If you live in the Pacific Northwest, I’m sure you already know all about Seattle, Washington, and the famous cannabis grown there.
Seattle approaches weed the same way they approach coding, jets, and other technological advancements.
Seattle has been a hub of development for decades, and it’s 100% true when it comes to their cannabis crops. Although cannabis is known as “weed” and has a reputation for being easy to grow, this is not true at all. Real weed takes good science, which is why Seattle has broken away from the back as innovators in marijuana strains. I have been told that the origin of the local cannabis market started decades ago, when the Hippies were fleeing the military draft for Vietnam. They migrated north to Canada, but along the way many of them stopped here in the Seattle area, where they settled down and started growing their cannabis plants in the solitude of the woods. I don’t know if that is actually true or not, but it does explain why Seattle has become a city recognized worldwide for its innovations in cannabis products. One thing I love about Seattle is how cannabis has become omnipresent, which is a fancy way of saying “weed is everywhere.” Cannabis has become completely normalized in Seattle, Washington, and you never have to walk more than a few blocks to find a dispensary. Around here, cannabis dispensaries are even more frequent than Starbucks or McDonalds, and to me that makes Seattle a pretty amazing place to live. They even sell CBD products at local gas stations.