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BLOC Dispensary makes the juggling a little easier
Bloc Dispensary is a collective of cannabis enthusiasts on a mission to make people feel good. They’ve developed unique dispensary concepts that stock a range of best in class cannabis products, coupled with unparalleled customer service.
Expert curation, honest connection, and a mission founded on the deepest respect for their customer are what make BLOC the best! Grown out of a simple concept, “Cannabis made good, to do good, to make you feel good.”
Cannibis has changed my life
“Like many, I no longer look at cannabis as a ‘high,’ but as relief, sleep for those who haven’t slept in days, the ability to eat a meal with family, or being able to play with their children pain-free. It meant the difference between functioning normally and a life in bed.
Five years ago, I was diagnosed with endometriosis. It was a journey that took years and is still a struggle to find proper care. Endometriosis takes women an average of 10 years to receive a diagnosis while it effects 1 in 10 women. With no cure and no true treatment plan, my body often left doctors confused. With little help from non-narcotics treatments, I was left with little choice of how to function and live a normal life. Cannabis has given me so much of my life back that I never thought I’d have. Not only am I able to use products to relieve my pain, I am also able to treat the effect that living with chronic pain has on my mental health. I am able to use topical products which alleviate minor pains while I work and function daily with no side effects. Flower and concentrates are wonderful at relieving my nausea and moderate pain levels. The most effective product for me is RSO (Rick Simpson Oil) which I believe is more useful than opioid pain medications. I can honestly say that a plant has given me back my life. I do not know where I would be without the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Program.”
3650 Nazareth Pike, Bethlehem