The cannabis industry is always changing. Whether it’s the latest development in technology or revisions to government regulations, it’s important to be up-to-date and informed. That’s why we’ve gone ahead and answered some of the questions we get asked most often right here. If you have a question that’s not included here, you’re more than welcome to contact us or stop by and talk to one of our Muses.
Most cannabis dispensaries function similarly to typical retail stores, but there are a few unique differences. Not everyone is allowed to enter every dispensary. All individuals who can prove that they are 21+ with a state-issued ID may enter a recreational dispensary, which is what Reverie 73 is.
Once you’re inside one of our Reverie 73 locations, our Muses will help you find the cannabis products or accessories that work for you and will show you the options we have in our showcases. You’ll need to show your ID again as you check out with your items. After that, you’ll be on your way!
Recreational use of cannabis is permitted in the state of Massachusetts for adults only (21+). All recreational clients will be asked to show a government-issued ID upon their arrival at Reverie 73. No one under the age of 21 may enter our dispensaries without a medical marijuana certificate that matches the name on their state-issued ID. This includes children or relatives of our clients, so we ask that you please plan your visit accordingly. If you have any questions on this policy, a member of our Reverie 73 team will be happy to help!
While cannabis is still illegal on a federal level, it is legal in many states — including Massachusetts — for medical or recreational use. Recreational use of cannabis is permitted in the state of Massachusetts for adults only (21+). All recreational clients will be asked to show a government-issued ID upon their arrival at Reverie 73. Medical marijuana patients (18+ only) are required to bring both their medical marijuana certificate and their government-issued ID.
THC and CBD are two cannabinoids that, together, determine what kind of effects each strain of cannabis will provide. Basically, THC is the only psychoactive cannabinoid and it is the cause of any mind-altering effects you receive from cannabis. CBD is not psychoactive, and can many times aid in stress or pain relief, increase appetite and aid sleep. To learn more about the active ingredients in cannabis, click here.
Many people who enjoy cannabis products describe their effects as dreamlike and surreal, which is what the word Reverie refers to. In 1973, a group of several U.S. states banded together and decriminalized possession of small amounts of the plant, which had been illegal since the 1930s. This was one of the first legal and cultural milestones for cannabis acceptance in the states. It’s also the inspiration for the second half of our name.