Shift New Mexico

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  • Shift New Mexico is a Santa Fe Medical Marijuana Dispensary Operating since 2015, Shift New Mexico opens their doors to Sante Fe medical marijuana patients.. After discovering the holistic benefits of medicinal cannabis, the owners of Shift New Mexico saw the significant difference when comparing patients medicating with antibiotics versus patients who medicate using marijuana. Their mission is to educate their Santa Fe community on the benefits of medical marijuana. Shift New Mexico only uses organic ingredients to provide safe and clean marijuana products. Menu Shift New Mexico carries an exclusive menu of premium marijuana products. Proudly cultivating their own strains, this Santa Fe dispensary produces top-shelf quality strains like Hell’s OG, 707 Headband, Moonshine Haze, and Chupacabra, their signature strain. Their collection of concentrates are extracted from top-shelf flowers to embody and transfer terpene flavor profiles into pristine shatters. Shift New Mexico offers an assortment of tested cannabis-infused edibles like brownies and Bon-Bons. They will soon be offering a variety of vape cartridges to cater to cannabis patients who prefer on-the-go medicating. Service Locations Shift New Mexico is located on Bisbee Center near the Santa Fe Brewing Company and the Santa Fe Tortilla Company. They proudly dispense top-quality marijuana products to the community of medical cannabis patients in Santa Fe, Mora, Coyote, Charma, Dulce, Crownpoint, Laguna, Grants, Dixon, Questa, Villanueva, Moriarty, Las Vegas, Estancia, Farmington, Vaughn, Corona, Fort Sumner, Santa Rosa, Cimarron, Picuris Pueblo, and Grants. Location Information Santa Fe is the capital and fourth-largest city New Mexico. Known as the oldest city in the state, Santa Fe was once occupied by indigenous people but now serves as home to historical architecture like the Cathedral of St. Francis of Assisi. Built from Adobe, this church was founded the same time Santa Fe was discovered and was named in honor of Saint Francis of Assisi, the Patron Saint of Santa Fe. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum offers insight to Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings as well as her creative process and the light and landscapes that inspired her. Open to the public, the museum houses over 3000 works comprised of oil paintings, drawings, and hundreds of pieces dating from 1901 to 1984.

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