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Many people in the cannabis community are celebrating the fact that Jeff Sessions was asked to step down from his position as Attorney General, and, while I agree this could be a great thing for the cannabis industry, it is also fair to say that we have no idea what this change will bring. What
One of the first things you learn when you start working in the cannabis industry is to ignore the THC% on the label. Why? Not only is there is no standardized way of testing for THC, there is also a THC variance within each plant. In short, it’s an unreliable number. Secondly, even if the
Commencement Bay Cannabis would like to cordially invite the community to be a part of the raising of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians’ Flag. Sonny Berys and Clarissa Stafford will be leading the Ceremony, alongside fellow employees and other guests. This will be a memorable moment for all in attendance! Date: November 8th, 2018 Place:
Before we knew anything about cannabis, my friends and I had a very scientific way of deciding whether the flower we had purchased was good. If you can smell it through the plastic bag…it was good. We knew nothing about the chemistry of cannabis; however, for some reason, we associated good cannabis with smell. We
Cannabis is more than a product – it is a culture, and, like every culture, it employs a unique set of words and phrases that can be confusing to outsiders. Understanding the language of the cannabis culture is vital in bringing your cannabis knowledge to the next level. A word that consistently comes up when
When it comes to purchasing flower and oils, you are faced with a few choices. Most notably, you have the Indica or Sativa choice; however, when it comes to edibles, up until quite recently, your options had more to do with the type of food you wanted rather than the type of effect. Even though