Cannabis Crops, Community, and Education. This is the Lollipop Farm.

Photo: Lollipop Farm
Photo: Lollipop Farm

First launched in 2021, the founders of Lollipop Farm started the company with a goal to supply premium quality products for Thai customers. They’ve grown drastically since then, and last month, hosted the grand opening of their flagship Bangkok outlet where attendees received “special” gift bags, as well as an introduction to, and a chance to experience, a wide variety of the products that they stock in their stores, including accessories and pre-packaged items.

As a brand that prides themselves on selling products that are not only high quality, but also safe, affordable, and effective, it’s no surprise that Lollipop Farm is a hit among both newcomers and long-time users. The team confirms that all of their products “are backed by science and research,” tested in their lab to ensure an extra level of quality control, and are available at various price points precisely because they want everyone to be able to have access.

In spite of their rapid growth, though, the team behind Lollipop Farm remains committed to their initial vision of building a strong community in the region. In addition to providing their customers with top-of-the-line products and services, they’ve told us that they’re hoping to “provide widespread support to the medical sector” in the future. Currently, there is only one bachelor’s degree program in Thailand (at Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University) that offers a major in cannabis health sciences, but Lollipop Farm, like other similar Thai dispensary owners, hope to educate users on various cannabis usages beyond recreational reasons.

In line with their mission to help teach the general public about hemp and cannabis usage, Lollipop Farm also runs a weekly educational program called “Cannabis 101.” It’s advertised as a “hands-on experience program” and is primarily aimed at cannabis novices. The program introduces participants to all the basics including its various usages, as well as advice for first-time users and an overall recap of Thai laws. Lollipop Farm has also told us that they plan to expand their educational programs in the future, so ones for, ahem, cannabis aficionados, might be in the pipeline.

With one premium flagship outlet established, what’s next for the Farm? In addition to rolling out more outlets across Bangkok, they also want to bring the Farm experience to customers in cities like Phuket, Pattaya, and Chiang Mai. Currently, in addition to Bangkok, they also have stores in Myanmar, specifically in Yangon and Tachileik.

If you’re not in any of those locations for the time being however (or if you are, let’s say, a little too “under the influence” to make it over to their store), Lollipop Farm’s products are also available for online ordering and home delivery. You can get in touch with them via phone at 098-230-6915, on Facebook, or through their website (which also has more information about their products).


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