Marks Organix is proud to offer organic, pharmaceutical-grade medical marijuana flower and edibles to patients in Kittery and beyond. Please visit our caregiver home occupation at 134 State Road in Kittery!
The founder of Marks Organix boasts a long career of cultivating and curating plants and landscapes in general before turning to cannabis. His first entrepreneurial venture was a turf management company that was extremely successful. Dismayed at the great number of Maine patients who lost their quality of life to prescription opioids, Mark wanted to turn his green thumb to healing. He began growing medical cannabis and employed his years of cultivation experience to yield top-quality medicinal cultivars. After fine-tuning his methods and creating cannabis medicines to suit a variety of health concerns, Marks Organix is proud to offer a dedicated caregiver storefront right off the traffic circle on State Road in Kittery.
Marks Organix’ cannabis provides York county patients with a robust variety of top-quality medicines from which to choose. He cultivates his flowers, sourced from local breeders and stable genetics, with nutrient-rich soil and absolutely zero pesticides. Patients may sample different flower strains, with an assortment of tinctures, capsules, concentrates, and edibles all thrown into the mix. All of Marks Organix’ products undergo lab testing for quality assurance.
Patients seeking to sign up with Marks Organix simply connect with their operation by phone, email, or text. Once Marks Organix confirms their status as a patient, they’ll schedule a first meeting at each patient’s convenience.
Marks Organix is based in Kittery, Maine,.
We now have a medical storefront at 134 State Road in Kittery.
Kittery/Eliot/York lie near the southern tip of Maine and shares a namesake with York County. Dissected by Interstate-95, York is home to the historic Nubble Lighthouse and its surrounding park and ocean views. The York Wild Kingdom combines zoo exhibits with amusement park rides and draws visitors across York County to its offerings. The Long Sands Beach has plenty of parking, with beachside restaurants and gift shops to explore. The York River flows into the Atlantic Ocean at York Harbor, while Greystone Manor’s historic estate overlooks Weare Point. There are many different Historic sites in Kittery as well, including Fort McClary, Fort Foster, and Sea Point Beach.
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10% off your first order, or 15% if your order is over $100. We also throw an extra treat in the bag for orders over $100, your first time and every time you come back.
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Medical Retail: CGR25553
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