142 East 39th Street
(between Lexington & Third Avenue)
New York NY 10016
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Short ProfileNew York City medical marijuana dispensary
ProfileEtain Cultivates, Manufactures, and Dispenses only the highest quality medical marijuana products for the patients of New York State.
Etain's mission is to improve the quality of life for patients in New York State by providing access to the highest quality, pharmaceutical-grade medical marijuana treatments available. Further, we are committed to research, discovery, and advocacy in pursuit of healthy solutions for diseases, conditions, and the management of debilitating symptoms for patients everywhere.
WHAT THEY DO
Etain cultivates, manufactures, and dispenses the highest-quality medical marijuana products available on the market. We give patients safe, legal access to palliative medicines for effective treatment of debilitating symptoms and diseases. With dispensary locations in Syracuse, New York City, Kingston, and Yonkers they’re providing compassionate care to the citizens of New York State.
NEW YORK CITY DISPENSARY
Etain's New York City medical marijuana dispensary was chosen and designed with conscious attention to both geographic access and aesthetic appeal.
It is a short walk from Grand Central and is centrally located in Manhattan to provide convenient access to care for as many medical marijuana patients as possible in the New York area.
The interior decoration was planned and implemented by Keeley Peckham, Etain's Chief Cultivation Officer, whose experience extends beyond the careful cultivation of cannabis plants to skill as an artist.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10am – 6pm
Thursday: 12pm – 7pm
Saturday: 11am – 5pm
WHO THEY ARE
Etain is a family-run, women-owned medical marijuana dispensary committed to manufacturing clean, safe, and consistent medical marijuana products for the patients of New York State. Etain, LLC is a registered organization providing medical marijuana products under the New York Compassionate Care Act enacted July, 2014.