|Monday:||10:00 AM - 06:00PM|
|Tuesday:||10:00 AM - 06:00PM|
|Wednesday:||10:00 AM - 06:00PM|
|Thursday:||10:00 AM - 06:00PM|
|Friday:||10:00 AM - 06:00PM|
From its location in Brandon, Grassroots serves the southern region of Vermont, including Proctor, Chittenden, Benson, Salisbury and the surrounding area. It’s easily accessible from Route 7 south of Middlebury on the western side of Rutland City Forest.
From Route 7, you will find Lovers Lane just north of Pine Hill Cemetery. The dispensary will be on your left with plenty of free parking.
Grassroots produces about a dozen different strains of cannabis — some from common rootstock and others bred exclusively by Grassroots. Each type of medical marijuana plant offers a different ratio of THC to CBD and a different balance of Sativa and Indica.
Each strain is labeled with their contents to make it easy to match up with your doctor recommendations. A description of the effects and a list of conditions treated are also available for each strain.
They also sell some concentrates, pre-rolled products and tinctures. The variety of medical cannabis products is designed to accommodate patients’ unique needs.
You must make an appointment to attend the Grassroots Dispensary, as they do not allow walk-in patients. They will charge a $25 fee if you do not show up for your appointment. You will need a valid medical marijuana card that lists Grassroots Vermont as your designated dispensary and a separate photo ID.
Grassroots Dispensary only accepts cash for payment, so you should be prepared for that. You will also need to bring a locked container to carry your cannabis home in.
Grassroots Vermont is a family-owned and -operated business that provides world-class products. The purity of their cannabis products is an important element this Vermont-based business offers patients struggling with debilitating conditions. Their growing operation is clean and efficient so they can offer affordable medical marijuana solutions to patients’ symptoms.
All of their cannabis is cultivated in Vermont, the medicines are manufactured in the state and products are sold only to Vermont residents.