Spring has sprung in Eastern Washington, and honestly, we couldn’t be happier. Yes, it’s still a little bit cool at times, but we know that sunny skies and heaps of

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During these long days just before Spring strolls around the corner, it sometimes feels like Winter is never going to end. Instead of letting these grey skies and slushy days

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Thanks to You We Collected 500lbs of Food! Yep! You read that right. Last month, you donated over 500lbs of food to help out our friends at the Asotin County Food Bank. We always knew our customers were incredible, but you blew us out of the water with your generosity and giving spirit.

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October is a month normally associated with orange and black. After all, Halloween looms large at the end of it and the spooktacular candy, costumes, and decor are hard to escape during this time of year. However, October is also Breast Cancer Awareness month, and so at Canna4Life, in October we wear pink.

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There’s always plenty going on in the Clarkston/Lewiston area. Let’s take a look at a few upcoming events and activities!

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There are some in our government who are still figuring this one out, but hemp and marijuana are not identical. Sure, they both come from the same plant, but there are significant differences between the two. Let’s take a look.

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First let’s answer the question, what is flavor? Most of us know that flavor is determined not by taste alone, but by the combined senses of both taste and smell. So, if you love wine or cigars or fresh pastries, you’ll probably sniff them before you consume them. Discerning wine connoisseurs will stick their nose deep into their glass, close their eyes, and gently inhale. Do they smell fruit? Vanilla? Is there a hint of chocolate? What about toast or wood or even grass?

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If you had been one of the first cannabis farmers, you might have gone out to your crop one morning to find a herd of Woolly Mammoths grazing in it. That’s right, the plant that we now grow in carefully maintained environments was first cultivated during the most recent Ice Age,where it fended off glaciers and flourished in the nutrient-rich dump sites of prehistoric hunters. In fact, humans were using cannabis thousands of years before they started growing wheat, which makes pot a lot older than the world’s most important staple food.

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