HPC, or Hueneme Patient Collective, is one of the hardest working cannabis dispensaries in Ventura County. As a company, they take a holistic approach to educating consumers and selling conscious products. You can find them open every day from 9am-9pm on the third floor of the Hardy Moll building. The staff is always offering warm welcomes and as much time as they need to give you to find the perfect item(s.)
Their naturalistic approach to medical and recreational cannabis retail is clear when you look at their menu. The choices available are synonymous with a cannasseur’s head stash of choice brands. You can even reap the benefits of their extensive menu by ordering online for pick up. Hueneme Patient Collective also does deliveries through Tree Factory. You only need to keep in mind that they turn off their online ordering an hour before closing up shop.
With social distancing measures still in place, it serves to mention the amount of space you’re allotted when entering Hueneme Patient Collective. You’ll find markers placed along the store and even outside to maintain safe distances. Customers will additionally find a convenient kiosk to place orders from in the lobby. This way, you’re able to get a text when your order is ready and they can bring it out to you. Convenience, safety, and customer-care are three top priorities at HPC.
Outstanding Brand Selection
There is an immersive amount of consumer-preferred Californian cannabis brands lining the shelves of Hueneme Patient Collective (HPC.) First-time customers are able to secure a sweet 10% off their purchase or save it for store credit. Customers are able to build up store credit in a number of ways to discount future purchases. Ask a budtender to learn more. A few of the sought after brands that they carry include Flow Kana, Buddies Brand, Exotic Genetix, Connected Cannabis Co., Papa & Barkley, Lowell Herb Co., Sublime, and STIIIZY.
Running through Hueneme Patient Collective’s menu, there is a bevy of choices. From within each category of products they have available, there are obvious choices (for me at least.) When it comes to concentrates, I’m a big fan of live resin. I see they’re currently carrying Buddies Brand’s Grape Triangle Liquid Diamonds Live Resin in the 510 thread CCells. Whether it’s in a regular dab or in a cart, I know I’ll still get ample grape, berry, diesel flavors.
For flower, there are plenty of reasonably priced options I’d go for. For the sake of my wallet yet persistent desire for the finer things, I’d go with an eighth of Super Silver Haze from CRU. This strain never disappoints me on citrusy gassy flavors and is only going for $40/eighth before tax.
Edibles are always an interesting thing for me to choose. Oftentimes, I don’t feel the effects heavily, but enjoy the flavor or confectionary form they come in. The Tangerine Fruit Blasts from Chalice Farms look delectable. With potentially uplifting effects, this edible contains 100mg of THC per package.
When it comes to topicals, I’m always looking for something that helps with muscle pain. There’s a 1:1 Cannabis Pain Cream from Care By Design that looks enticing. Despite the moderate amount of THC in this mix, I still really enjoy that it’s a full spectrum topical. I know it’d probably help me forget the pain long enough to maybe massage a knot out.