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MCEC is widely known as the most trusted and professional Medical Cannabis Delivery Service in Southern California. In 2015, MCEC led a grass roots campaign and lobbied the local municipality to allow Medical Cannabis Delivery Services to operate. By late 2017, legislation passed and new era of Medical Cannabis commerce began. Our efforts proudly produced the very first State-Sanctioned, Woman-Owned Medical Cannabis Delivery Service in the region. Today, the MCEC process is known by 20,000+ members as the easiest, safest and most discreet service in Southern California. We are flattered to be imitated, but the road to the most reliable, efficient and award winning service rated by LEAFLY starts here. Learn more about our personalized, concierge level delivery process and experience what everyone is talking about.



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Want to read about the positive effects that cannabis can have on your everyday life? Learn more about cannabis education, how to elevate your experience and our quality assurance.


Aging has never been easy, but cannabis can make the climb easier. Cannabis usage can help with various issues that come with age. Joseph Palamar, Associate Professor of population health at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, states, "I find it fascinating that people who would never touch an illegal drug are now trying to get it, even if it's for medical purposes. Cannabis use among seniors is not bouncing up and down like other drugs. It's a straight line up". Learn more about how cannabis can improve your quality of life in your Golden Years.



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Since inception, MCEC has always stayed true to the “Farmers Market Concept”. We have very few items that remain static on our menu as we have buyers that research and source the latest, responsibly grown and best value medicine for our members. We believe that a dynamic approach will rotate our products faster and provide the freshest harvest of lab tested medicine. That said, we will stay committed to forging strong partnerships with artisanal cultivators and partners to ensure your medicine is in stock. We are proud to have these strategic partners/products available to our members so take a peek and read about their history. Remember, education and knowledge is power.



Native of New Jersey, Dr. Bonni Goldstein received her undergraduate education at Rutgers College. She pursued her medical degree at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.  Read more... Her post-doctoral education included internship and residency at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Dr. Goldstein also served as Chief Resident at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. She was a Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics at USC School of Medicine in Los Angeles, Emergency Transport Attending Physician at Children's Hospital Los Angeles and Emergency Medicine Attending Physician in the Pediatric Emergency Department at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center. In 2008, Dr. Goldstein developed an interest in the science of medical cannabis after witnessing its beneficial effects in an ill friend. Since then she has been evaluating both adult and pediatric patients for use of medical cannabis. Dr. Goldstein has given numerous lectures to many patient support programs, including the Cancer Support Community, Southern California Prosthetics, and Pediatric Epilepsy. She has also lectured at CannaMed 2016 at Harvard University, United in Compassion Medical Cannabis Symposium in Sydney, Australia, Patients Out of Time 2015, and United Patients Group Conference 2016. She is a member of the International Association of Cannabis as Medicine, The International Cannabinoib Research Society and The Society of Cannabis Clinicians. For more information on Dr Goldstein's background and to learn about her new book "Cannabis is Medicine" (available soon here at MCEC), please visit


Our bodies are made up of many different systems that work in harmony. Studies have shown that Medical Cannabis can help each of these anatomical systems function optimally. The images below illustrate the key areas of the human body and the purpose that they serve. Look, learn and live healthier- holistically.


Cannabis can act as a neuroprotectant, perhaps even preventing the onset of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.


Patients newly diagnosed with head and neck cancer who used cannabis regularly reported a modest improvement in quality of life outcomes compared with non users.


Considering a smoking break? With plenty of other products such as edibles, tinctures, patches and topicals available today, you can still have cannabis in your life.


The heart and blood vessels. Low doses of THC appear to most strongly activate pro-cardiovascular health effects.


Cannabis efficacy is anecdotal for nausea and vomiting relief. The most common relief sought is chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.


Cannabis can reduce pain, muscle spasms, stiffness and inflammation in the muscular system. Cannabis has been known to help with post muscle recovery after exercising.


Americas baby boomers are aging and one of the most common ailments is arthritis. Cannabis can ease pain and reduce swelling without the side effects caused by opiate use.


Endocannabinoids affect motility, both directly and indirectly. Cannabis can help eliminate body waste by helping the patient relax into a parasympathetic state.


Cannabis is a known anti-inflammatory with antioxidant and anti-aging properties. Hemp seed oil contains omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids which provides moisture and protection from sun damage.


Before its prohibition, physicians across the globe prescribed cannabis for a broad range of gynecological conditions, the most common being menstrual cramps.

These are not medically proven at the federal level. The information provided comes from user reports.

These are not medically proven at the federal level. The information provided comes from user reports.

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