Welcome to FlureshGrand Rapids premier cannabis provisioning center.

Our brand-new flagship location offers a carefully selected collection of flower, edibles, extracts, topicals, tinctures and accessories sourced from our trusted partners. The space is uniquely designed to create a welcoming and refined environment where you can explore the nuance and potential cannabis has to offer no matter where you are on your personal wellness journey.

Currently serving medical patients only.

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Please place your order online or by calling (616) 208-9934 x2 at least 30 minutes before close.

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Grand Rapids Provisioning Center

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Phone: (616) 208-9934
Email: RetailGR@fluresh.com

Monday-Sunday 9am-9pm

Delivery 12pm-6pm daily

Last order taken 30 minutes before close

  • ATM available
  • Ample parking onsite
  • Handicap accessible
  • Service animals welcome
  • Accepts out of state medical cards
  • Bike rack coming soon (Spring 2020)

Conveniently located 2 miles south of downtown Grand Rapids between the SECA and Roosevelt Park neighborhoods just a five-minute drive from Founders Brewing Co.

What To Bring
  • State ID
  • Medical Card (in or out of state)
  • Cash (ATM on site)
  • Questions, curiosity and an open mind
Your Visit
  • Arrive at the Fluresh provisioning center and check in with receptionist.
  • Relax and enjoy educational materials in the reception area.
  • Meet one-on-one with a passionate Fluresh Cannabis Advisor to discuss your personal goals and find the products that are best for your individual needs (please ask to meet in a private consultation room if you prefer).
  • Take your time browsing the store, smelling flower and discover new potential for cannabis in your life.
  • Don’t forget to sign up for the Fluresh loyalty program while checking out for valuable discounts and offers!
    • 10% off for veterans, senior citizens and students with valid ID
      (*Discount cannot be combined with any other offers)
    • First time patient deals
    • Daily specials
    • Loyalty points and birthday discount

    Curious about Cannabis?

    How do I get a Michigan medical card?

    Registering for a medical marijuana card can feel complicated so we’ve broken it down into five simple steps:

    • Get your medical records from your primary care doctor to show that you have a qualifying diagnosis recognized by the state.
    • Make an appointment with a clinic. You can use this database to find a reputable clinic in your area.
    • Go to the appointment. You can expect a standard exam and discussion of whether medical marijuana is right for your needs. It will feel like a typical doctor appointment and is a great time to ask questions. Most clinics require a $200 certification fee.
    • If you’re determined to be a candidate, fill out an application online or in paper using this guide. The initial application costs $60 and renewing a card costs $150 every three years. You may get your registration as quickly as that day. If you don’t hear back after a period of time, call the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA), which regulates cannabis-related matters in the state at 517-284-6400.
    • Bring your medical card to the Fluresh provisioning center in Grand Rapids or one of the many other licensed provisioning centers in state to get the products you need.
    What are cannabinoids?
    • Every human body has a series of receptors called the endocannabinoid system. This system helps keep us balanced by moderating essential functions like sleep, appetite, movement and emotion. Cannabinoids, the unique chemical compounds found in cannabis, bind to these receptors and stimulate the system, creating a range of psychological and therapeutic effects:
      • THC, the most well-known cannabinoid, creates a euphoric high.
      • CBD is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid, which has recently exploded in popularity
    • It’s not just THC and CBD though, cannabis produces numerous potentially therapeutic cannabinoids that we’re getting to know more about each day. Here are a few of the most popular:
      • THCA is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid that may have anti-inflammatory properties and help with chronic pain from conditions such as Lupus and arthritis
      • CBN, another non-intoxicating cannabinoid, has strong sedative effects and may be used to treat sleep issues.
      • CBG may relieve pain and inflammation without intoxicating effects.
      • THCP, one of the most recently discovered cannabinoids, is believed to be a more potent from of THC.
    What are terpenes?
    • Terpenes are aromatic compounds in cannabis believed to have a variety of mental and physical benefits. Here are some of the most well know terpenes:
      • Myrcene (Herbal) - Found in hops, mango, lemongrass. Promotes a calming, sedative effect.
      • Pinene (Pine) - Found in pine needles, rosemary, basil, dill. May reduce pain, inflammation and anxiety.
      • Caryophyllene (Peppery) - Found in black pepper, cloves, cinnamon. Believed to have anti-inflammatory benefits.
      • Limonene (Citrus) - Found in fruit rinds, rosemary, juniper, peppermint. Potentially helpful with anxiety and stress relief.
      • Limonene (Citrus) - Found in fruit rinds, rosemary, juniper, peppermint. Potentially helpful with anxiety and stress relief.
      • Terpinolene (Fruity) - Found in nutmeg, tea, cumin, lilacs. Can have an uplifting effect.
      • Linolool (Floral) - Found in Lavender, birch bark. Creates relaxing and calming effects.
      • Humulene (Herbal) - Found in hops, wood. Potential for anti-inflammatory effects.
      • Ocimene (sweet woody) - Found in mint, parsley, basil, orchids. Potential antifungal, antiseptic and decongestant.
    What’s the difference between THC and CBD?
    • THC, the most well-known cannabinoid, creates a euphoric high.
    • CBD is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid, which has recently exploded in popularity.
    • In addition to THC and CBD, cannabis produces several potentially therapeutic cannabinoids (Reference our "What are cannabinoids" section to the left) that we’re getting to know more about each day.
    How is cannabis consumed?
    • There are many methods of consuming cannabis:
      • Smoking -- Smoking dried flower or “bud” from the cannabis plant is the most well-known method of ingestion. It gives users the most control of the strain and can be effective within seconds of inhaling. Cannabis can be smoked in a pipe, bong, or joint (which can even be purchased pre-rolled).
      • Vaping – Vaping is a smokeless form of inhalation that uses a device to heat the plant or its oil into vapor. Vaping is a great option for people who aren’t interested in smoking or don’t like the smell of cannabis.
      • Edibles – Edibles can come in many forms, including pills, gummies, chocolates, beverages and mints. Edibles are highly discreet and their effect lasts longer than other forms of cannabis. However, because the cannabinoid is absorbed in the liver, edibles take longer to onset, which can make it more challenging to get the right dose.
      • Tinctures – Tinctures are placed under the tongue with a dropper and absorbed sublingually so the cannabinoids go directly into the bloodstream. They onset faster than edibles, but not as quickly as inhalation and are both discreet and odorless.
      • Topicals – Topicals are ideal for localized pain and inflammation because the cannabinoid is applied directly and absorbed by the skin for a more focused effect. They are not psychoactive, which makes them ideal for new users with low THC tolerance.
      What should I know before I get started?
      • Here are a few helpful tips:
        • Set your intention – When it comes to cannabis, it’s all about you. Understanding how you want to feel and what you’re hoping to achieve will help focus your exploration of cannabis’ many usages and effects.
        • Befriend a cannabis advisor - Cannabis is complex. And so are you. Our passionate Fluresh Advisors are here to partner with you in discovering how cannabis can improve your well-being.
        • Expect trial and error - Your cannabis experience depends on several factors including the dose, the delivery method, the nature of your symptoms and your individual biology. It’s best to start small, go slow and keep a journal of your personal journey.
        • Know this number -- If you ever need help, call the American Associate of Poison Control Centers helpline at 1-800-222-1222.

      Where else can I get information?

      Here are a few of our favorite online resources:
      Michigan Marihuana Regulatory Agency , Leafly, Weedmaps