Sira Naturals

30 votes| 16 reviews
2.7 miles, Medical, Storefront, ADA Access, ATM, Debit Card
Hours Today: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm Closed
1001 Massachusetts Ave , Cambridge, MA, 02138

Sage Cambridge is open 7 days a week from 11AM-9PM! Our Cambridge dispensary is located at 1001 Mass Ave. We are on the lower level directly under the BoConcept furniture store. Come in by Dunkin Donuts and go down the stairs to the right and you’ll see our front door. The entire Sage team is working together to achieve one goal: produce the best possible medicine for the patients of Massachusetts. Period.


Sage Cambridge is open 7 days a week from 11AM-9PM! Our Cambridge dispensary is located at 1001 Mass Ave. We are on the lower level directly under the BoConcept furniture store. Come in by Dunkin Donuts and go down the stairs to the right and you’ll see our front door. The entire Sage team is working together to achieve one goal: produce the best possible medicine for the patients of Massachusetts. Period.

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11:00 am - 9:00 pm
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11:00 am - 9:00 pm
11:00 am - 9:00 pm
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Per my experience with their Davis Square dispensary, this place gave me the creeps. I'm liking Revolutionary Clinics. I bought (1st purchase) at their store in Somerville. Looking forward to their new store at Fresh Pond. Got CBD for anxiety, went home, took 2.5 hits (by my count), and promptly found myself "On the Moon", my wife stressed out, and both of us thinking about a quick trip to the Mt. Auburn emergency room (was not necessary). Got so totally buzzed = amazing quality + "sheesh, I must have some kind of cannabis sensitivity" (I did get buzzed twice in the last week on (what I thought were) tiny amounts of edibles). Will post on their page.

I think Sage is OK. They are "up there" with NETA as far as being considered decent dispensaries go (unlike Patriot care who charge a ton, don't let you see the flower ahead of time, etc.) but I still think NETA is the best. I ALSO still think we can do a LOT better with flower selection and prices but mj has to become legalized federally to really get anywhere.

Sage was the first dispensary I had the pleasure of visiting. I loved it 💯 Clean, nice, pleasant, professional, knowledgeable staff. Decent prices, a little pricey but my experience was very positive.

Sage Naturals has been my number one dispensary to go to help take care of my health needs. Their staff is quite knowledgeable when it comes to Sage's products. Each time I arrive each PA greets me, makes sure I have a updated menu, and gives details about new promos and strains. You are guaranteed a daily/weekly deal as well as holiday promos and discounts. Sage knows how to properly create a strong flavorful and consistent product that not only helps me, but brings me back every time. Their ZOOT edibles are incredible. Your able to medicate at home or on the go! Sage's personal edibles such as the caramels and honey sticks and caramels give you a superb way to micro and or macro dose. The wax and shatter have such a large terp profile. You never get a product that smells, tastes, or has the same effects. Each terp cartridge gives of a specific aroma and gives you the option to choose between a sativa, hybrid, indica, and CBD 1:1 and 4:1. Some of the top reasons for coming here too is because they have the CHEAPEST prices in the whole state. Sage is the only dispensary that creates its OWN strains. CHUCK OG is a strain that has a total THC% of 30-32.30! I absolutely can't wait to see what the future holds for Sage and the positive growth ahead!

The first thing that struck me as odd is that Sage, unlike NETA, does not separate their edibles into sativa, indica, hybrid, etc. In fact, not one of the employees were able to tell me what type of cannabis I would be ingesting. The thing that really upset me though, is how I was treated when one of their products had a really negative effect on me. I spent $75 on this essential oil that made me incredibly anxious (I am treating for anxiety). I was hoping to be able to exchange it for some flower (flower is one of the only items they are able to separate into families at Sage). Suffice it to say, they thought that that was amusing at Sage. They pretty much told me it was too bad if one of their products made me ill, and gave me 10% off my order, which added up to about $3. When I told the manager there how NETA would handle it, the employee that had been dealing with me piped up to imply that NETA wasn't being "compliant" by offering me store credit on a product that had a negative effect. This information is completely false, yet another indication that you should not trust your health to Sage. Sage is the closest dispensary to me, but I have to say, I will spend the extra half hour in the car to go to NETA, as I know I will be taken care of.

Sage recently opened, and have had some growing pains. They will be great as new strains come in and packaging improves on the flower because they operate as a team and value communication and patient welfare. g. Here is why I will continue to support them: First visit to try the 10% senior discount on Tuesday resulted in some great Cindy 99 and some dry Sour Kush. Since they prepackage flower, patients cannot inspect what they are buying until later. They also have a confusing inventory of different THC levels and different packaging dates for the same strain which your patient care person can fine tune for you, provided you know to ask for the THC level you want and are aware of the packaging dates on the package. Presumably this inventory situation will improve as their volume picks up and new strains come in. They also seem to be switching flower packaging to foil lined resealable bags instead of the canisters, which is an improvement. In the prepacked canisters, they have learned to include a Boveda pack to maintain humidity during storage. These work. The dry lot I got did not have a Boveda pack, so they gave me one and showed me how to use it. 24 hours later, the dry Kush is back to optimal condition. Bottom line: Excellent, responsive customer service, modern, attractive decor, and great quality flowers which their newsletter indicates will have a larger number of strains, some of which over 30%THC.

Just like not all vodka is the same so is bud and other products. Tried Sage for the first time this weekend. I feel like I have been ripped off. Great products, good quality, Yes Sage I will be back. Ill take Gray Goose over house any day.

Not sure how I feel about Sage after a half dozen trips there. The staff is very nice and helpful, although most of the budtenders seem to have only entry level knowledge of the cannabis industry at best. One visit I asked how the shatter was, all 6 employees on the floor stated that they hadn't tried it, so I didn't buy any. The wax is great both 24k and Og18. big plus as it's sugar ethanol extraction not bho. the rosin is ok, but I've had tastier rosin made on a hair straightener, if they're using a commercial press should be top notch terps! prerolls are hefty and a good deal but inconsistent testing.

This dispensary is literally the worst one of all. Even worse than brockton (which i thought was impossible) the flower was packaged in january! It was hard as a rock. Then they exchanged one of my 3g containers for another "3g" container but when i weighed it there was only 2.6gs. Do not waste your time going here.

Sage Naturals is a very good dispensary. They have excellent quality products but their selection is a little limited, especially compared to nearby dispensaries in Boston. Good price, nice location within walking distance of Harvard Square, friendly staff.

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