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Island Herb Freeland

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About Island Herb Freeland

Welcome to Island Herb Freeland WA. We’re a 21+ recreational cannabis shop located on the south end of beautiful Whidbey Island, Washington in the town of Freeland. Island Herb started out as Island Alternative Herb in 2011 and transitioned into the gorgeous little pot shop it is today once recreational marijuana was legalized in 2012.

Lucas Jushinski, our founder and owner, is a Navy veteran who experienced healing through the use of plant medicines. He decided to share his journey and message of healing with the people of Whidbey Island by opening a dispensary. The shop is an extension of Lucas himself. It’s a place of creativity, color, and a great deal of art he’s handpicked over the course of his travels. It’s a space that’s open and welcoming of people from all walks of life.

We live for meaningful experiences. We value quality and craft, in all aspects of life. We find inspiration in friends old and new. Island Herb Freeland WA welcomes the curious, the spontaneous, the introspective and the outrageous. And we offer you only the best. Through our shared spirit of adventure and collective appreciation of an ancient plant, we are cultivating a vibrant community.

We’re firm believers in the natural medicinal and recreational value of cannabis. That’s why Island Herb dispensary offers only the highest quality cannabis products. Whether you’re looking for flowers, pre-rolls, vapes, edibles, tinctures, drinkables or concentrates, we have the goods to give you the experience you’re looking for. We often invite growers and vendors to our shop so that our customers can meet the people working hard to bring them the best marijuana products around.

At Island Herb Freeland, we’re working hard to not only be the best pot shop on Whidbey Island but the best dispensary in the state of Washington. Each member of our team goes through the medical cannabis program at Seattle Central Community College after they’re hired. Our budtenders are approachable and, above all, able to answer any questions thrown their way. We think this is key to both the success of the store and the wellbeing of our clients.

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FAQs

Q Marijuana for Dummies

Our Mission at LeafyMate is to provide a seamless customer experience and educate people about cannabis. With an online marketplace, telehealth solution, dispensary directory and delivery platform we aim to provide legal access to Cannabis products. You can explore, review, purchase carefully selected products from licensed retailers and schedule a pick-up or delivery subject to availability in your area. We are here to help you learn about cannabis and its benefits for your body and mind. We also connect you with licensed medical marijuana doctors for medical cannabis card evaluations in your state. Everyone knows about cannabis, right? Of course not. We are not born with ancestral memories. We do not recall the time when we emerged from our straw huts, saw the bud growing in the garden, and decided to apply it to all manner of life. So, we turn to the internet and stumble upon this comprehensive guide on marijuana for dummies.

Q Want Marijuana Information but Not Sure Who to Ask?

You're not alone. With marijuana legalization spreading across the states the use of marijuana is getting a little daunting out there. The experienced marijuana consumers are flocking to dispensaries while those of us who are not sure where to go, who have always wanted to try but don’t know where to start or who have never even considered it but curious, now you have LeafyMate to help. The Marijuana for Dummies guide will give you a good foundation but continue exploring to learn more. We are here to introduce you to marijuana for beginners. We'll try to keep it simple but don’t hesitate to reach out to LeafyMate gurus to learn more and ask questions.

Q What are the different types of cannabis?

The first important step for marijuana beginners or even enthusiasts is to discern between the types of cannabis being offered. There are many types of marijuana, all sorts of ways to take it, and all sorts or varieties in strength. Let's cover the very basic differences without going into too much detail.
Sativa

Q How to Take Marijuana If You Don't Smoke?

Sativa is a type of strain that is used to stimulate energy, uplift your mood, improve focus and increase your senses. This strain will help you get your day moving along and give you the boost of energy needed for every occasion, including a run, party or for any reason you have to stimulate your senses.
Indica

Q Why do people use marijuana?

Indica is the type of strain that that is used for relaxation and is known to be taken before sleep. Overall, this strain reduces anxiety, increases appetite and provides an overall relaxing affect.
Hybrid

Q More Marijuana Information For Beginners

Blended mix of strains that provide you a balanced relaxation and increased boost. The combination of Sativa and Indica come in different proportions with either Sativa or Indica dominating the balance.
CBD

Q Dispensary Near Me

CBD is popular and is used for a variety of reasons including inflammation reduction, exercise recover and overall well being. A cannabis plant is made of two main compounds, there are a ton more, but let's talk about these two. One of these is CBD (Cannabidiol) and another is THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). CBD extract has no psychoactive properties and will not get you high. You will get all the health benefits of cannabis but without the strange woozy feeling or the munchies.

Q What Else Should You Know?

Fortunately, it's not like the old days anymore. You don't 'need' to smoke a joint to indulge in some prime weed. For beginners, a joint is probably a good starting point because you have a lot of control over how much you intake. Weed can take a short amount of time (maybe 20 minutes) to kick-in and last 1 – 6 hours, so you may want to take it easy on your first few tries until you figure it out for you body. If you don't smoke, THC and CBD oils are available. These are generally used for medicinal purposes or those who don’t smoke. This is best taken by simply placing drops of oil under your tongue and let it absorb into your mouth (most oils will come with simple instructions on the dosage you should take).
Edible marijuana treats are a fantastic alternative to smoking joints for those that want the benefits of cannabis but don’t prefer to smoke. Edibles come on much more slowly, could have a more intense effect depending on the THC/CBD mix your take, and are likely to provide a shorter-term affect. Be aware that it is very, very, very, very easy to eat too much. Limit yourself to a smaller amount, wait an hour, then have another if you feel the need. Have regular snacks on hand for when the munchies hit you and have water handy to dilute the affects as needed.
Using a vaporizer might be your preferred method. A weed vaporizer won't produce nearly the same amount of smoke that an electronic cigarette style vape pen will do. It will produce a light tickle on your throat. The marijuana is placed inside a chamber that is heated to release the vapor into your body. Again, vaping weed is an alternative to smoking a joint. It's definitely too easy to take too much so pace yourself. Aside from these methods, you can take marijuana in a variety of forms including a soda can, feel free to explore the right method for you.

Q Disclaimer

Besides some people being curious and try marijuana for the sake of trying there are other reasons for people using marijuana. To list a few, energy, relaxation, increase in focus and healing are some popular ones. Some people make marijuana as part of their daily routine and others have it from time to time. People are using marijuana to cut back on alcohol, opiates, tobacco or other medicine that aids in sleep, appetite, focus and many more.