From February 14-28, Berkeley Patients Group is partnering with California’s top cannabis brands to support the achievements of our community members.
We have selected four local organizations that offer direct services and support to African Americans in the Bay Area. Funds raised will help build and run programs that focus on professional development, community, mental and physical health.
During the campaign, $2 from every supporting brand partner’s products sold will be donated directly to a selected organization — $1 from BPG and $1 from the brand.
For most of us, achieving better health is a New Year’s resolution in 2019 (and, let’s be honest, has been almost every year).
Wellness is a journey that requires balancing the physical, emotional, and spiritual facets of your life. It can be challenging, but we believe in you, and we’re here to help!
Making small changes to your daily regimen allows you to work towards your goals, one step at a time, without feeling overwhelmed.
Each week, introduce one new adjustment and focus on accomplishing it every day. If it’s a task, assign a time when you will complete it. Ultimately, you will transform each task into a habit.
If you miss a day or make a mistake, don’t worry. Change takes time, and wellness is not rigid, it’s fluid. Thank yourself for making the commitment to your health and make a promise that you will do better tomorrow.
Meditating in the morning, joining a group fitness class, adding more vegetables to your diet, or drinking eight cups of water per day are a just few adjustments you can make towards a more balanced lifestyle.
Get ready for a new BPG experience!
From January 28 to February 8, our building at 2366 San Pablo Ave in Berkeley, CA will undergo renovations that will impact our normal operations.
We will remain open during this time.
Here is an overview of our timeline to help you plan your visit accordingly:
January 28-31 – Pick Up Desk Renovations
Pick up orders will move to main room. Medical Patients and Recreational Adults will form one single line for full service. Limited parking available.
February 1-3 – No Renovations
Normal operations. Super Bowl specials!
February 4-8 – Main Room Renovations
Parking and full service counters limited. Pick up order specials!
To place an order for pick up, please visit myBPG.com/shop.
Don’t forget to sign up for BPG Updates to get $10 store credit on your birthday (valid for an entire year) and receive updates when your favorite products are on sale. You’ll also be the first to know about our Super Bowl and Pick Up Order specials during renovations.
We apologize for any inconvenience. We are thrilled to deliver this brand new experience to our BPG Family Members in honor of our 20th anniversary.
Your Buds at BPG
It’s the first holiday season since legalization in California, and changing times have made consumption more accessible, more stylish, and even more enjoyable.
Not only is cannabis a safer alternative to alcohol, it naturally enhances laughter, mood and sleep. Giving the gift of green shows someone that you care about their health and well-being.
Our 2018 Holiday Gift Guide highlights some of our most popular products and seasonal staff favorites, so you can find the perfect present for everyone from your grandma to your girlfriend. Plus, we’ve included BPG’s holiday sales to ensure that gifting dank won’t break your bank.
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Michigan voters approved a measure to fully legalize marijuana on Tuesday, making it the first state in the Midwest to allow retail cannabis sales for adults 21 and older.
With 50 percent of precincts reporting, the initiative, Proposal 1, has passed, ABC News has projected.
“This is yet another historic election for the movement to end marijuana prohibition,” Marijuana Policy Project executive director Steve Hawkins said in a statement to Marijuana Moment. “Voters have once again sent a message loud and clear that it is time to legalize and regulate marijuana.”
“The victory in Michigan highlights just how widespread support is for marijuana policy reform.”
Under the new law, adults will be allowed to possess, buy and consume marijuana, and each individual can cultivate up to 12 plants for personal use. Adults may possess up to 10 ounces of cannabis at their residence.
Retail purchases will be subject to a 10 percent excise tax. That tax revenue will then be distributed to local governments, K-12 education and infrastructure projects.
Last month, the non-partisan Michigan Senate Fiscal Agency projected that the state would collect about $730 million in tax revenue in the five years after the legal system is implemented.
Proposal 1 also legalizes the cultivation and sale of industrial hemp in Michigan.
The main political action committee backing the measure was the Coalition To Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, which received significant financial support from national groups including Marijuana Policy Project, Drug Policy Alliance and New Approach.
Anti-legalization group Smart Approaches to Marijuana dumped more than $1 million into the opposition committee, Healthy and Productive Michigan, through its political action committee. Other opponents to the measure included the Detroit NAACP chapter and the Michigan Sheriffs Association.
Even in the final days before the election, big dollars flowed into committees on both sides. But ultimately, voters chose to usher in a new era of legalization in the Great Lake State.