Vallejo Holistic Health Center has been a licensed dispensary in Vallejo for over two years. A UFCW union store, they make strides in the community by participating in charities and community events, and they’ve been featured on the front page of Vallejo Times Herald as well.
Though the site is modest, it is packed full of amazing products. Over 35 strains include Gelato #41, Sunset Sherbert, and the most vivid purple GDP I’ve seen in awhile. Prices range from $15 to $60 donation per 8th oz. Edible brands like Punch Edibles, Avo-Canna sugar-free carob, and Korova Vegan Peanut Butter bars, are just a small portion of the selection that their numerous vendors provide. They also stock over thirty different types of concentrates including waxes, shatters, prefilled cartridges and more (for a complete list find them on Weedmaps).
VHHC has the most vast collection of CBD products I’ve ever seen! They carry over thirty different types of CBD specific products, ranging from tinctures to capsules, to edibles, flowers, concentrates, topicals, and transdermal patches.
Although the menu here could stand up to that of any large-scale facility, their true strength is in outstanding patient service. Greeted by name, patients get one on one service from staff familiar with their product’s therapeutic benefits. They’ll even roll up joints for patrons who are unable free of charge! Not Mobile? VHHC delivers all over the bay area for free (a $100 minimum applies to outlying areas).
I admit I didn’t want to leave, but when I finally did, I picked up that beautiful GDP for $50, a 225 mg Kushy punch dark chocolate pbj bar for $20, and a 83% THC
Sherbert vape cartridge for $75, all totaling just $145, even with Vallejo’s rather exorbitant tax included.
Compassion is at the heart of what VHHC does, offering free to low cost therapeutic cannabis to qualified patients with HIV/AIDs, cancer, fibromyalgia and other incurable illnesses. VHHC has also implemented a veterans program, and they sponsor Solano Aids Coalition and participate in an annual food drive and other charities. Most recently, they collected goods for those who have suffered from the recent Valley Fire in North Napa. Providing blankets, animal food, diapers, clothing, books and other supplies to victims, they are undoing the negative stereotypes affecting our industry with each good deed.
Address: 1516 Napa Street, Vallejo, CA 94590
Hours: 11am-8pm Daily