They have a very small menu but what they have is worth stopping in for. They have a really good edibles selection, lemon bars are the best. The staff was professional and helped me select the right pain relief for me.
The WCC (West Coast Collectives) Patient Collective in Garden Grove is definitely one of the best MMJ Clubs I've visited in the area. The clubs in Garden Grove all have a pattern that I've noticed. Each of them have some of the lower end prices I've seen around. The quality of buds out here is always unquestionable as well. The parking here was simple and easy. Plenty of spaces and the building was easy to located. The waiting room had a large tv, comfy couches, plenty of magazines, and the girl at the window processed my paperwork rather quickly. I had to wait in the lobby for over 15 minutes because the club had some heavy traffic but everyone seemed like regulars there so the process moved quickly once I got in the bud room. The majority of the strains here are considered top shelf and the Master Kush I got was definitely top shelf. Listed as a hybrid here, but other places I have seen it listed as an indica. To each his own, the purchase was satisfactory. The WCC didn't have as extensive of a a menu as other medical marijuana clubs that I have visited in Garden Grove, but the quality is though the roof. Overall, great club. Great staff. Great place to become a regular.
WCC Patient Collective offers a very good quality product which matches in price so whether you’re reluctant enough to pay a lot for your medication depends on what you’ll take away. They offer great deals in the clinic for vets, military soldiers and other areas. WCC Patient Collective provides discounts for them up to 15% which is a fresh offer as other clinics in the area don’t offer discounts for such customers. The only downside of the clinic is that it’s very small and is hidden in the corner of a parking lot which makes it hard to locate, but once located it is a very clean clinic and well organized with clear labeling around the clinic making it easy for customers to locate their medication.
WCC Patient Collective was easy
to find with ok parking. The suite was
very clean but it was also extremely small.
They had nice and professional
There prices were high but there
product was good im just never
too fond of the high pricing. Besides
that my favorite from here would
have to be the Ron Burgundy it had
me lit for at least 4 hours.
I purchased one of this dispensaries $130 ounce which was labelled as Pre-98 Bubbah Kush. Boy is that some bomb bud and with one of the best prices I've seen all around the LA and Orange County area. The quality is pretty good but for the price it is literally unbeatable. And on top of that they offer a multitude of 20$ 1/8ths of good weed and 30/35$ 1/8ths of BOMB weed like Blue Dream and true Trainwreck at 30. The prices weren't the only appeal of this store, the budtenders were very friendly and happily showed me all of the buds they had along with giving me some information about them when asked. They were two guys who said they had just came down from the bay area and were in the business of being a huge price competitor in the area. They definitely succeeded in that area. Overall they seem like a perfect 10 in my book, VERY competitive prices, Top notch bud, great staff. I'm convinced.
The WCC Patient Collective is has professional taste, look and feel. It's a discrete service providing medicinal care and resources to patients from all backgrounds. The collective has its ups and downs. Prices are greatly affordable but the quality is low and run of the mill. Indica strains are limited to five and include: Hogs Breath, Hawaiin-Blue Bubba Kush, Church Og, Oak Town Purps and Sensi Bar. The Sativa selection is even smaller. Only Blue Dream or White Haze. However, each strain is only $15 or $10 respectively. Eighths are $40 and $30. The Hybrid selection is the most loaded with classic favorites like Headband, Platinum, Tahoe, God's Gift, Blue Diesel, Banan Og and the likes of those types. They are competitive in the pre roll sec where customers can pic them up for as low as $5.
Also forgiving, is their edible section which is happy news for non-smokers and thouse in need of heavy dosed meds. Some of the food includes, lemon bars, cinnamon snow crunch, banana nut muffin, lemon muffins , assorted cookies and muffins. The drink section is small but cheaper than most for only %7 a pop. There's also a reasonable clone sectin with : G-13, Hindu Kush and a few more.
Another positive part about this club is that they have a %15 discount off of anything in the clinic for vets, military seniors, etc. Also, there is an early bird and happy hour special daily from 8am-10am. Bonus includes $10 off top shelf eighth and coffee and donuts.
A final favorite thing about Garden Grove clinics in general is that they are good on the parking, the staff is cool and layed back in comparison to most of L.A. and their budtenders. The place is so clean and seems to be funded well also, the dispensary doesn't reek of desperation to pay the bills.
WCC has been in new management in Garden Grove for about 2 weeks now and they are already one of my favorite collectives in the area. There are no dispensaries in Santa Ana, Garden Grove, or Anaheim that beat WCC’s prices. They have a variety of 20-dollar eighths (mainly hybrids and indica), all of which are extremely good for the incredible price. They gave me a quarter of some 818 OG for just 35 dollars, so I’m sure that they would sell ounces for as 130 dollars! The OG that I got was very tasty and smooth, and probably would have been twice the price in another dispensary.
If you are looking for something more potent for a higher price, the Platinum OG and Headband are extremely strong, and the Blue Dream for 40 dollars looked extremely good.
The atmosphere of this place is excellent. It is a very nice environment with a fountain and a comfortable waiting room. The staff were very friendly guys from the Bay Area, and they seemed to give my friend and I almost an extra gram each when they found out we were from the Bay (or maybe they just hook up all their patients). WCC is hidden in the corner of a parking lot, which makes it hard to locate, although parking is very easy. Overall, WCC is one of the most well-priced and friendly collectives in the area.
I went to this clinic over the weekend and I must say it had the most relaxed environment out of any club I have been to. Upon arrival, there was no security guard, just a guy working behind some glass in a large waiting room with a couch and tv/magazines to occupy patients while having their recommendations checked. After chatting with the bud tenders and browsing a wide selection of strains I decided to pick up some Mr. Nice Guy for $20 an eighth and they had at least 8 (if not more) selections at that price. The topshelf was also from norcal and was of top quality. I recieved a free pre-roll for being a new patient as well. The bud tenders encouraged handling the nugs individually and even splitting them open to inspect them, which is cool because no other dispensaries have allowed me to do that.
Garden Grove is a little far of a drive for me but I will definitely go again.