The original flagship location, Have a Heart cc is located off of Highway 99 (Aurora Ave) in North Seattle. With our convenient location and friendly staff we are here to provide our patients with the best services for their needs. As a dispensary we strive to provide our patients with safe access to medication.
All from cannabis store post their products for sale and donation on mmjmarket.com; a site that offers plants, cannabis seeds, trees and ready to flower plants from several stores in Washington, Colorado, California and all of the states who are offering their genetics to patients.
mmjmarket.com is a innovative mobile and desktop application in which patients meet vendors for cannabis or recreational cannabis fast, local and easy based on their location.
Fremont Gardens is now part of Have a Heart! Built on the principle of patient-to-patient care! Expect to receive the highest standard of customer service along with our cannabis expertise. Have you been in lately? New management! We appreciate your consideration in choosing us to be your access point, come see what we bring to the table.
The King County Medical Marijuana community has seen many locations pop up and we are here to set ourselves apart. Have a Heart Cafe is located in the Heart of the University District right off I-5 at 45th and 9th. At this premier Seattle location we have a Cafe, Access Point and a relaxing Vapor and Dab Lounge. Come in and see us today!
A nonprofit cooperative that supplies collectives and cooperatives with supreme quality. We are based on the belief that our members' needs are of the utmost importance! Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs.
We only use the best, and most reputable seed companies in the industry to ensure that our products have the most stable genetics possible. No feminized (auto-flower) seeds! All of our products are rooted in Oasis cubes, then planted into four inch nursery pots which contain a custom soil less planting mix (supplemented with strains of 6 endotrophic and 6 ectotrophic mycorrhizae species, 2 trichoderma, 13 strains of beneficial bacteria, yucca and soluble kelp).