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NEW EASY PRODUCT ORDERING!

We have upgraded our online Product Reservation process!

NEW FEATURES:

  • Easy and user friendly.
  • Create a user account so you can always view your past ordersand easily reserve the same products.
  • Sort and search for products by grower, by form, THC/CBD and by price.
  • Product Menu automatically updated in real time- so the products you see on our menu are the products currently in stock.
  • Awesome product images and descriptions that includes theterpenes profile for the products you are ordering.
  • Place your products in your shopping cart and check out.
  • Text notifications to let you know your order has been receivedand when it's ready to pick up.
  • Choose a pick up time to streamline the process (Reservationswill be held for 24 hours).
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ORGANIC REMEDIES RECEIVES OPERATIONAL APPROVAL FOR CLINICAL REGISTRANT LICENSE

To our valued patients and caregivers,

We are pleased to announce that we have converted our Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Dispensary license to a Clinical Registrant license. While this designation does not change our patient services or products, it allows us to partner with Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) in conducting long-term research in the study of therapeutic applications of medical marijuana.

Initially, this research will focus on chronic pain and opioid management, the drug’s impact on behavioral health and quality of life, and trends in usage. We believe this is an important step toward defining the medicinal value of this plant-based therapy to enrich the lives of Pennsylvanians and humanity as a whole.

As a state-approved clinical registrant, Organic Remedies is now licensed to grow and process medical marijuana and open three additional medical marijuana dispensaries. Our current medical marijuana dispensaries in Enola, Chambersburg and York have now been converted to clinical registrant dispensaries.

We are looking forward to expanding our footprint in Pennsylvania to serve more patients through our personal, high-touch, clinical approach and developing our own line of medical marijuana products. We anticipate launching our own Organic Remedies product line later this year.

As a clinical registrant, there may be an opportunity for our current patients to participate in our upcoming clinical research if they meet specific criteria established for the clinical trials. We will keep you informed of the next step in the patient selection process as more information becomes available.

We thank you for your support as we continue to work together to more fully understand medical marijuana’s therapeutic applications and improve patients’ lives.

Sincerely, Organic Remedies Leadership Team

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Curbside Delivery Service

Protecting Patients, Caregivers and Employees is Top Priority While Also Providing Necessary Medical Marijuana Medications to Patients with Serious Illnesses

Organic Remedies medical marijuana dispensaries has started curbside delivery service at its three dispensary locations following approval by the Pennsylvania Department of Health to ease requirements for dispensing medical marijuana. Curbside delivery started at the company’s Enola location on Sat., Mar. 21 and was initiated at its York and Chambersburg dispensaries on Sun., Mar. 22.

Curbside Delivery

“As an essential healthcare provider, our highest priority is to protect the health and well-being of our patients, caregivers and employees. Our curbside delivery service will allow us to provide the crucial medications our patients need, while also increasing the level of social distancing as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control for both our patients and employees,” said Organic Remedies President Eric Hauser.

Organic Remedies will be offering curbside delivery service until the CDC deems the risk of spreading disease is minimal. The dispensaries will continue to offer patient consultations with experienced pharmacists in the store locations for new patients. Follow-up pharmacist consultations will be scheduled by phone.

“We are grateful that the DOH has allowed a temporary suspension of the state requirements that mandate dispensing of medical marijuana only inside medical marijuana dispensaries. By converting to curbside delivery service instead of in-store sales, we greatly reduce exposure to potential disease spread,” said Hauser.

Hauser added that patients or caregivers should reserve products on the company’s website in advance of visiting the store. Reservations are now permitted for all categories of products, including dry leaf. Patients and caregivers can reserve a maximum of three items per product. Dry leaf orders are limited to a maximum of 30 grams, which includes a maximum of 14 grams per strain. For patients or caregivers who have no internet access, Organic Remedies will accept orders by phone.

Patient care consultants will meet patients and caregivers curbside to gather the required items, including the patient’s state-approved medical marijuana card, a government-issued photo ID and the cash payment. After the patient or caregivers’ credentials are validated, the patient care consultants will process the transaction and return with the product to the patient or caregivers’ vehicle. Security at the dispensaries has been increased to maintain traffic control in the parking lots.

Organic Remedies continues to diligently clean and sanitize its facilities according to CDC guidelines. The list of increased measures to sanitize and protect patients, caregivers and employees is posted on the company’s website and includes:

  • Thoroughly disinfecting all areas of the dispensaries, utilizing a natural, non-toxic formula shown to be 99% effective in virus eradication, through a fogging procedure.
  • Maintaining a sanitary environment, wiping counters, doors and surfaces in direct contact with individuals every hour during business hours with disinfectant spray.
  • Continuing to provide hand sanitizer gel for both employees and patients and requiring employees to use the hand sanitizer gel frequently while working.
  • Asking that employees, patients and caregivers forego the usual and customary handshake as a greeting to prevent the spread of germs.
  • Requiring employees to frequently wash hands for a period of more than 20 seconds with soap and water.
  • Requiring an employee who may be ill to remain at home and not report for work in the dispensary until a reasonable time period after the illness as defined by the CDC.
  • Asking that patients and caregivers who may be ill to remain at home until a reasonable time period after the illness and assign a caregiver if they require medication during that time.

CONTACT:
Janice Spurlock
Communications/Marketing
717-819-3895
J.Spurlock@OrganicRemediesPA.com

Eric Hauser, RPh.
President, Organic Remedies
724-244-2655
E.Hauser@OrganicRemediesPA.com

Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 13, 2020

A Message from Organic Remedies

To our valued patients and caregivers,

As more information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) emerges, we understand that our patients have questions and concerns about precautions to prevent this disease. At Organic Remedies, we are strongly committed to our patients’ health and well being, and our top priority has always been to provide a safe and sanitary environment. However, considering recent events, we are increasing our sanitation efforts to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses in the following ways:

  • Each of our dispensary location have been thoroughly disinfected, utilizing a natural, non-toxic formula shown to be 99% effective in virus eradication, through a fogging procedure.
  • To maintain this sanitary environment, we wipe counters, doors, and surfaces in direct contact with patients and caregivers every hour during business hours with disinfectant spray.
  • We will continue to provide hand sanitizer gel for both employees and patients, and we will require employees to use the hand sanitizer gel frequently during the course of the day.
  • We have asked that employees, patients and caregivers forego the usual and customary handshake as a greeting to prevent the spread of germs.
  • We require employees to frequently wash their hands for a period of more than 20 seconds with soap and water.
  • We will require any employee who may be ill to remain at home and not report for work in the dispensary until a reasonable time period after the illness as defined by the CDC
  • We ask that patients and caregivers who may be ill to please remain at home until a reasonable time period after the illness and assign a caregiver if they require medication during that time.

In addition, we offer you the following recommendations from CDC:

  • Frequently and thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash, or use your inner elbow or sleeve.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Stay home if you’re sick and keep your children home if they are sick.
  • Clean surfaces in your home and personal items, such as cell phones, using regular household products.
  • Consider an “elbow bump” instead of a hug or handshake.

We understand that medical marijuana is essential for our patients’ health and wellbeing. As a healthcare provider, we will remain open during our regular business hours. We will continue to update patients as we receive additional information. More information on COVID-19 can be found on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website at https://www.cdc.gov/.

Sincerely,

Eric Hauser, RPH, CEO, Organic Remedies

ORGANIC REMEDIES GETS STATE APPROVAL AS A CLINICAL REGISTRANT

February 24, 2020

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE AND ORGANIC REMEDIES PARTNER TO RESEARCH THERAPEUTIC BENEFITS OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA

The partners will be part of the states first-in-the-nation research program for medical marijuana.

 

CARLISLE, Pa. (Feb. 24, 2020) - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) and Organic Remedies are pleased to announce a strategic partnership dedicated to health outcomes-based research involving cannabinoids and medical marijuana. PCOM and Organic Remedies have signed a long-term research agreement to study therapeutic applications of medical marijuana. Initially, their research will focus on chronic pain and opioid management, the drug’s impact on behavioral health and quality of life, and trends in usage.

“Pennsylvania remains at the forefront of clinical research on medical marijuana. We, at PCOM, in partnership with a best-in-class clinical registrant partner, Organic Remedies, will collaborate with other academic clinical research centers to increase the pace of discovery,” said Jay S. Feldstein, DO, president and chief executive officer, PCOM. “Only through research will we more fully understand medical marijuana’s therapeutic applications and improve patients’ lives.”

PCOM has been approved as a certified Academic Clinical Research Center under Pennsylvania's Medical Marijuana law since September 2018.

As a state-approved clinical registrant, Organic Remedies will be licensed to grow and process medical marijuana and open three additional medical marijuana dispensaries. The organization currently operates three medical marijuana dispensaries in Enola, Chambersburg and York, Pa.

“Organic Remedies is honored to have the opportunity to work with such an esteemed institution as PCOM,” said Organic Remedies CEO Mark Toigo. “This is an important step toward defining the medicinal value of this plant-based therapy to enrich the lives of Pennsylvanians and humanity as a whole. We look forward to expanding our footprint in Pennsylvania to serve more patients by leveraging our patient-centric, personal, high-touch, clinical approach to patient care.”

The goal of the partnership between Organic Remedies with expertise in growing, processing and dispensing the highest quality medicinal marijuana, and PCOM known for its standard of excellence in patient care, education and research, is to identify which patients will benefit from the drug.

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About Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Founded in 1899, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine has trained thousands of highly competent, caring physicians, health practitioners and behavioral scientists who practice a “whole person” approach to care—treating people, not just symptoms. PCOM offers doctoral degrees in clinical psychology, osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy and school psychology, and graduate degrees in biomedical sciences, forensic medicine, mental health counseling, organizational development and leadership, physician assistant studies, school psychology, and public health management and administration. Our students learn the importance of health promotion, research, education and service to the community. Through its community-based Healthcare Centers, PCOM provides care to medically underserved populations in inner city and rural locations. For more information, visit www.pcom.edu

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About Organic Remedies

Organic Remedies provides safe, effective medical marijuana therapies to patients in South Central Pennsylvania. With three dispensaries, located in Enola, Chambersburg and York, Pa., Organic Remedies delivers a clinical approach for the utilization of medical marijuana that is patient focused, collaborative and outcomes based. An expert team of healthcare professionals is dedicated to helping patients with longstanding serious medical conditions who have failed to find adequate relief through other therapies.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

Janice Spurlock
Communications/Marketing
717-819-3895
J.Spurlock@OrganicRemediesPA.com

ORGANIC REMEDIES EXPANDS INTO YORK, PA

October 16, 2019

New Dispensary Provides Safe, Effective Therapies for Patients Who Have Serious Medical Conditions and Who Have Failed to Find Adequate Relief

 CARLISLE, Pa. (Oct. 16, 2019)- Organic Remedies, a medical marijuana company based in South Central Pennsylvania, celebrated the opening of its third dispensary at 1098 Haines Road, York, on Wed., Oct. 16 at 10:00 a.m. Organic Remedies CEO Eric Hauser, along with local dignitaries and medical marijuana advocates, cut the ceremonial ribbon during the grand opening event, one of several special activities planned the week before the dispensary opens for business to patients.

“Today in York, we proudly mark a milestone for Organic Remedies as we ready to open our third location in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. We couldn’t be more excited to be a part of this thriving community,” said Eric Hauser, CEO of Organic Remedies. “We’re also looking forward to sharing our clinical expertise in medical marijuana therapies to help patients who are suffering with longstanding medical conditions and who have not been able to find relief through other therapies.”

The week-long celebration of the dispensary opening includes:

  • Oct. 15, Organic Remedies hosted an open house for York County law enforcement and emergency officials, who toured the facility and learned more about the new business.
  • Oct. 17, the company is planning a “Meet the Growers” community event, where the general public can learn first-hand about the medical marijuana industry from many of the state’s marijuana growers and processors.
  • Oct. 18, an educational event is planned for York County healthcare providers.
  • Oct. 19, the company is planning an Open House event for the general public, featuring tours of the new dispensary and a chance to meet the company’s expert pharmacists and staff.

The Haines Road dispensary is one of three Organic Remedies dispensaries, with other locations at 4425 Valley Rd., Enola and 900 Wayne Ave., Chambersburg.

The York dispensary is expected to open for business and admit its first patients on Thur., Oct. 24. New patients can visit to schedule their first pharmacist consultation which is recommended for all new patients. Patients must already have a valid Medical Marijuana card from the Pennsylvania Department of Health prior to entering the dispensary or receiving an initial consultation.

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Medical marijuana brings southcentral Pa. man more relief than any pill or treatment

ONE YEAR SINCE MEDICAL MARIJUANA SALES STARTED IN PENNSYLVANIA, PATIENTS AND ADVOCATES SAY IT HAS CHANGED LIVES AND OPENED EYES.

By Ashley Books, Chambersburg Public Opinion
Published 6:00 a.m. ET Feb. 21, 2019

Peter DeVitis spent years relying on Big Pharma and acupuncture before finding a remedy that eased his chronic pain.

After struggling for more than a decade with what he claimed was an undiagnosed case of diabetes that later caused nerve damage, the Chambersburg acupuncturist first turned to his own profession for help.

But, it didn't make any difference.

"I treat other people and they get good results, but working on me it was just getting progressively worse," he continued.

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