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“One of the things I wanted to do with Goodship is remove stigma,” says Hall. “To get people to think about this as a different way to imbibe and connect, something you could bring to a dinner party like you might bring a nice bottle of wine.”
“It’s not about stoners, slackers or Cheech and Chong anymore,” says Jody Hall, owner of The Goodship Company (thegoodship.com), a line of cannabis-infused treats sold at Stash (stashpotshop.com) and other local recreational pot shops. Hall, who also owns Cupcake Royale, has plenty of experience creating high-end baked goods. Much as her cupcakes deliver a flavorful sugar rush, her Goodship products—such as Saigon cinnamon snickerdoodles and sea salt and chocolate chip cookies—deliver a delicious high.

She’s not the only one thinking this way. “Potpreneurs” all over Seattle are looking to redefine the way cannabis is regarded and consumed.
When you spot the sleek, modern, single-story building just off Ballard Avenue, it looks much like the craft breweries that dot the neighborhood. Inside, smiling staff members in black polo shirts stand behind the cherrywood-paneled bar in a bright, airy space with polished concrete floors, ready to help you find something to help you unwind after a long day. But this isn’t a craft brewery. Or a coffee shop. It’s Stash Pot Shop. And the mainstream feel of the place is indicative of Seattle’s evolving pot scene.
This organic, all-natural cane sugar can be added to coffee or tea, or sprinkled on fruit or used in baked goods The manufacturer hopes to introduce a cannabis-infused salt soon, too. Ruby Cannabis Sugar, price TK, rubysweets.co.
Former writer for The Stranger, David Schmader’s handbook for enjoying marijuana covers the history of the drug, and provides information on its varieties, effects, and safety and legal issues. Weed: The User’s Guide, $18.95, sasquatchbooks.com
PHOTO: courtesy of Sasquatch Books. Cover illustrations by Alex Despain.

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When you spot the sleek, modern, single-story building just off Ballard Avenue, it looks much like the craft breweries that dot the neighborhood. Inside, smiling staff members in black polo shirts stand behind the cherrywood-paneled bar in a bright, airy space with polished concrete floors, ready to help you find something to help you unwind after a long day. But this isn’t a

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What’s new for cannabis cultivators and connoisseurs.

It’s essential to know the environmental conditions inside your grow space at all times. The Govee Wi-Fi Thermo-Hygrometer logs and keeps track of all essential data and alerts you to any fluctuations. Customize the settings to your specifications and connect the remote unit to Wi-Fi, and the cellphone app keeps you notified. It supports multiple devices, so get one for your drying and curing area for total coverage.
LED (light-emitting diode) technology dramatically reduces heat in your growroom and electrical bills in your mail. Savvy indoor farmers are replacing their hot and pricey HID (high-intensity discharge) lighting systems with the SK402 LED Grow Light 120º Reflector from Spectrum King. With water-resistant housing protecting state-of-the-art equipment and an optional manual dimmer, this safe and full-spectrum lamp provides maximum intensity at a low cost.

Here’s a look at what’s new on the market for cannabis cultivators and connoisseurs.
Successfully growing cannabis plants from clones requires healthy cuttings that are rooted in a timely manner. Dip your freshly sliced plant shoots into the EPA-approved Platinum Series Cyclone Rooting Gel from CYCO Flower to protect the vulnerable cut ends and encourage roots to form and grow without undue stress. The gel contains vitamins B, B2, B6 and B12 to promote callusing and cell production and discourage damaging fungus.
September 5, 2019
Instead of struggling to build a growroom from scratch, why not purchase an all-in-one solution you can start growing in immediately that quickly pays for itself? With space for vegetative plants and clones and a large flowering area, the BloomBox from BC Northern Lights comes with everything you need for year-round perpetual harvesting. Sophisticated touch-screen controls automate the timers, fans and pumps while activated-charcoal filtration controls any and all odor.
Roots Almighty
$4.75, 10 ml.; $17.75, 75 ml.; $51, 250 ml.; $94.75, 500 ml.
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This feature was published in the March 2019 issue of High Times magazine. Subscribe right here.

What's new for cannabis cultivators and connoisseurs.