Who Are We?

Alchemy League is the first Black, Veteran, Female, and LGBTQ+ economic empowerment-owned business in Massachusetts on track to sell recreational and medical cannabis. Our mission is to increase access to plant medicine and drive economic growth in our community.

We will be offering a wide variety of high quality, local cannabis products, sold by knowledgeable and well trained staff to help you find exactly what you need. Alchemy League will also offer the ability to schedule appointments with onsite professional consultants, nurses, and practitioners for any guidance, questions, and or concerns you may have about your cannabis consumption. We’re here to meet your needs in whatever way we can!

Accessibility is a priority for our business, so we will be offering products and services for both abled and differently abled people alike. These services will include phone and/or online service, as well as delivery for everyone’s convenience!

Our Vision

Alchemy League's vision is to increase patient’s access to plant medicine and to spark economic growth in the local community.

Our Mission

Alchemy League's mission is to provide the most lovingly-grown, high-quality cannabis in Massachusetts, plus local and sustainably made ancillary products including plant-based remedies, clothing, wellness products, and other relevant goods and services.

Having a diverse and inclusive environment is a high priority to Alchemy League, and guests can expect to see educated staff of all ages, races, genders, and orientations, — as well as those who are abled and differently abled. It is important that we reflect our customers and community to give you the best possible experience, and fulfill our pledge to diversify the cannabis industry.

Empowerment through education is vital and we also intend to spread education. Say hello to our own homegrown program called “The Miseducation of Cannabis”, an in-person and online education and support program for anyone who struggles with addiction and/or pain management. There’s a lot of misinformation about cannabis, and it’s time to set the record straight and get help to the people that need it the most.

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