High-Quality Cannabis Flower

Today, cannabis has grown to serve a variety of purposes – which warrants its legality. From medical to recreational, industrial, and even spiritual use, cannabis associates itself the most with smoking. Even with the many cannabis products now available, nothing comes close to the classic cannabis flower.


Flower Power: High-Quality for a Quality High

Check out our wide selection of locally grown flowers, like Sunshine Farms’ Washington Glue. A hybrid Sativa with a tinge of Indica traits, Washington Glue offers a pine, earthy, and sour flavor. Relaxation and clarity are its foremost effects.

Dutch Brothers Farms, another local cultivator of world-class strains, offers Cookie Wreck. It has a THC content of 15.6 percent, and by its name alone, you know it’s a hybrid. With Girl Scout Cookies and Trainwreck as its parents, you’re going to taste sweet, earthy, and vanilla flavors. Recommendable for both recreational and medical use, Cookie Wreck has a full-body effect that soothes body aches.

Out of nearly 12,000 ratings in Leafly and an overall rating of 4.4 stars, Blue Dream is still the most popular strain we have. A Sativa-dominant hybrid, it has reached best-seller status because of its medical effects, blueberry flavor, and high THC content.


A Tradition That Stands the Tests of Time: Smoking the Herb

It won’t hurt to admit that dabbing extracts can be a bit intimidating, especially for “old school” stoners who enjoy smoking a finely rolled joint or a fat blunt. But really, smoking cannabis flowers will always be here to stay.
Bob Marley, for instance, smoked marijuana as a holy sacrament. “Ganja,” as Rastafarians would say, allowed Marley to achieve greater spiritual insight. Like Marley, we understand how strongly you feel about weed. It is indeed a way of life; a culture.

Feel free to go through our selection of flowers, as we regularly update our menu to make sure that you get the freshest available. After all, smoking high-quality bud is the best way to get a quality high, yes?