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Cash Payments Only.  ATMs are located on site.

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NOTES FOR DEVs

There are a lot of sections here.  Here is a breakdown of how they are. There are two sections for the header with the App Button, two for it without.  Here is the layout.

1st(top) is Desktop and Mobile header without the app button.

2nd is Tablet header without the app button.

3rd is Desktop and mobile with app button.

4th  is tablet with app button.

Will need to adjust the responsive settings for the 3rd and 4th section if we ever launch the app.

5,6 and 7th section are for mobile only and do not need changing.

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Pot Snobbery: Phenotypes

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 talking about cannabis is “phenotype.” Phenotype is a word used to describe a specific expression of a cannabis strain. To better understand this idea, let’s look to soda for some help.

There are many different types of soda – cola, root beer, lemon-lime, etc., and each type has multiple expressions. For example, if you wanted a cola, you could pick a Pepsi or a Coke. Both companies produce cola; however, they are slightly different expressions. Just like soda, there are many different types of cannabis – Dutch Treat, Blue Dream, etc., and each type has multiple expressions. Those different expressions are referred to as phenotypes. What this means is that the Dutch Treat from Doc & Yeti is going to be different in character and effect than the Dutch Treat from Phat Panda because each farm used different seeds to start their crop. Each seed carries unique genetics; therefore, each farm can produce a slightly different end-product. This is also why you can find Dutch Treat as an Indica or Sativa, or why you enjoy Dutch Treat from one grower and not the other.

So, when you are looking through the shelves at CBC, pay attention to the strain names, but also pay attention to who is growing your cannabis. Part of the fun of cannabis is finding new phenotypes to enjoy. Happy hunting!

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5402 Pacific HWY E

Fife, WA 98424

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1453 E 30th St

Tacoma, WA 98404

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3509 72nd ST E

Tacoma, WA 98443

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218 Norpoint Way NE

Tacoma, WA 98422