Chalice Farms Blog
Since the formation of the United States of America on July 4, 1776, cannabis has been around (and enjoyed). Its history, however, is long and rather tumultuous. Initially utilized as a textile material and later a medicinal ingredient, our favorite plant became highly contentious through the years. Here is a brief timeline...
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In today's world, there is a lot of division, and it seems to be getting worse rather than better. When’s the last time the news put you in a good mood? But there's one thing that can bring us together: cannabis.
We prefer cannabis from companies who are making premium pot while also doing good. Viola is a purpose-driven company, focusing on community engagement and support. They work with local and national organizations committed to reinvesting into communities in which they operate. They focus on creating jobs, enacting policy reform, increasing diversity, education, community engagement, and social programs.
When many think about the 1970s, the visual image that comes to mind is Woodstock. A cultural touchstone, Woodstock brought together half a million people living in peace for three days. Together they united to share food, music, and of course, a whole lot of weed. A cultural festival unlike any we have today, Woodstock was the peak of a youth movement that felt like it could transform the world.
A smoke filled room. The radio plays, not the top 40, something a little more underground. The person to your right nudges you and passes you some of their private stash, the good shit. You inhale, hold it, then exhale fully, wondering at what a glorious time it is to be alive.
Eating cannabis is a time honored tradition. When you think of edibles, you probably think of pot brownies from the early 1960s, but edibles have a vast and diverse history that dates as far back as the 10th century in India. The first cannabis edible recipe appeared in the United States in 1954 in “The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook.”
First thing first, legality. You must be 21 years or older or have a medical card to grow cannabis in the state of Oregon. In Oregon, you can have four plants per residence and 10 seeds if you are a recreational patient, but laws vary by state, so know before you grow. If you are an Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) cardholder, you are allowed to have six mature plants per residence, 12 immature plants 24 inches or taller, and 36 immature plants that are under 24 inches.
The smallest, yet most powerful! Quickly becoming Washington State's #1 THC beverage, as well as taking Oregon by storm, MAJOR's Sunset Pink Lemonade is a delightfully citrus cannabis beverage. Providing an equally sweet and tart flavor, this cannabis drinks effects kick in right from the very first sip.
If we could grow up in any era, we'd pick the ‘70s. The Vietnam War ended, John Travolta was dancing, shag rugs were all the rage, and Stevie Wonder was singing; what a time it must have been to be alive! We see glimpses from these good ol’ days in our fashion trends and the occasional song on the radio, but the ‘70s peace, love, and weed vibes aren't as easy to come by today as they were back then.
54 Green Acres is Certified Kind, an incredibly big nod to the hard work they put into cultivating their cannabis. And what's the product they are known for? Honey.