Logo for Green Leaf Medical (gLeaf)
Is this your profile?

Claim it and begin making changes yourself.

Claim It

About this Organization

Green Leaf Medical (gLeaf) is a state-licensed cannabis producer and processor in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Our products will be available at dispensaries throughout MD and PA. A complete list of locations that carry our products will be available on our website. If you own a dispensary please contact our team today!

In our 45,000 square foot, state of the art facility in Frederick, Maryland we cultivate 21 strains of high quality medical cannabis in a wide variety of cannabinoid profiles. Our products are laboratory tested and held to the highest standards. Look for our products at your local dispensary and experience the gLeaf difference today!

Similar Companies

Logo for Hanging Gardens MMJ
Hanging Gardens MMJ
Hanging Gardens is a Pennsylvania state-licensed cannabis producer and processor. Hanging Gardens is grateful to be selected as one of the winning submissions for a medical marijuana grower/processor license in Pennsylvania. We are particularly thankful to the Pennsylvania Department of Health. They’ve managed a selection process which keeps the interests of the patients and community at the core of licensing. We would also like to thank the City of Johnstown who have partnered with us to serve patients while bringing economic opportunity to its residents and those of the surrounding community. Hanging Gardens looks forward to being a key partner …
Logo for RYTHM Cannabis
RYTHM Cannabis
RYTHM is a national cannabis brand owned by Green Thumb Industries (GTI) that delivers purity and potency through a streamlined product suite and an intuitive effect scale.
Logo for AGRiMED Industries
AGRiMED Industries
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Published July 30, 2019: “Pennsylvania regulators revoked the permit of one of the state’s medical cannabis cultivators for allegedly violating production and security regulations. The action against Agrimed Industries comes roughly a month after a surprise state inspection found numerous violations that raised concerns that some plants may have been diverted to the illicit market, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. Agrimed, which has 30 days to appeal the state’s decision, reportedly entered into a management service agreement recently with Arizona-based Harvest.” Source: Marijuana Business Daily …

DISCLAIMER: The professionals and companies described are not associated or affiliated with Medical Jane, and they may not endorse Medical Jane or the information provided. The names of other companies, products and services are the property of their respective owners.

  • Want more exposure?

    Feature your company or event in the directory and get noticed.

    Learn more