In previous times of hardship, political leaders sometimes promised a chicken in every pot. Nowadays we have a different kind of “pot” for tough situations! It seems like regardless of what ails you or whatever mood you would like to change or enhance, there is “essential” relief available in cannabis products.
Cannabis “lubes” are something of a misnomer, since they are actually topicals rather than lubes.
With all the knowledge we have available when making our weed purchases, there is still nothing more appealing than a jar of colorful buds.
Many industries have advocacy or networking groups, and now Washington’s cannabis industry does too. The Craft Cannabis Coalition, a non-profit organization based out of Tacoma, started a year ago with a goal of supporting and advocating for marijuana businesses statewide.
Owner Justin Wilson has spent the summer putting together plans to rename and rebrand all Satori stores POM Cannabis.
“The universe is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to become sharper.”
When asked by a Washington Examiner reporter in 2019 whether marijuana would be legalized under his watch, President Donald Trump kicked the matter back to the states to make their own decisions.
When most people read about Tyrone Ross’s life, they tend to focus on his achievements as a world-class athlete.
Have you ever wondered what dispensaries outside Washington are like?
The term “satori” comes from the Zen Buddhist tradition, and describes a moment of waking, self-awareness and greater comprehension.
My first encounter with this cannabis variety was in October 1978 at a Barter Fair in Ione.
Tinctures are a liquid delivery system that are super easy to make and can give you wonderful relief in just a few minutes.
Typically, as August rolls in, we start to think about “back-to-school” which can mean heading to a college campus or getting younger kids prepped for another K-12 year. But this year, nothing about “going back to school” will be typical.
The 2020 cannabis market is growing rapidly, and customers are becoming more educated, trying new products and incorporating cannabis into their daily lives.
Attempts to unionize Washington’s cannabis industry workers hit a couple of stumbling blocks this year – including the state Legislature and a global pandemic – but union officials say these are just minor delays.
Blythe Mosher has been fascinated by hemp since 2003, everything from hemp hearts – considered a nutritious ‘superfood’ – to hempcrete, a lightweight, durable building material.
A collaborative research effort among Washington State University researchers will explore the impact on COVID-19 on mothers and newborn children.
“It helps me feel hungry and it takes away my nausea completely. And it helps with the pain, too. And not so much that it takes away all of my pain, but it helps me mentally manage my pain better.”
A bug bite was the inspiration for Verdelux founder’s Chris Lin’s quest to create Salvation, a soothing salve that brings big relief. The aptly-named topical containing equal parts THC and CBD has been a game changer for me, relaxing tight muscles and putting a whole lot more pep in my step.
If you’re interested in cutting down on your alcohol intake, there are a number of Washington-made cannabis-infused beverages to try if you’d like something tasty to sip during social events … er, when social events are permitted again.
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