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What You Need to Know About Green Health Eugene

Jun. 25, 2022 / PRZen / EUGENE, Ore. — Green Health was one of the first dispensaries in Eugene, OR. As time passed, they went from serving patients authorized to use their products to a fully-fledged OLCC licensed recreational dispensary. So now, as long as you are over 21 or at least 18 with an Oregon Medical Marijuana Program card, you can shop at their local store.

Besides being one of the first shops on the block, it also prides itself on putting out good products and having highly educated staff to best help its customers. So, whether you are a first-time buyer or have been consuming their products for years, you feel right at home.

As you walk into the store, you will find a cozy lobby with unique artwork, houseplants, and product-related reading material. The goal is to provide a place where people feel welcomed and not intimidated by the product.

Green Health wants to ensure your experience starts on a good foot. And that means the store associates will never rush you to buy a product. In fact, they offer multiple Bud Rooms. This helps those who want privacy or anyone needing some extra time to make a decision. You can also use the time to become educated on the product, even if you leave without making a purchase.

Most importantly, the Budtenders at Green Health are exceptionally knowledgeable. Combined with compassion and an understanding of their product’s effects, they will never make the customer feel awkward for not knowing something. And they do not care to spend a little extra time helping anyone find the right product for their needs.

So, whether you are visiting for the first time or the hundredth, you can rest easy knowing the staff members are not just CBD certified but also care. So, come out and visit Green Health in Eugene, Oregon, today!

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