patients in
other states where it had been legalized.
She knew if medical marijuana passed
in Oklahoma, a void would be filled in
the medical market, and she, her father,
and brother, would be ready to provide
a first-class dispensary experience in the
Today, Doolittle and her family
operate Fire Leaf Dispensary which has
seven locations including one in Edmond
at 1327 S. Broadway. They will soon open
an eighth location in Guthrie.
“We always knew we wanted to get
into this industry, but we never knew if
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it was going to happen in Oklahoma,”
she said. “We started doing research,
and once it passed in Oklahoma, we hit
the ground running, putting together a
Fire Leaf Dispensary is dedicated to
bringing patients a large selection of the
highest quality, Oklahoma grown medical
cannabis from their highly knowledgeable
and experienced staff of budtenders and
growers, at very competitive prices. They
also have premium concentrates, edibles,
CBD products, and apparel.
Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 10
p.m. seven days a week.
“We are very patient-driven in the
products that we carry,” Doolittle said.
“We are constantly asking our patients
for their feedback. We have great working
relationships with our vendors. We are
very specific with the brands we carry.
We focus on providing a wide variety of
products at each store.”
On June 26, 2018, Oklahoma voted
on State Question 788 to legalize medical
marijuana, making it the 30th state in
the nation to legalize medicinal cannabis.
It allows doctors to recommend cannabis
for all conditions they see fit. The law
allows legal patients to receive ID cards,
possess up to three ounces of medicinal
cannabis in public, and store up to eight
ounces at home.
Dispensaries across the state are