One of the blessings of living in a state where cannabis is legal is that you go from buying whatever your roommate’s uncle’s best friend has left in his stash, to a cannabis kid in the cannabis candy store.
The availability of good classics like Blue Dream, and Sour Diesel are still plentiful, but diving into some of the lesser-known strains is like finding a little-known brewpub with a tap selection that makes you see God.
Lifted Cannabis Company is fairly new to the scene, but they’ve already won me over on a couple of different levels. First of all, they make cannabis look great with their packaging. It’s simple, sophisticated, and reassuring that your days with the roommate’s uncle’s best friend’s stash are long gone.
Check out their website here. With strains like Rocket Fuel, Cookies and Cream, Goji OG and 501st OG, it’s like walking into a showroom of exotic cars . . . that are made of weed.
I managed to get my hands on a pre-roll of their 501st OG and considering the fact that I’m not an Indica type of guy, this stuff caught me pleasantly off guard.
As fate would have it, I got a mild case of food poisoning a few days after acquiring said pre-roll (not related). I’ve never been one who experienced cannabis being good for nausea, but the only time I ever put it to the test was when I was hung over. But this time my body was reacting to some bad fish, instead of a chemical that slowly dissolves your liver. THIS TIME, I learned what all the medical marijuana hype is about!!
My 501st OG pre-roll from Lifted Cannabis Company took my nausea from an 8 1/2 to a 3 in about 60 seconds. So quickly that I found it unbelievable! Or maybe that’s just because I was high. Either way, in those 60 seconds I became a fan of Indica for nausea, and of Lifted Cannabis Company.
Lifted is based out of Tacoma, WA, so if you are in Washington state, check them out in over 40 retailers statewide.
Have you tried any of the strains from Lifted Cannabis? If so, leave us your comments below. If you haven’t, well get off your ass and go buy some, and reward us by dropping some of your knowledge. Cannabis is a community. Knowledge is power!
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Power to the flower, my babies.
Scojo The Herb Advisor
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