"The education around the history, science, business, growing, and medical efficacy of cannabis was well worth it. It also made me realize that I was passionate about the business I was getting into. The best advice I was given many years ago was to make sure you are happy to be getting up each morning and going to your job."
"My mission is to help people suffering from pain, anxiety, insomnia, autoimmune disorders, IBS and IBD, Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, seizure disorders, autism, MS, and other debilitating conditions find relief using cannabis."
Commonly missing from the debate over the medical benefits of cannabis is an understanding of the experiences of those who have been treated with it.
"It was hard to ignore the fact that there was a deficit in available quality cannabis education in a comfortable and professional setting—nevermind the glaring lack of public education happening to let people outside the cannabis industry understand the history of the plant."
"In my personal and professional experiences, cannabis helps to manage, reduce, and relieve symptoms of many chronic conditions and disease states. Cannabinoid therapeutics is just another treatment modality that should be on the table for all people in need."
"We are trying to be a less corporate, more approachable dispensary that participates in and shapes the latest trends in the cannabis world."
Massachusetts has a real opportunity to lead in sustainable cannabis cultivation, but the question is: how many poorly designed grow ops will come and go before Massachusetts cannabis cultivation facilities are as environmentally responsible as they can be?
Pat and Joe are trendsetters in New England, and will been seen as icons years from now when there’s a cannabis cafe on every other corner.
"After getting frustrated with the current DIY solutions on the market such as bamboo stakes and trellis netting, he came up with an idea that he knew would help growers of all types. Night after night Rob would return home from the garden, talking enthusiastically about his idea..."