Postulations from Theorem Cannabis Community
Jacob Uitti with Dope Magazine stopped by Kenmore, and dropped a lovely pot shop review, calling Theorem Cannabis "Southern Hospitality in the Great Northwest" . Aww, shucks, that's nice.
We enjoyed a Dope visit to our shop. Jacob - You nailed it! Theorem is dedicated to consumer education and building a quality cannabis industry. It's important that we continue to delight and inspire our customers. Their comfort and experience are top priority in all guest interactions. Theorem relies rely heavily on education and communication to help our customers find their best experience. Plus it's great to get the conversation started because we love to hear back on everyone's experience. How was it? Would you repeat the experience? Would you recommend to a friend? This feedback helps us all grow a little smarter about this amazing plant.
Washington residents demonstrated their approval of cannabis consumption through medical legalization in 1998 and recreational legalization in 2012, but many have yet to try it.
It is legal to purchase, but now what? The legalization of cannabis in Washington state allows adults to enjoy cannabis in a variety of forms. How do you consume cannabis? What ingredients influence cannabis? We shared answers to these weed questions and more, in our Beginner's Guide to Cannabis in the Seattle Times.
Check it out - or even better, stop by our shop in Kenmore and get questions answered by our friendly and knowledgable staff.
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We look forward to seeing you soon!
Theorem welcomes neighbors from Northshore Senior Center to an educational community event. The topic was seniors and cannabis. The lessons covered more than just defining product types, accessories and consumption tips.
Theorem Cannabis is passionate about sharing the ways herb can soothe. Considering each individual's unique threshold, care regimen, and experience are also a key part of the cannabis conversation. Attendees were enthusiastic with questions; but cautious with concerns around consumption levels and impacts on their prescribed regimens. This further demonstrates the public's need for cannabis consultations when developing a multi-faceted care plan. We are proud to operate in a legal state looking to solve access issues for the public welfare.
Bothell Kenmore Reporter covered the educational event, and we appreciate the media support highlighting this topic in our community. Theorem would love to hear additional educational events you would like to see in our community. Share your ideas in the comments below.
How can we support the cannabis conversation?
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