Sense of Healing is in what appears to be a former convenience store, judging by the Kwik-E-Mart appearance of the place. The shop has the parking lot to itself, and there's typically no problem finding a space. Inside, the building is sectioned off, with an up-front foyer locked off from the patient waiting room and bud bar in the rear of the shop. The pimptastic white leather sofas and American Furniture Warehouse-style generic coffee table in the lounge occupy half of the shop. Otherwise, the place is remarkably clean, if not a little generic -- as though some salesman had set up a display of what your basic dispensary looks like. The bud room is more of the same, with clean wood-and-glass display counters, two high-end computer systems for patient sales, and jars full of herb on display. The bud bar is split into two sides of an L shape, with special-reserve buds, hash and cheap glass pipes and oils in the center, indica flowers in jars on the left wing, and sativas on the right. Each bud is situated in the case underneath a detailed label that breaks down each strain's reported medical properties as well as the lineages. It's a simple, easy approach that should be standard in shops but for some reason is not. The shop also has clones on sale that are kept in a display case.
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