Dave and Tina Comeau started working in the cannabis industry more than 10 years ago as medical growers and processors before launching Better Buds retail stores in 2016.
In the current line-up of cannabis varieties, finding a non-hybridized strain with a one-word name is a rare occurrence.
On Puget Sound’s largest island, the enduring appeal of cannabis transcends even the greatest political and social divisions.
After almost two years of accepting comments on the 2014 hemp pilot program and 2018 Farm Bill directive to regulate hemp production in the U.S., the Department of Agriculture announced its final rule on Jan. 15.
A professor of psychiatry named Laura Coughlin, who participated in study conducted at the University of Michigan, stated that “while weed is indeed less dangerous than some other drugs, it is not without risks.”
For much of the past year, the threat of the COVID-19 virus has overshadowed one obvious fact: the major cause of death in America traditionally has been heart disease.
Cannabis is a popular substance that has been used – legally or illicitly – for thousands of years.
Heylo Cannabis specializes in high-terpene extracts, rare cannabinoid strains, and providing memorable cannabis experiences all with a mission to help anyone get more out of life.
The Washington Sungrowers Industry Association, a trade group of cannabis producers and processors from around the state, recently recognized more than 30 industry members for their efforts and accomplishments.
Though the recreational marijuana market can be volatile, it seems that what is driving legalization is equal parts of individual consumer desire, as it is COVID-19 devastated states’ desire to grow tax revenue.
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Although an increasing number of states are relaxing restrictions on growing cannabis at home, Washington is not one of them, as of press time.
Maybe it’s just me, but it seems harder to find a place with a good selection of single grams.
When a ferocious wildfire started near Ashland, Ore., glass artist Lacey Walton, better known as LaceFace Glass online, said she could see a cloud of smoke the size of a city block from her home.
In spite of more legalization and acceptance, smoking pot and skiing remains one of those “don’t ask, don’t tell” activities.
Remember the days when you had to hit up that neighborhood college student for pot? You took your chances taking whatever he had on hand: maybe good, maybe bad, maybe some really dry stuff on occasion.
While compared to almost every other bioactive substance cannabis is incredibly safe and well-tolerated, low relative risk means there’s still risk.
Growing up in the Dominican Republic in the 1980s and early 1990s, it was always made clear that marijuana consumption would make you a “tecato,” meaning a person with no future who will never amount to anything.
COOKIES, a retail cannabis and lifestyle brand, recently opened its first Washington location.
For most of the past year, COVID-19 reigned as the world’s main health concern. Yet even then, as now, the No. 1 cause of death around the world involved the human heart.
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