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How natural forest ecosystems provide hope for surviving the post-modern epoch

Jimi Hendrix’s Legacy Lives on in his Brother … and Medicated Macaroons

Celebrate 4/20 by watching one of these classic MJ movies


OM Extracts Live Resin 420 GEAR POTLIGHT




Kings of Cannabis … RIP

John Oliver john@weedaficionadomag.com EDITOR

THERE IS A COMPELLING NEWS SEGMENT on VICE, which airs on HBO (and HBO Go for those with streaming devices), titled “Kings of Cannabis,” which outlines Green House Seed Company’s epic quest to find rare strains of marijuana across the globe. Not familiar with the Green House Seed Company (GHSC)? In 1992, GHSC founder Arjan Roskam opened his first coffee shop in Amsterdam and has since channeled his marijuana obsession and breeding skills into a multi-million-dollar empire. You might not know Roskam by name, but you’ve probably smoked his cannabis. For more than two decades, he bred some of the most popular weed strains in the world, including Super Silver Haze, White Widow and others. VICE traveled with Roskam and his crew of strain hunters into the Congo to search for the country’s rarest types of cannabis, strains that have remained genetically pure for decades. In grower’s terms, these pure strains are called “landraces” and they are incredibly valuable because their genetics have not been tainted by others. Roskam and crew undertake a perilous journey, trudging through jungles and over rugged terrain, and having to bribe local militias, police and tribesmen with cash. At any moment, you get the sense that his crew is only minutes from an unceremonious death at the hands of an angry warlord who was insulted by Roskam’s payola. Spoiler alert: After an arduous seven-day journey, Roskam and crew ultimately find a large field of adulterated Congo sativas and they rejoice. Hamilton Morris, the VICE correspondent who traveled with the weed hunters, posed an intriguing moral and ethical question. Does Roskam feel guilty for paying locals only a few hundred dollars, when his company stood to profit millions of dollars exploiting the new strain? It was tantamount to paying an oblivious 80-year-old woman $50 for a rare Babe Ruth card she was selling at her garage sale. But Roskam’s journey wasn’t without risk … financial, business and otherwise. On a return trip to the Congo, GHSC’s head breeder Franco Loja contracted Malaria and died days later. The 42-year-old Italian was sort of like the Crocodile Hunter of cannabis and, like Steve Irwin, Franco died doing what he loved most – hunting for rare marijuana strains. The VICE segment is a fascinating tale of the potential risks and rewards of combing the planet to find new strains of cannabis, and just how incredibly complex weed genetics can be … definitely worth a watch for weed connoisseurs. Please enjoy the issue and send me an email if you have any comments or questions. Best, Kind regards,

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Conveniently located right off the I-5 and boasting a large selection of recreational products, a knowledgeable staff, and friendly service, Going Green Albany was the first rec shop in the county when it went legal. They now have four stores under their going green brand: Sweet Home, Grande Ronde, Albany and West Coast Inc.

Going Green Albany 541-405-8856 1225 S. Commercial Way SE, Albany, OR




House Bill Seeks to Reclassify Marijuana BIPARTISAN LEGISLATION PROPOSED in the House during April would make marijuana a Schedule III drug, removing cannabis from its current standing as a Schedule 1 substance alongside deadly contraband including ecstasy and heroin. By reclassifying marijuana in the same category as anabolic steroids, Congress would “make it easier for ill patients and scientific and medical researchers to obtain marijuana,” according to the bill’s authors. On the heels of a bicameral effort to outright legalize weed offered a week earlier, the proposal by Florida Reps. Matt Gaetz, a Republican, and Darren Soto, a Democrat, aims to roll back the federal government’s ongoing pot prohibition to a lesser extent by removing existing hurdles said to be hindering researchers’ ability to understand the plant’s potential benefits. The federal government currently considers marijuana a Schedule I narcotic, a category prescribed to substances which “have no currently accepted medical use in the United States, a lack of accepted safety for use under medical supervision and a high potential for abuse.” Nonetheless, 28 states and the nation’s capital have approved laws allowing for residents with certain conditions to be medically treated with marijuana. By reclassifying marijuana as a Schedule 3 substance, the bipartisan duo from Florida intend to put weed in a category reserved for substances that “have a potential for abuse less than substances in Schedules I or II and abuse may lead to moderate or low physical dependence or high psychological dependence.” According to Mr. Gaetz, the reclassification would also remove existing hurdles that make it difficult for researchers to work with marijuana, as well as obstacles that prevent the cannabis industry from doing business with licensed banks. “This drug should not be in the same category as heroin and LSD, and we do not need to continue with a policy that turns thousands of young people into felons every year. Nor do we need to punish the millions of people who are sick and seeking medical help — from pain, from muscle wasting, from chemotherapy-induced nausea” Mr. Gaetz said in a statement.




Public Support for Weed Legalization Surged in 2016 Public support for marijuana legalization surged in 2016, according to data released from the General Social Survey. Last year, 57 percent of Americans told the survey’s pollsters that they “think the use of marijuana should be legal,” up from 52 percent in 2014. The numbers from the General Social Survey — a large nationwide survey conducted every two years and widely considered to represent the gold standard for public opinion research — comport with other national surveys last year, which found support ranging from the upper 50s to low 60s. But the survey indicates two significant fault lines when it comes to marijuana policy: age and political party. Fully two-thirds of respondents ages 18 to 34 supported legalization in the survey, as well as majorities of those ages 35 to 49 and 50 to 64. But seniors 65 and older stood apart, with only 42 percent supporting legalization. On the other hand, support among all age groups has risen by similar amounts in recent years. In 2008, for instance, only 40 percent of the youngest respondents and just over 21 percent of seniors supported marijuana legalization.

CANNABIS IS DECRIMINALIZED IN PARTS OF DISNEY If your plans this summer include heading to the Disney property that covers land from Osceola to Orange County in Florida, and you get caught with anything less than twenty grams of cannabis, you might not face jail time if you’re in Osceola. Instead,


Breaking the numbers down by political affiliation tells a slightly different story. In the early 2000s, opposition to marijuana legalization was more or less a bipartisan issue. Only 29 percent of Democrats and 26 percent of Republicans voiced support for legal weed in 2000. Since then, support for legalization among Democrats and independents has risen much faster than among Republicans. In 2016, more than 60 percent of the former two groups supported legal marijuana. Among Republicans support stood at only 40 percent, a gap of more than 20 percentage points between Democrats and independents on the one hand, and Republicans on the other. Moreover, support for legalization among Republicans has leveled off over the past two years, rising just 1 percentage point since 2016. But support among Democrats rose by 3 points, and independents saw an even greater 8-point jump.

you may only be looking at a fine of $100, officials are saying, after an ordinance decriminalizing small amounts of cannabis was passed unanimously by Osceola County commissioners.

Four governors of states where voters have legalized marijuana for recreational use are asking the Trump administration to leave in place an Obama-era agreement that gave exemptions to the legal pot industry. In a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, the governors asked the Justice Department to maintain a 2013 agreement, known as the Cole Memo, and guidance issued by the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). The Cole Memo, named for former Deputy Attorney General James Cole, laid out priorities for federal prosecutors in states where marijuana had been legalized for recreational use. The memo advises prosecutors to avoid strict enforcement of federal prohibitions on marijuana, in deference to state law. “Overhauling the Cole Memo is sure to produce unintended and harmful consequences,” the governors wrote. “Changes that hurt the regulated market would divert existing marijuana product into the black market and increase dangerous activity in both our states and our neighboring states.” The letter was signed by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D), Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D), Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) and Alaska Gov. Bill Walker (I). The FinCEN guidance lays out criteria under which financial institutions can provide services to marijuana-related businesses. Because federal law still considers marijuana a banned substance, many major banks are reluctant or refuse to do business with the marijuana industry. That has led some businesses to operate largely in cash, raising concerns about safety and crime, concerns the FinCEN guidance is meant to alleviate. The Trump administration has offered mixed messages, and no clear guidance, on its plans for marijuana regulation. Sessions is a marijuana hard-liner who once joked he objected to the Ku Klux Klan because they smoked pot. But during the presidential race, Trump said he was inclined to leave marijuana regulation up to the states. Governors in states where marijuana is legal have voiced concern that their states may be subject to federal lawsuits or crackdowns by federal agents. Most governors of states where pot is legal, including Hickenlooper and Inslee, opposed the ballot measures when they came up, though they now say their voters have spoken. Other state officials have said they would consider legal action to defend their laws in case of a federal crackdown. In an interview, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson (D) defended the Cole Memo.





Chronicles The Jupiter Hotel in Portland Announces it is Cannabis Friendly


Oregon Issues First Recall for Tainted Marijuana The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) announced its first recall of pesticide-tainted recreational cannabis, a situation that underscores the need for reliable record keeping and clear communication about contaminated products. The commission said in a news release that samples of Blue Magoo cannabis grown by Emerald Wave Estate tested positive for excess levels of pyrethrins, a chrysanthemum-based insecticide that also can be made synthetically. The tainted cannabis was shipped to a retailer, Buds 4 U in Mapleton, Oregon, before the pesticide test results were recorded in the OLCC’s tracking system, the commission said. The retailer sold 82.5 grams of the contaminated product to 31 customers between March 8-10 before the store noticed on March 10 the tracking system results showing the marijuana had tested for pesticide residue. The store immediately halted sales of the product and issued a voluntary recall. No one who used the tainted marijuana has reported any illness, the OLCC stressed.

Recreational Marijuana Home Delivery Launched in Oregon Oregon’s recreational marijuana businesses are leading the way in the U.S. rec industry with the advent of a new service: delivery of adult-use cannabis to a customer’s home. According to Portland TV station KGW, Jupiter, located at marijuana customers can now order from licensed dealers and have product delivered to their home.




If you’re a resident looking for a cool 420 get away, or a traveler coming to Oregon you may want to check out and stay at the Jupiter, located at 800 Burnside Street! The Jupiter Hotel is a mid-century, renovated motor inn-turned-boutique hotel in the heart of Portland, Oregon. The 81 modern guestrooms connect guests to the vibrancy of Portland at affordable rates. The hotel has been featured by national magazines such as Elle Décor, Travel + Leisure, GQ and more.

Legal deliveries of adult-use cannabis are a new phenomenon. Medical cannabis deliveries, by contrast, are permitted in certain places in the United States. Oregon’s Liquor Control Commission has issued delivery permits to 117 retailers across the state, with 13 in Portland. The commission delayed the launch of delivery services until last month. According to WCSH, rules for delivery include: • Cannabis businesses can only deliver to residents in the city they’re licensed in. • Cannabis must be transported in a safe and secured to the delivery vehicle. • The vehicle can carry no more than $3,000 worth of cannabis. • Businesses can’t deliver to certain location, including motels, campgrounds or dorms. • Delivery customers must be at least 21. • Customers must sign for deliveries. • Deliveries can be made only between the hours of 8 a.m. and 9 p.m.

WAM News! Weed Aficionado Magazine is excited to announce that Tommy Chong has agreed to write a regular column in Weed Aficionado Magazine each and every issue called, “Tommy’s Time.”

Bahama Buds secures 1st new location in Coos Bay Oregon! GRAND OPENING SOON

CAN’T MISS EVENT CAN GROW FAIR Portland Oregon Fair Grounds • August 12-13 Created in 2016, OCGCF made national headlines as the first-ever live cannabis plant competition in Oregon. In 2017, the 2nd Annual Fair will attract top growers, both commercial and individual, to show off their best vegetative plant for the contest on Saturday, August 12. Learn more at CanGrowFair.com.

In addition, we are also adding a new lifestyle column by none other than Miss Clara — AKA the QeenBee herself! The Bee will be writing articles about life, love, weed, dabs, and more!

Oregon Bar Now Recognizes Cannabis Law

“I am truly excited to work with the folks at Weed Aficionado Magazine. My philosophy is that I am a true believer in positive thinking, and hope to motivate others to see that their goals are achievable! I am a cannabis advocate; currently working with a local political issue committee, promoting legal medical and recreational cannabis sales in my community. I am in the process of opening a head shop, reopening my silk screening business and launching an apparel line all this summer! I embrace QeenBee as a mindset. An empowering reminder that you are strong enough to be a leader in your own life. In your own Hive.”

Some lawyers specialize in criminal law, some in family law, some in corporate law. Now, the Oregon State Bar has created a Cannabis Law Section to “assist lawyers in navigating this growing area of state and federal law,” according to a recent news release. The Bulletin reports that the cannabis section, whose organizers spent more than a year gathering support, already has 71 members, according to the state bar. Oregon is No. 3 behind Colorado and Michigan in recognizing a cannabis legal specialty. Cannabis businesses have the same legal needs as any other enterprise, from setting up agreements among partners, creating the business framework, navigating local land-use laws and staying in compliance with state laws on everything from pesticide application to product packaging. Plus, because marijuana remains illegal under federal law, marijuana businesses face further complications in banking, taxation and other areas. Oregon voters in November 2014 approved Measure 91, which legalized adult-use recreational marijuana. Oregon does not certify lawyers as specialists in a field. Creating a law section within the bar means giving lawyers opportunities to network, communicate with one another on emerging issues and schedule continuing legal education. The bar has 42 sections for other legal specialties, from aviation law to Indian law to taxation. www.weedaficionadomag.com




OM EXTRACTS LIVE RESIN OM EXTRACTS STARTS WITH propane extraction of live plant material, considered by many to be the highest quality hydrocarbon extraction produced in the OME lab. It ranges in consistency from a sugar wax to a pull-snap and tends to be light yellow to orange in color. A broader spectrum of terpenes are usually present in the live resin extracts than the dry PHO extracts. Currently, Live Resin extracts are produced seasonally, in small batches, with the intention of showcasing the full flavors of cannabis. This product is intended to be ingested as a smokable. OM Extracts is an award-winning laboratory, known for developing the highest quality cannabis extract products. Utilizing CO2 supercritical extraction as well as butane and propane extraction processes, OM Extracts unveils the medicinal values of cannabis. Working with top-quality material from OM Farms and neighboring farms, OM Extracts offers a wide range of high-THC, high-CBD and terpene-rich concentrates. OM Extracts recently won “Best Processor� in the 2016 DOPE Industry Awards. OM Extracts entered two Cannabis competitions in 2015, winning awards in both of them. At the 2015 DOPE Cup, the preeminent cannabis competition in Oregon, OM Extracts won 1st Place in the High-CBD CO2 category, and 2nd Place in the High-THC CO2 category. In the 2015 Bend Concentrate Cup, OM Extracts claimed a 2nd Place finish for Sour Diesel in the Propane Hash Oil (PHO) category.










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Infusing oil or butter with the flavors of herbs, fruits, and other ingredients isn’t hard, necessarily. It’s just messy. And time-consuming. The Levo Oil Infuser automates the process, using precisely-controlled heat to transfer your chosen flavors into your carrier. After use, cleanup is as easy as throwing the reservoir in the dishwasher, making it simple to cook up anything from rosemary olive oil for dipping to cannabis butter for baking some truly special holiday treats.



The PG x Bugatti Bicycle is the ideal two-wheel complement to the four-wheeled Chiron. Made from more than 95 percent carbon fiber, the bike weighs less than 5kg, making it the lightest urban bike in the world. Individual components can be tailored to the rider, and customers of Bugatti can even get theirs built to match their cars. Manufactured by Kussmaul in Germany and limited to just 667 bikes worldwide, so be sure to save a lot of glass bottles for some help with this purchase.




The T. Ripper C2 snowboard was designed in Jackson to take on the world… That’s It That’s All, Art of Flight, King of the Hill, and Supernatural, this board has done and won it all. Travis worked closely with an experimental division to scale his pro series down for smaller rippers.



The Kannastor Grinder is your type of herb grinder, engineered to make grinding weed easy and efficient. In terms of material used, the manufacturer invested in aerospace technology in making this particular product. Therefore, if you are considering a grinder with a highly durable design, this is the way to go.



Premium Child Resistant Pop Top Bottles are an easy, convenient, and safe way to store medical and recreational cannabis. To open, simply squeeze the sides near the top of the vial and hear the “pop” that made these bottles famous. The Premium Pop Top Bottles are made from recyclable BPA-free polypropylene plastic and feature a positive seal for enhanced freshness.








The world’s first smart inhaler for medical cannabis, Breeze tracks everything — connecting patients, caregivers, doctors and dispensaries for an unprecedented patient experience. The Breeze Smart provides accurate, metered cannabis treatment through pre-packaged, recyclable single use pods filled with the highest quality cannabis buds or oil. Each pod is carefully crafted and specially formulated — taking the guesswork out of determining the best strains for certain medical conditions or desired effects. The vaporization experience is tracked through an interactive mobile application, with all information and data securely stored for private sharing with doctors, pharmacists and caregivers.



If you have yet to see an Oregon Rain Drop Pipe you may want to place your order now while supplies last. The patented rain drop design is not just a beautiful piece of art in your hand, but it’s also an extremely functional pipe that is hand carved and crafted right here in Oregon. Magnetic, windproof, and easy to clean unlike other wooden hand carved pipes; each pipe is made with unique pieces of wood making them all one of a kind. Currently available only online, you will want to make sure to order yours now as supplies are limited each month.





Needing a little more of a kick after a long session of blazing…? Black Insomnia coffee has enough caffeine to not only wake you up but to jumpstart you into another stratosphere. That’s what Black Insomnia Coffee delivers as the strongest coffee in the world. They blend Ugandan, Guatemalan, and Brazilian coffee beans that are roasted to provide plenty of flavors along with a caffeine kick that should be memorable, to say the least. Each 12 oz cup has a minimum of 702mg of caffeine making Black Insomnia about 300% stronger than a typical cup of coffee!




Hydro 64 oz Flask Stainless Steel Growler by Hydro Flask protects your suds with double-walled stainless steel construction and a BPA-free cap, ensuring that it gets from point A to point B without a flavor transformation.




Outdoor security cams can certainly help give you piece of mind, but they’re traditionally stuck facing the same way, while something nefarious could be happening right around the corner. The Sunflower Drone Security System aims to fix this. It starts with a set of sensor-laden garden lights. They’re powered by a solar panel on top, have 360-degree motion sensors and separate vibration sensors to alert you to footsteps, and can scare away potential intruders with both their light and audible warnings. And thanks to the drone-based camera, you can get footage of the scene from nearly any angle, allowing you to cover your whole yard in surveillance, instead of just a corner. www.weedaficionadomag.com



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Chuck Taylors are acceptable footwear for a variety of occasions. The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Modern Lux only expands their versatility. A monochromatic treatment gives the classic silhouette an added touch of restraint, with a supple leather upper, embossed patch, and full-length, color-matching Phylon outsole for comfort. Available in white or black.




When it comes to a multi-purpose butane torch for the home, there’s no reason to get something cheap that won’t stand the test of time. The Versa Flame Torch from Dremel is probably the most versatile burner on the market today, with a self ignition button with safety lock and flame lock-on for continuous hands-free operation, providing up to a 75 minute run time. Ideal for small dabbing on the go and at the camp site.



The Heimplanet Fistral Tent is for the serious toker … we meant camper. This compact structure can accommodate up to two adults, and thanks to a design that unites the inner tent, fly sheet, and air frame, all you need to do is unpack and inflate, with no other assembly required. Other features include two entrances with vestibules for gear storage, and a pack weight of just 5.5 lbs.




Kush Army Knives are designed for the Cannibis connoisseur. We focused on the needs of the elite smoker to have a tool that can be used if you pipe, vape, joint or dab. All the tools you need at your fingertips. Whether you partake for fun or medicinal reasons the Kush Army Knife needs to be at your side. All in one — magnifier, roach clip scissors (clippers), pipe poker/dabber, knife, bottle opener.



After an absence of over two decades, Renault’s racing brand is making a comeback with the Alpine A110. It gets its name — and its basic silhouette — from the legendary lightweight rally racer of the ‘60s and ‘70s. Details are still forthcoming on the new model, but we do know that it houses a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and moves from 0-60 in 4.5 seconds, placing it in line for competition with the Alfa Romeo 4C and the Porsche 718.








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Designed in collaboration with Google and one of the first smartwatches to ship with Android Wear 2.0, the LG Watch Style is the latest attempt to make a pure smartwatch that doesn’t look like a computer. Helping the cause is a round screen and a case that’s just 11 mm thick and 42mm across. It’s water-resistant — good for splashes, not swimming — and has a single button on the side that rotates to let you quickly scroll through the interface. In addition, that side button also brings up the newly-added Google Assistant, letting you book restaurants and get directions all while your phone stays securely in your pocket. Available in three finishes, each of which comes with matching silicone and leather bands.



The Triton 7500/2 can fit two passengers inside an extra-thick hull, letting folks cruise underwater at speeds of up to 3.5 mph. The tank holds enough juice to keep it running for 10 hours. The onboard oxygen supply comes with 96 hours’ worth in the tank. Features include air-conditioning, lights, and a payload capability of 550 lbs.



Most people know you can eat pot instead of smoke it. What most don’t know is that the process is far more involved than shaking some over your food like pepper. In The 420 Gourmet: The Elevated Art of Cannabis Cuisine, JeffThe420Chef guides you through the step-by-step process of taking your plants and turning them into butters and oils, then using those ingredients to make everything from the ubiquitous brownies to glutenfree brunch. Most importantly, the recipes are also adaptable in potency, so you can use as little or as much as you need to get the desired effect.




The heat of summer brings with it more than just glorious weather and bikini-clad girls — it also creates perfect conditions for some legendary Swamp Ass. Avoid that problem with Anti Monkey Butt Powder. As the name suggests, this power-packed powder is formulated to absorb sweat and minimize skin discomfort, keeping you dry whether you’re in a marathon lawn-mowing session or just a real marathon.





Can’t find your torch for dabs…? Believe it or not, flamethrowers aren’t illegal. And while the XMatter X15 Flamethrower looks like a prop from Rambo, it’s actually the most consumer-friendly model we could find. It has a 3.3 gallon tank, three exchangeable wand tips, and a maximum range of 50 feet with the default tip and your cocktail of 90% diesel and 10% gasoline. Of course, you can always get “increased range along with a tighter stream,” according to the maker, if you opt for the extra Napalm mix!




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The Seabreacher personal watercraft is available in a 155hp, dolphininspired J model, or the more badass, shark-bodied 266hp X model. These submersible watercraft can reach up to 50 mph on the surface and up to 25 mph submerged, and are capable of high-speed dives that send the craft launching out of the water.



Inspired by a love of water and fire and a constant desire for a hot bath, The Soak Wood-Fired Hot Tub takes its minimal design and red cedar seats from Japanese Ofuro soaking tubs. The Bauhaus style form is covered in marine grade aluminum and held together with tig-welding. A side-accessed stove and stainless steel pipe allow for authentic wood-fire heating, while a propane heating option is also available for a less demanding soak.





Located in beautiful NE Oregon, Aggie’s is a small soy candle company stirring up a good time since 2007. The company offers a complete line of home fragrance products on its website, as well as throughout the great Pacific Northwest!




In 2014, Bullseye Medi Farms cropped over 50 different strains for medical patients in Washington State and has since added a slew of new collector cards for the Oregon markets. Enjoy the ideas and images that they inspired each card for that strain while you smoke. Coming soon holographic collector editions!



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Inspired by the rare Alsatian distillate Eau de Vie de Bourgeons de Sapin, this unique tree spirit is crafted by infusing hand-picked Douglas Fir buds into clear brandy, which gets re-distilled and reinfused before being strained and bottled. Said to smell and taste like the woods, you’ll find notes of juniper, wood, vanilla, and Christmas tree in each sip.



Handcrafted wood water pipes with hand blown glass bowls and stems created from 100+ year old reclaimed wood from around the world are built for you right here in Southern Oregon! Each custom piece is constructed by hand using all natural wood and material including a FDA approved food grade finish making the pipes leek proof and easy to clean. Artist: Eric Henry



This more affordable hot rod-inspired bike is perfect for those of us who don’t plan to enter the Tour de France and just want something cool to cruise around the neighborhood. Crafted out of hydro-formed aluminum, the Rockabilly Boogy from Electra features a retro paint scheme, a super comfy seat, and uses “Flat Foot Technology” for lots of torque, and “Lounge Geometry” for a really relaxing ride.








Get all the benefits of smoking in the form of several tasty drinks. Choose from cold brew coffee, cold brew with milk and sugar, sparkling cherry, sparkling lemon ginger, and sparkling pomegranate — all infused with Washington-grown cannabis extract. They promise a powerful body buzz, uplifting euphoria, and head highs that will get you through the day.



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The Pavilion Speaker uses built-in aptX and AAC support to improve the sound of your music, then transfers it out into the room via a 20W Peerless speakers. The spiraled copper pipe isn’t just for show, as it boosts bass frequencies via acoustic resonance, the oak top serves as a capacitive touch control, and the highdensity concrete bottom helps eliminate rattles. Use it wirelessly thanks to the rechargeable battery.




Miva is a dry flower vaporizer that boats quality and fashion with the KandyPens lifetime warranty. Between the durability, battery life, taste, customization options, and the warranty, this KandyPens Miva is a perfect choice for any connoisseur looking to enjoy flower discreetly anywhere.




The Hella Slingshot is a tasteful interpretation of this classic weapon, handmade in San Francisco from forked tree branches and coated in a walnut finish. The grip is made from shellacked hemp, the bands from natural latex tubing, and the pouch from leather. Each one is unique, but you can count on yours measuring between 7-10 inches tall and 3-6 inches wide.




Designed by architect Harry Gesner to be both beautiful and portable, this tent is an eco-conscious way to enjoy the outdoors. It can be set up or taken down in a matter of days. The curved design features strong frames made from steel, aluminum, or laminated beams, and translucent fabric shells engineered to handle winds of up to 90 mph and heavy loads of snow. They sit on wooden decks, so they don’t need a foundation, and they can easily hook in to available utilities or, if necessary, can be outfitted with solar panels, composting systems, grey water systems, and other equipment that allow them to operate off-grid.




POTLIGHT GOING GREEN ALBANY Weed Aficionado took some time to sit down with the staff of Going Green Albany to see what makes them such a great location. WAM: What year did you open your doors for business? GGA: We opened our doors in early June 2014. WAM: What would you say is the reason behind your success in this area? GGA: Our knowledgeable staff, our friendly service and our wide selection of products. WAM: Do you service both medical and recreational now? GGA: Yes we do. We just recently opened up to recreational on February 9th; we were med only before then. We were the first and only shop for a while in the county and the first rec shop in the county when it went legal. WAM: What makes GGCC stand out from other dispensaries around town? GGA: Our convenient location right off the I-5 and our large selection of recreational products. We have four stores under the going green brand: Sweet Home, Grande Ronde, Albany and West Coast Inc. WAM: Are there plans to open any new locations this year? GGA: Nothing planned, but we are always looking. WAM: Your store has been in the middle of a relatively dry area. Do you think it’s your medicine, your location or your staff that brings people in? GGA: It would be a solid combination of all three. Our staff is really friendly and show genuine interest and concern for our patients. Our location is right off the I-5, so super convenient for any traveler passing through the area. And our flowers are fresh from some of the top recreational growers in the area. WAM: What’s new for GGCC in 2017 that we should look for? GGA: More potent products … and thoughts on a going-green fashion line are up in the air. WAM: How would you describe your relationship with the local Oregon growers and producers? GGA: We maintain strong and friendly relations with all of our vendors and work on consistently having strains on our shelves. WAM: Do you think that tax revenue from recreational is making a difference in Oregon? GGA: Absolutely. There were 11 million pounds of recreational marijuana sold in Oregon in the first quarter alone. The dollar amount is still being totaled, but 11 million pounds is definitely a great start for Oregon’s recreational sales. WAM: Do you believe that since the start of recreational sales it has impacted the criminal element in your area? GGA: It’s still too early in this young emerging industry to have statistics about the local crime rates. Recreational has only been legal since November 11, however we have seen a positive outlook in the local communities since opening our doors to recreational.













A Shepherd


How natural forest ecosystems provide hope for surviving the post-modern epoch BY ANDREW MOUNT, THE GREEN MAN


a n idyllic 180-acre woods situated near Lake Selmac lives one of the great treasures of the ecology movement. Orville Camp is this singular pioneer of real solutions to all that ails our society and the environment. Of course, Camp will be the first to tell you that it is only by seeing through nature’s eyes that his state of profound awareness has been achieved.

Among champions of the wooded lands of Southern Oregon, Camp is no mere idealist or philosopher. He practices what he preaches, having been recognized by the Sierra Club and published in international Ecoforestry literature for his forefront stance on sustainability. With his long-time partner, Mary Camp – through a community organization known as Deer Creek Association – he has played a central role in arresting the industrial timber colossus from degrading lands and poisoning watersheds for well over 30 years. However, as we shall see, their crusade has only just begun … As a child in the 1930’s & 40’s, Camp never left the haven of his hunter-gatherer lifestyle until he was seven years old. By the time he was in high school, his memories center around being a slave to agriculture and forestry, and of killing every wild animal the family encountered because these creatures wanted everything they had. This was before the age of herbicides and mass-media. This was a simpler time, yet the writing of ecological deficits and debt slavery was on the wall. After serving in the military during the Korean War where he gained a knowledge of electronics, a brief stint at school in Corvallis, as well as being the owner/operator of several successful electronics businesses, Camp returned to his roots in Southern Oregon. In 1967, he established his own homestead on Camp Creek (named for his family) where he remains today. Going on to teach for 13 years the art and science of road-building for sustainable forestry systems, Camp employed a method he calls “Contour Concentric Looping Access” throughout the Pacific Northwest as far north as British Columbia. This practice retains the integrity of the woodland system, as opposed to typical forestry roads which, according to Camp, “do not work.” On land his family had worked since the early 1900’s, he also practices sustainable land stewardship and was voted Tree Farmer of the Year in 1978 by the Illinois Soil and Water Conservation District, and again in 1979 by Josephine & Jackson Counties. In 1984, Camp wrote the seminal pamphlet: “The Forest Farmer’s Handbook” of which 5000 copies were printed. His philosophy has since evolved to become ECOSTRY, an ecosystem approach to shepherding the woods defined as assuming responsibility for Natural Ecosystem Communities. “Forest Management doesn’t work,” says Camp. “Forestry externalizes costs, while Ecostry externalizes benefits.” The underlying mechanism of the forest community is what Camp calls “trait-environment compatibility” which gives rise to his Natural Selection Alternative to forestry, a genuine solution to the wicked-problem of industrial timber harvesting. It is Camp’s contention that all forestry practices are tantamount to agriculture in the forest, which is destructive to living systems. Whether it be thinning, so-called ‘regeneration,’ density management or fuels reduction, none of these practices respects Nature’s own principles in Camp’s view. For instance, it is known to keen observers of natural systems that Old Growth (late succession forest) is the most fire-resistant system. Whereas if we listen to the mythologies touted by the BLM or the US Forest Service,




these systems must be “managed” to guard against catastrophic fire events. This is a clear deception in the eyes of Mary and Orville Camp that they have been directly challenging for years, and with the support of over 18 environmental organizations’ comments on the BLM, revised management plans for Western Oregon. In the modern day, we now “prioritize the pursuit of money over relationships that sustain natural ecosystems,” says Camp. In 2008, a clear-cut on adjacent land destroyed the Camps’ abundant spring-water source. In 2010, herbicide poisoning by the same company killed all the fish in their Coho spawning pond and thrust Camp into a 3-year battle with liver toxicity. All of this in the name of “sustained yields” from forestry practices, ignorantly denying the tremendous ancient life that resides under the forest floor. He calls the use of technology to achieve society’s narrow ends “Bio-leveraging,” and believes it is the foundation of the 6th Great Mass Extinction, now globally underway. “Economic health is synonymous with ecological health,” affirms Camp. “Most people have lost the Biosphere-Mind-Body connection. Humans are the most survival-illiterate species, and we have now likely destroyed over half of the planet’s forests. In the Illinois Valley alone we have easily lost 80% of our wildlife populations.” Camp’s Natural Selection Alternative to forestry respects the trait diversity of the forest, wherein some trees have greater adaptability than others due to their inherent environmental compatibility. In sustainably harvesting trees from the forest, Camp only selects those specimens that are already being selected-out by the forest itself. “Dead trees that have been naturally selected have up to 5 times the value of lumber in them

as fast-growing (farmed) species. You can achieve optimal productivity if you wait until the tree has died before harvesting.” Not only do natural arboreal ecosystems stand as a primary bulwark against climate change and ensure adequate water resources for communities that live near them, the potential economic benefits of ecotourism and human development are not insignificant. Natural Resource Economist Ernie Niemi has performed a thorough cost-benefit analysis on the value of Oregon’s forests to present and future generations. He shows that since harvests have stabilized in recent years, and due to the permanent decline of jobs in the timber sector, our state’s economy is no longer dependent upon forestry for its prosperity. Oregon’s unparalleled biological diversity contributes to the new wave of “amenity-driven growth” that increasingly attracts new residents to our quality of life, not specifically to find jobs or enhanced incomes. Studies have also shown that between 1 in 5 and 1 in 2 logs cut in Oregon today are exported to China, which most certainly does not create sustainable jobs or build the wealth of our communities. Camp’s view is that these ecosystems, when left intact, are so much more prosperous that his team of fellow advocates are forming an Ecostry Cooperative to combine small-scale wood product manufacture with recreational uses to provide a long-term sustainable model, restoring mutually beneficial relationships between natural and human communities. The Camps’ efforts along with the Deer Creek watershed community, Sierra Club and others, to propose alternative solutions and their fierce opposition to wholesale logging of

Humans are the most survivalilliterate species, and we have now likely destroyed over half of the planet’s forests.


the ecosystems where they live, have been successful in stopping the piecemeal destruction of several areas of woodland over the past 30 years. Yet now there is a new threat on an entirely different scale… The recently proposed timber sale known as Pickett West is slated to destroy nearly 13,000 acres, including 2,500 acres of late successional reserve. The planning area encompasses a total of 200,000 acres, approximately half of this area being managed by Medford/Grants Pass BLM, which proposes to allow commercial logging and so-called ‘regeneration’ logging in sensitive areas along tributaries of the Rogue River from North Applegate to Galice. The potential devastation to both scenic areas and wildlife habitat are costs the industrial timber concerns have never properly accounted for in their own analyses of these activities. Several organizations, including the Applegate Neighborhood Network and Klamath Forest Alliance have been monitoring this project’s progress and are sounding the alarm that important Coho and Steelhead habitats will be adversely affected, as well as the health of the region’s watersheds. The BLM is scheduled to release an Environmental Assessment (EA) as early as May 2017 subsequent to which there will be a 30-day public comment period on preferred alternatives. The Pickett West logging plan includes the Deer Creek watershed and threatens the last of its late successional communities. Orville Camp makes it very clear that destroying canopy does not reduce fire risk. The carbon storage and other ecosystem functions of a mature stand of trees is dependent upon the ability of “plant roots to recycle topsoil energy back into living energy systems,” says Camp. “Dead organisms such as trees can sustain more life after death than before, and do so for a longer period of time.” Also, once the canopy is removed, microclimates that prevailed in the understory are lost and structures that sustain “species trait-environment compatibility” are disrupted. These structures cannot be rebuilt by humankind, nor can we randomly select healthy trees that are suitable for harvest as “dominant species are only determined by natural selection,” Camp asserts. “Unless a full life-cycle is observed, it is difficult to predict which trees have the dominant genes.” So how does one practice Ecostry and the Natural Selection Alternative to forestry? It is simple: identify areas where not to have any extraction; determine which resources can be extracted without degrading systems; and if access is needed, employ a Contour Concentric Looping Access system that retains natural infrastructure connectivity. The overall cost of such practices is far less, both in economic and ecological terms, overcoming liabilities to our communities. “We have no management costs,” insists Camp, “because we don’t manage the forest.” In these times of resource depletion and general economic uncertainty, a new paradigm of Natural Capitalism is needed. Orville Camp and his team of practicing Ecosters are links in a chain of 21st Century hunter-gatherers who continue to resist the predatory commercial logging practices of old because they are simply too destructive to living systems. When we preserve these systems for future benefit, everyone can be assured of prosperity, not merely the few in a single generation who have the temerity to fly in the face of Nature’s Law.






Primo Stout


PRIMO STOUT was featured in our ‘Strain Report’ last issue for good reason to be selected as the ‘Bud of the Month’ in this 420 Issue! This strain will knock your socks off (figuratively speaking)! Crossed between Girl Scout Cookie and Primo OG then bred back to GSC giving this strain one of the highest levels of THC that we have seen at 29%. As a hybrid Primo Stout is an indica dominant flower that will relax you instantly! This Indica-dominant hybrid is known to be quite spacey, creating a bit of a cerebral mindwarp. This makes it difficult for some to focus on a task longer than a few moments without conditioning. When you first look at the buds, they appear to be dark and tight, with a great flavor that can be described as brown sugar and pepper spice with a slight nutmeg and earthy undertones. What Carl Spackler had to say about this strain … “This is a hybrid. This is a cross, ah, of Bluegrass, Kentucky Bluegrass, Featherbed Bent, and Northern California Sensemilia. The amazing stuff about this is, that you can play 36 holes on it in the afternoon, take it home and just get stoned to the bejeezus-belt that night on this stuff.” …Ok so maybe it’s not the same cross, but the effects are spot on! WAM












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Purple Haze

Jimi Hendrix’s Legacy Lives on in his Brother … and Medicated Macaroons BY BUSTER BLAKENEY





w asn’t really sure what to expect when I was asked to interview Leon Hendrix, brother of one of rock ‘n’ roll music’s greatest luminaries and newly-minted cannabis entrepreneur. They’d also asked me to take a tour of the Purple Haze Properties, the company through which Hendrix is launching a line of Jimi-inspired cannabis lifestyle products. I’m more than a fan of Jimi Hendrix; I’m a devotee. I can’t count the times I’ve watched his face-melting performance of “Like a Rolling Stone” at the Monterey Pop Festival, and it was a rare day in high school when I didn’t listen to Are You Experienced from start to finish at least once. So to say I was a little skeptical would be an understatement. But my skepticism started to fade as I waited in the Purple Haze Properties lobby in the heart of the Sunset Strip, not far from where in 1967 The Doors might be jamming at the Sea Witch, or Phil Spector’s limo would cruise by. Or if you were very lucky, run into the legend himself — Jimi Hendrix. On the walls of the PHP offices hangs multiple portraits of Jimi, many of them done by their in-house artists, alongside mockups for new products ranging from medicated macaroons (with aptly-named flavors like “Foxy Lady” Strawberry and “Purple Haze” Blueberry) to cannabis-infused olive oil (naturally punned “Burning the Midnight Oil”). The atmosphere is one of business, to be sure, but Jimi’s essence seems to permeate the place like so much weed smoke. And then I meet Leon. He greets me, his manner echoing that of Jimi’s playful coyness in interviews. “Hey man. What’s your name?” “Buster,” I tell him, expecting a laugh or the double take, a response I’ve come to expect. Instead, his eyes go wide. “That’s my brother’s name!” he exclaims. “He never answered to James.” He’s referring to Jimi’s confusing history of endless name changes. Jimi was born Johnny Allen Hendrix, but his father, upon return from the Army, changed it to James Marshall Hendrix. “Johnny was my mom’s boyfriend’s name,” Leon tells me. “My dad couldn’t stand it.”

But his longest-lasting nickname was yet to come. Leon and Jimi’s respite from relative poverty in Seattle came from the local movie house where, for a nickel, the brothers would watch Flash Gordon serials starring Buster Crabbe. Jimi decided then and there that his name would be Buster, and upon returning home, wrapped himself in a blanket for a cape and promptly jumped out a window. “Buster busted his ankle,” he laughs with a grin at the cherished memory. As I talk to Leon, it becomes clear that regardless of what history, the public, or lawyers say, he believes that he and his children are the closest thing to true descendants of Jimi, who died childless. Even Leon’s son, “Little Jimi”, who was born on what would have been Jimi’s 42nd birthday, believes there’s something cosmic tying the whole affair together. Though Little Jimi favors mixing boards to guitars, there’s something indisputably similar to his rock star uncle, and I realize that Leon and his family are continuing Jimi’s legacy the best way they know how. But if Leon is the soul of Purple Haze Properties, Andrew Pitsicalis, the company’s CEO, is the heart and the brains. Cheery and wide-smiling, Andrew greets me in his offices where a giant LED TV with the Purple Haze Properties logo splayed across it hangs on one wall, and several ornately-blown glass bongs lining another. “Functional art,” he corrects me before taking a rip from one of them that would make Willie Nelson balk. He grins again as he exhales, and for a moment, my brain has trouble reconciling the cloud of weed smoke billowing from the portly, maybe-middle-aged guy smiling back at me like a teenager. Quiet intelligence emanates from his eyes, drawing me in despite the obscurity of it all. Pitsicalis fires up the TV on the wall and starts to explain that Purple Haze Properties is much more than just a line of Jimi-branded weed paraphernalia and tchotchkes; a statement he soon backs up with his slideshow presentation on the large flat screen. He explains the multi-pronged affair in detail. There are three divisions — Jimi’s




Edibles, Jimi’s Genetix, and Jimi’s Meds — each focusing on a different product line and revenue stream. Jimi’s Edibles is their culinary division, offering the aforementioned macaroons and olive oils alongside dozens of other products. I scan the designs and the names of each delicious-sounding, cannabis-infused treat: Maui Sunset saltwater taffy, New Rising Sun breakfast bars, Traffic Jam jelly spread, and Whammy Bar Ice Cream Bars. There are even cannabis-oil-infused Kale Chips, for the healthconscious stoner in your life. I silently resolve to ask Pitsicalis for samples of everything on the list before we move on to Jimi’s Genetix, the line of strains influenced by both Jimi’s music and the spirit of popular buds of the 60s and 70s. Leon tells me of the popularity of Panama Red, one of his and his late brother’s favorites, and possibly the most celebrated pot strain of the rock ‘n’ roll era. But Pitsicalis is no stranger to pot history, either, having displayed a green thumb at an early age to go along with his business acumen. Another grin spreads across Pitsicalis’ face as he tells me of his first horticultural endeavor, a backyard affair in the mid 90s when he was still an amateur enthusiast. “I still got a P out of it,” he whoops proudly. But the evidence of how far he’s come is plain to see as he tosses me a pack of prerolleds made from one of their Jimi’s Genetix strains. Adorning the pack is a hologram of Jimi waving to a crowd at Woodstock. As kitschy as it sounds, part of me can’t help but smile at how awesome the little touch is. It’s almost as awesome as the jar of Maui Sunset that Pitsicalis cracks open for me next. “You really smell those lovely floral, citrusy notes,” he swoons with the enthusiasm of a winemaker explaining one of his better vintages. I nod and smile and try to palm a particularly juicy nug. “You can just have that,” he says. I realize that his cheery demeanor isn’t entirely independent of the entrepreneur/ businessman running a successful brand.




The third division Purple Haze Properties is developing is Jimi’s Meds, a CBD-focused line of cannabis medications for patients such as cancer sufferers and those seeking a safer alternative to system-wrecking pain meds. Pitsicalis and Leon’s demeanor changes as they explain the Meds division, and the air of passionate, giggly enthusiasm is promptly replaced by one of serious commitment to care. Often skeptics hear the term “patient” to describe marijuana users looking to get around the law, but Pitsicalis assures me that a lot of these don’t have psychoactive effects. “That one is just CBDs. Just pain relief,” he says, passing me a beautiful pink macaroon. Other products still are designed to cater to the cannabisas-superfood market. “It’s like a wellness shot when you go to a smoothie place,” Pitsicalis explains. “You pay a little extra for the supplement that calms you or boosts your creativity.” But the crowning jewel in the Hendrix-Cannabis strata is Jimi’s Lounge, a planned property on the Hollywood Boulevard strip that will be a live music venue, cannabis lounge, and retail location. “We’ve already bought the building,” he beams. “It’s an awesome location right in the heart of Hollywood, and we’ve got guys putting up millions of dollars to build out the space.” The space he’s referring to sounds like a rock ‘n’ roll cannabis enthusiast’s Mecca. It’s no small wonder that his presentation decks project over $100 million in revenue by year five. “Imagine being able to check out awesome live music, then step into a medication lounge and being able to pick up some Captain Coconut and light up, hassle-free, then head back in to catch more rock ‘n’ roll.” He’s caught up in his vision, and for a minute, Leon and I dream along with him. “I think Jimi could get down like that,” I say. Leon and Pitsicalis nod knowingly, smiles playing along their faces.

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stoner 7



Well, it’s that time of the season again ... no, not Christmas. We’re talking smoking trees, not decorating them. 4/20 is just around the corner, and in order to celebrate that bowliest of holy days, we’ve compiled a list of our seven favorite movies dedicated to our favorite herb. Why seven movies for 4/20? I dunno, why do you ask so many questions? How about you just shut up, spark a J, and fire up your Netflix queue? OK, here we go.


Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle, 2004. For a lot of us in the millenial demographic, this was one of the first real stoner movies that we could call our own. Roldy and Kumar, a square accountant and his fuckup best friend in their early 20s, were pretty perfect heros for the internet generation. More importantly, their weed-fuelled quest for White Castle is one that’s familiar to pretty much anybody who’s lit a J before: when you have your heart set on something, you’ll do whatever it takes to get it - even if it is something as mediocre as a White Castle burger. Oh, and it also features Neil Patrick Harris in his best performance ever as a coked-up, car-stealing version of himself.





Half-Baked, 1998. Dave Chappelle’s stoner opus is, honestly, pretty dumb. Basically, Chappelle’s friend kills a diabetic police horse by feeding it candy, so he has to pull a heist of the medical-grade cannabis labs where he works to raise money for his buddy’s bail. Twenty years later, it barely holds up. But watching Half-Baked is like finding some old-ass weed in your stash drawer — sure, it’s super dated, pretty weak, and doesn’t really compare to that fire you get from a dispensary, but in spite of all that, it still makes you giggle.


Fast Times at Ridgemont High, 1982. Sean Penn’s turn as high school stoner Jeff Spiccoli was so on-point that he basically created the persona that all future high school stoners would look to. It’s so iconic that subsequent movies like Dazed and Confused feel like the director just told his actors “Go watch Ridgemont High and do that.” The movie’s not really about weed, but given that it’s got pretty much the best stoners of all time (and Phoebe Cates’ boobs) in it, Fast Times at Ridgemont High has a special place in history, and our hearts.


Celebrate 4/20 by watching one of these classic MJ movies



Super Troopers, 2001. A hundred pounds of killer weed. A dead body with a chimp tattooed on her ass. A group of chronically-bored highway patrolmen. Who knew that the results would be so insanely funny? This is the movie that put Broken Lizard (the comedy group that gave us Beerfest) on the map, and with good reason. There are so many hysterical, quotable moments (“I don’t want a large Farva!”) that this movie is an almostguaranteed way to bond with anybody born after 1980.

Cheech and Chong’s Next Movie, 1980. OK, now we’re getting into the heavy hitters. Cheech and Chong are Zeus-level gods of the pot-movie pantheon, but their often-emulated pothead personas aren’t the whole story. When you cut through the haze of smoke, cheap laughs, and brief nudity, you actually get some pretty great social commentary from Chong, who’s half Chinese, and Cheech, whose exaggerated Mexican accent is one of the most famous in history. Then again, you also get classic lines like, “Man, I’m gonna be late for work again. That’s the fifth time this week – and it’s only Tuesday, man!” Of the Cheech and Chong franchise, Next Movie stands out as the best — it’s a more refined iteration of Up In Smoke, but it avoids the repetition of the rest of the franchise. Plus the whole thing’s worth it for the “space coke” sequence alone.


The Big Lebowski, 1998. Where do you even begin with The Big Lebowski? It’s more than just a stoner movie, it’s a cult movement. Twenty years later, people are still showing up to their local Lebowskifests, dressed as Jeff Bridges’ iconic, sweater-clad antihero, The Dude. John Goodman gives arguably the best performance of his career as gun-toting Walter, chiding nihilists and chomping ears, and the Coen Brothers’ writing and direction turn a stoner detective story into high art (no pun intended), with twists and turns (a lotta ins, a lotta outs, a lotta what-have-you’s) aplenty. Fortunately, The Dude adheres to a pretty strict drug regimen to keep the strands together.


Friday, 1995. There is no greater tale of friendship, bravery, romance, and weed, than 1995’s Friday. Okay, that may be a little bit hyperbolic, but only slightly. Chris Tucker’s performance as Smokey is iconic, the soundtrack is a golden mixtape of R&B and Rap, and Ice Cube’s transition from screw-up to hero heartens us all. But Friday isn’t just a movie about two stoners trying to come up with $200, it’s also a pretty honest day-inthe-life look at ’90s Los Angeles that arrived when most movies were depicting it as hell on earth. Friday proved it wasn’t all drive-bys and murders (though they make an appearance), and they did it with a movie so funny it holds up twenty years later.




Theory Strain


STRAIN THEORY: noun (pl. theories) a supposition or a system of ideas intended

to explain something, especially one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explained: i.e., Darwin’s theory of evolution.

Healing the Body with Hydration and Water

WITH THE DOG DAYS OF SUMMER upon us, I thought I would speak about the life-enhancing, mindfulness-based self-care practice of hydration and healing with the spirit of water. In my humble opinion, dehydration is the most frequently overlooked cause of headache, fatigue, depression, dejection, frustration, anxiety and pain— easy to believe when you consider the human body is more than 70% water. Basic cellular functions of energy production, neurotransmitter signaling, thermodynamic regulation, and cellular waste removal are all fueled by water. In fact, all transport and communication systems inside and outside of the cell function in an environment of water. Dehydration, at the most basic level of the cell, dampens the cell’s internal ability to receive and respond to vibrational signals, including cannabinoid signaling. Why? Because dehydration stiffens the cytoskeleton, effectively dampening reception of the intracellular vibrational signals responsible for activating chemical processes occurring inside and outside of the cell. Stiff cytoskeletons reduce the total overall vibrational frequency of each being, and our ability to “tune” into the good stuff in our life. Did you know that the foggy or “heavy headband” feeling that is notorious with high THC strains like Headband is actually related to the pronounced dehydrating properties of this particular strain? In my practice, I encourage everyone to think critically about effect. Does the reader have an understanding of what a “headband” effect feels like? Next time you enjoy your medicine, pay close attention to any presence of a headband, then drink water and ask “has the headband decreased?” A yes answer is a positive affirmation of dehydration. Take note if strains are dehydrating and if after drinking water, the effect is different, because adequate hydration can increase symptom relief by providing more hydraulic energy to cells. Knowing how the strain feels on multiple levels of awareness helps the reader to avoid disagreeable strains while focusing on feel-good strains. This is especially important with integration of

chemotherapy, as these drugs are already extremely dehydrating. And of course let’s not forget to drink enough water. Divide your body weight in half to roughly calculate ounces per day needed for hydration. 1500ml/day will provide for basic hydration and is my daily goal for intake. My practice is to fill a 1500 ml mason jar with reverse osmosis water, add a pinch of Himalayan sea salt salt to support my sodium potassium cellular pump, then I give it a good blessing. I imprint my water with love, healing and happiness for my well being for that particular day. As a matter of fact whenever I drink anything, I bless it with love and gratitude. Dr. Masuru Emoto demonstrated in his book “The Hidden Messages in Water” that water is powerful conductor and carrier of energy. Dr. Emoto’s work demonstrates how the spoken word can help or harm by conducting energy through water. So mind what you say to water inside and outside of the body, as what we say to ourselves or others could harm as well as heal. Next time you drink a glass of water, hold it to your heart, fill yourself with joy, gratitude, and love and send it into your water. You will drink in the vibration of love and joy, of health and healing and living your greatest good. Enjoy your summer and remember to stay hydrated for health, healing and well being. In the next issue of Strain Theory, I’m going to talk more about body effect, stay tuned! I’m Nurse Courtney and my specialty is the holistic integration of Cannabinoid Science into population-based public health care. My purpose here is a deeper look at the effect of strains on our own experience of life and how we can best use cannabis plant medicine for healing and wellbeing. This all comes from my years of work helping patients identify and describe effects to choose the best medicine to treat their particular condition. I invite you to join me in deeper conversation about effect with Strain Theory.


J1 “J1” – Also known as Jack One — is a hybrid strain whose high-energy effects categorize it more on the sativa end of the scale. J1 is a cross between two sativas, Skunk #1 and Jack Herer, and is best known for its strong, uplifting, clearheaded buzz that allows for mobility. The flowers are emerald green and frosty with a sweet aroma resembling the unmistakable Jack Herer pungency.



Jack One

Relives pain


Relives stress Fights depression


PINK 92 Some purple strains darken only at the tips of the flower; this deeply colored bud is composed of a marbled purple and sage pattern that continues down to the stem. The medium density buds are coated in a thick sand of pale trichomes with a forest of orange hairs. The strain’s odor is pungent, but not reminiscent of a typical cannabis scent. Instead, it has a heavy, slightly bitter, earthy overtone reminiscent of brewing kava, with hints of spice that come through in the taste during combustion.



Pink 92

Relives pain


Relives stress Fights depression







Candyland, a gold medalist of the 2012 KushCon, is a sativa-dominant hybrid bred from Granddaddy Purple and Bay Platinum Cookies. Golden hairs weave through Candyland’s thick coat of sugarlike trichomes and highlight the compact, camouflage-colored buds. Candyland is great to relieve pain, muscle tension, and sour moods. Strong sativa genetics give Candyland uplifting and stimulating effects, making it a perfect strain for social gatherings, getting work done, or creative monents.

STRAIN ATTRIBUTES: Relives pain Relives stress Fights depression


Candy Land


PURPLE URKLE Purple Urkle came from a California strain that originated from a select phenotype of Mendocino Purps, while the essence is a blend of skunk, berry, and fresh grapes. Heavy indica effects that are deeply relaxing, sleep-inducing, and a great option for full-body pain relief. Purple Urkle is a perfect nighttime strain for those who suffer from insomnia with a lower THC matched CBD balance.

STRAIN ATTRIBUTES: Relives pain Relives stress Fights Insomnia


Purple Urkle






| Sour Gummiez flavors: Watermelon, JamBerry, Tropical Fruit, BlackBerry and Sour Apple DOSAGE: 55Mg EFFECTS: Soothing with sustained energy and comfort AS TESTED: Medical AVAILABLE FOR MEDICAL / RECREATIONAL: Both

LUNCH BOX ALCHEMY DOSAGE: 100mg EFFECTS: long lasting warm body high with euphoria AS TESTED: Medical AVAILABLE FOR MEDICAL / RECREATIONAL: Both

These new CBD gummies don’t taste like a regular edible … there is definitely a medical taste where you can tell the CBD is present. The candy now comes in a log so to speak with a dosing measure printed on the back of the package that we thought was really cool. There are 10 doses in each product making the CBD the highest that we have seen in Oregon with pretty much zero THC. They are derived from hemp, making this a safe product for children with medical conditions that require CBD. There are a variety of other flavors for those that like variety. We highly recommend trying them all.


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| Macaroons


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Lunchbox Alchemy does it again! Their consistency in potency and effectiveness are just as good as good can get! The Macaroons are light and airy with a phenomenal taste. If you enjoy coconut macaroons you will love these as the ‘medical taste’ is almost nonexistent.

5 5 5

One word to describe this edible … AMAZING! A flavor-rich bite that you should eat sparingly and very little hint of cannabis flavor. If you think the name is a little odd … trust us on the taste! With 65% cacao and a hint of cranberry and nuts, this bar will tantalize your taste buds, and leave you very satisfied medically.







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PORTLAND Alberta Green House 1313 NE Alberta St Portland, OR 97211 Phone: (503) 954-3900 Allied Patient Care, Inc. 729 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (800) 762-1452 Alternative Solutions 13560 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97236 Phone: (503) 761-1635 AmeriCanna Rx 8654 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (971) 254-4581 Archive Portland 10645 SE Henry St Portland, OR 97266 Phone: (503) 719-4229 Attis Trading - Barbur 7737 SW Barbur Blvd Portland, OR 97219 Phone: (503) 841-5462 Attis Trading - Cully 4920 NE Cully Blvd Portland, OR 97218 Phone: (503) 477-8981 Attis Trading Company 2606 SE Gladstone St Ste 101 Portland, OR 97202 Phone: (971) 544-7685 Belmont Collective 2036 SE Belmont St Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (503) 477-8953 Bijan 3075 NW Front Ave. Portland, OR 97210 Phone: (503) 819-7358 Bloom 2637 NE Martin Luther King Blvd Suite #B Portland, OR 97212 Phone: (503) 444-7538 Botanica 4124 SE 60th Ave Portland, OR 97206 Phone: (503) 388-7663



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Botanica PDX 128 SE 12th Ave Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (503) 462-7220

Collective Awakenings 2823 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97232 Phone: (503) 206-7090

Flora Portland 110 SE Main St, Ste C Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (503) 477-4261

Green Oasis - NE 4046 NE Cully Blvd Portland, OR 97213 Phone: (971) 200-5552

Bridge City Collective - North 4312 N Williams Ave Portland, OR 97217 Phone: (503) 384-2955

Cured Green 3715 N Lombard St Portland, OR 97217 Phone: (503) 928-7767

Foster Buds 5522 SE Foster Rd Portland, OR 97206 Phone: (503) 444-7433

Greener Grasses 909 NE Dekum St Portland, OR 97211 Phone: (971) 217-9936

Bridge City Collective - Southeast 215 SE Grand Ave Portland, OR 97232 Phone: (503) 477-9532

Deanz Greenz - Foster 5625 SE 85th Ave Portland, OR 97266 Phone: (503) 265-8353

Front Avenue 730 SW 1st Ave Portland, OR 97204 Phone: (971) 279-5544

Greensky Collective 4027 N Interstate Ave Portland, OR 97227 Phone: (503) 208-9775

Brothers Cannabis Club 3609 SE Division ST Portland, OR 97202 Phone: (503) 894-8001

Deanz Greenz - Sandy 10518 NE Sandy Blvd Unit B Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (971) 255-0758

Glisan Buds 7201 NE Glisan St #D Portland, OR 97223 Phone: (503) 946-6415

Grohi Station 14812 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97236 Phone: (503) 206-8150

Budlandia 16440 SE Division St Portland, OR 97236 Phone: (503) 805-2871

Divine Kind Inc 8601 SW Terwilliger Blvd Portland, OR 97219 Phone: (503) 889-0929

Gram Central Station 6430 NE MLK Blvd Portland, OR 97211 Phone: (503) 284-6714

Happy Leaf 1301 NE Broadway Ave Portland, OR 97232 Phone: (971) 800-0420

Calyxes 7501 SW Capitol Hwy Portland, OR 97219 Phone: (503) 889-0682

Doctors Orders 3424 NE 82nd Ave Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (971) 254-4731

Gras on 7th 621 SE 7th Ave Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (503) 477-4580

Pür Roots Dispensary 5816 NE Portland Hwy Portland, OR 97218 Phone: (503) 912-4372

Canna and the City 3607 SW Corbett Ave Portland, OR 97239 Phone: (503) 719-7216

Elevation 525 SW 12th Ave Portland, OR 97205 Phone: (971) 322-9469

Grateful Meds 7050 NE MLK Blvd Portland, OR 97211 Phone: (503) 774-3699

Herbalist Farmer, Inc. 45 NE 122nd Ave Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (503) 252-9088

Canna Source 4435 NE 148th Ave Ste. C Portland, OR 97230 Phone: (971) 254-4374

Emerald Leaf Institute 3829 NE Columbia Blvd Portland, OR 97211 Phone: (503) 284-5323

Greeley Gallery 6512 N Greeley Ave Portland, OR 97217 Phone: (503) 889-0729

Hi Cascade 11030 SE Holgate Blvd Portland, OR 97266 Phone: (503) 946-8474

Cannabliss And Co 1917 SE 7th Ave Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (503) 719-4338

Evergreen Medicinals 9046 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (971) 254-9584

Green Cottage Remedies 3675 SW Troy St Portland, OR 97219 Phone: (503) 922-2555

Home Grown Apothecary 1937 NE Pacific St Portland, OR 97232 Phone: (503) 232-1716

Cannacea 10735 NE Halsey St Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (844) 226-6223

Exodus Wellness Center 16211 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97236 Phone: (971) 242-8079

Green Goddess Remedies 5435 SW Taylors Ferry Rd Portland, OR 97219 Phone: (503) 764-9000

J.C. Hawthorne’s 1133 SE 82nd Ave Portland, OR 97215 Phone: (503) 998-7351

Canna-Daddy’s Wellness Center 16955 SE Division St Portland, OR 97236 Phone: (971) 279-4932

Family Philanthropic Enterprises 6712 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97213 Phone: (503) 866-5061

Green Gratitude 10322 SE Holgate Blvd Portland, OR 97266 Phone: (503) 444-7707

JAYNE 2145 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Portland, OR 97212 Phone: (503) 719-5665

Chalice Farms - Powell 5333 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97206 Phone: (503) 788-9999

Farma 916 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (503) 206-4357

Green Oasis 1035 SE Tacoma Portland, OR 97202 Phone: (503) 206-7266

Kaleafa 5232 SE Woodstock Blvd Portland, OR 97206 Phone: (971) 407-3208

Club Sky High 8957 N Lombard St Portland, OR 97203 Phone: (503) 719-5801

Five Zero Trees 10209 SE Division St Portland, OR 97266 Phone: (971) 242-8492

Green Oasis - Jantzen 11850 N Center Ave Portland, OR 97217 Phone: (503) 278-4560

Kaya Shack 1719 SE Hawthorne Blvd Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (503) 954-2348


HOME GROWN APOTHECARY 1937 NE Pacific St Portland, OR 97232 (503) 232-1716

AMERICAN CANNABIS CO. 2131 W. Main Street Medford, OR 97501 (541) 816-4420

Kind Heart Collective 8217 N Denver Ave Portland, OR 97217 Phone: (503) 966-5580

Maritime Cafe, Inc. 17415 SE McLoughlin Blvd Portland, OR 97267 Phone: (503) 305-8307

One Draw Two 11711 NE Halsey St Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (503) 421-8405

Portland Canna Connection 1515 SE 46th Ave Portland, OR 97215 Phone: (503) 477-9247

Rose City Wellness 214 NW Couch Street Portland, OR 97209 Phone: (503) 206-4781

Kings of Canna 1465 NE Prescott St Ste C Portland, OR 97211 Phone: (971) 319-6945

Medijuana4U 8135 SE Woodward St Portland, OR 97206 Phone: (503) 841-6223

Oregon Grown Gift Shop 332 SE 82nd Ave Portland, OR 97216 Phone: (971) 319-6093

Rose Plaza 13810 NE Sandy Blvd Ste #13836 Portland, OR 97230 Phone: (971) 645-3407

Krystal Green 11134 NE Halsey St Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (503) 808-0224

MindRite 1780 NW Marshall St Portland, OR 97209 Phone: (503) 477-4430

Oregon House of Herbs 8105 N Fessenden St Portland, OR 97203 Phone: (503) 946-1972

Portland Compassionate Caregivers 4020 SE 39th Avenue Portland, OR 97202 Phone: (971) 229-0157

La Cannaisseur 10700 NW St Helens Rd Portland, OR 97231 Phone: (503) 285-0355

Mt Hood Wellness Center 11121 SE Division St Portland, OR 97266 Phone: (971) 279-4116

Oregon Weedery 2312 NW Kearney St Portland, OR 97210 Phone: (503) 750-4594

La Mota 7435 SE 52nd Ave Portland, OR 97206 Phone: (503) 777-9333

Natural Remedies 8700 SW 26th Ave Ste Z Portland, OR 97219 Phone: (503) 719-7881

La Mota 2 4999 NE 99th Ave Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (503) 254-9333

Natural Remedies East 16554 SE McLoughlin Blvd Portland, OR 97267 Phone: (503) 724-9648

Oregon’s Alternative Medical Center 6300 NE 42nd Ave Portland, OR 97218 Phone: (971) 302-6277

Left Coast Connection 10055 NE Glisan St Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (971) 407-3049

Natural Wonders 1402 SE Cesar E Chavez Blvd Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (503) 928-1228

Little Amsterdam Wellness Center - SW 7035 SW Macadam Ave Portland, OR 97239 Phone: (503) 384-2751

Nature’s Alternative, Inc. 15350 NE Sandy Blvd Units #C and #D Portland, OR 97230 Phone: (503) 252-9905

Little Amsterdam Wellness Center - West 5320 SW Macadam Ave Portland, OR 97239 Phone: (503) 303-7489 Local Herb Collective 15948 SE Division Portland, OR 97236 Phone: (503) 433-8030 Local Leaf 7570 SW 74th Ave. Portland, OR 97223 Phone: (503) 946-8199 Marijuana Paradise 9663 SW Barbur Blvd Portland, OR 97219 Phone: (503) 206-7462

Portland Extracts 2123 SE Division St Portland, OR 97202 Phone: (503) 719-4861 Portland Medicine Pot 5135 NW St. Helens Rd Portland, OR 97210 Phone: (503) 208-2454 Progressive Collective 9810 E Burnside St. Portland, OR 97216 Phone: (503) 444-7792

Oregon’s Finest - Convention Cntr 736 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Portland, OR 97232 Phone: (503) 239-1150

Puddletown Organics 8201 SE Powell Blvd Ste F Portland, OR 97266 Phone: (503) 558-6321

Oregon’s Finest - Pearl District 1327 NW Kearney St Portland, OR 97209 Phone: (971) 254-4765

Pure Green 3738 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97232 Phone: (971) 242-8561

Pacific Green 710 NE Killingsworth St Portland, OR 97211 Phone: (971) 242-8535

Purple Organics Marijuana 11321 SW 64th Ave Portland, OR 97219 Phone: (503) 206-4939

Nectar - Mississippi 4125 N Mississippi Avenue Portland, OR 97217 Phone: (503) 206-4818

Pakalolo PDX 1528 SE Holgate Blvd Portland, OR 97202 Phone: (503) 369-8955

ReLeaf MM 1034 SE 122nd Ave Portland, OR 97233 Phone: (503) 278-9237

Nectar - 122nd Ave 1019 NE 122nd St Portland, OR 97230 Phone: (971) 279-2512

Panacea 6714 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97213 Phone: (503) 477-5083

Rip City Remedies Inc 3325 SE Division St Portland, OR 97202 Phone: (503) 235-6000

Nectar - Sandy Blvd 3350 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97232 Phone: (971) 703-4777

PHMR 10929 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97720 Phone: (503) 347-5519

RKO 8265 SE McLoughlin Blvd Portland, OR 97202 Phone: (971) 254-9516

New Vansterdam Medical 4709 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy Portland, OR 97221 Phone: (503) 889-0715

Plane Jane’s 10530 NE Simpson St Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (971) 255-0999

Rooted Northwest 7817 NE Halsey St Portland, OR 97213 Phone: (503) 780-4834

Northwest Releaf 6126 SE Duke St Unit A Portland, OR 97206 Phone: (971) 242-8873

Portland Best Buds 6313 N Lombard St Portland, OR 97203 Phone: (503) 954-1862

Rose City Oreganics 5918 SE 89th Portland, OR 97266 Phone: (503) 477-6727 www.weedaficionadomag.com

Satchel 6900 N Interstate Portland, OR 97217 Phone: (503) 206-4725 Serra - Belmont 2519 SE Belmont St Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (971) 544-7055 Serra - Downtown 220 SW 1st Ave Portland, OR 97204 Phone: (971) 279-5613 Shango - Airport 6033 NE Win Sivers Dr Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (971) 279-5526 Shango - Harold St. 8056 SE Harold St Portland, OR 97206 Phone: (503) 788-7005 Silver Stem Fine Cannabis 1926 NE 40th Ave Portland, OR 97212 Phone: (503) 208-2074 Stone Age Farmacy 8621 SW Canyon Dr Portland, OR 97225 Phone: (503) 206-8785 Stoney Brothers 7827 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97206 Phone: (503) 889-0504 Sweet Leaf Illusions 8434 SE 82nd Ave Portland, OR 97266 Phone: (503) 719-5322 Sweet Leaf Portland 2367 SE 122nd Ave Portland, OR 97233 Phone: (971) 703-4552 Terpene Station 1436 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97202 Phone: (503) 477-8380



DISPENSARIES continued The Finest Kind 9127 SE Stark St Portland, OR 97216 Phone: (503) 477-8870

ZION Cannabis 2331 SW 6th Ave Portland, OR 97201 Phone: (971) 255-1758

The Flower Shop 12550 SE Division St Portland, OR 97236 Phone: (971) 254-9185


The Grass Shack 6802 NE Broadway St Portland, OR 97213 Phone: (503) 719-6192 The Green Front 6814 NE Glisan St Portland, OR 97213 Phone: (503) 252-0036 The Green House 4936 N Williams Ave Portland, OR 97217 Phone: (971) 229-1266 The Green Planet 10022 SW Canyon Rd Portland, OR 97225 Phone: (503) 292-1203 The Green Remedy 12447 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97236 Phone: (503) 954-2991 The Human Collective II 9220 SW Barbur Blvd, Suite #107 Portland, OR 97219 Phone: (503) 208-3042 The New Amsterdam 2201 N Killingsworth St Portland, OR 97217 Phone: (503) 558-5678 The Pharm Shoppe 10931 SW 53rd Ave Portland, OR 97219 Phone: (503) 477-8800 Thurman Street Collective 2384 NW Thurman St Portland, OR 97210 Phone: (971) 803-7970 Traditional Medicinal PDX 16306 NE Glisan St Portland, OR 97230 Phone: (661) 400-0934 Tree House Collective 2419 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97232 Phone: (503) 894-8774 Uplift Botanicals 5421 NE 33rd Ave Portland, OR 97211 Phone: (971) 319-6118 Urban Farmacy 420 NE 60th Ave Portland, OR 97213 Phone: (503) 957-7832 Vessel, Inc. 1979 NW Vaughn St, Suite B Portland, OR 97209 Phone: (503) 410-7396



Albany Alternative Health Solutions 820 Pacific Blvd SE, Ste B Albany, OR 97321 Phone: (541) 981-2527 Four Seasons Dispensary and Resource Center 30943 Ehlen Dr Albany, OR 97321 Phone: (541) 979-5750 Going Green Albany 1225 Commercial Wy SE Albany, OR 97322 Phone: (541) 405-8856 Gramsterdam 2300 Ferry St SW Ste 1 Albany, OR 97322 Phone: (541) 981-2620 Oregon Cannabis Co. 1977 Santiam Hwy Albany, OR 97322 Phone: (541) 791-7714

Nature’s Choice Alternative Medicine 229 W Marine Dr Ste C Astoria, OR 97016 Phone: (503) 325-8570 Sweet Relief - Port Astordam 65 Portway St Astoria, OR 97103 Phone: (503) 741-3441 Sweet Relief Natural Medicine 1444 Commercial St Astoria, OR 97103 Phone: (503) 468-0881 BEAVERTON Blooming Deals 15915 NW Schendel Ave Beaverton, OR 97006 Phone: (503) 430-5909 Green Mart 12745 SW Walker Rd Ste 100 Beaverton, OR 97005 Phone: (503) 747-0333 Growing ReLeaf 4160 SW 109th Ave Beaverton, OR 97005 Phone: (971) 319-2939

West Coast Alternative Medicine 181 34th Ave SW Albany, OR 97322 Phone: (541) 791-7237

Oregon Bud Company 3270 SW Cedar Hills Blvd, Unit 104 Beaverton, OR 97005 Phone: (503) 352-4484



The Medmar Clinic 20595 SW TV Hwy Aloha, OR 97006 Phone: (503) 591-9333

5LMNT 63552 N Hwy 97 Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 408-9058

Westside Wellness 18918 SW Shaw St Aloha, OR 97007 Phone: (503) 649-2999

Bloom Well, Inc. 1814 NE Division St Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 317-1814


Cannabend 3312 N HWY 97 Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 617-0420

Breeze Botanicals 1526 Siskiyou Blvd Ashland, OR 97520 Phone: (541) 708-6446 House of Leaves 488 N Main St #2 Ashland, OR 97520 Phone: (541) 488-6776 Portland Organic Therapy 481 Applegate Way Ashland, OR 97520 Siskiyou Medical Supply 1796 Ashland St Ashland, OR 97520 Phone: (541) 488-7621 ASTORIA Farmacy 2911 Marine Dr Ste B Astoria, OR 97103 Phone: (503) 325-3276


CannaCopia 923 SE 3rd St Bend, OR 97702 Phone: (541) 678-5199 DiamondTREE 2715 NE Hwy 20 Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 706-9340 Dr. Jolly’s 415 SE 3rd St Bend, OR 97702 Phone: (541) 508-2708 Garden Kings 325 NE Franklin Ave Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 610-3667 Good Leaf Organic Collective 20360 Empire Ave #B-8 Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 382-9420

High Grade Organics 224 SE Davis Ave Bend, OR 97702 Phone: (541) 647-2785

Rogue Valley Cannabis 6388 Crater Lake Ave Central Point, OR 97502 Phone: (541) 879-0681

Jenny’s Dispensary 934 NE 3rd St Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 797-2120


Miracle Greens, Inc. 20565 Brinson Blvd Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 952-2363 Oregon Euphorics 70 SW Century Dr, Ste 180 Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 213-6724 Oregrown 1199 NW Wall St Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (844) 673-4769 The Herb Center 2205 NE Division St Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 550-7325 The Medication Station 817 NW Hill St Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 550-7777 Tokyo Starfish 542 NW Arizona Ave Bend, OR 97701 Phone: (541) 797-2110 Top Shelf Medicine 815 NE Greenwood Ave Bend, OR 97702 Phone: (541) 389-1043 BROOKINGS Banana Belt Safe Access Center 16399 Lower Harbor Rd Brookings, OR 97415 Phone: (541) 813-2503 Bud Bros 1240 Chetco Ave Stes E&F Brookings, OR 97415 Phone: (541) 412-1675 High Tide Wellness Center 15957 S Hwy 101 Brookings, OR 97415 Phone: (541) 813-1976 South Coast Dispensaries 1025 Chetco Ave #4 Brookings, OR 97415 Phone: (541) 813-2133 West Coast Organics 855 Railroad St Brookings, OR 97415 Phone: (541) 813-1995 CAVE JUNCTION Papa’s Dispensary 226 N. Redwood Hwy Cave Junction, OR 97523 Phone: (541) 592-4367 CENTRAL POINT

Herbal Choices 63247 Troller Rd Charleston, OR 97420 Phone: (541) 808-3840 CLACKAMAS Oregon Bud Company 16631 SE 82nd Dr Clackamas, OR 97015 Phone: (503) 850-4930 Stoney Only 10289 SE HWY 212 Clackamas, OR 97015 Phone: (503) 303-5752 COOS BAY South Coast Compassion 93705 Newport Ln Coos Bay, OR 97420 Phone: (541) 267-0707 CORVALLIS Beaver Bowls 227 SW 6th St. Corvallis, OR 97333 Phone: (541) 286-4657 Green Room 2521 NW 9th St Corvallis, OR 97330 Phone: (541) 230-1096 High Quality Compassion 1300 NW 9th St Corvallis, OR 97330 Phone: (541) 286-4771 Natures Better Health Center 220 NW 2nd St Corvallis, OR 97330 Phone: (541) 207-8136 The Agrestic 1665 SE 3rd St Corvallis, OR 97333 Phone: (541) 753-4182 COTTAGE GROVE Apothecaria 700 Row River Rd Cottage Grove, OR 97424 Phone: (541) 649-1164 Mandy’s Med Club 335 Hwy 99 S Cottage Grove, OR 97424 Phone: (541) 942-5047 The Holistic Coop 1049 E. Main St. Cottage Grove, OR 97424 Phone: (541) 946-3337 The Medication Station 1041 Hwy 99 N Cottage Grove, OR 97424 Phone: (541) 946-7294 DAMASCUS

Green Apple NW 24180 SE Borges Rd Damascus, OR 97089 Phone: (503) 791-8986

MOSS Crossing 2751 Friendly St. Eugene, OR 97405 Phone: (541) 636-3724


Nectar Cannabis 340 River Rd Eugene, OR 97404 Phone: (541) 255-2457

Flower Pot 433 N Hwy 101 Depoe Bay, OR 97341 Phone: (541) 614-4840 DEXTER Blue Moon Dispensary 39092 Dexter Rd Dexter, OR 97431 Phone: (541) 937-2993 DUNDEE Chalice Farms - Dundee 1178 SW OR-99W Dundee, OR 97148 Phone: (503) 487-6523 EUGENE Amazon Organics 3443 Hilyard St Eugene, OR 97405 Phone: (541) 636-4100 Bud’s 439 W 1st St,Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 735-3521 Cannabliss And Co 588 E 11th Ave Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 600-8185 Casper’s Cannabis Club 814 E 12th St Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 357-4328 Emerald City Medicinal Delivery Service 1474 W 6th Ave Eugene, OR 97402 Phone: (541) 505-9065 Eugene OG 2045 Franklin Blvd Eugene, OR 97403 Phone: (541) 505-7575 Eugreen Health Center 1000 Obie St Ste A Eugene, OR 97402 Phone: (541) 505-7275 Flowr of Lyfe 114 W Broadway St Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 653-8801 Green Health Associates 607 Hwy 99 N Eugene, OR 97402 Phone: (541) 357-5973 HWY 99 Cannabis Company 1083B Hwy 99 N Eugene, OR 97402 Phone: (541) 688-1233 Jamaica Joel’s 37 W 13th Ave Ste 201 Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 505-8293

Next Level Wellness 2837 Willamette St Eugene, OR 97405 Phone: (541) 515-6514

Twenty After Four Wellness Center 420 Blair Blvd, Unit A Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 393-6820 FLORENCE Buds4u 1480 Rhododendron Dr Florence, OR 97439 Phone: (541) 997-5321 FOREST GROVE

NoDak Green Prairie 390 Coburg Rd Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 505-8740

Phresh Cannabis 2743 19th Ave Forest Grove, OR 97116 Phone: (503) 430-1575

Oregon Medigreen 570 Lawrence St #112 Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 636-4029


Oregon Microgrowers Guild 1395 Cross St Eugene, OR 97402 Phone: (541) 246-8972 Oregon’s Green Rush 2644 River Rd, Ste 5 Eugene, OR 97404 Phone: (541) 653-8523 Rare Earth Organics 2699 Roosevelt Blvd Eugene, OR 97402 Phone: (541) 357-5546 Serra 1201 W 11th Eugene, OR 97402 Phone: (541) 653-9706 Sweet Tree Farms 4097 W 11th Ave Eugene, OR 97402 Phone: (541) 246-8075 Terpene Station 645 River Rd Eugene, OR 97404 Phone: (541) 234-5122 Terrapin Care Station 835 E Park St Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (303) 579-6596 The Greener Side 1553 Oak St Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 345-8904 The Herbal Centre 463 River Ave Eugene, OR 97404 Phone: (458) 201-8164

Club Sockeye 94253 North Bank Rogue River Rd Gold Beach, OR 97444 Phone: (541) 247-9080 GOLD HILL Breeze Botanicals 315 Second Ave Gold Hill, OR 97525 Phone: (541) 855-8797 GRANDE RONDE Going Green Grande Ronde 25715 Salmon River Hwy Grande Ronde, OR 97396 Phone: (541) 740-2628 GRANTS PASS ANTHEIA 2455 Rogue River Hwy Grants Pass, OR 97527 Phone: (541) 295-8271 Nature Script’s 6790 Williams Hwy Ste A Grants Pass, OR 97527 Phone: (541) 862-7420 SkunkRx 8979 Rogue River Hwy. Grants Pass, OR 97527 Phone: (541) 299-0599 Stone Age Republic 850 Rogue River Hwy Grants Pass, OR 97527 Phone: (541) 441-4876 Tamerans 3388 Merlin Rd Grants Pass, OR 97526 Phone: (541) 295-8551 GRESHAM

The People’s Wellness Center 71 Centennial Loop Ste B Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 505-8100

Ripped City 2058 NW Burnside Rd Gresham, OR 97030 Phone: (855) 710-9333

TrackTown Collective 3675 Franklin Blvd Eugene, OR 97403 Phone: (541) 654-0452

HAPPY VALLEY Stumptown Cannabis 10587 SE 82nd Ave Happy Valley, OR 97086 Phone: (503) 908-8642

HILLSBORO Mahalo 353 SW Walnut Hillsboro, OR 97123 Phone: (971) 246-5052 SHANGO 1775 SE Tualatin Valley Highway Hillsboro, OR 97123 Phone: (503) 372-5254 HOOD RIVER

A Better Way Medicinal Alternatives 3255 Washburn Wy Ste #5 Klamath Falls, OR 97603 Phone: (541) 887-2335 Native Herbs 2300 Suite B Washburn Way Klamath Falls, OR 97603 Phone: (541) 887-2032 LA GRANDE

Evergreen Hood River 1408 13th St Hood River, OR 97031

Eagle Cap Dispensary 1609 N. Albany St. #5 La Grande, OR 97850 Phone: (541) 786-1508

Gorge Greenery 13 Oak Street Hood River, OR 97031 Phone: (541) 508-0685

HWY 30 Cannabis 1709 Adams Ave La Grande, OR 97850 Phone: (541) 605-0104

High Winds Cannabis 220 Clearwater Ln Ste B Hood River, OR 97031 Phone: (541) 386-9333


Mountain View Naturals 1020 Wasco St Suite E Hood River, OR 97031 Phone: (541) 436-3333 The Gorge Green Cross 602 Oak St Hood River, OR 97031 Phone: (541) 490-5441 HUNTINGTON 420ville 210 W Washington St Huntington, OR 97907 Phone: (541) 869-2029

Green Knottz 51546 Hwy 97 #7 La Pine, OR 97739 Phone: (541) 536-1070 High Desert Botanicals 51456 Hwy 97 suite 3 La Pine, OR 97739 Phone: (541) 536-5161 LINCOLN CITY Lincoln City Collective 1266 SW 50th St. Lincoln City, OR 97367 Phone: (541) 557-9402


Pacific Wave Resource Center 1543 NW 19th St Lincoln City, OR 97367 Phone: (541) 614-1364

Blackbird Indica 319 S 10th St Independence, OR 97351 Phone: (503) 420-4197

Pipe Dreams 1745 SW Highway 101 Ste C Lincoln City, OR 97367 Phone: (541) 614-0682

Healing Green 769 N Main Ste C Independence, OR 97351 Phone: (503) 837-0048

Renee’s Herb Store 3203 SW Hwy 101 Lincoln City, OR 97367 Phone: (541) 994-9733


Sunray Cannabis 1347 NW Hwy 101 Lincoln City, OR 97367 Phone: (541) 614-1358

Alpha Alternative Solutions 3700 River Rd N Ste 11 Keizer, OR 97303 Phone: (971) 304-7141 Kush Dispensary of Oregon 4785 River Rd Keizer, OR 97303 Phone: (503) 991-5923

TERP Collective 4355 N Hwy 101 Lincoln City, OR 97367 Phone: (541) 614-1711 MADRAS

Oregon Bud Company 3450 River Rd N Keizer, OR 97303 Phone: (971) 599-5438

Central Organics 780 SW 4th St Madras, OR 97741 Phone: (541) 475-0420


DiamondTREE 380 N Hwy 26, Madras, OR 97741 Phone: (541) 475-4605

Mainstreaming our Medicine 24394 Redwood Hwy Kerby, OR 97531 Phone: (541) 415-1550 KLAMATH FALLS www.weedaficionadomag.com

Madras Resource Center 141 SE 5th St Madras, OR 97741 Phone: (541) 777-7877 APRIL/MAY 2017


DISPENSARIES continued Plantae Health Care 1100 SW Hwy 97 Ste 103 Madras, OR 97741 Phone: (541) 460-0442

Pharm to Table 3528 S. Pacific Hwy Medford , OR 97504 Phone: (541) 897-0531

The Medication Station 454 SW Coast Hwy Newport, OR 97365 Phone: (541) 265-9170




Puff Oregon 47700 NW Sunset Hwy Manning, OR 97106 (503) 324-1281

River City 115 Galice Rd Merlin, OR 97532 Phone: (541) 450-1585

Positive Vibrations 2001 Union Avenue North Bend, OR 97459 Phone: (541) 808-9230



Oregon Coast Cannabis 868 Laneda Avenue Manzanita, OR 97130 Phone: (503) 368-4200

Green Stop Meds 17030 SE McLoughlin Blvd Milwaukie, OR 97267 Phone: (503) 659-0740

Stonies LLC 3682 Tremont St North Bend, OR 97420 Phone: (541) 751-0005


Little Amsterdam Wellness Center 18819 SE McLoughlin Blvd Milwaukie , OR 97267 Phone: (503) 303-7489

buds4u 10692 Hwy 126 Ste 2 Mapleton, OR 97453 Phone: (541) 268-1924 MCMINNVILLE Medicine Tree 2046 OR 99W #A McMinnville, OR 97128 Phone: (503) 474-6464 New Leaf CannaCenter 3325 NE Riverside Dr McMinnville, OR 97128 Phone: (503) 435-2837 New Leaf Midtown 2205 NE Evans McMinnville, OR 97128 Ocean Grown Cannabis Company 13580 SW Hwy 99W Ste 1 McMinnville, OR 97128 Phone: (503) 687-2668 The Green Heart Oregon 1208 SW Baker St McMinnville, OR 97128 Phone: (503) 883-9007 MEDFORD Dab Town USA 1244 S Riverside Ave Medford, OR 97524 Phone: (541) 690-1711 Lime Green 17 S Riverside Ave Medford , OR 97501 Phone: (541) 324-3052 Maryjanes Basement 259 E Barnett Rd Medford , OR 97501 Phone: (541) 690-1542 Oregon Farmacy 1 W 6th St Ste 104 Medford, OR 97501 Phone: (541) 816-4620 Patients Helping Patients 2390 W Main St, Ste D Medford, OR 97501 Phone: (541) 840-0818



Top Hat Express 11916 SE 22nd Ave, Ste B Milwaukie, OR 97222 Phone: (971) 272-1825 MOLALLA Shango 109 W Main Street Molalla, OR 97038 Phone: (503) 829-7717 Today’s Herbal Choice 31568 S Hwy 213 Molalla, OR 97038 Phone: (503) 829-2837 NEWBERG Oasis Cannabis Newberg 308 Villa Rd Ste 115 Newberg, OR 97132 Phone: (971) 832-8737 Western Oregon Dispensary 1013 North Springbrook Rd. Newberg, OR 97132 Phone: (503) 487-6679 NEWPORT CannaMedicine 157 NW 15th St Newport, OR 97365 Phone: (541) 574-2685 Central Coast Releaf 1164 SW Coast Hwy Ste B Newport, OR 97365 Phone: (541) 265-9170 I and I 452 SW Bay Blvd. Newport, OR 97365 Phone: (541) 216-4999

ROGUE RIVER Rogue River Herbal Pain Management Center 510 E Main Street Rogue River, OR 97537 Phone: (541) 299-0090 Rouge River Cannabis 204 Madrone St Rogue River, OR 97537 Phone: (541) 299-0576

Hi Cascade 5070 Commercial St Ste 115 Salem, OR 97302 Phone: (971) 273-7920


Kaya Shack 2 5757 Commercial St SE, Ste 108 Salem, OR 97306 Phone: (503) 990-6755

420 Club 2574 & 2576 NE Stephens St Roseburg, OR 97470 Phone: (541) 672-2420

OG Collective 3410 Hawthorne Ave NE Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 385-1948


CannaKing Marijuana Dispensaries 1449 NW Mulholland Ave Roseburg, OR 97470 Phone: (855) 420-1420

Peace Love and Cannabis 2625 Salem Dallas Hwy NW Salem, OR 97304 Phone: (971) 701-3694

GreenOak N.V. 48122 Hwy 58 Oakridge, OR 97463 Phone: (479) 256-9685

Cougar Cannabis 1969 NE Diamond Lake Blvd Roseburg, OR 97470 Phone: (541) 391-4955


La Mota 3 644 SE Cass St Roseburg, OR 97470 Phone: (541) 672-9333

OAKLAND Whistling Sister Green Goddess 559-B John Long Rd Oakland, OR 97462 Phone: (541) 784-5410

Eastern Oregon Wellness Center 42 SW 3rd Ave Ontario, OR 97914 Phone: (541) 216-2168 PHOENIX Fireside Dispensary 4149 S Pacific Hwy Phoenix, OR 97501 Phone: (541) 897-4420 Top Shelf Wellness Center 205 Fern Valley Rd Ste C Phoenix, OR 97535 Phone: (541) 897-0716 PRINEVILLE Plantae Health Care 2675 High Desert Dr Prineville, OR 97754 Phone: (541) 233-3328 RAINIER Big Bhang 74382 Columbia River Hwy Rainier, OR 97016 Phone: (503) 556-3333 Oregon Medical Grade 75940 Rockcrest St Rainier, OR 97048 Phone: (503) 395-2340 RHODODENDRON

Umpqua Green Cross 2485 NE Diamond Lake Blvd Roseburg, OR 97470 Phone: (541) 900-1177 SALEM 2nd Step Dispensary 1295 Oxford St SE Salem, OR 97302 Phone: (503) 391-8214 7 Leaf Collective 1026 Commercial St NE Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 362-1742 Ancient Remedies 2350 State St Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 990-6723 CannaMedicine 3212 Triangle Dr SE Salem, OR 97302 Phone: (503) 585-2697 Cherry City Compassion 2025 25th St SE Salem, OR 97302 Phone: (971) 273-7607 Club Pitbull 4088 State St Salem, OR 97317 Phone: (503) 409-8192

NBHH 861 NW Beach Dr Newport, OR 97365 Phone: (541) 264-8102

Mt Hood Rec Center 73410 E Highway 26 Rhododendron, OR 97049 Phone: (503) 622-4272

Oregon Bud Company 837 SW Bay Blvd Newport, OR 97365


Green-Way Medicinal Inc. 1865 Beach Avenue Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 385-1848

La Mota 4 158 S Hwy 101 Rockaway Beach, OR 97136 Phone: (503) 355-6333

Herbal Grasslands 1130 Royvonne Ave SE, Ste 104 Salem, OR 97302 Phone: (503) 364-9522


Herbal Remedies 340 Lancaster Dr NE Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 967-6010

Piper’s Holistic Essentials 1729 Center St NE #170 Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (503) 586-3349 The Holistic Choice 1045 Commercial St SE Salem, OR 97302 Phone: (503) 990-7312 The Joint 3270 Market St. NE Salem, OR 97301 Phone: (971) 304-7131 TLC Medical 4550 Commercial Street S Salem, OR 97302 Phone: (503) 339-7158 SCAPPOOSE Sweet Relief Scappoose 52515 Columbia River Hwy Scappoose, OR 97056 Phone: (503) 987-1193 SEASIDE Cannabis Nation 550 S Roosevelt Dr Seaside, OR 97138 Phone: (503) 717-5565 Highway420 1803 S Roosevelt Dr Seaside, OR 97138 Phone: (503) 717-5045 OASIS Cannabis 1111 S Holladay Seaside, OR 97138 Phone: (503) 738-9105 The Sip Stop 43168 Hwy 26 Seaside, OR 97138 Phone: (503) 755-0632 SELMA Sacred Flower Medicinal 18248 Redwood Hwy#2 Selma, OR 97538 Phone: (541) 291-2639








The Grass Hut 2340 Martin Dr Stayton, OR 97383 Phone: (503) 767-2559

Oregon’s Herbal Remedies 88344 Territorial Rd Veneta, OR 97487 Phone: (541) 935-9618



THC 21901 Hwy 62 Shady Cove, OR 97539 Phone: (323) 632-7277

Going Green Sweet Home 925 Main St Sweet Home, OR 97386 Phone: (541) 405-8071

Vernonia’s Natural Choice 886 Bridge St Vernonia, OR 97064 Phone: (503) 429-9333




The Lucky Leaf 208 Jersey St Silverton, OR 97381 Phone: (503) 874-4788

Green Valley Wellness 103 N Pacific Hwy Units B & C Talent, OR 97540 Phone: (541) 535-3022

Coastal Cannabinoids 1466 SW Pacific Coast Hwy Waldport, OR 97394 Phone: (541) 563-4206


Talent Health Club 1007 S Pacific Hwy Unit E Talent, OR 97540 Phone: (541) 897-4111

Hi Cascade 220 OR Hwy 34 Waldport, OR 97394 Phone: (541) 563-4200


Waldport Cannabis 250 SW Hwy 101 Waldport, OR 97394 Phone: (541) 563-6087

Kush Gardens 21226 Hwy 62 Ste A Shady Cove, OR 97539 Phone: (541) 878-3133

Bernie’s Universal Dispensaries 3842 S. Coast Hwy South Beach, OR 97366 (541) 867-2837 SPRINGFIELD Cannabis 1936 Main St Springfield, OR 97477 Phone: (541) 505-9971

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The Flower Shop 56821 Columbia River Hwy Warren, OR 97053 Phone: (503) 410-5765

Chalice Farms - Tigard 16735 Pacific Highway Tigard, OR 97224 Phone: (503) 747-5451

Grateful Meds 1401 Market St Springfield, OR 97477 Phone: (541) 636-3489

The CDC 10015 SW Hall Blvd Tigard, OR 97223 Phone: (503) 272-7890

Smoke On the Mountain 23860 E Arrah Wanna Blvd Welches, OR 97067 Phone: (503) 622-4769

K9 Chronic 1505 N 18th St #AB Springfield, OR 97477 Phone: (541) 654-0624

The Herbary 11642 SW Pacific Hwy, Ste 100 Tigard, OR 97223 Phone: (503) 431-6995


Meg’s Marijuana 2155 Olympic St Springfield, OR 97477 Phone: (541) 746-0155


Sweet Leaf Cannabis 3912 Main St Springfield, OR 97478 Phone: (541) 653-8373 Wicked Weedery 2600 Main St Suite E Springfield, OR 97477 ST. HELENS




Good Karma 3332 Main St Springfield, OR 97476 Phone: (541) 246-5914

Mid Valley Cannabis 3650 Main St Springfield, OR 97478 Phone: (541) 505-7606


Tangent Farmacy 32990 Hwy 99E Tangent, OR 97389 Phone: (541) 248-1478

Miss Burns 365 S. Columbia River Hwy St. Helens, OR 97051 Phone: (503) 397-3545 STAYTON Home Grown Remedies 277 N 3rd Ave Stayton, OR 97383 Phone: (503) 979-0298

Attis Trading 1830 Goodspeed Rd Tillamook, OR 97141 Phone: (503) 815-7623 Sweet Relief 1906 1st Street Tillamook, OR 97141 Phone: (503) 354-5463 TOLEDO Going Green West Coast Inc 41 Olalla Rd Toledo, OR 97391 Phone: (541) 635-0078 Green Dragon Herbal Clinic 185 N Main St Toledo, OR 97391 VENETA Hi Cascade 25561 Hwy 126 Veneta, OR 97487 Phone: (541) 777-7388 OG Medical 25808 HWY 126 Ste 1-B Veneta, OR 97487 Phone: (541) 833-5889


Exit 71 Cannabis Club 102 Old Stage Rd. Wolf Creek, OR 97497 Phone: (541) 660-8016 WOOD VILLAGE NW Compassion Medical Center, Inc 1970 B NE 238th Dr Wood Village, OR 97060 Phone: (503) 994-2000








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