Although weed doesn’t smell bad per se, it’s a powerful, distinct smell that’s hard to dismiss. This odor could be bothersome to some individuals, like your family . Friends and family might have become accustomed to the odor since they may become your smoking friends.
You don’t want your own car or home to smell like weed all of the time. Whatever reason you might need to conceal the smell of weed, these few hints can allow you to do it like an expert.
Colorado hotel room rentals increased appreciably after the nation started legal marijuana sales, a recently published study shows. Washington State also saw gains in tourism following legalization, although the impact there was modest.
Both countries were the first from the U.S. to let adult-use cannabis through legislation approved by voters in 2012. By comparing resort room leases in Colorado and Washington to countries which didn’t alter their legal position of marijuana by 2011 through 2015, researchers discovered that legalization coincided with a substantial influx of tourists along with also a increase in hotel revenue. The effect was more pronounced after the beginning of retail sales. Continue reading “Weed Legalization Increases Hotel Bookings”
When you walk into a weed store, you are met with a huge choice of goods. How do you even begin to navigate your options? Why would you spend $60 on an eighth of Purple Punch that’s 23% THC when there is a $20 eighth from another brand with 28 percent THC? And it may be even harder if you are purchasing online and can’t see the product.
In my experience for a budtender, I found that cost, THC percent, and strain name would be the most common reasons customers pick
a product. Even though these criteria are great for narrowing your choices, none of them talk to the quality of a product. So, what is the gap between that $20 and $60 eighth of Purple Punch? Why spend the extra cash? To answer those questions, we must take a look at the features that define grade weed. Continue reading “How to Buy Quality Weed”