Get on board and take an up-close look at Washington States legal, adult-use cannabis industry! This is an educational glimpse of America's post-prohibition future in a safe environment.
Marijuana, or cannabis, as it is more appropriately called, has been part of humanity's medicine chest for almost as long as history has been recorded. Marijuana can be used to stimulate appetite, manage pain, and to stop nausea. It is also used by sufferers of fibromyalgia, Krohn’s disease, PTSD & anxiety.
Moreover, it is an enjoyable herb in it's own right. Cannabis has been used by approximately 1/2 of the US population, including 10% of the US population just in the past year.
Despite its obvious medical uses, it was effectively outlawed in the United States in 1937 and then in much of the rest of the world over the following decades.
Notwithstanding these efforts to outlaw a non-toxic plant, in 1996, California voters approved the use of medical marijuana. Since then medical marijuana has been approved, to varying degrees, in 23 other states.
In November of 2012, Washington voters passed initiative I-502 which legalized small amounts of marijuana-related products for adults 21 and over, taxes the products and designates the revenue for education, research, healthcare, and substance-abuse prevention.
The measure removes state-law prohibitions against producing, possessing, and selling marijuana (cannabis), subject to licensing and regulation by the liquor control board.
The marijuana tour, which takes approximately 2.5 hours, will give you an overview of cannabis prohibition, Washington's I-502 initiative, the cannabis plant itself and includes visits to several dispensaries where tour participants can see the different products - flowers, cannabis edibles, concentrates, tinctures, etc. - that have entered this newly emerging market since the law's passage. For obvious legal reasons, namely continued adult-use cannabis prohibition not only in America but in much of the world, there are few opportunities outside of Washington state to participate in a tour like this!
Tour participants must be at least 21 years of age to join the tour and must bring government-issued photo ID.
Whether or not tour participants actually purchase cannabis products is entirely up to them. We do request that participants refrain from consuming during the course of the tour.
Please note that you cannot legally take any cannabis products outside of Washington state - even if you are traveling to another state that allows adult-use marijuana.
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