The 11-member Framingham City Council is expected to vote on a recommendation from the City’s Marijuana Task Force late this month. The Task Force is recommending 6 recreational businesses to operate in Framingham.
The Company’s website stated it provides: “a wide array of flowers (the part of the plant that is harvested, dried, and used for medicine) that are low to high THC strains, and we also have a CBD (non-psychoactive) strain. In addition, we have pre-rolls (aka “joints”), capsules, rosin (a solvent-free extract), bubble hash, tinctures, transdermal patches, edibles, and “Cold Brew” concentrate. We will have more products very soon, including more concentrates, more capsules, and more flower strains. There will always be multiple consumption methods for our patients to choose from.”
The Company, which also has a location in Hudson, stated “its gives back to its communities through its Patient Affordability Plan, its skilled and well-compensated workforce, its Community Benefit Funds, and through the state and federal taxes and charitable donations that it makes.”
Temescal Wellness also offers “complimentary in-service education presentations to a variety of individuals and companies in the community. We focus on educating people in various industries about the different products and services that Temescal Wellness offers its patients, as well as some basic information about how our patients safely use cannabis for their approved conditions.”