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Maryland Dispensary Review: Four Green Fields

"Deli-style flower leads to deli-style pricing, and you can expect to get a solid deal."

Photo by Wyatt Early

Four Green Fields opened in November 2018, and is legitimately surrounded by green fields in all directions. Owner Beth MacLeod became a Cannabis advocate after watching friends battle with Lyme Disease and cancer. She never thought she would end up in the Cannabis industry, but after some education and consideration she took the leap. Now Four Green Fields is able to provide a critical service for patients in need.

Menu at Four Green Fields
Photo by Wyatt Early Menu at Four Green Fields

Setting and Vibe 

The big open sales floor of this dispensary reminds me of a yoga studio, bringing a feeling of comfortability and elegance. Staff members are warm and welcoming, in addition to having a deep knowledge and understanding of the products they sell. Whether you want to spend five minutes inside and get out, or spend an hour talking about products and your ailment, they have you covered.

Maryland Dispensary Review: Four Green Fields
Photo by Wyatt Early Maryland Dispensary Review: Four Green Fields

Flower

Deli-style flower leads to deli-style pricing, and you can expect to get a solid deal without having to visit on a specific day or time. Brands like Evermore, Curio, Grassroots and ForwardGro frequent the shelves here. They have a solid understanding of what their patient base is looking for, and keep it around to meet their needs. They also have CBD flower available from local sources.

Inside Four Green Fields
Photo by Wyatt Early Inside Four Green Fields

Concentrates

From delectable badders and budders to pain-relieving RSO, there are some great options here for getting started with concentrates. Many patients are gaining deeper interest in this arena, and having a proper introduction can make all the difference in people forming opinions on concentrate products.

Inside Four Green Fields
Photo by Wyatt Early Inside Four Green Fields

Edibles

Chews for days! The edible menu here is dominated by chews, and the variations of flavor and potency can be very helpful for patients new and old. Edible regulations are changing in Maryland, so we can expect to see new product types coming out over the next year.

MK Ultra from Curio Wellness at Four Green Fields
Photo by Wyatt Early MK Ultra from Curio Wellness at Four Green Fields

Product Review

MK Ultra by Curio Wellness

29.4% THC and 2.2% Terpenes

Curiowellness.com @curio_wellness

Busting open this deli-style flower bag unveiled light green buds covered with bright orange pistils. The scent can be best described as a sweet, pungent and earthy blend of myrcene and linalool. With myrcene being the dominant terpene, I used this strain for high stress days to remain productive while crushing anxiety.

Outside Four Green Fields
Photo by Wyatt Early Outside Four Green Fields

Web: fourgreenfieldsllc.com

Address: 3518 Conowingo Rd, Street, MD 21154

Hours: MON-SAT 10am – 7pm, CLOSED SUNDAYS

Photos by @errlywyatt

About Wyatt Early

Wyatt is a Maryland native, stoner by nature, obsessor of hash rosin. After getting his start in the printing industry with a family company, he took on the role as state director for Maryland Leaf, and frequently contributes to the magazine with photos and articles.

This article was originally published in the June 2021 issue of Maryland Leaf.

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