And the story of that opening is a legendary one.
“Yeah,” Ryan adds, “we’re building our roots in Colorado because we have to, but when places like Kentucky go legal we’ll be the first ones there.”
Herbal Healing estimates about half of their customers are medicinal users. A lot of them, they say, are senior citizens who drive over an hour to buy marijuana that’s more affordable and effective than the brand-name drugs at traditional pharmacies.
We’re building our roots in Colorado because we have to, but when places like Kentucky go legal we’ll be the first ones there.
“We had this dream — this vision — and we just knew we could make it work,” says Todd.
First off, you’ve got your Ryan Moore. Kid was a superstar straight out of Lexington’s Henry Clay High School … for foosball. Not football. Foosball. Google him. He isn’t even 30 yet and he’s been the man to beat for over a decade.
They’d sunk tons of time, effort and money into building the perfect grow room. No corners were cut. It’s basically a giant Thermos with specially insulated walls where most would just skimp on studs and sheetrock. The temperature. The humidity. The height of the plants. Their distance from the lights. Everything is controllable.
They didn’t invent it. They just perfected it with a proprietary grow formula and a customized nutrient lineup that’s impossible to duplicate.
Before ever offering their first harvest for sale they entered it into the most crowded High Times Cannabis Cup field ever. For the first time, medical and recreational strains were being judged together.
Seven Kentucky buds are on a quest to build the stickiest, ickiest empire in all the land.