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Strain of the Month: Black Mamba

Very frosty, mixed with light and dark green hues, highlighted with fine reddish, golden pistils.

Season of giving: Cannabis companies face challenges when donating

While non-profit organizations often depend on local support, many aren’t willing or able to accept donations from the legal cannabis industry.

Glassblowers give back with annual toy drive

About 50 glass artists participate in Brandon Welk’s annual toy drive to give kids in need something special for the holidays.

Biochar creates a ‘happy habitat’ for cannabis plants

A new-but-old option growing technique Biochar is a soil additive from Third Eye Organix, a family-operated company based in Spokane.

Smaller farms hope to benefit from LCB proposals

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board is seeking to allow smaller cannabis growers to increase their size, along with other legislative proposals.

Strain of the Month: LA Cookies

The spicy myrcene comes through as minty with a slight marigold scent from the female parent while the male side provides a nice citrus background.

Cannabis apps are at your fingertips

You use apps for just about everything. Do you use them for cannabis?

Billows of Haze gets creative with hybrids, names

Three years ago, Alyse Honnold faced a choice: go to school for a master’s degree in physical therapy or expand her medical cannabis growing operation into the adult-use/recreational market.

New grant looking at possible CBD health benefits

In July, the School of Medicine at the University of California, Riverside, received its first cannabis grant to investigate the impact of long-term cannabis exposure on metabolic diseases.

Q&A: Weed It and Reap

While I would prefer my lawn to be full of cannabis plants rather than dandelions, it doesn’t quite grow exactly like a weed.

Get Cozy: Seasonal strains for fall

Tired of pumpkin spiced everything? How about some equally comforting strains of cannabis?

Veterans concerned about benefits hesitant to use, discuss cannabis

Some studies show that as many as 1 in 4 veterans report that they are consuming cannabis for therapeutic purposes.

The Pheno Project: Is it nature or nurture that makes the strain?

In a new industry with scant historical research and measurable data, it’s hard to tell with empirical confidence exactly where that magic comes from.

How to safely dispose of cannabis products, paraphernalia

Increasing sales and consumption of cannabis also leads to additional refuse and waste, raising questions about safe disposal of product and packaging.

What is it about Whatcom County cannabis?

What King County leads the state in gross sales, Whatcom County has the most retailers and producers per capita in Washington.

Gracious Guests, Hosts with the Most

Learn some holiday ‘high-time’ etiquette, like how and when to partake, what behavior is appropriate, and various tips for gifts and offerings.

I Can’t Sleep! Can Cannabis Help?

Many in the medical marijuana community call cannabis an effective natural treatment for many sleep disorders, with little to no side effects.

Pono Farms bring Hawaii to the Northwest

Richard Present opened the Cheney-based cannabis company with co-owners Mike and Sheri Tullis to grow a “righteous” product while making a difference in the industry.

Stoners and scary movies come together for Halloween viewing

Whether you’re consuming or just watching characters that do, there are plenty of cannabis-fueled movies that may lead to screams of laughter or terror.

Strain of the Month: Red Congolese

The seeds from these tall wispy, narrow-leafed plants were brought from the Congo region and crossed with a top-quality Mexican and landrace Afghani plants.

Do hemp seeds live up to the superfood hype?

“There are myriad studies that correlate the compounds within hemp seeds to health benefits,” said nutritional therapy practitioner Ammi Midstokke.

The High Life: Find a cannabis-friendly getaway in the trees

Tree House Joint is a cannabis-friendly, 21-and-older bed and breakfast in Monroe, Wash.

Infused sweets are tailored to your taste

Much of the interest in infused-gummies coincides with the popularity of microdosing, which has become popular with those reluctant to use cannabis in less precise ways, like smoking or vaping.

Have a Heart: A name and a mission

One of the Seattle-based company’s mottos is, “Good Vibes Are on the Way.”

Hemp CBD food products not allowed in Washington

Former FDA chief Scott Gottlieb received plenty of headlines in August when he reminded consumers that food products containing cannabidiol (CDB) derived from hemp plants remain federally illegal.

The 3 Rs: Resin, rosin and live resin

What makes these cannabis concentrates different?

Flowers of the Sun

Outdoor cannabis growers find reward in a challenging endeavor.

Peel and Stick: Derma patches offer new option for pain relief

Cannabis-infused patches are believed to be effective because they allow for immediate infusion into the bloodstream via the skin

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Podcasts inform, entertain cannabis community

“Just like pre-rolls, a podcast is all about convenience,” says “Talking Hedge” host Josh Kincaid.