FIRST TIME VISIT

Adult users 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.

No, MAC is proud to have had its doors open for adult (recreational) use since July 5, 2019!

Category: First Visit

Yes, as long as it is not expired.

Category: First Visit
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.

Categories: First Visit, Products

Adults 21 or older can legally purchase adult use (recreational) marijuana from MAC. Adults 18 or older who are registered Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Patients can legally purchase medicinal marijuana.

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.

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MEDICAL PATIENTS

Adult users 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.

No, MAC is proud to have had its doors open for adult (recreational) use since July 5, 2019!

Category: First Visit

Yes, as long as it is not expired.

Category: First Visit
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.

Categories: First Visit, Products

Adults 21 or older can legally purchase adult use (recreational) marijuana from MAC. Adults 18 or older who are registered Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Patients can legally purchase medicinal marijuana.

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

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PRODUCTS

Adult users 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.

No, MAC is proud to have had its doors open for adult (recreational) use since July 5, 2019!

Category: First Visit

Yes, as long as it is not expired.

Category: First Visit
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.

Categories: First Visit, Products

Adults 21 or older can legally purchase adult use (recreational) marijuana from MAC. Adults 18 or older who are registered Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Patients can legally purchase medicinal marijuana.

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

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PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Adult users 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.

No, MAC is proud to have had its doors open for adult (recreational) use since July 5, 2019!

Category: First Visit

Yes, as long as it is not expired.

Category: First Visit
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.

Categories: First Visit, Products

Adults 21 or older can legally purchase adult use (recreational) marijuana from MAC. Adults 18 or older who are registered Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Patients can legally purchase medicinal marijuana.

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

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