Medical Marijuana Needs to Shape Up and Rebrand in California, Says Doobons

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If the California medical marijuana industry wants to survive, it needs to overcome the feds’ perception of it as an unregulated free-for-all where profiteers sell pot to anyone who wants to get high, says medical marijuana resource site and iPhone app Doobons.

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Mobile delivery services and dispensaries are telling us that they are seeing an influx of seniors and patients new to cannabis who are finding them using our site

In response to recent statements from United States Attorney Benjamin Wagner, medical marijuana resource website and iPhone app Doobons says that the California cannabis industry needs a makeover. The medical marijuana directory and resource site and app says the cannabis industry needs to start advertising more responsibly and generate positive news about its noble role providing a valuable medical service.

In a recent press lunch in Sacramento, Wagner indicated that he and other US Attorneys in California have been actively shutting down what they saw as an unregulated free-for-all where people are making undue profits and selling pot to anyone who wants to get stoned, saying stores marking up pot 200 percent is “not about sick people. That’s about money.”

“Most of today’s online and paper medical marijuana publications portray cannabis as more of a party drug than a vital medication, which confirms the feds’ perceptions and causes the attorneys to take action, including shutting down dispensaries and making arrests,” said John, founder of “That’s why Doobons was launched as a professional website and iTunes app that focuses on cannabis as important medicine for patients and provides a valuable resource for laboratories, doctors, lawyers and other stakeholders.” launched its website new as a discreet and approachable way for patients of all ages and experience levels with cannabis to find local medical marijuana dispensaries and other resources. The easy-to-use medical marijuana app is already earning rave reviews from users, and has a five-star rating—the highest rating available in iTunes. And the number of downloads are doubling each week.

“Mobile delivery services and dispensaries are telling us that they are seeing an influx of seniors and patients new to cannabis who are finding them using our site,” says John. “In this way, we feel we are providing a great service to an underserved segment of our community.”

John says that people who visit their site are now spending on average 4.75 minutes on the site and look at 3-4 pages. In addition, hundreds of people have download the iPhone/iPod/iPad app since they released it—and the numbers of the medical marijuana app downloads is doubling each week. was designed to be convenient and to appeal to everyone, including those who are new to the world of medical cannabis. While most of today’s online medical marijuana directories are designed for patients who already know at least something about using medical marijuana, is designed to be user friendly for patients of all ages and experience levels. is more than just another online medical marijuana directory. The site’s News, Resource, and Blog pages provide valuable information and advice for patients and caregivers. The information posted helps new patients learn about the ins and outs of the world of medical marijuana, and existing patients stay abreast of developments.

The five-star-rated Doobons app is now available for free on the iTunes app store for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad that runs on iOS 4.3 or later.

About is an online medical marijuana resource for prospective and current patients, caregivers and medicinal cannabis industry professionals. The medical cannabis resource site is designed be a comprehensive source of information for everyone from novice medical cannabis users to experienced industry professionals. is discreet, safe and professional.

For more information about, call (415) 524-8099 or go to online.

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