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Quality, Compassionate Care

Our clinic was established to provide quality treatment with compassion and convenience.  Our mission is to provide an alternative, natural way of healing without using industrialized pharmaceuticals. 

Cannabis and Healing

We offer a broad array of cannabis services geared to address illnesses and injuries. Our team will guide you through  your options to make sure that you are comfortable with your treatment plan.

Our Promise to You

In order to provide our patients with the highest level of care, our goal is to create a treatment plan that will best suit your needs. 

The Medical Marvel


Medical Cannabinoids

The term medical marijuana refers to using the whole, unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat symptoms of illness and other conditions. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not recognized or approved the marijuana plant as medicine.

However, scientific study of the chemicals in marijuana, called cannabinoids, has led to two FDA-approved medications that contain cannabinoid chemicals in pill form. Continued research may lead to more medications.

Because the marijuana plant contains chemicals that may help treat a range of illnesses and symptoms, many people argue that it should be legal for medical purposes. In fact, a growing number of states have legalized marijuana for medical use. Oklahoma being one of them.

The Plant


Flower refers to the leafy forms of cannabis. You may have heard it referred to as
buds or nugs before. Once harvested, the flower can be smoked, turned into a concentrate, or used in edibles. We only harvest our flower at the proper time to make sure you get the best medical cannabis available. It comes in indica, sativa, and hybrids.


Indica is short, bushy, and does very well in indoor gardens. It originates farther from the equator and has sedating, relaxing, full body effects great for treating anxiety, pain, insomnia, and muscle spasms.


Sativa is tall, thin, and does well in both indoor and outdoor gardens. It originates closer to the equator and effects are known to leave users feeling uplifted, creative, and focused. It is commonly used to treat depression, a.d.d., mood disorders, and fatigue.

Common Effects

We tend to think of indica strains as being more sedating and relaxing, with full-body effects that “lock” you to the couch (meaning you’re content to sit back, unwind, and enjoy a Netflix marathon of your favorite show). On the other hand, we anticipate with sativas racier cerebral effects that leave us feeling energized and uplifted. Because of this typical contrast, consumers tend to prefer indicas for nighttime use while sativas are typically used from morning to afternoon.

Medical Uses

Indica and sativa strains both have medicinal uses, but because of their perceived differences, they are often selected for different symptom management; for example, indicas are generally looked to for insomnia and pain, whereas sativas might be chosen for depression and fatigue. As varying combinations of the two, hybrids are often thought of as a “balance” of effects, offering a little bit of what both have to offer.But to what extent do these classifications hold true? Ask almost any cannabis connoisseur to compare the indica Bubba Kush to a Sour Diesel sativa, and most will say there is a definite difference in effect


A marijuana concentrate is a highly potent THC- (Tetrahydrocannabinol) concentrated mass that looks like honey or butter. For that reason, it's often called “honey oil” or “budder” on the street. In order to prepare yourself for the diverse world of cannabis concentrates, it’s important to learn about each type, how to dab or consume them, as well as how they are made. That way, the next time someone asks you: what is marijuana wax or cannabis concentrate? You can bestow your newly acquired wealth of knowledge upon them.

Cannabis concentrates, oils, and extracts offer many unique benefits that you won’t find smoking flower. From easy, precise dosing to clean and refined flavors, concentrates focus on the ingredients in cannabis that matter most. 


Offering a tasty alternative to smoking or vaporizing cannabis, marijuana edibles are food and beverage products that have been infused with cannabis concentrates. Consumers who enjoy marijuana edibles typically prefer the extended and more intense effects that they offer compared to other marijuana products.

Edibles are any food item that has been infused with cannabis, THC, CBD or cannabidiol. The potency, taste and marijuana infusion process will vary from edible to edible, so always read the labeling or ask the budtender for advice. 

Edible companies have their own process and unique recipes but the end result is always the same: a tasty treat and a delectable buzz.

Edibles are a natural extension of marijuana’s long-standing relationship with hunger and cravings. If you want to get high while eating a tasty treat (and obviously, you do,) what comes next is pretty straightforward. Simply sit back, relax, and enjoy the world of marijuana gummies, brownies, cookies, chocolate and even the sweet delights of ice cream!!.

Pipe vs Bong vs Paper

Marijuana pipes offer a basic accessory with which to smoke your dry flower and are a starting point for most consumers. Marijuana pipes are commonly made from glass due to its heat resistance and ease of cleaning. When made of blown glass, intricate color patterns and shapes can be created, adding to their appeal. However, pipes for dry marijuana can be made of a wide variety of materials, including ceramic, metal, wood, silicone, and more. The choice in material is ultimately up to you and your own preferences.

Aside from the obvious (combustion of your weed into smoke), the purpose of a bong is to filter out all the stuff you don’t want in your lungs. You know, those impurities, tar and other particulates that have no business being inhaled.

When you light your herb, it catches fire or combusts. At which point the particles of the herb break down and turn into a gaseous smoke laden with all the good stuff (THC, CBD and other cannabinoids).

When this smoke passes through the water in the bong, all the bad stuff, like ash and tar is filtered out, leaving you with all the stuff you want, and nothing that you don’t. This natural filtration process makes each pull smoother, healthier and more flavorful.

Every experienced cannabis consumer has his or her own favourite method of smoking or consuming cannabis. Some people absolutely love the feel of lighting a bong bowl on fire and watching it fill up with creamy smoke. Others love to watch the bag of a massive vaporizer fill up with tasty herbal fumes.

But some people prefer to stick to traditional methods and are in love with the ritual of grinding down their flowers and rolling them up in papers to make a perfect, cone-shaped joint.

The joint is probably the epitome of cannabis smoking, and perhaps one of the calmest and most traditional ways of smoking the herb. There is something vastly therapeutic about passing around a joint whilst relaxing and socialising with a group of friends.

Although this method might be one of the most enjoyable, it certainly isn't the healthiest, and quite a bit of concern has arisen around inhaling the fumes from burning rolling papers. Some people claim that inhaling the smoke of almost any combusted substance is more than likely to introduce carcinogens to your system, substances that can contribute to serious health problems.

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Cannabis Treatment


The active component of the marijuana plant, cannabinoids, have shown to inhibit tumor growth and kill cancer cells in lab testings. We work with a number of patients who use cannabis to treat their cancer and suppress it's side effects. 



Medical marijuana contains antispasmodic qualities which relax muscles and has shown to be an effective treatment for seizures. Marijuana oils that are rich in cannabidol (CBD), are the preferred method for treatment.


Chronic Pain

Patients who suffer from chronic pain caused by diabetes, cancer, MS, HIV, and other diseases have been turning to medical marijuana as a way to treat their pain without the use of addictive pharmaceutical medications. 


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Our Team

The Braun and The Brains

The Braun. Being a family owned business "The General" Bill and "Captain Dean" have been growing THE GIFT for over 40 years. Adopting a strong work ethic from his father together they brainstormed this amazing concept.  And with the "Queen Bee" Ms. Mona always supporting the cause together with "Princess Veta" we have The Brains! LeVeta works burning the midnight oil making sure all of our products are regulated to the Federal and State standards.  From Vendors to Government Agencies you never have to be concerned about quality. The heart and soul of this establishment,  The Family, together with Sister Vonnie, have operated several establishments in the Enos area currently serving up suds at Vonnie's Bar located in the same parking lot as DOC. So when it comes to "putting down roots" DOC will be here for a long time to come!!

The Chef

Apprentice Grower and Seasoned Budtender "Tommy 2.0" handles all our social media platforms as well as opens the doors 7 days a week at 10am. 

As a professional chef by trade, soon he will be putting his talents to work with our in-house operated commercial kitchen. Cooking up such delights as Caramel Fudge Infused Brownies and White Chocolate and White Widow Macaroons!!

The Nurse

Holistic Certifed Ms. Cindy is our in-house Registered Nurse.  Although retired she brings a wealth of knowledge to DOC. Ms. Cindy will be available 5 days a week after 1pm until Close. Please stop by or make an appointment if you have any questions or concerns about our medications. 

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Dean's Oklahoma Cannabis

5350 Enos Road, Kingston, Oklahoma 73439, United States




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