Who We Are
We believe in the power of sustainably produced cannabis products for health, wellness, and social connection. We want to move beyond stigma, beyond stereotype, to deliver enriching and natural experiences in a welcoming environment where even someone who’s brand new to cannabis feels at home.
We’re believers in balance—balance in life, balance in work, and balance in what we put into our bodies. We believe in exploring new and natural ways for everyone aged 21+ to access relaxation, fun, joy, and personal wellness through cannabis.
The Farmacy SB Events
The Endocannabinoid System Explained with Dr. Dan Price - Webinar
Join Dr. Dan Price, Medical Director at Tikun Olam as he explains the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is involved in regulating physiological and cognitive processes, including fertility, various activities of the immune system, appetite, pain-sensation, mood, and memory. Join Dr. Dan Price, Medical Director at Tikun Olam for an explanation of this important body system. as he explains the endocannabinoid system.
Therapeutic Benefits of Cannabis for Lupus and Patients with Autoimmune Diseases
Join special guest speakers Kirsten Maeda and Dr. Kent Crowley for a discussion on the Therapeutic Benefits of Cannabis for Lupus and Patients with Autoimmune Diseases. Lupus and other autoimmune diseases attack the body’s immune system causing inflammation and can affect many body systems. Kristen Maeda is a Board Member of the Lupus Foundation of Northern California and is a patient advocate and speaker. She will be joined by Dr. Kent Crowley Clinical Pharmacist to discuss how cannabis can help provide relief and potential drug interactions.
The amount of consideration and attention to detail is readily apparent for those with the eye to notice; The Farmacy feels clean but not clinical, relaxed but not aloof, and serious about its’ customers care and satisfaction. At no point did I feel corralled or upsold towards anything nor did I feel like I was wasting anyone’s time with prosaic questions. The wares speak for themselves, well divorced from the more lurid and unsavory narratives and connotations about cannabis that have taken hold over the years.
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21 and over. At check-in you will be asked to provide your identification to prove your age. Don’t forget to bring a valid driver’s license, state id or passport.
Daily Purchase Limit
Under the Adult Use Marijuana Act (AUMA) you can purchase and carry up to one ounce (28.5 grams) of cannabis and up to eight grams of concentrated cannabis.
It is against the law for you to have an open container of cannabis in a vehicle while driving or riding in the passenger seat. It is illegal to smoke cannabis in an operating vehicle. Be safe. Be smart.
The cost of cannabis—a lot goes into it. To make it easy to understand the actual amount you’ll pay at the counter, we include the Excise Tax of 15% and the SB City Cannabis Tax of 6% in the pricing of all our products. At the Farmacy, what you see is what you’ll pay.
You can use cannabis on private property. You cannot use, smoke, eat, or vape adult-use cannabis in public places. Santa Barbara is a smoke-free city.
Discount Programs and Ways To Save
- Veterans – 15% off in-store and delivery purchases
- Seniors 65 and older – 10% off in-store and delivery purchases
- Santa Barbara AXXESS members receive:
- 25% off your first purchase
- 10% for all future purchases.
- (AXXESS card or app required.)
If ever there were a local corner in this town, this is it. We used to rent videos from our shop’s former inhabitants. Landmark storefronts, coffee shops, and restaurants surround us. Bring in a same-day purchase receipt from one of the neighboring businesses and take home a pre-roll for $5.
The Farmacy accepts cash payments, debit transactions and cashless prepay powered by Stronghold. Debit transactions will be rounded up to the nearest dollar amount and accompanied by a $2.75 transaction fee. Some banks may charge their cardholders an additional fee in accordance with their own policies. There is also an ATM across the street at the Daily Grind if you prefer.
Unfortunately, due to federal regulations, we cannot accept credit cards. We hope this will change in the next few years.