Maine Organic Therapy Reviews

  • “Their new location is spacious and clean to accommodate the patients, with much more seating area and even a little spot to make a coffee. The staff is pleasant and friendly, always helpful and willing to answer questions. I'm looking forward to a little more variety in their indica selection, but other than that, all the love.”

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  • “Excellent dispensary! Worth the trip. Much better than Brewer (Wellness Connection)!”

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  • “Grapefruit strain is AMAZING! Frosty and very nice experience. Highly recommend.”

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  • “Highest CBD oil that I have found in the state. So grateful for all of them making this happen for me!!”

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  • “It could definitely be improved in staff attitude, decor and furnishings, policies, weed selection, and product display. They wrongly refuse entrance to legally qualified caregivers. On the good side, their bud is super. Again, negative, the bud isn't very dank, not strong smelling. But it does the trick and the price is great ($10/g). I feel it is a fair deal. The waiting room could be revamped to accomodate more people.”

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  • “Good service and quality edibles. However the bud is terrible. Every strain in the dispensary looks the same. All having the same physical attributes(light, fluffy and dry). They also sell "Open"s which would be a great thing. However, every Open cartridge that you buy has a different amount of oil in it. They claim to be 420mg but it can't be true considering that sometimes you get a full cartridge and other times you get a semi-full cartridge. I don't know if they don't think people notice or what, but, regardless they need to make some adjustments.”

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  • “Professional ,inviting ,friendly staff ,and clean”

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  • “Convenient location, nice people, good product at a reasonable price. I wish they had a greater variety in stock, but what they typically have (5 or 6 strains) is understandable for a rural location like this.”

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