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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS?

WE ARE OPEN EVERYDAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYS FROM 10AM TO 8PM SHARP 

FIRST TIME PATIENTS MUST ALWAYS BRING A VALID CALIFORNIA ID
AND A CALIFORNIA DOCTOR RECOMMENDATION WITH EMBOSS SEAL AND SIGNATURE 

EXISTING PATIENTS MAY BRING MMJ ID AND CALIFORNIA ID

21 AND OVER, OR RECREATIONAL ID'S WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN UNTIL OUR TEMPORARY STATE LICENSE IS AQUIRED. SORRY AND THANK YOU FOR YOU COOPERATION UNTILL FUTHUR NOTICE.

ON SITE POLICIES

  • Use of medical marijuana shall be limited to the patient identified on the doctor’s recommendation. Secondary sale, barter, or distribution of medical marijuana is a crime and can lead to arrest.
  • Patrons are not allowed to consume marijuana or marijuana-infused products on site or its vicinities, such as parking lots. Collective staff shall monitor to ensure compliance.
  • Forgery of medical documents is a felony crime.
  • Entry to the premises by persons under the age of 18 is prohibited unless they are a qualified patient accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

RETURN POLICY

  • There is no returns on any sealed products. ALL SALES ARE FINAL (edibles, tinctures, topicals, etc.)
  • Broken or manufacture defective cartridges can be brought back with store receipt, to be further inspected by a Bud Tender & exchanged if a non-user error occurs. (limit to one exchange per month). 
  • Flowers are non refundable.

WHAT IS PROP 64?

Proposition 64, also known as the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), is a state ballot initiative that California voters passed in November 2016 legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. The initiative decriminalized marijuana possession, making it legal for those 21 and older to “possess, transport, purchase, consume and share up to one ounce of marijuana and eight grams of concentrated marijuana and grow up to six plants in their homes."

Can non-patients purchase marijuana at RDC Collective now that Prop 64. passed?

No. Even though Prop. 64 is now law, no one will be allowed to sell recreational marijuana until the state and municipalities issue licenses to operate. State licenses will not be available until at least January 2018. Municipalities will have their own timelines. The City of LA and the City of Tarzana have not yet passed any local ordinances to allow businesses or medical marijuana collectives to dispense recreational marijuana.

While individuals are allowed to consume recreational marijuana under Prop. 64, it does not mean businesses or medical marijuana collectives can start selling to non-patients. Until local and state licensing for recreational marijuana becomes available, RDC Collective shall ONLY sell to people who:

    1. Are members of the collective;
    2. Have a valid physician recommendation OR a valid California Department of Health issued medical marijuana ID card;
    3. Are residents of CA; and
    4. Have valid ID.

OUR DAILY SPECIALS 

  • MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - SATURDAY RECEIVE $5 OFF ALL SHAKE ITEMS
  • FRIDAY IS PATIENT APPRECIATION DAY - FOOD TRUCKS START AT 5PM - 7PM - MINIMUM DONATION IS REQUIRED

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