Boston’s First Cannabis Dispensary opens their 2nd location

Did you know that Pure Oasis was the first recreational cannabis shop in the city of Boston? After a wildly successful launch of their premier location in Dorchester, Pure Oasis recently launched their newest dispensary at 85 Devonshire Street!

Situated in the heart of the Boston community, the new Pure Oasis store represents a significant step in the brand’s journey to create a welcoming and educational environment for both newcomers and seasoned cannabis enthusiasts. In other words, if you have questions, ask and the staff at Pure Oasis is happy to answer them!

Known as a company dedicated to social equity and local involvement, Pure Oasis is deeply rooted in the community it serves. The new store is more than just a place to purchase cannabis products; it’s a hub for learning, connection, and empowerment. With a focus on local collaborations, partnerships, and initiatives, Pure Oasis seeks to drive positive change by supporting local artists, organizations, and events.

Founded with a strong commitment to social equity and education, Pure Oasis hopes to be a beacon of positivity and progression throughout Boston.

To learn more about Pure Oasis’ mission, vision, and commitment to the community, please visit here or call 617-420-6838 to learn more about their Downtown Boston location.

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  1. Koz October 3, 2023 at 7:53 am - Reply

    I never knew there are so many social benefits from a weed store. “Dedicated to social equity & local involvement”. So do we all get invited to the same pot parties to achieve lsocial equity? “Do locals nodding off stoned represent” local involvement”? “It’s a Hub for, learning, connections & empowerment” How do you write that with a straight face
    A”beacon of progression & positivity”. Most stoners I know aptly fit that description. Think of Spikole in Fast Times at Ridgemont High yelling “ hey dude, let’s study” ! Call it what it is “Dope”!

    • Alexander Laitinen October 19, 2023 at 3:46 pm - Reply

      Yo coz – so I work for them and have been for a few months, their hiring practices are all from communities who were affected by the war on drugs. Be it people who came from families who were incarcerated on marijuana charges, or who were Otherwise impacted negatively due to fear politics surrounding marijuana in the 80s and 90s.
      When you think of community, it doesn’t always mean every single member of the community getting affected personally on an individual level, But by being here, while enforcing laws to help make pot safer and keeping it out of the hands of people who will sell it to children and/or lace it, we are helping to benefit the whole community through pot.
      Just a different perspective, but when you say “how can you write this with a straight face” it might just be that you’re not thinking out of the box enough on how that could come to life.

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