Nile Collective Corp
1501 Pacific Ave
CALL US: 310-392-9900
Nile Collective Corp 3.60 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.
Guest | Feb 9, 2012
The last writer might have been a little too medicated. The info above is definatly not the Nile Collective that I know and love. I am a daily satisfied customer. They have stuff for 10 bucks, up to 60 for top shelf. The main reason I respect this place, is their knowledge of the laws, and they really care about their members! I've seen the nice baker lady give food and her own belongings to needy people, or less fortunate. These people are amazing, fun, and GENUINLY compasionate. THANKS FOR EVERYTHING NILE!!!
YES.weCANnabis! | Feb 6, 2011
Nile Collective is another dispensary that opened up in the dispensary boom in Venice post-Obama inauguration beginning of 2009. I was referred to them when I met a nice lady outside the Medical Kush Dr on the Venice Boardwalk, who said she owned a collective around the corner. I decided on going with my girlfriend who isnt a MMJ patient but they let her wait in the nice open waiting room they have adjacent to the dispensary. My Budtender happened to be a professional surfer. I hinted at trying to find out what the first time deal was but all he did was say hed smoke a joint with me of some Sour Jack, which he pre¬¬tty much bogarted the entire time. I wasnt surprised he wasnt too interested in helping me, and more interested in the local young eye candy patients that anyone can tell come in regularly. I was impressed by their clones and hydro-home-grown tools they sell. The lady that owns Nile Collective always hangs on the Venice boardwalk around the corner, and obviously has some referral program with the Medical Kush Doctor on the boardwalk. The batch I picked up of Sour Jack was very dominant in the Sativa department, couldnt do anything after. The smoke was dry and not very good. After I experienced the most incredible headache ever and didnt even want to try the rest of the Sour Jack I bought. Only bought a gram because everything else was too overpriced. To give you an idea, 1/8ths in the $65-$75 territory. After that I got the impression they werent in it for the Co-Op non-profit aspect, just another that popped up in the Venice boom.