Ditch the Ditch Weed

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At Mary Jane’s we have a reputation for being the best at what we do. Naturally that carries into our new full-service cannabis location as well. As our customers have noted, the quality of bud at Mary Jane’s House of Grass is superior. Why is that?

We’ve searched the state of Washington for the very best farms and growers. We know there’s more to growing cannabis than the final product; our buyers are also experienced growers. We expect the highest quality from seed to sale. Which means, we inspect the farms, research each farm’s growing and curing techniques from the soil to the final trim and packaging process. Every step in the seed to sale process matters to us. We test each product before we buy it to ensure the best quality. Then, as each order comes in, we inspect every single package to make sure that our customers will get the top quality they expect from Mary Jane’s. Does it take more time? Of course. But we believe our customers are worth it.

“The Happy Hills Strawberry I got at Mary Jane’s is the best Strawberry I’ve ever had, and I’ve tried every Strawberry strain known to man!”

  • Matt, Vancouver

What does this mean for you? It means, when you walk into Mary Jane’s House of Grass, you can expect every cannabis item in the store to meet our exacting standards. You can feel comfortable knowing that we’ve questioned our growers on pesticide use, fertilizer use, extraction methods, and other proprietary grow information.  At Mary Jane’s you can feel confident in knowing you’ll get the best quality bud. We want you to feel safe knowing where your cannabis comes from. After all, you intend to put it in your body, and we take that pretty seriously.

 

The New Symbol of Recreational Marijuana

web_symbolofrecSome years ago the world of medical marijuana adopted a green cross as their universal symbol. It was a great way to easily spot a dispensary. A large green cross, like the ever-familiar and welcoming Red Cross we all know, but green. It made it easy to advertise as well as easy to recognize. It has since become the beacon to MMJ users.

With recreational marijuana being a bold new frontier, it lacks a universal symbol to beckon to recreational users. We simply haven’t had the time in the marketplace yet to build that recognition. Recreational cannabis needs a symbol, similar to the cross, simple in design and easy to spot at a quick glance. Oh, and it needs to be green.

In Washington State, medical will soon merge with recreational with the passing of House Bill 5052 in 2015. That adds to the urgency of the need for a new symbol, because as a recreational retail establishment, we’re still not allowed by law to use the cross. That may change, but we don’t know.

In the limiting world of I-502 signage, we have to get creative. So here is the symbol that could help our new Washington I-502 stores combat that problem. It’s the green asterisk (*). Simple. Bold. Easy to spot from the road as you’re searching for the new pot shop in your area.

So keep an eye out for this symbol. It will lead you to good things.