Patients must bring a valid form of identification and patient ID card issued by the Cannabis Control Commission. These documents may need to be shown to a security guard or to the camera on the door buzzer prior to entry. A temporary card can be used if the plastic program ID card has not arrived […]
Home delivery is an option that several medical marijuana dispensaries do offer in Massachusetts. Some companies charge a delivery fee, require a minimum purchase, or do not offer delivery to your area. Be sure to verify company policies before making a delivery order. Deliveries may only be sent to the primary residence of a patient […]
Yes, this is possible. In Massachusetts, a patient can designate up to two individuals to serve as their personal caregiver. Caregivers must first register with the Cannabis Control Commission and receive approval before they are given authorization to pick up medicine on behalf of their patient.
The cost of medical marijuana is not covered by health insurance. This can make it difficult for some to take advantage of. However, state regulations require each medical marijuana dispensary to offer free or reduced cost cannabis to patients with verified financial hardship. The financial hardship program at each dispensary is different but on average […]
Medical marijuana dispensaries typically offer a variety of products including dried cannabis buds or flower, edibles to eat, vape cartridges, concentrates, tinctures, topicals, CBD, and even suppositories. Depending on your condition and the advice of your clinician you may discover that one mode of ingestion is easier to administer or provides greater relief than another. […]
Yes, most patients are limited to 10 ounces or 283.50 grams within a sixty day period. When making a purchase at a medical dispensary, edibles and concentrates are converted into a “Dry Weight Equivalent” to ensure that you do not exceed your 60-day supply. For example, 1 gram of concentrate is equivalent to 5.30 grams […]
There are 98 medical marijuana dispensaries currently operational across the state of Massachusetts. If you’d like to see the full list of stores please visit the Medicine page on our site for more information.
In Massachusetts children are not allowed inside of medical marijuana dispensaries. Only registered patients, personal caregivers, staff, and approved visitors are allowed inside of medical marijuana establishments. Similarly, state law prohibits individuals under the age of 21 from entering a recreational cannabis establishment.