We know you love our ChocoLust chocolates. We know you love them so much, we’ve had to double production to meet the demand for the upcoming Valentines Day celebration. We love Lust as much as the next person… and if you show us yours, you may win a whole-lotta-lust for the coming year!
So, to celebrate the holiday of Lust, we have a contest just for you. A bit of Show Us Yours, We’ll Give You Ours, so to speak…
Every once in a while, we are reminded that a product that we really aren’t allowed to talk about in “medical terms” by the FDA can actually do something miraculous and beautiful when it is least expected.
We got an Instagram from one of our coastal clients, “Medication Station,” that had us smiling through our tears…
There are countless books, videos and and blogs regarding the “art of romance.” And certainly, the bar is never set higher than during Valentines. It is the consummate holiday to find, sustain, and recharge your love life, no matter what your current “relationship status.”
We at Wild West Growers understand that even the best of relationships sometimes need a bit of a boost, and perhaps a little outside stimulation in order to set and keep the mood, even during the most romantic of holidays. And, we are here to provide 3 EASY STEPS to increase and assure your level of pleasure, and better hopes for a favorable outcome (whatever that might be in your personal life).
WWGrowers Valentines Pleasure Guide
We heard you loud and clear!
You told us how much you loved our Baker Bros Cookies, and amazing Pot Shots. You told us that our Pot Shots were the perfect way to turn any beverage or food into a medible or an edible. But that some recipes required several of the small, 15mg vials for a single entree.
You told us that our cookies were so good that you loved to share them at parties, but had to buy several of the 3-pack-cookie packs to suffice.
We heard you…
One of the best, and yet most challenging part of Oregon’s recreational and medical cannabis laws include the right to grow your own plants (up to 4) as a private recreational/medical user, and of course substantially more if you run a licensed grow/producer operation. Growing and sustaining any living organism can be challenging, but added restrictions for pesticide use have increased those challenges.
With the legalization came a substantial number of new rules and recent revisions that limit or prohibit the use of countless insecticides and chemicals used broadly in other plant/crop growing operations. The upside of these rules have created cannabis products that are among the most, if not the most safe consumables offered to the public, including the food you may find in any local market’s produce department.
The downside of these limitations (including limits on organic pesticides) is that two of the most prevalent cannabis plant health risks have become a growing (pun intended) issue for private individuals and commercial grow operations alike. Fungus gnats and powdery mildew are two of the most common problems organic cannabis growers face. But with proper care for your clones, along with a little TLC, these issues can be resolved without resorting to heavy chemical artillery!
We’ve heard the rumors at Wild West. How the glut of outdoor product is now on the wain, complicated with the new Recreational Cannabis Laws which are taking effect across the state.
But, while the weather outside (and the testing laws) may be “frightful,” the grow inside is delightful at Wild West. From a constant supply of clones of a multitude of varieties, to a steady and ever-growing host of mother plants, pumping out bud and source product for our new lines of edibles, medibles, and concentrates, Wild West continues to stay in “full indoor grow mode” while we wait for the sun and higher temperatures return.
For the past year, news sources have been filled with stories talking about the “Crippling of the Cannabis Industry” due to over-regulation and stringent testing laws. While it may be an overstatement to say that the entire industry has been “brought to a standstill” with increased regulations that took effect October 1st, 2016 (which have been temporarily lightened through May 2017) it is very safe to say that any cannabis that makes it to the consumer, through legal channels from licensed producers and dispensaries, is likely tested for more stringently, and therefore safe, than the vast majority of food products you will find on any grocery store aisle.