Cape Cod Area Cannabis News, Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Dispensary Info, Related Sales & Services Directory.
Visit Cape Cannabis on Facebook. I understand that Marijuana Dispensaries cannot advertise prices. But as a patient myself I see no reason that I can’t disclose them. In 2016 I paid about $385 and oz in the Brockton area, and $350 an oz in the Brookline area. Two very unique experiences.
As of June 2016, there were over 150 Applications Pending for pot dispensary licenses.
When the Cape opens a medical marijuana dispensary we will update News and Resources
for our guests. Once it gets up and rolling, it should be interesting. The numbers
as of April 2016: 6 RMDs open for sales -
Cape Cannabis .com is a resource for news and information related to the noncriminal, legal and medical marijuana industry here in the Cape Cod & Islands area. We hope to address the various interests of patients and others by providing a forum with information about caregivers, ideas on growing and consuming, recipes, the latest in vaporizers and related issues.
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Mass law allows up to 5 dispensaries in each Massachusetts county. We expect (and hope) that competitive pricing factors as well as quality and product variation between competing dispensaries could certainly be cause for a marijuana patient to purchase their medication from outside their county, the Plymouth, Taunton, Fairhaven or other dispensaries, and visa versa.
As we entered 2016 there had been a complete overhaul in the Massachusetts Medical
Marijuana licensing system, and many other applicants are in the pipeline. As a licensed
medical marijuana patient living on Cape, my last trip 70 miles to an off-
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Paying the license franchise another $200 for a rubber stamp telling me I’m ill,
just because my professionals can’t. To then jump through Massachusetts' hoops to
renew for $50 a year, then go to the non-
1). If I found a “Caretaker”, I might just ask them to grow me as much quality weed
as the law allows.
2). If an entity wanted to invest in and develop this or our other Mass Marijuana sites.
CapeCodMedicalMarijuana.com has a unique aspect of 300,000 tourist being on Cape all summer long, unique opportunity with up to 5 dispensaries competition in each county, and reciprocal state laws, it could prove interesting.
MassMarijuana.net could serve as a media and marketplace portal, where up to 5 dispensaries in 14 different counties can be listed, analyzed and advertised. We are talking an estimated $1.1 billion dollar market by 2020, according to the Globe. I’ve already experienced 1st hand how competition among even a few has taken shape. And they can’t advertise prices under state law, as I understand it. The trade group tells them to find aggregator and industry related websites to advertise on. I’d like to help them.
www.masscaregivers.com will be an employment and services portal for this new industry. We anticipate Caregiver rules will change, will be allowed to care for, and grow in some instances, for more than 1 patient. There are tens of thousands of patients.
Massachusetts may vote to legalize pot in 2016. It may be that the Cape Cod medical
marijuana dispensaries simply have a head start on what will be a much larger industry.
Years after the law passed the Cape has no dispensary, so access to the medicine
is scarce and expensive. *Mass SJC video of police arresting Cape Cod resident for
growing weed, didn’t ask if he was licensed.
19:00 Judge re guy stunned as cops raid home, smirks “so he never had the wherewithal” Damn druggies.
Cape Cod medical marijuana update: Aug 2016. There are now 6 dispensaries licensed in Massachusetts, and still None on Cape Cod.. They speak of 2017, and legalization is on the ballot This year. So
My Mass Med Card says it expires in 2018, but I just learned that is just the Card itself that is changed each 3 years, I must renew annually. So it expires tomorrow, but I’ll just buy in the streets I guess. I ‘m NOT