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Get Fit for the New Year in Greenwood

2017-01-24T13:19:05-07:00

Living near Greenwood and want to establish a fitness routine in January 2017? You’re in luck! Trees Pot Shop has compiled the top three workout establishments in Greenwood for all of our cannabis customers who are looking to get fit. So step into the New Year with a better figure and an improved outlook on [...]

Get Fit for the New Year in Greenwood2017-01-24T13:19:05-07:00

Rockin’ Around the Kushmas Tree: Tree’s Holiday Gift Guide

2017-01-24T13:16:48-07:00

The holiday season can be wonderful. Christmas lights make even a dive bar look festive, spiked eggnog can put even your grumpiest coworker in a good — or at least decent — mood, and it seems like there's always a party to go to. In the last few days, we've seen some holiday gatherings at [...]

Rockin’ Around the Kushmas Tree: Tree’s Holiday Gift Guide2017-01-24T13:16:48-07:00

Top Three Christmas Tree Lots Near Trees Pot Shop

2017-01-24T13:14:01-07:00

If you can’t tell from the nip in the air and the general feeling that time seems to be flying, your friends at Trees Pot Shop are here to remind you: Yup, it’s Christmas time! And while there are plenty of overachievers who already have their houses decked with lights and the garland set just [...]

Top Three Christmas Tree Lots Near Trees Pot Shop2017-01-24T13:14:01-07:00

To Grind or Not to Grind: What’s the Difference?

2017-01-27T11:45:02-07:00

After stopping by your favorite Greenwood weed store you bring that fresh pack of bud home, peel away the top seal and get ready to pack a bowl. Some just pick and pull to fill their pipe, more methodical stoners will choose to grind. For those that haven't got on the grind train, we've come up [...]

To Grind or Not to Grind: What’s the Difference?2017-01-27T11:45:02-07:00

Seattle Weed: Indoor vs. Outdoor

2017-01-27T10:22:20-07:00

As of the recreational age, Seattle weed comes in many different varieties - two of these being indoor and outdoor grown. Every industry carries stigmas, and in the cannabis industry a prominent one is that about sun grown cannabis. Poor perception of outdoor weed is simply misinformation passed on from those involved in a previous age; [...]

Seattle Weed: Indoor vs. Outdoor2017-01-27T10:22:20-07:00

Common Quantities – Legal Weed in Washington State

2017-01-27T11:56:53-07:00

It's good to be an educated buyer in the Seattle recreational cannabis market. The more one is familiarized with the product and ways it is distributed, the faster and easier your transactions at weed retailers will be! Keep in mind that density plays a huge role in the visual aspect of cannabis quantities. Below Trees [...]

Common Quantities – Legal Weed in Washington State2017-01-27T11:56:53-07:00

Best Strains for Focus and Learning

2017-01-25T14:48:23-07:00

Not all stoners are stupid or lazy - intellectuals, students (over the age of 21) and professionals can use it to enhance their learning and work efficiency. Everest College in Seattle is only five minutes away from Trees Pot Shop! It's important to know the right strains to choose depending on the kind of task [...]

Best Strains for Focus and Learning2017-01-25T14:48:23-07:00

Greenwood’s Best Concentrates: Tree’s Goo Guide

2017-01-24T13:30:41-07:00

The majority of pot lovers are familiar with cured cannabis flower, but concentrates can seem a bit intimidating for beginners. Seattle's offering of pot concentrates is vast and complex. Below is Tree's guide to cannabis concentrate purchasing and consumption. What falls under marijuana concentrates? “Concentrates” is an umbrella term used in relation to the numerous kinds of [...]

Greenwood’s Best Concentrates: Tree’s Goo Guide2017-01-24T13:30:41-07:00

Pesticides and Weed: Seattleites Love Quality Cannabis

2017-03-08T14:10:31-07:00

Seattleites Love Quality Cannabis People are becoming increasingly concerned with the chemicals - specifically non-organic pesticides - that are being used on or around products they are consuming. Although recreational weed in Washington State cannot yet be labeled as 'organic', measures are being taken within production facilities to rear a higher quality plant, untouched by [...]

Pesticides and Weed: Seattleites Love Quality Cannabis2017-03-08T14:10:31-07:00

Seattleites Love Quality Cannabis

People are becoming increasingly concerned with the chemicals - specifically non-organic pesticides - that are being used on or around products they are consuming. Although recreational weed in Washington State cannot yet be labeled as 'organic', measures are being taken within production facilities to rear a higher quality plant, untouched by harmful chemicals.

According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, “If the credits of (non-organic) pesticides include enhanced economic potential in terms of increased production of food and fibre, and amelioration of vector-borne diseases, then their debts have resulted in serious health implications to man and his environment. There is now overwhelming evidence that some of these chemicals do pose a potential risk to humans and other life forms and unwanted side effects to the environment.”

Washington State's I-502, the initiative that legalized recreational pot, has provided very strict guidelines about what chemicals and pesticides can and cannot be used when growing weed. These guidelines also require that the pot products sold in any of Seattle's cannabis retailers need to list all chemicals or pesticides used in the growing process. If you're having trouble spotting this, ask a budtender to point this out next time you stop by your favorite Greenwood pot shop.

Below we have compiled a list of some reputable Washington State cannabis producers that are known for using only organic pesticides.

Soulshine Cannabis - This Renton-based cannabis producer not only focuses on natural and sustainable growing practices, but is also partnered with Emerald City Pet Rescue to provide animals in harmful situations to find a better home and a longer life. You can feel great knowing that every time you buy Soulshine at Trees Pot Shop, you are contributing to the bettering of animal welfare in Washington State!

Green Barn Farms - Every nug bought from Green Barn Farms (available in pot shops all over the greater Seattle area) is Clean Green Certified, sungrown cannabis.

Mountain High - This Washington State weed farm has branded themselves as "way beyond organic". From pest control to fertilizer, every product used on or around their pot plants is 100% naturally derived. They also brew their own compost tea, have energy efficient delivery vehicles and grow everything in sunlight to keep a light carbon footprint.

This Greenwood weed store wants you to be a healthy and happy smoker! Choose wisely and enjoy responsibly.