We have opened our doors for cannabis, cbd and equipment/ancillary sales as of February, 2020. Stop by and see what we have to offer and what's coming later in the year. Want to see us carry certain products or brands? Throw a comment our way and we'll add it to the retail list. Make sure and contact us for hours as we're on a skeleton crew while we finish our first harvest batch.
Tag along for our journey through the cannabis industry as it and we change through this exciting time of medicine, legislature, product innovation and recreational use throughout Montana, the United States and the rest of the world.
This is a follow up to our initial impressions from Harvest #1 with the Gavitas so if you’re considering purchasing or if you’re looking or considering purchasing or if you’re looking to compare LED fixtures, start there. First, let’s talk power consumption. I’m running 6 lights with the coinciding adapters and master controller. I burn them 18/6 in veg and 12/12 during flower. My local electric coop charges 6 cents per Kilowatt Hour so let’s do the math.
"Legalize it and tax the hell out of it!" is something I hear regularly. One, I don't want marijuana to be taxed any higher than other public commodities. Two, looking at the states that legalized before us, the monies brought in from taxes benefit the public good very little. In fact, there's a lot of information and arguments that the public cost to deal with the problems brought on by legalization out weight the revenue benefit for the public.
On the Montana Legalization ballot this November: I-190 legalizes the purchase of cannabis for all adults, but the Montana Constitution defines “adult” as an individual 18 years or older. To let state regulators to set a legal minimum age of 21 for cannabis, CI-118 would allow the establishment of a legal age of purchase by either the state legislature or via a voter initiative.