A health-focused organization serving the needs and interests of the greater Brockton area and it’s surrounding communities. We serve the Brockton community by cultivating and dispensing medical marijuana products to caregivers and patients with valid Medical Use of Marijuana Program registration cards.
In Good Health is a Brockton Medical Marijuana Dispensary
In Good Health commits their works to helping patients with qualifying conditions in Brockton, Massachusetts, and the surrounding communities to safely and affordably access quality medical marijuana and cannabis products. They prioritize education and self-empowered wellness, helping their patients understand how medical marijuana can improve their overall quality of life and alleviate their suffering.
Licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Health at the beginning of 2014, In Good Health opened its doors to the public in late 2015 to safely and compassionately serve qualifying patients in Brockton. As a vertically integrated facility, In Good Health grows, cultivates and dispenses their own cannabis products, allowing them to create products uniquely tailored to their patients needs. They grow the finest quality medical marijuana products in their facility, using cutting edge growing techniques to ensure the most efficient and safest cannabis medicine for their patients. Their compassionate staff takes the time to explain each of their medical cannabis products to patients patiently, and help those in need find a quality medicine that will address their symptoms. Halfway through 2016, In Good Health’s Brockton medical marijuana dispensary had more than 4,200 registered medical cannabis patients, with that number continuing to grow.
In Good Health’s medical marijuana dispensary menu carries a wide range of cannabis flower strains, pre-rolls, cannabis oils, vape cartridges, edibles, and topicals. When purchasing flower and concentrates, each patient is limited to one ounce (twenty-eight grams) per day. While initially the state-of-the-art facility only accepted cash as an acceptable form of payment, this medical marijuana dispensary now accepts debit cards for payment, although credit cards are still not accepted. Cannabis patients who have served our country through their time in the military get a special Veteran’s discount. For more questions please contact their customer service line by calling 508-232-3565, or for more updates and recurring news about In Good Health’s Brockton medical marijuana dispensary sign up for their newsletter on their website.
In Good Health’s discreet facility proudly serves the Brockton and surrounding communities on West Chestnut Street near the Fall River Expressway. They accept qualifying patients from anywhere in the Brockton, South Easton, Bridgewater, Stoughton, Avon, Holbrook, Whitman, Abington, Rockland, Easton, Mansfield, Canton, Sharon, Braintree, Hanson, Pembroke, Hanover, Foxborough, Wrentham, Norfolk, Walpole, Franklin, Attleboro and Plainville communities.
Brockton, Massachusetts lies in Plymouth County in the eastern part of the state a short drive from Cape Cod Bay. It is home to the Massasoit Community College, the Brockton Hospital School for Nursing and Fisher College. Westgate Mall in Brockton’s northwest corner hosts a variety of shopping destinations including Aeropostale, Best Buy, Macy’s, FYE and much more. Framed by the D.W. Field Golf Course, the Beaver Brook Beagle Club, the Brockton Country Club and Ames Nowell State Park, Brockton is centrally located between Plymouth and Boston, making it readily available to Massachusetts residents and visitors alike. From the Brockton Reservoir to Stone Farm, In Good Health strives to serve its many patients best.
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The prices are way too high when there are other dispensaries that sell better quality stuff for way cheaper. Doesn't seem like the staff fully understands their products either.
I specifically like night terror and like the way it relaxes me. The Rick Simpson oil is good, but the taste is not good. i just wish the edibles were not so expensive.
I have read other people's reviews about Brockton and it's not what people say it is. I went jan 15th and they had 4 strains of bud plus whatever else you needed. There bud wasn't dry and the service wasn't either.
RThe title says it all, I spent a few thousand dollars there when they first opened , after about 6 months the flower quality and availability tanked. They never have flower and when they do it's piss poor to be honest, I don't know what happened there but boy they went downhill bad.
First off WHEN they have flower it's only 1 strain at a time and at 55 for an 1/8th is crazy oh yeah don't forget the 3 dollar debit fee so your paying about 60 an 8th. There's no energy inside the atmosphere is like going to cvs to pick up a script. I'm not a fan of ingoodhealth if your on the south shore check out Ermont in Quincy it's only about 10 mins up the highway.
Great solution for PTSD caused by ConsentualRape in healthcare setting an accepted practice in schools of medicine and teaching hospitals. Mostly patients underAnesthesia and by nursesOr gynoTechnicians in the PCP office.
Little upset there was no bud.got a chocolate bar, I have a food allergy and they were kind enough to check the ingredients for me.
Bud quality is okay. They never have any though this place is great for edibles and oils however a tad pricey