Similar to the ethos of what is sure to be the cannabis jem of the valley, the event is open to the public featuring a notable line-up of BReal.TV DJ’s such a C-Minus and a slew of surprise guests to make appearances throughout the day. The dispensary marks one of the first fully compliant medical and recreational dispensaries in Sylmar, CA. (just north of Los Angeles) with another location in Cathedral City opening later this year.
Dr. Greenthumb has been a rallying cry to Cypress Hill fans and the cannabis community around globe since it’s release in 1998. As a longtime resident of the San Fernando Valley and a prominent figure at the forefront of cannabis legalization for over two decades, B Real has brought Dr. Greenthumb full circle as it opens in the place of the creation. The new storefront will feature over 40 strains of signature line “INSANE” which will bring guests nothing but the best quality for consumption with over 20+ years of cultivating experience from the sensei himself Kenji Fujishima. The shop will also feature monthly drops of limited edition “INSANE” flavors for loyal patrons along with the latest collections of Greenthumb apparel and the signature Phuncky Feel Tips collection.
Boasting a sleek, cutting-edge design, Dr. Greenthumb is a beacon to the underserved residents of the San Fernando Valley. The facility will house an all encompassing operation close to the size of a city block and acts as ground zero for B-Real TV which delivers daily news, smoking sessions, and cannabis culture. As B Real states, “We have a lot of history behind us as it relates to music and the pro-legalization movement. It’s a blessing to put down roots of our first storefront in our backyard and serving our community with a premium cannabis experience.”
Creating a synergy between the worlds of music and cannabusiness, Cypress Hill was one of the first few hip hop groups to support the cannabis movement using their platform to help build it into the billion-dollar industry it is today. With hit tracks like Hits from the Bong, I Want To Get High, & Insane in the Braintheir music became an anthem to smokers worldwide and with new album Elephants on Acid dropping September 28, 2018 fans can now go straight to the source if they are looking to light up to listen at Dr. Greenthumb.