Get to Know The Grove Medical Marijuana Dispensary: Ryan Jordan

Posted on September 20, 2016 , updated on November 17, 2016 by Grove Team

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Ryan Jordan with The Grove Medical Marijuana Dispensary spends his free time off-roading, skate boarding and playing the guitar.

Ryan Jordan: Budtender, The Grove Medical Marijuana Dispensary

Question: What are your responsibilities at The Grove?

Ryan Jordan: I am responsible for helping guide customers through the store and helping them choose the right medicine.

Q: What’s your favorite strain?

RJ: OG Grape Krypt. It’s an Indica heavy Hybrid. I feel it’s the perfect mix for the Indica side is great for pain and stress relief and there is enough Sativa to keep if from putting me to sleep.

Q: What is the importance of connecting with patients?

RJ: Connecting with patients is the most important part. We really build a personal relationships with our customers.

Q: What do you enjoy most about being a Budtender?

RJ: The most enjoyable part of being a budtender is hearing the success stories. I love hearing about patients being able to accomplish daily task without pain or assistance.

“It’s so rewarding to hear the success stories of how cannabis changes lives.”  Ryan Jordan, The Grove Medical Marijuana Dispensary Las Vegas

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