CannaSense Total Wellness

Oakland, California
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About this Organization

CannaSense was founded by Louis Santiago, born & raised in Brooklyn, NY Louis marks his 51st year in the industry with publicly announcing his Novel business model which primarily promotes education and responsible use of cannabis preceding legalization. We offer real patients who live in non-MMJ states & those overly regulated states (e.g…NJ), safe access if they qualify under CA. guidelines.

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