Touring their facility in Franklin where the cultivation, joint-stuffing, and dab-making goes down
They’re the first cannabis operator in Massachusetts to offer a website in Spanish. They won’t be the last
Adam Heyne of Luna Technologies on capturing “the true essence of the actual plant” through hydrocarbon extraction
“This process takes up to two weeks in a sealed jar to let the rosin cure and then is homogenized to create the consistency.”
For a proper column, I have to complain about something, and there’s not much to be mad about when you spend a great deal of time grubbing edibles.
“We don't typically recommend dabs for doing work, but hell, this one inspired a review.”
Sort of like the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission, which this month packed its bags and set up shop in Worcester’s historic Union Station, we left the Hub in order to get closer to the center of the Commonwealth’s cannabis community.
As for the kind of goods I am here to advocate for, a product category often relegated to a single small shelf in the display at your favorite dispensary, I’m thrilled to report that they are still clear for takeoff.
Overall, my take on the 2015 Secret Cup is that medicated Beast Coast Bacon is amazing, Mohawk Glass is on their game, and organizers did a phenomenal job considering the hurdles.