Starting on Thursday, July 19th and continuing on Thursdays and Fridays through the rest of the summer, our Plymouth dispensary located at 9 Collins Avenue will be open from 10:00 AM until 6:00 PM, giving you an extra hour to drop in!
Debit Card Use Temporarily Discontinued
The Plymouth location offers CanPay free of charge to our patients - as an alternative to cash - and Mashpee will have the same service soon.
NO RECREATIONAL SALES RECREATIONAL SALES HAVE NOT BEEN APPROVED AT TRIPLE M's DISPENSARIES. WE WILL PROVIDE UPDATES ON THIS WEBSITE WHEN WE HAVE MORE INFORMATION.
This is a bananaesque hybrid of two legendry strains; OG Kush of the West Coast and Skunk Haze. This hybrid is indica dominant with the indica-sativa ratio of 60:40. The THC range of Banana Kush in flower is 18-25%, whereas the CBD level is nearly 0.1%. Capable of giving an substantial high, this potent indica is highly sleep inducing, therefore it is prescribed for night-time use. People usually find it nearly impossible to stay awake for long after taking Banana Kush, therefore it would be better if the patient took it an hour prior to sleeping. The qualities of this strain are known to cure sleep disorders and insomnia given the sedative property. However, this is also given to those who are caught in painful conditions or are fighting a stress battle. It has also helped people suffering from glaucoma, muscular tensions and eating disabilities. It has a nice fruity taste and a sweet banana-like smell.
Granddaddy Purple is a strain that provides full-body relaxation with incredible flavor. Reports indicate that Granddaddy Purple is an excellent choice for rest and recovery. A fantastic choice for nighttime use as patients report it fights off insomnia with ease. It has a great fragrance which helps to both create a euphoric cerebral effects as well as a full- and intense- body relaxation.
Relaxed, Sleepy, Happy, Euphoric
Smells Like: Sweet Berries
Pain, Arthritis, Migraines, Stress, Depression, Insomnia, Lack of Appetite, Nausea, and Muscle Spasms.