Frequently Asked Questions

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All of our products are pesticide free.

Recreational dosage limits are:

  • Edibles – 5mg per serving with a maximum of 20 servings per package

Recreational daily purchase limits are:

  • 1 oz of marijuana flower
  • 5g of active THC in concentrates
  • 500mg of edibles
  • No daily limits on topicals and ointments

Medical purchasing limits:

  • 60 day supply of up to 10 oz  of marijuana flower or combined dry weight equivalent for edibles or concentrates

All products undergo a series of regulatory required lab tests before they can be sold. Comprehensive testing includes tests for cannabinoids and potency, microbial contamination, residual solvents used during extraction, heavy metals and terpenes.

No.  More information on traveling as a medical cannabis patient within the U.S. can be found here:

https://www.safeaccessnow.org/travel

Adults 21 years or older can legally consume cannabis as directed by state law, but they cannot use cannabis in any public place or a moving vehicle. Heal recommends consuming cannabis on a private property as long as the property owner has not prohibited it.

It is illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis. Heal recommends refraining from operating a motor vehicle while or after consumption cannabis.

No, not all states that have legal medical marijuana have reciprocity and accept valid medical cards from other states.  A list of states that have legal medical and/or adult-use marijuana are listed here along with those that participate in reciprocity:

https://www.leafly.com/learn/legalization/medical-states

Medical cannabis patients must provide a state-issued medical cannabis card, along with a matching piece of valid government issued photo ID.  Step by step registration instructions can be found here:

https://www.mass.gov/how-to/register-as-a-patient-with-the-medical-use-of-marijuana-program

Medical cannabis patients must provide a state-issued medical cannabis card, along with a matching piece of valid government issued photo ID.  Step by step registration instructions can be found here:

https://www.mass.gov/how-to/renew-your-medical-use-of-marijuana-program-patient-registration

Yes, you must bring your valid medical card and valid ID every visit, per state regulations.

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Our Dispensaries accept cash and debit card payment.  There are ATMs on-site in all our dispensaries.

All edibles over 100mg in dosage are available for medical patients only in Massachusetts