We are a one stop internet resource directory and review service for cannabis users. Our goal is to provide current location and contact information in the county. The directory is divided by region. Delivery only services have their own category. Presently we have COS DR in Los Angeles and San Diego. We will be adding the Riverside and San Bernardino shortly. Ultimately we will be in every county of California.
We do not sell any product. BASIC VERIFIED DIRECTORY LISTINGS ARE FREE and can be upgraded to provide additional information on a dispensary store locations, products, bargains and discounts. Please Contact Us to report omissions and outdated information as it is our goal current and accurate at all times.
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What are the reviews you publish?
COS DR publishes reviews of our own and from customer's experiences at stores throughout the county.
COS DR reviews are mostly targeted towards products.
Customer reviews from store users are solicited to assist other users county wide of their experiences good or bad. We ask reviews remain helpful not spiteful. We do not publish reviews or opinions from any person or groups that do not support the use of recreational or medicinal cannabis or products. We reserve all rights to the publish or not publish all reviews submitted without explanation or comment.
Who can enter a dispensary store?
As of January 1, 2018 anyone with proper legal identification over 21 years if age. Customers over 18 but under 21 with a current Medical Marijuana Certificate with a legal identification are also allowed to enter and make purchases.
What methods of payment are accepted?
Except in rare instances most transactions are finalized in cash only.
CBD vs THC- What is the basic difference?
CBD and THC are isomers, which means they have the same chemical formula, but the molecules are assembled differently, as described above. CBD is non-psychoactive, which simply means it won’t get you “high”. Researchers see it as having more broad therapeutic potential than THC. In many instances, it has a different or opposite effect to THC.
Can you Overdose on Marijuana?
The quick and short answer is: No, you cannot overdose on marijuana. Further information can be found through the internet. We are not going to debate or provide an in-depth analysis on this issue here. But the short and dirty is No.