Good Chemistry

9 Harrison St, Worcester, MA 01604 / (774) 243-1760

Good Chemistry on Harrison Street in Worcester is committed to identifying high quality flowers that amplify, relax, relieve, and help you sleep. Good Chemistry welcomes purchases for recreational adult-use and medical cannabis without appointment. The selection at Good Chemistry includes flowers, tinctures, vape cartridges, and edibles ranging from gummies to chocolates and breath mints. Keep your ID handy for frequent checks and bring cash or be prepared to use the in-house ATM. Good Chemistry’s sleek decor gives the illusion of a high end boutique. Just a few blocks away, The Summit Lounge offers a safe space for private club members to smoke on premises while enjoying targeted programming. If you’re headed home right away to sample your haul, make a quick pit stop at The Queen’s Cups for a decadent selection of sweet treats.


1764 Main St, Leicester, MA 01524 / (508) 859-8130

Cultivate on Main Street in Leicester was the first recreational operation to open its doors in Massachusetts. Customers park at Everlast Nursery and board a shuttle to the store room floor. Imagine yourself browsing the lab of a very tidy scientist with a gardening habit. “Budtenders” are professional and patient. Cultivate also welcomes medical patients. Bring your cash or a debit card. The dispensary is located just five miles from Maple Hill Disc Golf Course, a premier stop on the Disc Golf Pro Tour. Play a quick 18 holes before you settle in at home with your Cultivate collection, which includes flowers, concentrates, edibles, pre-rolls, and vaporizers.

The Botanist

65 Pullman St, Worcester, MA 01606 / (508) 680-7550

The Botanist is strictly medical, offering a menu of flowers, concentrates, edibles, pre-rolls, cartridges, and topicals to card carrying patients only. The Botanist looks more like Martha Stewart’s greenhouse than a pharmacy. If your green thumb is tingling, checkout Green Zone Hydroponics & Supplies on Madison Street. According to the Cannabis Control Commission, the law allows an individual over 21 years of age to grow up to six plants in their home.