Cloud Cannabis to open Ann Arbor dispensary in October – WDIV ClickOnDetroit


ANN ARBOR, Mich.Cloud Cannabis wants customers to “live higher.”

Michigan-based cannabis brand will open its Ann Arbor dispensary at 1760 Plymouth Rd in October.

Co-founded by Chief Development Officer John McLeod, a former Detroit Police Department officer who credits cannabis with helping him quit opiates, the company approaches the cannabis industry with a patients-over-profit mantra.

“This all started as medicine. It is medicine first in our opinion, and we want to make sure that patients are valued and taken care of first and foremost in this market,” McLeod said.

Cloud Cannabis‘ goal is to help customers “live higher.” It may be a fun play on words but the company wants to fight the stigma against cannabis use by helping customers become better versions of themselves. For McLeod, this has a personal connection as cannabis helped him stop using prescription medication, and he credits it for saving his life and marriage.

“This all started with me realizing that I had life outside of opiate addiction and could do so with cannabis,” McLeod said, adding that the idea expanded to how the company can bridge the gap between stigma and healing.

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The Ann Arbor location will sell cannabis for both medical and recreational use through curbside services and aims to educate customers with individualized recommendations. Team members use a teaching approach to explain products, dosages and proper usage.

John McLeod, co-founder of Cloud Cannabis. (Cloud Cannabis)

McLeod said the company wanted to open up an Ann Arbor dispensary due to the city’s well-known forward and open approach with cannabis.

Born and raised in metro Detroit, McLeod said, “I think to be considered a legitimate cannabis operator in Michigan, you have to be in Ann Arbor, in my opinion.”

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