“As we work to

create light for others,

we naturally light

our own way.”

- Mary Anne Radmacher

Cathy's Compassion Center

is located in

Cochise, Arizona

Experience

The Beautiful

Chiricahua Mountains

Cathy's Compassion Center, dedicated to patient advocacy and education.

Fast, convenient, and private. We are the only medical marijuana dispensary in Arizona offering delivery to your door. We deliver Medical Marijuana to Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Glendale, Scottsdale, Chandler, Tempe, Gilbert, Peoria and throughout Arizona.


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We are a NCIA Member

The National Cannabis Industry Association's membership is comprised of the leading businesses and organizations in America's emerging cannabis industry. As the only national trade association for cannabis professionals, NCIA works to defend and advance the industry on the national stage. The mission of the National Cannabis Industry Association is to promote the growth of a responsible and legitimate cannabis industry and to work for a favorable social, economic and legal environment for that industry in the United States.

Located in Cochise Arizona

Cathy's Compassion Center is located in Cochise, Arizona. Cochise has plenty of things to keep everyone busy from outdoor recreation such as hiking, biking, camping, golfing; bird watching to beautiful sunsets. Historic downtown Willcox is home to the oldest continually operating store in Arizona, along with antique shops, museums, unique restaurants, specialty shops, and great people.

Medical Marijuana Edibles

Edibles are an excellent option for those that have had troubles smoking, choose to smoke less, or prefer a body high over a head high.

Now Accepting Credit and Debit Cards

We are pleased to announce that we are accepting Credit & Debit cards.

The Freshest Medical Marijuana.

Come and experience our variety of organically grown Medical Marijuana strains that are the best that an Arizona Medical Marijuana Distributor can offer.

We are a NCIA Member

The National Cannabis Industry Association's membership is comprised of the leading businesses and organizations in America's emerging cannabis industry. As the only national trade association for cannabis professionals, NCIA works to defend and advance the industry on the national stage. The mission of the National Cannabis Industry Association is to promote the growth of a responsible and legitimate cannabis industry and to work for a favorable social, economic and legal environment for that industry in the United States.

Located in Cochise Arizona

Cathy's Compassion Center is located in Cochise, Arizona. Cochise has plenty of things to keep everyone busy from outdoor recreation such as hiking, biking, camping, golfing; bird watching to beautiful sunsets. Historic downtown Willcox is home to the oldest continually operating store in Arizona, along with antique shops, museums, unique restaurants, specialty shops, and great people.

Medical Marijuana Edibles

Edibles are an excellent option for those that have had troubles smoking, choose to smoke less, or prefer a body high over a head high.

Now Accepting Credit and Debit Cards

We are pleased to announce that we are accepting Credit & Debit cards.

The Freshest Medical Marijuana.

Come and experience our variety of organically grown Medical Marijuana strains that are the best that an Arizona Medical Marijuana Distributor can offer.

Latest News:

31-Dec-2013

We are closed New Year's day.

Happy New Year to everyone! We will be closed New Year's Day so our staff can start the New Year off..

19-Dec-2013

Christmas Specials

1/4 Blue Dream - $75.00 1/4 Jilly Bean (Regular) - $75.00 Specials are for in-store pur..

29-Nov-2013

Black Friday Special!

Grand Daddy Purple pre rolls for $7 while supplies last!..

Latest Blog:

10-Year-Old is Seizure-Free After One Year of Cannabis Oil

Cathy's Compassion Center - Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Colorado Springs Independent, Joshua Hutton, October 23rd, 2013

 

Amid the sounds of children laughing as they bounce and roll down a giant, red inflatable slide, a crowd of more than 150 gathers, making a half-circle around Heather Jackson.

“I want to thank you all so much for coming,” Jackson says. “There are some of you I don’t even know — which is awesome. Again, thank you for coming out and helping us celebrate Zaki’s first seizure-free year.”

The crowd applauds. Zaki, Jackson’s 10-year-old son, emerges from the crowd, smiling. His brow gleams from a light sweat, joyfully earned on the inflatable playground at Jump-N-Jacks, an indoor play facility on North Academy Boulevard. His mother puts one arm on his shoulder and fans him with a Realm of Caring laminated fact sheet.

He is normal. He is fine.

One year earlier, Mrs. Jackson sat with a friend who worked in hospice care, asking for advice concerning the next treatment for Zaki’s Doose syndrome, a form of epilepsy found early in childhood. There is no known cause, and the condition is often unresponsive to medication.

Zaki’s seizures began when he was 4 months old. At what his mother calls his “deepest valley,” he experienced thousands per day. A 2008 electroencephalography reading revealed more than 200 per hour. To combat this, the child underwent 17 different pharmaceutical treatments — all of which failed.

As recently as May 2012, Zaki would have between 60 and 200 seizures while he slept. “They were brief, but very violent,” Jackson says. “It was like someone was putting paddles to his chest. Then he began to have seizures where he would stop breathing.

“So my friend at hospice, she said to me, ‘I can’t tell you to try this, but there is this group of brothers who have helped treat a similar case with cannabis oil. I can’t tell you to try it, but here’s some phone numbers.’”

The brothers — Josh, Jordan, Jesse, Joel, Jon and Jared Stanley, cannabis growers and founders of Realm of Caring — created a strain of cannabis containing minimal THC, the psychoactive ingredient, and very high levels of cannabidiol (CBD), the ingredient considered to provide the most medicinal benefits.

At Zaki’s party, Josh Stanley explains: “We were reading these studies in Israel from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s — studies where they saw positive results on lab mice using high-CBD strains. So we decided to give it a try, originally focusing on aiding cancer patients. It was by luck that we discovered it could be so beneficial to those suffering from seizures.”

The “luck” came when Paige Figi contacted the Stanley brothers. She had read about high-CBD oils used to treat epilepsy in California. Her 6-year-old daughter, Charlotte, suffers from Dravet syndrome, and she was willing to try anything. The cannabis oil so helped Charlotte, they renamed the strain in her honor: Charlotte’s Web, of which Zaki takes 300 mg every day.

Realm of Caring’s 501(c)3 status is pending, but the Colorado Springs foundation hopes to become a nonprofit that can make alternate treatment affordable for families in need. Meanwhile, back at the party, Jackson announces that Zaki’s last clinical seizure took place Oct. 3, 2012. Her husband, Frank Jackson, presents the Stanley brothers with a wooden sign, which reads “Zaki’s Garden” at the top and “Thank you for my first seizure-free year” at the bottom.

Zaki moves past his mother’s arm, shuffles through the crowd, and speeds toward an inflatable ship as a few friends follow close behind.


Testimonials:

I was on a Fetinal patch and had it removed.  I have been using the medication from Cathy’s Compassion Center and have received the relief I need and I don’t plan to go back on the patch.  The support was very caring and professional.  The selection of medication was amazing.  I will be returning to this dispensary on a regular basis.  I am very happy there are here for the patients! Brenda – Tucson, Arizona
The support at the Cochise dispensary was compassionate.  You can tell that they really care about their patients.  I left there feeling cared for and received the best medication around.  I highly recommend Cathy’s Compassion Center to everyone who has their card. Steve – Sun Sites, Arizona
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