MARLBOROUGH – Garden Remedies, Inc. (GRI), the only Massachusetts cannabis company founded and headed by a doctor, announced that it will open its new dispensary in Marlborough on Sunday, June 9.
Located at 416 Boston Post Road East, Garden Remedies has just received final approval to begin adult retail operations of the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission (CCC).
Remedies for Gardens Marlborough will officially open for cannabis sales for adult use in Marlboro Square on Sunday from noon until 5 p.m.
No appointments are required.
Garden Remedies also initiated the medical cannabis sale application for its location in Marlborough and is currently in the process of approval for approval.
They hope to open for medical sales as soon as regulatory approvals are in place. Meanwhile, medical cannabis patients can visit Garden Remedies in Melrose (for medicinal cannabis only with abundant parking) and in Newton (for the sale of cannabis for medical and adult use).
Garden Remedies, a vertically integrated cannabis company, manufactures its all-natural cannabis products in Fitchburg, and prides itself on growing locally and operates with local owners in Massachusetts.
"We are delighted to continue our growth and further expand access to safe, legal and natural cannabis for all adults over the age of 21 in Massachusetts," said Dr. Karen Munkacy, Founder, President and CEO of Garden Remedies, Inc. It has been a pleasure to work with everyone in Marlborough to bring this vision to life, from Mayor Arthur Vigeant and City Hall, to the Chief of Police and the Fire Department. They welcomed us with a warm welcome from our neighbors in Marlboro Square and the surrounding area, and we are really grateful for all their support. "
The regular hours of operation onwards are from Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. at 8 p.m., and on Sundays at 10 a.m. at 5 p.m.
Garden Remedies is also inviting the public to keep the date of their Summer Music Celebration at Marlboro Square outdoors that they are organizing along with other retailers on Saturday, July 20, from 4 to 9 p.m.
With the largest parking lot of any cannabis dispensary in the state, customers will find ample parking immediately outside the dispensary, without buses or complex processes.
The new dispensary has a modern interior similar to a spa, eight separate registers and, without the need for appointments, guarantees that even more customers enjoy a pleasant, fluid and efficient cannabis shopping experience.
Garden Remedies medical patients will continue to be a priority and will receive the same compassionate experience, experience and "peace of mind" service from friendly and knowledgeable cannabis consultants at Melrose, with appointment at Newton, and once the regulatory approvals are in place. in force, in Marlborough. Garden Remedies also offers a convenient in-store collection service for medical patients through Leafly.com.
Garden Remedies recently launched Seven East, a new line of its popular vape cartridges and cartridges designed to facilitate its use in seven formulas for anticipated effects, including: Energy, Smile, Balance, Relief, Relaxation, Focus and Sleep. Seven East is available exclusively at the three Garden Remedies dispensaries for medical patients and adult clients.
The solvent-free process patented by Seven East produces a wide range of cannabinoids, and isolated terpenes produce natural flavors and aromas of cannabis. Each batch is rigorously tested by an accredited laboratory to ensure that the distillate is free of all additives and fillers.
Founded in 2013 by the President and CEO, Karen Munkacy, M.D, Garden Remedies is the only cannabis company in Massachusetts founded and headed by a physician.
The company's mission is to help as many people as possible by providing access to safe, legal and natural cannabis products that improve health, well-being and quality of life in general.
Garden Remedies specializes in growing all-natural cannabis flowers indoors in super-soil, then formulates, processes, tests and packages their products in their state-of-the-art growing facilities.
Garden Remedies operates dispensaries in Marlborough, Melrose and Newton, and a grow facility in Fitchburg. For more information, visit www.gardenremedies.com.
The previous report was a press release sent to the SOURCE media.