“Nestled in along the scenic Rogue River Highway, Antheia is a wonderful sleeper of a dispensary. The drive to get there, whether coming from the North or the South will remind one of what the rest of the world thinks of when they hear the word "Oregon". The building itself is impressive. There are two imposing stories of bright wood planks treated to look unvarnished and natural which overlook a simple gravel lot which had freshly painted lines. The parking is a little bit cramped, but if it looks cramped outside its probably worse inside, so it sort of gives you a heads up beforehand which is nice.
Inside you find a few cushy chairs and a rather large space. It's is decorated similarly to the outside of the building which provides a nice consistent feel. The staff outside are warm and professional. The biggest downside is that in order to keep things manageable they only allow 5 people back in the retail space per employee behind the counter. This had an interesting effect as I was herded into a group. If you are with appropriately social people it has a similar feel to being on a guided our where people engage in idle chatter about nothing much, but with the right group it can certainly be a pleasant experience.
Inside we again find more of the wood paneling and a counter of similarly wrought wood with a crust of bark left on to hammer home its natural feel. Sitting atop this slab were two redundant rows of jars displaying a variety of products. What they had was almost entirely consistent with their menu on the leafly app save for one strain, though the girl out front had said she was having some technical difficulties connecting to update their menu, so it's not that bad. Some dispensaries seem to never update their menus.
The staff behind the counter was outnumbered one to five and was understandably a little bit preoccupied with managing the retail space. They boast some interesting strains not found in dispensaries further north, and have a beautiful wall of clones which are closely monitored for quality.
Overall I would give them a a solid B. If you're in the area this is a wonderful little place to shop, and what's more it's only a few miles up the road from an organic strawberry farm and the Historic Weasku Inn. Great stop for a day tour up the beautiful Rogue River.”