Meet KindRun!

KindRun is a Social Equity, Veteran-owned and woman-led business offering residential cannabis delivery in Massachusetts. Ordering from KindRun is a true e-commerce experience: our clients browse and order products, schedule delivery and pay online. Receiving an order at home requires just an ID check and signature! We offer secure, compliant, digital payment options from KindTap which means KindRun is a 100% cashless operation. A cashless business means lower cost and increased safety for our clients and business. We carefully curate our menu to offer a full range of products, featuring diverse and independent brands from the thriving Massachusetts market – and we’re always open to requests!

Diversity & Inclusion

The KindRun team represents the diverse communities we serve by hiring inclusively and building relationships that promote equality and humanity. More unique perspectives means more creative solutions to the challenges we face. As a cannabis company, KindRun believes it is our responsibility to help repair the social harms caused by the prohibition of cannabis, and to
work towardsbuild a more-perfect industry.

Cannabis Consumer Education

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This product has not been analyzed or approved by the FDA. There is limited information on the side effects of using this product, and there may be associated health risks. Marijuana use during pregnancy and breast-feeding may pose potential harms. Pursuant to M.G.L. c. 90, § 24 it is against the law to drive or operate a vehicle under the influence of Marijuana and machinery should not be operated when under the influence of Marijuana. KEEP THIS PRODUCT AWAY FROM CHILDREN. There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. The intoxicating effects of edible products may be delayed by two hours or more. In case of accidental ingestion, contact poison control hotline 1-800-222-1222. This product may be illegal outside of MA.

What are THC and CBD?

THC and CBD are the two main compounds found in the cannabis plant. These compounds are called cannabinoids. There are over 85 cannabinoids in cannabis, but THC and CBD are the most abundantly researched. THC Is the cannabinoid typically attributed to the plant’s psychoactive effects. CBD Is the minimally psychoactive cannabinoid that may relieve anxiety, inflammation, and more.

Dosing and Duration: Start Low, Go Slow

Proper dosing of cannabis varies by the individual. Consumers with limited cannabis should begin with no more than 5 mg THC per serving, and adhere to general consumption guidelines before consuming more. The following information is offered for guidance purposes only; remember every body reacts differently to cannabis.

Delivery method
Onset of effects
Peak of effects
Offset of effects
Smoking, Vaporization
90 seconds
20 minutes
Up to 3 hours
90 minutes
4 hours
Up to 12 hours


Never mix marijuana and marijuana products with alcohol.

Anxiety and Paranoia

Anxiety and paranoia may accompany over-ingestion of THC. If you experience feelings of anxiety and paranoia, stay calm and remain in a comfortable, safe environment. The effects will pass with time.

Children and Pets

Never expose cannabis to children or pets. Always store cannabis products in a locked area that is out of sight and access of children and pets. Keep cannabis in its original child-resistant packaging. Secondhand cannabis smoke contains THC and other chemicals that can negatively affect the health of children and pets. If you think a child may have ingested cannabis, call the local Poison Control Center at 800-222-1222. If a child needs immediate medical help, call 911.


If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or plan to become pregnant soon, leading doctors’ organizations recommend that you do not use marijuana. Smoking marijuana or consuming edible cannabis products can expose your baby to potentially harmful substances.

Vehicle Operation

Driving under the influence of marijuana or marijuana-infused products is a crime. (M.G.L. c. 90, 24) Marijuana can impair your driving skills by slowing your reaction time, coordination, and concentration and may increase your risk of getting into a car crash. Remember, if you feel different, you drive differently.

Tolerance, Dependence and Withdrawal

Some people who use marijuana long term and are trying to quit report mild withdrawal symptoms that make quitting difficult. Some people may also experience addiction and show the signs and symptoms of drug abuse:

  • Neglecting responsibilities at work, school, or home due to drug use
  • Using drugs under dangerous conditions or taking risks while high
  • Building up a drug tolerance
  • Causing problems in relationships
  • Taking drugs to avoid or relieve withdrawal symptoms
  • Abandoning enjoyed activities
  • Losing control over drug use, feeling powerless to stop

If you or someone you know needs help with substance abuse, help is available. Please visit: or see NIH Drug Facts Resources for more information.

Distribution vs. Gifting

You may not sell marijuana to any other individual. For first offenders, possessing over 1 ounce of marijuana with the intent to manufacture, distribute, dispense are punishable by a fine of $500-$5,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 2 years. In Massachusetts you can share or gift up to 1 ounce of cannabis, or 5 grams of cannabis concentrate, with adults ages 21 and over, without any form of compensation.


You can consume marijuana and/or marijuana infused products in a private space where smoking and/or vaping are allowed. Smoking in public is prohibited by state and local laws.


Never drive under the influence. Keep your cannabis in a secure area of your vehicle, out of reach of the driver and passengers. Stay in Massachusetts: Do not cross state lines with marijuana.

Purchase Limits

Consumers 21+ can purchase up to one (1) ounce of marijuana flower or up to 5 grams of marijuana concentrate per day. An individual possessing more than the one-ounce legal limit outside the residence may be penalized by up to 6 months imprisonment/$500 fine.

Categories and Effects

Many cannabis consumers follow these guidelines for categorizing the effects of cannabis products, based on the sub-species of the Cannabis sativa plant. This information is provided as guidance only; every body is different.

  • Sativa: Generally cerebral in effect, recommended for uplifting characteristics and daytime use.
  • Hybrid: Generally balanced between Sativa and Indica effects, recommended for relaxing, balanced and blissful effects.
  • Indica: Generally relaxing and sedative effects, and recommended for night-time.

Tracking Use and Effects

KindRun encourages our clients to maintain a product log to track cannabis use and effects. Here’s a handy template to get you started:

Date of Use
Brand Name
Delivery Method