FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are you open?!?
Nature’s Remedy’s Millbury dispensary is opening Friday, September 27th. Click here to book your visit!
What are your store hours?
Our Millbury dispensary will be open Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm and Sunday 10am-6pm. We will be open by appointment only for the first few weeks.
What payment methods do you accept?
Nature’s Remedy accepts cash, debit, and CanPay. To learn more about CanPay and sign up, download the CanPay App by visiting www.CanPayApp.com. Refunds cannot be made for debit or CanPay purchases.
Why are you carrying other dispensary brands in your store?
Nature’s Remedy has a state-of-the-art cultivation and product manufacturing facility in Lakeville, MA. We will have our own product brands available to bring to the market at the end of 2019. In the meantime, we have crafted a menu for our Millbury dispensary full of premium cannabis products. Prior to bringing in product from fellow MA-licensed marijuana establishments, we vet several brands to ensure the products on our dispensary menu meet our stringent quality standards.
Do you have other locations under construction?
Yes! Construction is a few weeks from completion at our Tyngsborough dispensary location at 420 Middlesex Road. We have a Provisional License for this location and expect to be open in early 2020.
I am interested in joining your team- are you hiring?
We are always looking for passionate individuals to become a part of the Nature’s Remedy team as our company expands. Click Here to view job openings.
Do I need a Massachusetts medical marijuana card to visit Nature’s Remedy?
Natures Remedy will operate both adult-use and medical facilities throughout Massachusetts. If the dispensary you wish to visit is a medical-only dispensary, you will need to provide government-issued identification as well as your Massachusetts medical marijuana card. For information on how to register with the state, click here.
What should I bring to the dispensary?
To enter Nature’s Remedy, you will need a valid, government-issued photo ID (driver’s license, passport, state ID, etc.) If you are a medical patient or caregiver and are visiting a medical-only dispensary, then you will also need to provide your medical marijuana card with your government-issued ID AND your Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Patient or Caregiver ID card.For information on how to register with the state, click here.
What are the qualifying conditions for medical marijuana in Massachusetts?
Qualifying conditions in Massachusetts include:
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
- Crohn’s disease
- HIV or AIDS
- Hepatitis C
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Other debilitating medical conditions, as determined in writing by a qualifying patient’s physician
Examples of debilitating medical conditions that might grant an individual a Massachusetts-issued medical marijuana card include:
- Severe chronic pain
- Severe nausea
- Seizures, epilepsy
- Severe and persistent muscle spasms
- Sleep disorders
- Mood disorders (anxiety, panic attacks, bipolar disorder, depression, PTSD, social anxiety disorder)
How can I learn more about marijuana?
Nature’s Remedy is committed to the education of its customers and the community on the multitude of marijuana benefits. To learn more about marijuana, visit our Education section or read our Consumer Guide!
Are there penalties for the unauthorized transfer of marijuana, marijuana products, or accessories to persons under 21 years of age?
Yes. Knowingly and intentionally supplying, giving, or providing marijuana, marijuana products, or marijuana accessories to a person, under 21 years of age, either for the person’s own use or for the use of the person’s parent or another person, results in a penalty of not more than $2,000 or imprisonment for not more than one year or both the fine and imprisonment.
To learn more about other violations and penalties, please click here.
Can I give marijuana or marijuana products as a gift?
Yes, in certain circumstances. M.G.L. c. 94G, § 7, prohibits punishment for giving away or otherwise
transferring without payment or other compensation up to one ounce of marijuana to a person, 21 years
of age or older, as long as the transfer is not advertised or promoted to the public. Additionally, the law
allows for up to five grams of marijuana concentrate to be gifted to a person, 21 years of age or older. It is, however, illegal to give a gift of marijuana in conjunction with the sale of another item to evade laws governing the sale of marijuana. Anyone offering a gift as part of a sale is subject to criminal prosecution. And it is illegal to gift or sell to anyone who is under 21 years old. If you are under 21 years old, it is also illegal to attempt to purchase marijuana.