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December 29, 2018
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New Baked Treats with Cannabis Terpenes!

What’s different about our Baked Goods vs Everyone else’s?  Well for starters, our edibles are made by our resident Professional Pastry Chef that graduated with honors at the top of her class from Le Cordon Bleu in Seattle.  Also, our Clean Green certified accreditation is as close to organic as cannabis can get.  Inspections and certifications done by the same people who do organic certification.  Same rigorous standards as organic, just not recognized by the feds.  If that’s not enough validation, here’s 7 more; 20mg total cannabinoids per treat! 10mg of THC & 10mg of CBD (1:1 ratio) Mixed and baked in a dedicated Gluten-Free facility Crafted in a WSDA approved kitchen by certified food handlers Available in Singles, 3 & 10 packs Whole plant cannabis extract Consistent Standardized Terpene Profile Chewy and Fresh! I personally prefer edibles instead of smoking as you never have to worry about the smell.  […]
December 13, 2018
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5 Things you want to know, but, were afraid to ask “RSO Evolved”

It is with great passion and hundreds of customer requests that we are very happy to announce the release of our new “1:1 Serum – RSO Evolved”.  At Green Revolution, innovations come from helping people and listening to our community.  Which is why we utilize a blend of organic cane alcohol, (RSO), extraction with our RAW CO2 high-terpene extraction to capture the most diverse array of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids and alkaloids in one single whole plant product.  Our serum is triple filtered and redundantly tested to ensure the highest quality clean cannabis oil free of all mycotoxins, microbial and residual solvents. #1.  What is RSO oil? – Developed by Rick Simpson RSO oil is a concentrated form of cannabis oil known to have medical benefits.  It is most widely used as an edible; however, you should consult with your physician if you have a medical history. #2.  BHO vs CO2, what is the difference? – BHO […]

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