Adventures In Tacoma’s Cannabis Farmer’s Market

 

This week my adventures took me to The Patient Cannabis Exchange in Tacoma, WA. I didn’t go there with high hopes but I have kept hearing that is was a great place to visit so I thought I would give it a visit.

I was pleasantly surprised. While this place is not fancy it’s charm comes with the people inside. There was a lot of vendors to choose from offering a wide variety of flowers, products, edibles, topicals, and concentrates. I was really impressed with the amount of edibles that was available with really interesting options even for a picky girl like me. I also got to meet one of my favorite cannabis food bloggers, THChristi!

I ended up spending a little more time than I was planning to spend there because I was so warmly welcomed. The vendors were wonderful to talk to and the other people visiting made for an upbeat but mellow crowd to be part of.

I really appreciate the cannabis farmer’s markets that we currently have with medical marijuana in Washington State. This model of farmer to patient is incredibly helpful for patients who can get the best deal possible, learn everything about their medicine from the person who grew it, find the wide variety of choices that most patients need.

Not only that but the markets are a place for the MMJ community to meet other patients, come together, share stories, give hugs, and learn how to be part of positive change for medical marijuana.

Thank you to all the people who make these safe access points happen.

-TwiceBakedinWA

4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Bud Ripley on December 1, 2014 at 1:28 pm

    The cannabis market format is an excellent way to connect the patient with the grower. I am able to connect with patients in a way that lets me know what they need and that helps me better.determine what strains go into my garden.

  2. Posted by Faith on December 27, 2014 at 8:14 am

    How can I visit the market?

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