AGRiMED therapeutic pharmaceutical-grade medical cannabis products are designed to benefit a wide variety of patient ailments and ages. Our leading edge cultivation and processing techniques allow AGRiMED to produce superior medical marijuana products with the most efficacious formulations and consistent quality to meet a wide array of our patient's needs.
How We Work
AGRiMED Industries is a data-driven, highly specialized medical cannabis cultivation company that provides the highest quality medical cannabis products.
Leadership with Industry Associations
AGRiMED leverages our involvement with industry associations will also help to strengthen our brand and increase our exposure.
State of the Art Greenhouse Cultivation
75% more efficient than current industry models, we produce superior quality products and yields with a focus on exceptional patient care.
Patient Centric Medical and Health Services
AGRiMED’s science, technology, brand and regulatory expertise are patient focused.
Patients with any of the approved medical conditions are eligible for medical marijuana and should speak with their physician.
Did you know that Veteran’s Affairs can allow for full FREE coverage of your MMS membership and of your medication once you are approved?
Consult with AGRiMED’s team of compassionate medical professionals to discuss if medical cannabis may be the right choice for you
AGRiMED partners with top research universities and colleges to allow you to make an educated decision about the use of medical marijuana as a treatment for your illness.
Giving back to the community by assisting vulnerable populations, providing community services, and through philanthropic giving. Medical and adult-use cannabis dispensaries will collect donations for the homeless, canned foods, hygienic products, and other items that may help disadvantaged populations, in addition to providing new employment opportunities.
Our in-house experts in cannabis cultivation and a background in commercial construction and development help AGRiMED achieve a competative advantage for producing cannabis. AGRiMED reaches the big gram-per-watt numbers effectively. We have perfected soil chemistry, pest management, plant health metrics, and proper harvesting techniques.
Medical Cannabis for Veterans as a safe alternative to the deadly opiates dispensed by the pharmaceutical industry.
AGRiMEDs Medical Marijuana Dispensary offers a huge menu of high quality, medical marijuana indica, sativa, and hybrid strains for all budgets. Friendly, prompt, professional, discreet, compassionate, courteous and affordable. We are dedicated to serving the medical marijuana needs of our members.
AGRiMED is experienced with proper processing from a background in the food production industry. The difference between most agricultural processing and cannabis processing is that the cannabis plant's trichomes require a scientific process.
What Our Partners Say
AGRiMED offers the most comprehensive patient focused services in the industry.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) recognizes that patients should have safe access to therapeutic Marijuana/cannabis. Cannabis or Marijuana has been used medicinally for centuries. It has been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of symptoms and conditions.”
I am more convinced than ever that it is irresponsible to not provide the best care we can, care that often may involve marijuana.”
Marijuana doesn’t have a high potential for abuse, and there are very legitimate medical applications. In fact, sometimes marijuana is the only thing that works…”
Not only can it be of benefit, but sometimes it can be the only thing that is of benefit as we saw with the very refractory epilepsy and, maybe, even some of these cases of neuropathic pain. That’s really really powerful to me.”
Indeed, marijuana is less toxic than many of the drugs that physicians prescribe every day.”
We have the highest number of people in the world being criminalized, many for non-violent crimes related to marijuana. We can use our resources so much better.”
The evidence is overwhelming that marijuana can relieve certain types of pain, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms caused by such illnesses as multiple sclerosis, cancer and AIDS…”
Eric Ignatius Mitchell, MD, MA, FACPE, CPE, is a practicing orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine doctor specializing in pain management from a telecommunication platform globally. Dr. Mitchell has been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines, including Ebony magazine, Physician Executive magazine, and the Philadelphia Daily News, and is a published coauthor in major medical journals.
Sterling Crockett is a visionary leader offering over 30 years of innovative, imperative business practices that create value and masterfully inspire teams to high performance in meeting complex challenges.
Accomplished health care provider and educator with more than 25 years’ experience in health care delivery systems and policy development. Experienced in successful creation, implementation and operation of Medicare-Medicaid certified home health care organization.
Law enforcement veteran and current executive director for a prominent drug policy reform organization. Major Franklin restructured the Maryland State Police training academy, instituted and oversaw the department’s very first Domestic Violence Investigative Unit and was responsible for 17 multi-jurisdictional narcotics taskforces.
Retired executive with track record in successfully leading organizations through constant regulatory and market changes.
Dr. Anderson is a founding member of the Duquesne University Center for Pharmaceutical Technology (DCPT). His current focus is on building and leading a research group to explore new and existing analytical technologies and demonstrate their relevance to process analytical technology (PAT) applications. In addition to exploring PAT tools, his group uses these tools to enhance the understanding of the chemistry and physics of pharmaceutical technology.
Veteran of the Pennsylvania State Police, Lt. Col. Conley brings a wide range of experience and knowledge AGRiMED. Hawthorne supervised the multi-phase, multi-million dollar renovation of the State Police Academy in Hershey, PA. His experience commanding, directing and coordinating of the Bureau of Personnel, Bureau of Training and Education, Bureau of Professional Responsibility, Department Discipline Office, Equal Employment Opportunity Office, and Member Assistance Office brings a unique skillset to AGRiMED.
Have some Questions?
Not yet. AGRiMED has options available for affordable medicine for patients that meet qualifying criteria.
You should have longstanding a relationship with a physician. Speak with your treating physician about whether the medical use of marijuana is appropriate for your condition and if you have a qualifying condition in the state in which you reside. If your physician determines this is the appropriate treatment for you and he or she registered with the state, he or she may issue you a certification for medical marijuana or certification that you have a qualifying condition.
You are potentially eligible for medical marijuana if you have been diagnosed with a specific severe, debilitating or life threatening condition that is accompanied by an associated or complicating condition. By law, those conditions are: cancer, HIV infection or AIDS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury with spasticity, epilepsy, inflammatory bowel disease, neuropathy, and Huntington’s disease. The associated or complicating conditions are cachexia or wasting syndrome, severe or chronic pain, severe nausea, seizures, or severe or persistent muscle spasms.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 911 or go to an emergency room immediately. If you believe you are experiencing an adverse event from the approved medical marijuana product, contact your physician.
Not in all forms. Flower for smoking is not permitted for distribution to patients.
No, only in Dispensaries that are licensed by the Department of Health of Pennsylvania.
No they do not. They receive a recommendation which they take to a licensed Dispensary.
No it does not. You must be a patient with a recommendation for medical cannabis from a licensed Pennsylvania physician.
Ask for a referral, or go to the DOH registry of participating physicians.
Pennsylvania requires strict controlled packaging and labeling mandatory by law.
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