JustinCredible Cultivation is passionate about cultivating greatness. Not only will we feature two of the industry greats, Forbidden Fruit & Grandaddy Purple, we will also be producing our very own, exclusive strain, JustinCredible.
Granddaddy Purple is an Indica that offers a complex grape + berry aroma with an earthy flavor; dreamy type buzz; combats pain, stress and insomnia as well as appetite loss and muscle spasms.
Forbidden Fruit is a hybrid strain that is a perfect mixture of musky, sweet cherry undertones and loud tropical flavors, deeply relaxing and offers relief from minor physical discomforts and stress.
JustinCredible is an exclusive JustinCredible Cultivation hybrid strain that offers a fruity but earthy flavor; calming; deeply relaxing without the constant drag of other hybrids; offers an over all euphoric sense of happiness.
The Positive Effects
Feelings of deep relaxation
Feelings of Happiness
Helps manage stress and anxiety
Helps combat insomnia
Massachusetts marijuana laws have been finalized and implemented, for the most part, as of 2019. Recreational use in specified amounts is legal in the Commonwealth, with some important restrictions. However, it is never legal to drive while high or to consume or smoke marijuana in public.
Here is what you need to know now when it comes to marijuana use in Massachusetts:
An adult age 21 and older may possess up to One Ounce of dry marijuana on their person outside of the home, or up to 5 Grams of marijuana concentrate.
You can possess up to 10 Ounces of marijuana in your personal residence.
Recreational Grow Law
An individual 21 years of age or older may grow and process 6 plants in their home. If more than one individual 21 years of age or older lives in the home and wishes to grow, the maximum number of plants that may be grown at the residence is 12 plants total.
Violations of the laws regarding home cultivation are subject to civil fines and forfeiture of the marijuana.
Massachusetts allows adults 21 and older to give away up to one ounce of marijuana to another person 21 years or older. The law also permits up to 5 grams of marijuana concentrate to be gifted.
No payments or compensation can be associated with the transfer. The gifting must be a private, unadvertised transfer. Failure to comply with all requirements under this law can lead to criminal prosecution for selling marijuana.
Expungement in Massachusetts: New! Get Marijuana Offense Records Removed
If were age 21 or younger at the time of a marijuana arrest, charge and conviction, you can apply to have all criminal records permanently erased from state databases, including the Commonwealth’s DNA Database. Certain individuals who were over age 21 may also apply to have marijuana arrest and conviction records expunged or sealed. Sealing restricts access to who can see the records upon request, such as employers, landlords and others.
To qualify for Massachusetts expungement of marijuana offense records, you must:
• Have been age 21 or younger at the time of the offense, and
• Had no further criminal court cases; OR
• Qualify for a Wrongful Conviction expungement, irrespective of your age at the time of the offense.