Why cannabis works for me: Groundbreaking survey sets out to discover how and why people use medical marijuana across America (Daily Mail - 1 September, 2018)

Have you heard? INSA is partnering with our friends at Cannabis Community Care and Research Network (C3RN) for a groundbreaking study to better understand why and how patients across America use medical marijuana.

The anonymous survey is a first and aims to help standardize health and safety for cannabis users and improve the health of medicinal, and recreational users.

INSA Awarded Provisional License for Recreational Retail Sales and Cultivation Expansion

EASTHAMPTON, MA – August 9, 2018 - INSA, Inc., a medical marijuana operator with dispensaries located in Easthampton and Springfield, MA, in addition to its commercial kitchen, extraction lab and state-of-the-art cultivation center all located at its headquarters in Easthampton, MA, has announced that the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) has granted three provisional licenses (cultivations, processing, and dispensary) to the company at its August 9, 2018 public meeting in Boston. With this ruling, INSA has officially begun the licensing process to allow the company to cultivate, process, and dispense cannabis for adult-use or recreational purposes. 

Easthampton pot dispensary gets provisional OK for recreational sales (Daily Hampshire Gazette - August 9, 2018)

EASTHAMPTON — A second medical marijuana dispensary in Hampshire County has received a provisional license to sell recreational marijuana.

The state’s Cannabis Control Commission on Thursday issued INSA a provisional license to sell recreational marijuana at its Easthampton store, as well as provisional licenses for processing and growing recreational marijuana at its Easthampton site.

INSA Announces Medical Cannabis Study in Partnership with Cannabis Community Care and Research Network (C3RN)

EASTHAMPTON, MA – August 2, 2018 – It seems as though the more the legal cannabis industry grows and develops, the more members of the community are becoming aware of shortfalls in statistical data and general knowledge of how cannabis is used medicinally.