Frequently asked questions

If you’re new to cannabis you likely have questions. No problem! Check out our Frequently Asked Questions as a resource for anything you might be canna-curious about!

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  1. COST: Medical cannabis is not subject to the 17% state and 3% municipal tax applied to the recreational product.
  2. CONVENIENCE: Medical patients can have their cannabis delivered to them, unlike recreational purchases.
  3. QUALITY: As recreational cannabis becomes more widely available, so does the demand for flower. Massachusetts has mandated that at least 35% of medical-grade cannabis must be reserved for medical patients, ensuring quality consistency.
  4. VARIETY: A greater variety of cannabis products are available for purchase by the medical patient at higher THC levels. For example, recreational edibles are only allowed to have 5 mgs of THC, where medical edibles do not have this limit.

Medical cannabis is not subject to the 17% state and 3% municipal tax applied to the recreational product. There is also the added value of quality control. As recreational cannabis becomes more widely available, so does the demand for flower. Massachusetts has mandated that at least 35% of medical-grade cannabis must be reserved for medical patients, ensuring quality consistency. Finally, a greater variety of cannabis products are available for purchase by the medical patient at higher THC levels. For example, recreational edibles are only allowed to have 5 mgs of THC, where medical edibles do not have this limit.

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No. Massachusetts state laws prohibit this. You are only allowed to consume cannabis behind closed doors in a private residence.