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Marijuana Dispensary Box by Hempco Marijuana Dispensary Box by Hempco
My second box design for www.hempco.co. Designed from scratch following loosely to the 'Marlboro'.

I'm starting to distribute these wholesale to dispensaries across all the Medical Marijuana compassionate states to bring the packaging standards up to tobacco.

If you know a dispensary, pass this deviation on to them, and I will help them make custom boxes at no extra cost.
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catchaos420 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012
Awesome!
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xlarasa Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Genius, man. I love this.
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thelyrical Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012  Professional Photographer
Awesomeee
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khXnowXforever Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
weed is sooooo fucking beter then ciggarettes....
screw ciggarettes... trade em in for weed blunts ((:
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Necromaster21 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Hopefully this will be manufactured in the next 5 years, it would help this country's economy out if they taxed cannabis like tobacco
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ZombieBunnySlaya Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Sexy
Love it :meow:
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tkinney Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2011
I like the idea here, but I think it's because not only am I an avid marijuana user, I use tobacco as well. I know it's 7 times worse than using tobacco alone, and it must be 77 times worse than using marijuana alone... but hear me out.

I do have one suggestion: Use the creative tools at your disposal, as well as your marketing tools, and design a box that highlights marijuana's medical value. More specifically, it's cancer-fighting properties. Designing the box to look similar to name brand cigarette's and their packaging sends the wrong message. When people think cigarettes, they think "cancer". So, when people think marijuana, they need to think "the cure"... for cancer I mean. But they don't, they still think "cancer". It seems to me that this type of box would reinforce that type of thinking. I mean, not for educated and responsible majority of the cannabis culture, those who already know; but for those who don't use marijuana, those who don't believe in it's medical value...

Cannibis is virtually the only medicine I can take that I know is safe. I have rare drug allergies, a compination of being allergic to non-steroidal anti-inflamitory drugs, as well as tylenol. I have scoliosis, I suffer from lower back pain, I've had what I believe is an anxiety disorder, or stress disorder, or bi-polar; maybe 2 of the three, or all of them if there is such a thing. I don't like doctors though, because all the drugs I figure they'd prescibe me for any of these ailments has the potential for abuse... and nowadays, there's not a drug with a potential for abuse that doesn't contain at least a small amount of either Tylenol, Ibuprofen, or some other NSAID... making it dangerous to use for me. The scary thing is, I took all these drugs on rare occasions that I wasn't feeling well as a kid and it made it worse. I didn't think of it being an allergic reaction because my vocabulary, of course, wasn't as expansive as it is now. I didn't learn the meaning of words like hives, or jaundice, etc. until high school. I always figured they were mosquito bites or something... but in high school I discovered my reactions got worse to the point where I get fist-sized hives, a cherry red chest, and trouble breathing even if I took a childrens asprin. This was before I discovered pot. I completely avoid such drugs now, cause I figure if my body is reacting this way to say... tylenol, for example, then how does my liver react? Have I unknowingly damaged it beyond repair? It seems to work alright. Still, I avoid alcohol as well because of thoughts like this. I do drink on occasion though.

After I started smoking marijuana though, all these ailments dissapeared to the point that I almost forgot about them; until recently... I work at a place that doesn't drug-test[funny, cause it's a college; you'd figure they would do that sort of thing, or could at least afford to] and I took full advantage of that. Not necessarily getting high before work, but taking a few hits to ease my mind, and the pain in my body. They "caught on" though, cause I also took advantage of an unwritten rule: we had to park across the street everyday but Sunday; but we could move our cars to the other[closer] parking lot during our 4:00 meal break. I'd go out, take a few hits, and move my car. No big deal, I thought. I had eye drops, as my eyes get red no matter how much I smoke, it seems.[my whites turn pure red when i'm stoned out of my mind >_<]. I have a low tolerance to pot that remains virtually unchanged no matter how much I smoke.

This wouldn't have been a problem, and they would have never known if it hadn't been for my big mouth. Because of my situation, I am very supportive of the legalization of marijuana; which is humorous to me when I think of how before about the 10th grade I was 100% completely against it's use, didn't believe in the medical value what-so-ever. So, they started observing me going to my car every day at 4; then they started assuming that every time I came in I was high. Before work, after 4, whatever. They assumed I got high. I got warned about it, now I can't even move my car without rousing their suspicion. I understand I shouldn't come to work high, it's bad for business. But I would argue that I don't. I'd be scared to. I take a few puffs, and that's it. I'd consider that medicated, not high.

Anyhow, I drifted off a bit there, but my point is this: I would love to see the day when I can legally use this medicine, no matter where I go. You have the tools to make a difference. The ripples from the stone cast in the river are bigger than the stone itself, but what if you skip the stone across the river instead. More ripples, one rock. We can measure the difference we make as big, or small, or we could toy with the idea and figure it wont make a difference at all. We won't know for sure though how big the ripples are, or how many there are, unless we cast the stone. Does this make any sense?

Sorry for the long comment, I get carried away sometimes...
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Phendrome Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2012
Just wanted to let you know that I truly enjoyed reading your comment.
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Red-Steel Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011  Hobbyist Interface Designer
with any luck this could be the future :fingerscrossed:
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HenHouseSurprise Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
very nice work
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