12 Deals of Christmas

12 cannabis Deals of Christmas at House of Grass Vancouver dispensary

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Mary Jane’s House of Grass in Vancouver! Enjoy these amazing deals and save some dough this holiday season. Pick up something for yourself, or gift something different this year. We’ll even gift wrap it for you for just $2! But hurry, these deals end Christmas day and only while supplies last.

Stop In Now – These Deals Won’t Last Long!

PHONE: 360.433.2758

8312 E Mill Plain
Vancouver, WA 98664

HOURS: Daily 8am to 11pm

Flower Deals:

$8/g RGL Private Reserve flower (limit 1/cust)
$5/g select strains (limit 1/cust)
$7/g Select Fireline strains
Select Cloud9 strains $10/g & $35 1/8ths
25% Off flower from these farms; Green Mountain Valley, Knights Hemplar, NW Rec

 

Concentrates & Carts Deals:

$10 Agrijuana cartridges
$16 Craft Elixirs cartridges
$20 ECC 1g Thunderbud wax
25% Off all Green Ghost Concentrates
Kush Farms .5g concentrates $15
NWCustom Chronic 1g Wax $15ea
Kai’Dro Raw mixed indica $15/g

 

Joints Deals:

$3 JCC joints
8-pack joints $20 by From the Soil
G-sticks infused joints $6ea

 

Edibles Deals:

Journeyman Couch Potatoes $18/pk
Proper chocolates 2pc $7
30% off SPOT
30% off Zoots

 

Non-Cannabis Deals:

60% off Eclipse Vapes
BOGO 50% Off Stoner Essentials
20% Off ALL Glass

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Have a Dank Thanksgiving with These Strains

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Who doesn’t love Thanksgiving? I mean, what’s not to love? Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, casserole, pumpkin pie, oh my. As much as we love the food, friends and family aspects of Thanksgiving, there can be some special issues that arise from the holiday. Here’s some of our top favorite strains and product recommendations to help get you through Thanksgiving, and all the upcoming holidays, to make them, well… dank.

Eating Lots

Get your “eatin’ pants” out for this one! Our favorite strains to help you get your eat on this Thanksgiving are a couple of classics; Girl Scout Cookies – a popular hybrid for it’s balanced effects. Cinex (we highly recommend Heavenly Buds‘ version) – a great sativa that will keep your head in the conversation and get you in a munchie mood.

Relaxing

If you’re not hosting, chances are you’re gathering for a nice relaxing day with loved ones. Our recommendations for extra relaxation and couch melting body highs are Blackberry Kush and Granddaddy Purple.

Football Viewing

Cheer your team to victory on Turkey Day with the classic sativa leaning hybrid, Dutch Treat. We love this one for the cerebral effects and lack of body effects or couch lock. It’s uplifting and slightly euphoric, so great for keeping your cool even when the opposing team scores and your uncle cheers.

Cleanup

If you’re the unlucky person left with the insurmountable cleanup task, we’ve got you covered. To help you power through, give you a lifting energy, and motivate you to get the job done, we recommend Pineapple Express or Jack Wreck.

Difficult Relatives

We love our families, right? Right? OK. Sometimes family is hard to take all at once. Don’t worry, we got you. We love Legal Beverage’s Rainier Cherry tonic for a really uplifting, euphoric feeling that can help you tackle even the most irritating relatives with a smile. It’ll make you look like a champ for handling three hours of Uncle Mert’s war stories with ease. You’re welcome.

Be it with friends or family or both, we at Mary Jane’s House of Grass wish you and yours a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. Please consume responsibly.

Cooking with Cannabis: Stoner Stir Fry

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Cooking With Cannabis

Before people began drying, curing, and smoking their cannabis, they were using it as a regular food source. Our ancient ancestors first ate the seeds for their high protein, and omega 3 content, eventually moving to the rest of the plant including the buds and the leaves. Not only does the raw plant have a wonderful array of nutrients, it can also have flavors that vary greatly from strain to strain, making it excellent for use as a spice.

While the extensive variation in taste is a benefit in and of itself, it can also be a double edged sword. There are just so many, how can you tell which one is right for your dish? Well the first thing you must do is start with a high quality cannabis, with a recent harvest date and strong terpene profile. Older, or lower quality cannabis, while cheaper, won’t have the same intensity of flavor as something nice and fresh.

Secondly, you must figure out what kind of dish you’re preparing, something spicy pairs well with earthy peppery notes. Sweeter, more pine-like flavors work wonderfully in pesto and pasta dishes. If you can’t decide on something, ask your budtender, we are more than happy to help you find just the right bud! Once you’ve figured out your meal plan and have your weed picked out, it’s time to start cooking. For some inspiration, I’ve prepared a simple recipe which I have used myself multiple times.

Stoner Stir Fry

Serves 4

● Ingredients:

○ 4 cups rice (I prefer jasmine, but any rice will do)

○ 1.5-2lbs chicken, cubed

○ 1 medium zucchini, cubed

○ 1 head of broccoli cut to small pieces

○ 2 bell peppers, 1 red, 1 yellow, chopped

○ 2-6 green chillies to taste/spice tolerance

○ ½ large onion, chopped

○ 1-2 cloves garlic to taste, minced

○ 1g ground cannabis (For this recipe I suggest something like gorilla glue or rapper kush)

○ 2 Tbs coconut oil

○ 1 Tbs soy sauce

○ 1 Tbs rice vinegar

○ 1.5 tsp smoked paprika

○ 1 tsp cumin

○ Salt and pepper to taste

 

● Begin cooking the rice by the instructions on its packaging, you will want to start this first as it will be done around the time that the stir fry is finished

● In a large skillet or wok, melt 2 tbs coconut oil and saute garlic, onion, and cannabis until onions begin to glaze or about 6-7 minutes.

● Once the garlic mixture has finished sauteing, add the chicken, paprika, cumin,salt, and pepper and allow to cook evenly.

● As the chicken finishes cooking, add the broccoli, bell peppers, zucchini, and chillies and cook until tender.

● Finally, add the soy sauce and vinegar and allow to simmer for 2 minutes

● Smoke a bowl, serve over rice and enjoy!

 

-Budtender Andrew

Recipe: Easy Infused Kickin’ Chicken

grilled infused cannabis chicken

Sometimes cooking with cannabis can be complicated, from infusing your own butter or oils, to using the whole plant. That’s why we love using products like Verdita Dragon infused syrup by Craft Elixirs. The dosing is already done for you, so you have total control of your experience. This recipe makes it outrageously easy.

Unlike trying to infuse butter or oil to cook with and not really knowing what the dose is afterward, these syrups are measured out for you already, making recipes a piece of cake. The syrup we are using for this recipe comes in a 100mg bottle that can be easily dosed to your preference.

For this simple recipe, we used a jalapeno and cannabis infused syrup to add the kick to our kickin’ chicken.

spicy cannabis infused syrup

Ingredients

4-6 thin cut chicken breasts

1/2 C extra virgin olive oil

Juice of 1 lime

salt

pepper

red pepper flakes

Verdita Dragon infused syrup by Craft Elixirs, dosed to your liking

Step 1: If the chicken breasts are not already sliced thin, place them on a cutting board and slice them horizontally through the middle with a sharp knife. Salt and pepper both sides of each piece of chicken.

Step 2: Add oil, lime juice, pepper flakes, and 40-100mg dose of Verdita Dragon cannabis syrup, depending on your desired dose per piece of chicken, to a plastic resealable bag. Shake to mix.

Step 3: Put seasoned chicken into the bag with the oil mixture and shake to coat chicken. Let sit for at least one hour, or for better infusion and flavor, overnight in the refrigerator.

Step 4: Grill chicken over medium heat, basting occasionally with the remaining sauce, and serve hot.

Serving suggestions: Serve with a slice of lime to juice over the top. Top with jalapeno slices or a spicy chimichurri to give it even more kick. Or top with a pineapple mango chutney to cut the heat.

 

Bong Bowls, What’s the Difference?

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Bong Bowls: Rubber Grommet vs. Glass-on-Glass

There was a day when most people didn’t care about what type of bong bowl they had. But the days of the cannabis connoisseur are upon us. Consumers are becoming picky, and we at Mary Jane’s House of Grass believe that to be a good thing! We want you to be picky, because that means you’re getting the best, safest, and most effective cannabis experience possible. After all, cannabis is all about enjoying life and having a good time!

So what are the two categories of bong bowls? What are the differences between the two? And most importantly, why does it matter to you as the consumer?

The Two Types

The two main categories in bong bowls are rubber grommet (also called slide bowls) and glass-on-glass. Rubber grommets are exactly like they sound. They’ll usually have an o-ring around the base of the bowl, which fits into the down stem to form a seal between the bowl and the bong itself. A glass-on-glass bowl will have a frosted glass “joint” that fits snugly into the down stem, without the need for an o-ring or other seal. It’s just the glass of the bowl joining to the glass of the bong.

These two types are both effective in creating a seal between the bowl and the bong. However, they each have their own benefits and detriments. So let’s examine the differences, and determine which type would be the best fit for you!

Rubber Grommet

Rubber grommet bowls, also called slide bowls, are generally going to be less expensive than glass-on-glass. This is because they tend to be thinner, and they do not need to be exactly the right size, since their seal comes from the rubber grommet or o-ring. Using this type of bowl is makes it easier to slide out of the down stem, making for a quicker, easier clearing of the smoke from the chamber. Whereas a glass-on-glass bowl will use friction to keep it sealed and secure, a rubber grommet bowl does not create any friction. It just “slides”.

There are definite downsides to grommet bowls. In fact, for most connoisseurs, the downsides will outweigh the upsides. Most importantly, because there is no friction locking the bowl down in place, a fair amount of airflow gets through, which means your hits will not be as efficient or strong. It also means the bowl can fall out much easier. If you’re like us, you’ve had the occasional “butt bump” of the bong, and sent the bowl crashing to the ground, stamping your ticket back to Mary Jane’s for a new one. Second, grommet bongs are usually more difficult to clean. The reason is that the down stem is attached via the grommet. Many people struggle to take it out, and even end up breaking their bong in the process, sometimes causing injury from broken glass. Not fun when you’re trying to get high!

Glass-On-Glass

Glass-on-glass bowls are the more popular choice for the cannabis connoisseur, because they form a nearly perfect seal at the joint. Whereas grommets simply sit on top of their joint, glass-on-glass bowl joints “hug” each other, forming a seal from friction. This means that the bong will be airtight in all the right places, making it easier and much more efficient to take a hit. The friction seal also makes it much harder for the bowl to slip out accidentally.

Another nice thing about glass-on-glass bowls is that they are a more ubiquitous option on the cannabis market. They are very common, and come in standard sizes of 10mm, 14mm, and 19mm. You should be able to walk into any headshop on the planet and find dozens of options for each size. And the best part is that you’ll usually find the more extravagant, beautiful designs for glass-on-glass bowls. This is for two reasons which we’ve already mentioned. 1) Glass blowers want their product to be effective and efficient as well as beautiful, and 2) Glass blowers don’t want their bowls to easily fall out of their bong (think of how hard they worked on that piece!!!).

The biggest downside to a glass-on-glass bowl is, ironically, one of its biggest upsides. The fact that the joint creates a tight seal based on friction also means that it’s not as easily maneuverable, and can get stuck when you’re trying to pull it out. It can create a tug-o-war match with your bong, and end in you ripping the bowl out and sending your weed flying across the room!

The Verdict

There’s no perfect answer for which type of bowl to buy. Many times, it will depend on which bong you already own, or which bong catches your eye in the store. However, we recommend that you take the type of bowl into account when looking for a bong, and consider these pros and cons, and decide which one will work best for you. Most importantly, when you don’t know the answer, ask your friendly budtenders at Mary Jane’s House of Grass! We’re always looking to help. It’s what makes us smile! At the end of the day, though, we want you to walk out with something that makes you happy.

It’s your world. We’re just living in it!

-Budtender Matt

What’s the Right Smoke Method For You

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If you’re reading this, chances are you partake in cannabis. Whether you prefer joints, pipes, bongs, or vaporizers, imbibing cannabis is a way of life for many of us. If you’re like me, you’re concerned with three main things; taste, smoothness, and most importantly, how high you get. We all know that these are largely dependent on the type of bud you smoke, however the method with which you consume can play just as big a role. It may surprise you to know that just by switching up how you smoke, one can significantly alter how high they get and how much bud they use to get there.

THC absorption graph methods

Most stoners will have at least one pipe in their glass collection, whereas some of us prefer the simplicity of a joint. Both methods are practical, quick, and easy, each imparting a unique taste and consistency of smoke. However, there are also certain drawbacks to these methods. Joints, if rolled improperly, can run, whereas pipes can have a tendency to be harsh. Ultimately however, the reason that I prefer other methods comes down to how high I get. When smoked in a joint, your body is only capable of absorbing between 5% and 30% of the available THC in the plant. A pipe isn’t much better at 20-40%. This discrepancy is due to destruction of THC via pyrolysis (loss by fire), loss due to sidestream smoke (the smoke which escapes when not inhaling), and additional chemicals produced by the combustion process interfering in your lung’s capacity to absorb THC.

As a step up from these more basic inhalation methods, many stoners use bongs or bubblers. Bongs filter the smoke through water, making the smoke that enters the lungs much smoother due to the removal of a large amount of the water soluble, non-cannabinoid components. This filtration combined with the reduction of sidestream smoke allow the body to absorb between 50-70% of the available THC. It goes without saying that by using a water piece, one can potentially get more out of their weed, making them a more cost effective method. Bongs and Bubblers are not without their own drawbacks however, bongs can be bulky, and bubblers don’t provide the same level of filtration and require more frequent water changes. In addition, anybody who has accidentally sucked up old bong water will agree, you cannot create a fouler substance without using nuclear material.

Finally, we have come to vaporizers. Without a doubt, vaporization is the smoothest, most efficient, and cost effective method for consuming cannabis. On many models there are different temperature settings, some even allowing you to adjust by the single degree. This variability allows one to properly volatilize nearly all of the THC within the plant, between 75-98%. In addition to squeezing nearly every metaphorical drop out of your bud, one can also achieve volatilization of nearly all of the terpenes without actually combusting them. Not only does this lead to the best possible flavor from your weed, it also improves your experience due to the interaction of these terpenes with the THC in your bloodstream. As you could imagine, a vaporizer will allow your weed to go the furthest, saving you money in the long run. In this writer’s opinion, the only drawbacks to this method are the upfront cost of the unit itself, and the fact that you simply can’t get a vape to look as pretty as well worked glass.

To put all of this in perspective, all methods of cannabis consumption have their positives and negatives. There isn’t much that beats a well rolled joint on a bright summer day, and a pipe for your bag is an essential for every stoner on the go. A fat bong rip will get you to where you want to be without scorching your lungs, using less weed in the process, and vaporizers will make you salivate from the intense flavor. Ultimately however, whether you puff a pipe, rip a bong, or sip on a vape, the most important things are that you find something that you love, you smoke responsibly, and that you stay high and happy!

-Budtender Andrew

Terpene Talk: How Terpenes Affect Your High

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Imagine your daily trip to the local Washington cannabis dispensary. You have your typical place, and probably by now, your favorite trusted budtender. But when you take a look at the menu each day, what’s the first thing you think of? Most people narrow it down to one of two things:

1. Indica vs. Sativa

2. THC Percentage

However, there is so much more to your high than the type of strain and the potency. In fact, many cannabis connoisseurs testify that they have enjoyed a batch of bud testing at 15% THC much more than a different strain from a different grower testing at 30%. This is in good part due to the strain’s terpene content.

What Are Terpenes?

Have you ever cracked open a jar of some freshly-bought Sour Diesel, and immediately been sideswiped by a rush of its citric diesel aroma? Have you ever peeled open a bag of some Dutch Treat, only to be pulled downward into a sticky patch of lemon and maple syrup? You, my friend, have experienced terpenes in their best form.

Terpenes are the naturally-occurring chemical compounds that give cannabis its unique smell and flavor. In fact, every plant on earth has terpenes, from lavender to eucalyptus, from dandelions to oak trees.

In cannabis, a strain’s specific effects also have a lot to do with its terpene profile. This is why bud that tests lower in THC can often have much more desirable effects than its higher-testing counterpart. So let’s look at the most common terpenes found in cannabis, and their effect on the high.

The Most Popular Terpenes

Myrcene

Generally when you feel like a strain has a really strong “indica-type feel”, with relaxing or sedating effects, it means that the strain is high in myrcene. Myrcene is one of the most prevalent terpenes in cannabis, and is great for relaxing your muscles and helping you sleep after a long day.

Limonene

Just like it sounds, limonene is the citric lemon terpene. In nature, it is found in, you guessed it, lemons! Popular cannabis strains like Super Lemon Haze and Pineapple Express are high in limonene. This terpene is known to have anti-carcinogenic effects, and may help fight cancer cell growth as well!

Linalool

This terpene can be found naturally in mint, lavender, and cinnamon, and also many spicy and sour types of cannabis, such as Sour Diesel and Amnesia Haze. Linalool can be used for anti-inflammatory effects, which makes it popular for users of medical cannabis in Washington.

Eucalyptol

In terms of smell, this one speaks for itself. Eucalyptol is the main extract taken from the eucalyptus plant. And in cannabis, it will be used for the same medical and therapeutic effects. Eucalyptol has a spicy aroma and is extremely helpful for general relaxation and mental clarity.

Pinene

Pinene is exactly how it sounds. It gives your bud that classic sappy pine taste and smell. It has calming effects, and can help elevate moods and induce a deep relaxation.

Alpha Bisabolol

Tough to say, but simple to recognize. Alpha Bisabolol is found in chamomile among many other plants. In cannabis, it can have anti-inflammatory and painkilling effects.

These are just a few of the dozens of terpenes that change the way you experience your cannabis. Ask your Mary Jane’s House of Grass budtender about the different terpene profiles in their favorite recreational cannabis strain. You may find that you’ll have a new favorite strain that you never knew existed. Remember; it’s not just about the THC percentage. Do yourself a favor, and try a few varieties of strains with different terpene profiles, and find which works best for you. You may find a new favorite!

-Budtender Matt

Infused Cocktails for Two

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If you’re looking to impress your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day, you may want to try one of these delicious infused cocktails. They’re simple enough for the amateur bartender, but they are sure to deliver on flavor. Perfect for a romantic dinner in, or a pre-dinner cocktail before you hit the town. None of these recipes include alcohol, but you can alter them if you would like to add a punch to your punch, if you know what I mean.

Let’s start with a classic infused margarita, or margaWEEDah. This is much like the classic alcoholic version, minus the alcohol, with a fizzy twist. The Verdita Dragon infused syrup has a nice hint of heat from jalapeno juice that makes this mocktail a real heart warmer.

MargaWEEDah (makes 2)margaweedah infused cannabis margarita cocktail recipe

4-8oz margarita mix

3-4 capfuls of Verdita Dragon infused syrup by Craft Elixirs

Juice of 1 lime

4-8oz soda water (we suggest equal parts soda/mix)

Jalapeno and lime wedge for garnish

 

 

 

cannabis infused moscow mule humboldt cocktailWe love a good Moscow Mule, so we put our own spin on it with another Craft Elixirs infused syrup – Gingergrass. It really packs a nice ginger punch. If you’re a fan of a good mule, you’ll love our Humboldt Mule cannabis infused version.

 

 

Humboldt Mule (makes 2)

8oz Ginger Beer (We love the Cock N Bull brand)

3-4 capfuls of Gingergrass infused syrup by Craft Elixirs

Juice of 1 lime

lime wedge for garnish

 

Who doesn’t love a good old-fashioned White Russian? We put our own spin on this classic cocktail using Craft Elixirs Bagley Avenue Brew syrup, which is coffee flavored and absolutely amazing. We call it the Weed Russian. This would be the perfect nightcap for snuggling up by the fire with your sweetheart. It’s also great as a simple sweetener for your morning coffee.

Weed Russian (makes 2)cannabis infused white weed russian cocktail mocktail

2-4 capfuls of Bagley Ave Brew infused syrup by Craft Elixirs

4oz soda water

4oz half and half

Serve over ice

 

Whether you’re hitting the town, or snuggling down for the night, we hope these cannabis infused mocktails will make your Valentine’s Day a sheer delight. Pick up your Craft Elixirs mixers at House of Grass.

Vancouver’s Favorite Cannabis Strains

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We asked our budtenders and our customers what their favorite strains are. Here is what the cannabis consumers of Vancouver are really diggin’.

At the top of the list is the infamous Gorilla Glue #4, otherwise known as the Colorado strain. It is a potent hybrid strain that delivers heavy-handed euphoria and relaxation, leaving you feeling “glued” to the couch. Its chunky, resin-covered buds fill the room with pungent earthy and sour aromas inherited from its parent strains, Chem’s Sister, Sour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel. Taking first place in both the Michigan and Los Angeles 2014 Cannabis Cups as well as the High Times Jamaican World Cup, this multiple award-winning hybrid’s supremacy is no longer a secret, and consumers will search far and wide to get their hands sticky with Gorilla Glue #4.

Look for it at Mary Jane’s from Sunshine Farms, Vancouver. But hurry!

Another one that is getting a lot of buzz (no pun intended) is Lemon Sweet Skunk. Lemon Skunk was conceived from two separate Skunk phenotypes that displayed exceptionally zesty lemon traits. The skunky, citrus flavor draws you in immediately, and the happy, energetic buzz will shake you out of any funk. DNA Genetics has developed Lemon Skunk as great strain for combating depression and stress.

You can also find this favorite at Mary Jane’s.

A hot new strain exclusive to us right now is Pinkberry. This is a cross between Pink 2.0 (which is also fantastic) and Plushberry. Pinkberry is an indica-dominant hybrid with powerful body-focused effects. In its exceptional variations, pink hairs burst from bright green buds barely visible under a blanket of sugar-like trichomes, with traces of a sweet vanilla and candy perfume. The potency of this strain could be considered overpowering, and even small doses are known to eliminate pain, insomnia, and appetite loss. Pinkberry induces a deep relaxation in the mind and body, with calming qualities that melt away stress.

Pink 2.0 and Pinkberry are available from Northwest Recreational at Mary Jane’s.

XJ-13 is a sativa-dominant strain cherished for both its therapeutic potency and enjoyable euphoric buzz. This hybrid cross of Jack Herer and G13 Haze induces unencumbered cerebral effects perfect for stimulating creativity and conversation. As if we needed another reason to love this lightweight sativa, XJ-13 consistently exhibits a strong citrus aroma accented by notes of earthy pine. Novice consumers looking for an easy, paranoia-free experience can depend on XJ-13 as a surefire way to relieve stress and mood-related symptoms.

We have it from Heavenly Buds.

Master Yoda has been a fan fave for years. With lab-tested THC levels that reach over 20%, strong medicine, Master Yoda is. This strain, however, is not about brute “Force,” as the original Master Yoda would know, and the sativa side of this mostly indica buzz has just enough of an uplifting balance to please just about anyone. Master Yoda clinched 1st Place at High Times Los Angeles Cannabis Cup in 2012, where the OG Kush and Master Kush cross was already a local favorite. Growers also like this strain for its hybrid resilience and its 8 week flowering time.

Also in the store now from Heavenly Buds.

One we can’t seem to keep on the shelf once we get it is Orange Crush. Orange Crush is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain with a super sweet tangy flavor and aroma. Bred with California Orange and Blueberry for parents, Orange Crush produces a powerful cerebral sensation that can last up to two hours. It has small, dense buds that contain a large amount of trichomes and many orange pistils. Orange Crush has a flowering time of 7-9 weeks and a THC content of up to 15%. Don’t let the % fool you, though, those trichomes and terpenes work wonders.

Find this in our store from Fireline.

And who could forget Snoop Dogg’s favorite, Green Crack. Few strains compare to Green Crack’s sharp energy and focus as it induces an invigorating mental buzz that keeps you going throughout the day. With a tangy, fruity flavor redolent of mango, Green Crack is the perfect daytime medication for patients treating fatigue, stress, and depression.

You can find an oil infused Green Crack joint by Willie’s Reserve, or flower by Shango at Mary Jane’s.

12 Deals of Christmas

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Looking for some sweet gifts at even sweeter prices? Here’s some outstanding deals to make gift giving for the cannabis consumers on your list even easier. Better hurry, these deals are too hot to last!

40% OFF These Items Dec 12-24th

  • All Phoenix Flower
  • All Spot Edibles
  • All Jefferson County Cannibis PreRolls
  • All Smokey Point Flower
  • All Craft Elixirs Edibles and Mixers (excludes cartridges)
  • Zoots Brand
    • ZootBites – Caramel Brownie 2 Pack
    • ZootBlast – 30mg Single
    • Zoots 2pk Kookie Dough

30% OFF These Items Dec 12-24th

  • All Fireline Flower
  • All X-tracted Concentrates
  • All Kai-Dro Hash and Keif
  • Chongs Choice Grollia Glue .5g Cartridges
  • Green Ghost Concentrates
    • 1g Honeycomb Blue Hawaiian
    • 1g Tangerine Dream
    • 1g Wax Blue Hawaiian
    • 1g Wax Girl Scout Cookie
    • 3.5g Blue Hawaiian (flower)
  • Willie’s Reserve Brand
    • 1/8 Can DJ Andy WR
    • 1g DJ Andy
    • 1g Fruit Punch
    • Pre-Rolls Aloha, Bubba Kush, Dirty Girl and Green Crack

25% OFF Any Glass Item over $200 Dec 12-24th

And don’t forget, EVERY Tuesday is Fat Tuesday! 15% OFF All 7g and larger flower packages.

Recipe: Mulled Infused Cider

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It’s winter time. Time to come inside, enjoy the fruits of the holiday season in the form of warm drinks that make us happy and our spirits bright. One of my favorite seasonal beverages is hot spiced cider, or wine, or cranberry, or whatever. As long as it’s hot and spicy.

Here’s a great recipe for mulled infused cranberry. You can sub just about any juices. Mix it up. Enjoy.

3 C cranberry juice

3 C orange juice

mulling spices (to taste)

1-2 cinnamon sticks

1 orange – cut in quarters

Lemon “Kick Back” ZootDrops

Combine juices and mulling spices in a saucepot on med heat. Add cinnamon sticks and orange quarters. Simmer as long as you can stand it (about an hour) to infuse the juice with the spices. Serve in mugs and add 1 capfull (10mg dose) of ZootDrops to each mug.

*I suggest adding ZootDrops individually so you can control your personal dose, and so that others who wish to drink plain mulled juice can do so without any THC.

Recipe: Dankest Brownie Sundae

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Love brownies? Love ice cream? Have we got a treat for you! Try this recipe on for size. Not only will you love the way it tastes, you’ll love the feeling that kicks in a bit later. The toothsome chewy brownie, plus the soft chill of the ice cream and the earthiness of the Dank chocolate syrup all combine to make a killer sundae.

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Ingredients:

1-2 10mg infused caramel espresso brownies by Zoots.

1 scoop vanilla ice cream

1 capful Dank Chocolate Syrup by Craft Elixirs (available in Indica, Sativa, or CBD)

top with whipped cream.

20-30 mg total THC (depending on number of brownies)