Where to Buy Sky High

If you’re looking for Sky High strains in Washington, you have a lot of options. Our products are sold at over 15 recreational shops in Seattle and beyond, so wherever you live or work, there’s probably a store near you that carries Sky High strains. From Everett to Tacoma, if you’re looking for our products, check out these dispensaries.

Fremont: #Hashtag

Conveniently located in Fremont, Hashtag Cannabis is a family owned business with top notch cannabis products. They offer a number of specials and deals throughout the year, and show case six of our strains including Alien Asshat, Durban Poison, and Pandora’s Box.

South Seattle: Cannabis City

If you want to visit Seattle’s first pot shop, Cannabis City is your place. Located in South Seattle, near 4th and Lander, Cannabis City is open daily from 8am to 11pm and offers a wide variety of products (namely Sky High strains). They also have a weekly podcast, Northwest Cannacast, that covers cannabis news and culture every Tuesday.

North Seattle: Mary’s

Known as North Seattle’s High End Recreational Boutique, Mary’s offers top notch buds and great customer service. Off Aurora Avenue and 122nd not far from Northgate Mall, the have a wide selection to choose from including edibles, concentrates, and more.   

Eastside: The Grass Is Always Greener

The Grass is Always Greener is located in Downtown Redmond, so if you’re looking for Sky High on the Eastside, this is your place. They have a wide variety of flower, pre-rolls, vapors and more.  

Bremerton: Pacific Cannabis Company

If you’re on the west side of the Puget Sound, Pacific Cannabis Company is your place to buy Sky High. Their frequently updated menu offers a number of Sky High strains. Located on Callow Avenue Bremerton, they’re known for great service and several of great promotional deals.  

Tacoma: Xander’s Green Goods

Located on South Pine Street in Tacoma, Xander’s Green Goods is a great choice. Xander’s has knowledgeable staff and a great interior feel. If you’re in Tacoma and looking for a great dispensary, Xander’s should be on your list.

Everett: Mari J’s Highway Pot Shop

According to Mari J, “life is too short for bad pot.” That’s why, at Mari J’s Highway Pot Shop, you’ll find quality products including a number of Sky High strains. Located off I5 exit 189, if you’re in Northern Washington, Mari J’s is the place to go.

For more information about Sky High and our strains, visit our website today!

5 Must-Visit Seattle Restaurants for Late Night Munchies

For cannabis connoisseurs and the occasional marijuana users alike, many quality highs are followed by high quality food. Whether you prefer pizza, french fries, gyros or anything else, Seattle has many options to cure your munchies. Next time you’re looking for some late night food in our city, consider one of these great options:

1. The Matador, West Seattle

If you’re looking for high quality Tex-Mex in West Seattle, look no further. From tasty tacos, to savory soups, hearty burritos and much more, The Matador has a lot of great options for a decent price. They also feature Happy Hour specials including Quesadillas and Nachos Grande for $5 and $1.50 street tacos from 4-6 pm and 10 pm-1 am daily.

2. Beth’s Cafe, Greenwood

If you’re really hungry at any time of the day, Beth’s is the place to go. Located in the Greenwood neighborhood on 73rd and Aurora, this eatery is open 24/7 and will not disappoint. Some of their options include hash browns, burgers, and their famous 12 egg omelette, as well as a variety of beverage and dessert options. This cafe has been a staple in Seattle since 1954 and was ranked one of the Food Network’s “Top 5 Big Breakfasts.”

3. A Pizza Mart, Downtown, University District, Renton, Kent

From classic cheese pizzas, to meat lovers, to chicken ranch and more, A Pizza Mart is another great late night dining option in Seattle and neighboring areas. With four locations, online ordering and delivery until 1:30 a.m., this is a great choice you won’t even have to leave your home for. If you are looking to dine in store, most locations have a full bar and great pitcher and pizza deals throughout the night.

4. Jade Garden, International District

Many people think of fries or pizza when they’re looking to cure the late night munchies, but if you haven’t tried late night Chinese food, you’re missing out. Seattle’s International District is full of great eateries, and Jade Garden, open until 2:30 a.m., is one of the best. Located on 7th Avenue South, Jade Garden has top notch Spring Rolls, Wontons, several fried rice dishes, and some of the best tasting dim sum on this side of the Pacific.

5. Earl’s on the Ave, University District

Close your eyes and picture a giant platter of waffle fries covered in melted cheese, bacon bits, ketchup, and ranch. That’s just the tip of the iceberg of what Earl’s has to offer. For decades, University of Washington students and everyone else in the area has flocked to Earl’s for their late night cravings. Their weekly deals including five dollar PBR pitchers and late night $1.00 slices of pizza make this fine establishment hard to beat.

For cannabis consumers of all kinds, late night highs can be incomplete without great food too. Please consume responsibly!

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Industrial Marijuana Production

An Introduction to Hydroponics

At Sky High, we use a modified hydroponic farming technique to yield the highest quality buds. Our process uses a proprietary blend of mostly organic nutrients to feed our diverse range of strains and bring out the best in each. Though our process is more complicated than at home hydroponics, the principle is fairly simple. Here are a few things you might not have known about hydroponic farming:

What Is Hydroponics?

Hydroponics simply means growing some form of plant without soil. A lot of people think plants need soil to grow; after all, that’s where plants get their nutrients. Soil, however, is not integral to plant life, plants simply need nutrients and water to grow. Instead, hydroponic farmers use nutrient rich solutions including water and air to nourish their plants. This technique is used growing everything from tomatoes to recreational and medicinal cannabis.

Are all hydroponic plants grown in water?

A lot of people who have heard of hydroponic farming think this technique means plants are grown in water instead of soil. After all, hydroponics means “working water.” While some hydroponics are grown in a water base, others use moist air and other nutrient-rich solutions. Hydroponics with water bases use the Nutrient Film Technique, which is commonly used for lettuces and other small vegetables.

What are the benefits of hydroponics?

Hydroponics offers many benefits for farmers of all kinds. This farming technique gives you complete control over your plants’ environment. That means you can add the nutrients your plant needs and reduce contaminates. For indoor farmers, you can also control the amount of light your plants get and temperature of the room. That means plants can be fruitful year round, regardless of external weather conditions. This controlled environment also reduces the amount of weeds, pests, and other organisms that can be harmful to your harvest.

How are hydroponics used in cannabis farming?

Hydroponics in cannabis farming are the same as growing any other type of plant this way. We use a moist air nutrient solutions, instead of submerging roots in water. Our growers use hydroponic science to figure out the best nutrient blend for each crop to yield the healthiest, highest quality plants.

At Sky High, we leverage hydroponic farming to grow high quality, nutrient-rich cannabis plants. Though we have far surpassed the basics of hydro, the principles remain the same. To learn more about us, follow us on Instagram at Sky_High_Gardens_Seattle, or visit our website today!

What is Legal Cannabis? 5 Things to Know About Using Marijuana in Washington

In November of 2012, Washington State and Colorado became the first two states in America, and first two territories in the world to legally produce, distribute, and sell marijuana. Many states including Oregon and Alaska followed the suit in 2014, and Uruguay became the first country to legalize marijuana by national law and executive order in 2013. Like alcohol and other controlled substances, however, there are many rules and regulations surrounding the use of recreational marijuana. At Sky High, our goal is to give our customers the best experience possible, and that includes enjoying responsibly. Before using cannabis in Washington State, here are a few things to know:

How much cannabis can I purchase?

For personal, recreational use the City of Seattle allows you to purchase up to one ounce of usable marijuana, also called harvested flower or “bud.” In terms of edibles, you can purchase up to 16 ounces of marijuana infused edibles in solid form. You can also purchase 72 ounces in liquid form and seven grams of marijuana concentrates.

Where can I use it?

Recreational marijuana may be consumed in the privacy of your own home. It is illegal to consume marijuana in public view. This includes any streets, alleys, buildings and grounds and other gathering places in the city where your consumption can be seen or smelt.

Can I grow my own plants? Can I sell them?

In Washington, it it illegal to grow and sell any amount of cannabis plans without a license. It is also illegal to resell marijuana that has been purchased from a licensed dispensary to other buyers.

What does it mean for cannabis to be legal by state law but illegal under federal law?

Although cannabis is legal for medicinal or recreational purposes (and in some states both) in 40 states, it is still illegal under federal law. This means that the federal government still treats marijuana how it treats other controlled substances, and considered it a “Schedule 1 drug” or a drug with no medicinal benefits despite evidence showing otherwise. In August of 2013, however, the Department of Justice did issue a memo not to challenge state legal marijuana use unless it conflicts with the recent federal regulations including distribution to minors or as a cover for trafficking of other illicit substances.

If I don’t live in Washington can I purchase cannabis and take it to another state?

It is illegal to cross state lines (and especially country borders if you’re from Canada) with marijuana purchased in Washington State. Tourists 21 years old or over are welcome to purchase and consume marijuana in Washington as long as they abide by state regulations. It is also illegal to drive while high.

At Sky High, we believe in providing the best experience for our customers, and that means helping them know the rules and regulations so they can consume responsibly. To learn more about our strains and products or to find out more about our store, visit our website today!

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