The Artizen team developed a proprietary database in order to most efficiently grow and distribute their cannabis.
Aurum Farms focuses on bringing some of the highest quality flower available in Washington.
Berner from The Cookies Family has teamed up with Ivan from Jungle Boys, to bring to life the Exotikz line
I am the sole owner & head grower and have been a cannasseur and passionate cultivator for the majority of my life
We have 8 separate 24 light flower rooms, enabling our master growers to give hands on attention to every plant.
Our focus is all about quality and efficiency, providing high quality even and especially at the highest quantities.
ROYAL TREE GARDENS
Vast knowledge of the cannabis growing environment and elite genetics make Royal Tree flower hard to resist.
Skord is Swedish for “Harvest” and it is evident that this Tier 2 farm out of Battleground, WA has their crop dialed.
The first ever WA state approved cannabis production company and facility established in 2011.
The new age of cannabis adventurists is upon us, and Suspended Brands would like to join you every step of the way.
Commonly referred to as the ‘bud’ of the plant, flower is what most people think of, when discussing cannabis. Different flowers vary in shape, size, color, density, flavor profile, and smell. The bud is covered in tiny crystal-like glands called “trichomes”. The trichomes are where cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD, and terpenes, such as Limonene and Linalool, are produced and stored.
Most people have heard of the cannabinoid THC, but there are at least 85 other known cannabinoids that help comprise the profile of the plant and its chemical effects; the flavor profile and aroma of a plant is determined by its terpenes. Over 100 different terpenes have been identified in cannabis plants. Ultimately, every strain’s terpene and cannabinoid profile is unique. Some of the most common terpenes are: Limonene, which has a citrus aroma often found in Haze strains; Linalool, producing a soft floral aroma often found in Lavender; and Myrcene, which releases an earthy citrus smell, like that of Skunk #1.