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We’re also finding there is a huge focus on THC content, but less of an awareness about the entourage effect, and the combinations of all the cannabinoids and terpenes complementing each other to provide a more well-rounded sensation. It’s been almost three years since we launched the S.T.A.T.S. (Sight, Touch, Aroma, Taste and Sensation) rating system of evaluating high-quality cannabis, and we’re finding it a helpful tool in other states to help both new and experienced cannabis consumers sort out the myths from reality.
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Good Chemistry is pretty active in lawmaking and regulatory rule-making processes. Why is it important for dispensaries to participate in those conversations?
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We only want to release a proprietary strain when it is truly going to be extraordinary. We want people to be blown away. Our last proprietary strain, Mr. Good Chem, was released in 2016, and is now one of our top sellers. The first limited harvest of Geraldine just came out a few weeks ago. We do not rush the process and only release what we think is truly exceptional.
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The small-but-growing dispensary chain has three storefronts in Denver and Aurora and plans on adding more in Colorado, building on a reputation of providing affordable, stanky buds and concentrates without compromising on quality. While staying rooted in the values that helped sprout Good Chem’s first dispensary on East Colfax Avenue, the team has also expanded its strain lineup, and recently debuted its first new strain in over two years. To learn more about Good Chemistry’s latest addition and plans for the future, we caught up with Vice President of Operations Steve Spinosa.

Staying rooted in the values that helped sprout Good Chemistry's first store on East Colfax Avenue, the dispensary chain has also expanded its strain lineup, and recently debuted its first new strain in over two years. To learn more about Good Chemistry's latest addition and plans for the future, we caught up with…