Frequently Asked Questions

Adult users and medical patients need to bring a valid form of state issued identification. This includes a driver’s license, state identification card, passport or military ID. All forms of identification must not be expired. You cannot enter the dispensary with an expired ID, no exceptions.

Yes, as of March 24, 2020 MAC will no longer dispense adult-use marijuana. Once Governor Baker lifts his order on non-essential businesses, MAC will resume adult use sales. MAC is proud to have had its doors open for adult (recreational) use since July 5, 2019.

Category: First Visit

MAC is open for Massachusetts medical patients and caregivers. For Adult Use, a valid drivers license from any state is accepted.

Category: First Visit

Adults may possess up to 1oz of flower and up to 5 grams of concentrate on them at a time. MAC places internal limits on certain products due to the demand. Internal limits allow for increased access among many consumers rather than a select few. Up to date limits can be found on our Adult Use Menu.

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Adults 18 or older who are registered Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Patients and caregivers of patients 21 or older can legally purchase medicinal marijuana.

Adults over the age of 21 may purchase from our Recreational menu, which is now available for order ahead.

Absolutely no one under the age of 21 (unless stated above for medical patients) will be allowed to enter the dispensary, including babies and infants.

Marijuana is still federally illegal in the United States. State borders fall under federal jurisdiction so crossing state lines with your purchase is a federal offense.

Category: First Visit

Under Massachusetts Service Animal Law and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), service animals are allowed to accompany their handlers in the dispensary. Emotional Support Animals (ESA) are not permitted to enter the dispensary.

Category: First Visit

MAC is open Sunday, 10am to 5pm, and Monday through Saturday, 9am to 7pm.

Mass Alternative Care no accepts debit cards as well as cash. Our facility also has two ATMs on site. At this time, credit cards are not accepted forms of payment. Please ask an associate for all all details when using a debit card in-store.

No out of state medical cards are accepted in the State of Massachusetts for purchase of medical marijuana.

The State of Massachusetts does not allow any discounts on recreational marijuana products. On the medical side, discounts and promotions are allowed to our medical marijuana patients. For more information about MAC’s discounts, visit here.

Categories: Customers, First Visit


● Masks are required for all employees, patients, and customers (unless not
possible due to a medical condition).
● Hand sanitizer is placed at the entrance of the dispensary and throughout the
dispensary for customers, patients, and employees to use.
● Partitions are installed at all registers.
● Full store sanitization will take place every 30 minutes, and will include high
contact areas/surfaces, ATMs, and debit machines.
● Frequent hand sanitizing/washing is required for employees
● We have reduced store capacity to 40%, including employees and customers.
● Lines have distancing markers spaced six feet apart, both outside and in-store, to
ensure social distancing.
● Digital menus are available.
● We encourage all customers and employees to stay home if they are sick or
experiencing any potential COVID-19 symptoms.

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Cannabis flowers are the hairy, sticky, crystal covered bud that is harvested, dried and cured for consumption. Also known as pot, bud, weed, nugs, herb, ganja, reefer, dank or chronic.

This common term refers to a pre-rolled marijuana cigarette. Also known as a joint, doobie, bone, bat, J, L or dutch.

Concentrates are a potent consolidation of cannabinoids that are made by dissolving cannabis material in its plant form into a solvent. The end product has very high THC levels and can produce varying products that range from thick stick oils to resinous bits. Slang terms depend on extraction method, but common terms are oil, dabs or dabbing.

Edibles are edible products that are infused with extracted cannabis. Commonly sold as fruit chews, chocolate bars, tarts, mints, lozenges, capsules, drinks and baked goods. Edibles take longer to feel effects as the infused cannabis must pass through the digestive system. Also known as medibles, for “medicated edibles”.

A tincture is a liquid cannabis extract usually made with alcohol or glycerol and often dosed via eyedropper. Tinctures are taken sublingually, placed under the tongue, where they are absorbed through the bloodstream. Tinctures can also be placed into a drink, but the effects will take longer due to being processed through the digestive system, like an edible.

A topical is a product such as a lotion, cream or salve, that includes active cannabis properties. Topicals are applied directly to the skin where its medicinal properties are absorbed and can be used to treat muscle aches, soreness or issues like dry skin.

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Adult users and medical patients need to bring a valid form of state issued identification. This includes a driver’s license, state identification card, passport or military ID. All forms of identification must not be expired. You cannot enter the dispensary with an expired ID, no exceptions.

Adults 18 or older who are registered Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Patients and caregivers of patients 21 or older can legally purchase medicinal marijuana.

Adults over the age of 21 may purchase from our Recreational menu, which is now available for order ahead.

Absolutely no one under the age of 21 (unless stated above for medical patients) will be allowed to enter the dispensary, including babies and infants.

MAC’s Compassionate Care Program offers qualified patients multiple discounts with a maximum total discount up to 20% off your purchase. For information on if you qualify, please click here.

MAC is open Sunday, 10am to 5pm, and Monday through Saturday, 9am to 7pm.

Mass Alternative Care no accepts debit cards as well as cash. Our facility also has two ATMs on site. At this time, credit cards are not accepted forms of payment. Please ask an associate for all all details when using a debit card in-store.

Now it’s easier than ever to obtain your Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Program card! Step-by-step instructions can be found here.

No out of state medical cards are accepted in the State of Massachusetts for purchase of medical marijuana.


● Masks are required for all employees, patients, and customers (unless not
possible due to a medical condition).
● Hand sanitizer is placed at the entrance of the dispensary and throughout the
dispensary for customers, patients, and employees to use.
● Partitions are installed at all registers.
● Full store sanitization will take place every 30 minutes, and will include high
contact areas/surfaces, ATMs, and debit machines.
● Frequent hand sanitizing/washing is required for employees
● We have reduced store capacity to 40%, including employees and customers.
● Lines have distancing markers spaced six feet apart, both outside and in-store, to
ensure social distancing.
● Digital menus are available.
● We encourage all customers and employees to stay home if they are sick or
experiencing any potential COVID-19 symptoms.

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