2019 Winter Flower Menu

Montana gave us the green light to share our menu through a private membership. We’re so excited to have our products back online for you to explore. We have 7 strains on the shelf right now.  Our list of strains that will be back in stock by March is at the bottom of this post. Below that, you’ll find our list of potential upcoming strains that are still in the nursery.

GG #4, formerly known as Gorilla Glue #4, is a potent hybrid strain that delivers heavy-handed euphoria and relaxation, leaving you feeling “glued” to the couch. Its chunky, resin-covered buds fill the room with pungent earthy and sour aromas inherited from parent strains, Chem’s Sister, Sour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel. Taking first place in both the Michigan and Los Angeles 2014 Cannabis Cups as well as the High Times Jamaican World Cup. GG#4 Test Results: THC: 29.4%, CBD: 0.1%, Terpenes: 2.01%, Total Cannabinoids: 30.1%

Purple Trainwreck is a mind-bending hybrid with potent indica effects that hit like a freight train. Mexican and Thai sativas were bred with Afghani indicas to produce a sweet lemon and spicy aroma.

Trainwreck begins its speedy hurtle through the mind with a surge of euphoria, awakening creativity and happiness. Migraines, pain, and arthritis are mowed down by Trainwreck’s high THC content, and many patients also use it for relief of anxiety, ADD/ADHD, and PTSD. Purple Trainwreck Test Results:THC: 19.5%, CBD: 0.0%, Terpenes: 4.10%, Total Cannabinoids: 21%

Strawberry Gorilla is a blend of Tillamook Strawberry and GG#4  that will leave you feeling inspired and uplifted. GG#4 is a potent hybrid strain that delivers heavy-handed euphoria and relaxation, leaving you feeling “glued” to the couch. Its chunky, resin-covered buds fill the room with pungent earthy and sour aromas inherited from its parent strains, Chem’s Sister, Sour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel. Tillamook Strawberry is a mash-up of Bruce Banner #5 and Gobbstopper to create an Indica/Sativa percentage of 40/60. Described by the breeder as the “diesel lover’s dream,” Tillamook Strawberry smells like a gas station in a strawberry field. The strain’s effects are bright yet soothing, promoting focus and relaxation. Utilize Tillamook Strawberry to improve your mood and counter depression, anxiety, PTSD, epilepsy, and other neurologic disorders. THC Total: 25.47%, Decarb: 22.36%, CBD Total 0.13%, Total Cannabinoids: 26.47%, Total Terpenes: 2.69%

Sharksbreath is a cross of Big Bud, Super Skunk and a CBD strain that provides some serious relief. With a sweet and sour candy aroma, this strain leans more indica and tends to leave consumers feeling alert and ready to tackle the rest of their day without any hints of depression or anxiety. Sharksbreath Test Results:THC: 6.2%, CBD: 8.8%, Terpenes: 1.34%, Total Cannabinoids: 16.7%

Tillamook Trainwreck is a cross of Tillamook Strawberry and Lavender Trainwreck. Tillamook Strawberry is a mash-up of Alphakronik Genes and Dark Horse Genetics for AKG’s Collaboration Series. Described by the breeder as the “diesel lover’s dream,” Tillamook Strawberry smells like a gas station in a strawberry field. The strain promotes focus and relaxation and is reported to improve mood, counter depression and anxiety and relieve pain. Tillamook Trainwreck Test Results: THC Total: 23.6%, Decarb: 20.8%, CBD: 0.1%, Total cannabinoids: 26.6%, Total Terpenes: 2.67%

Sweet Deep Grapefruit is an indica-dominant cross of Grapefruit and Blueberry genetics, bred by Dinafem Seeds. The intense, relaxing effects of Sweet Deep Grapefruit are led by a unique fruity flavor and carry a captivating, sweet aroma that lures the senses. Test Results:  THC: 21.4%, CBD: 0.1%, Total Cannabinoids: 23.1%,Total Terpenes: 2.36%

Sour Diesel (Sour D) is an invigorating Sativa-dominant strain named after its pungentdiesel-like aroma. This fast-acting strain delivers energizing, dreamy cerebral effects that have pushed Sour Diesel to its legendary status. Stresspain, and depression fade away in long-lasting relief that makes Sour Diesel a top choice among medical patients. This strain took root in the early ’90s and is believed to have descended from Chemdawg 91 and Super SkunkTest results for Sour Diesel: Total THC: 27.6%, Decarb THC Total: 24.4%, CBD Total: 0.1%, Decarb CBD Total: 0.1%, Total Cannabinoids: 28.2%, Total Terpenes: 1.79%

Back in stock by the end of March:

Honey Bananas



Mountain High Kush

Strains in the nursery – some of which will be available by May:

Big Bud Super Skunk


Cherry Cookies

Chem OG

Citrus Super Haze

Comfortably Dumb

Cookie Puss

Humboldt Sour D

Jack 4

Jack Herer

Mother Tongue

Neville Haze

OG Kush

Scarecrow OG

Super Widow

Tangerine Dream

The 5 Clementines

Weed in Review: 3.30.18

Weed in Review: Friday, March 30, 2018

Cannabis News In the United States

7 Things You Can Do To Help Legalize Marijuana: What are some things you can do to help legalize marijuana? The legalization of cannabis has come a long way in the last six years. Currently, there are nine states in which recreational marijuana use is legal.

Iowa licenses three retailers for upcoming low-THC marijuana sales: Iowa announced three medical marijuana retailers that will be allowed to sell low-THC cannabis, including the only company currently allowed to cultivate the plant.

McConnell calls for the removal of industrial hemp from controlled substances list: The Senate’s top Republican says hemp shouldn’t be a controlled substance, and he plans to introduce a new bill to make the change. Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell made the announcement about the proposed change to federal hemp law Monday in his home state of Kentucky. “It’s now time to take the final step and make this a legal crop,” McConnell said.

CBD is cannabis that won’t get you high. So why are so many people using it?: [H]ere’s why CBD appeals to some who would never smoke a joint after dinner: Take a few milligrams of CBD as, say, an oil slipped onto the tongue or a piece of candy, and it tastes unmistakably like cannabis, which is to say, slightly minty and herbaceous, and just a little funky. But cannabidiol’s effect is startlingly anticlimactic. It’s weed without the high.

Opioids, cannabis and school security recommendations at Tenn. capitol this week: Rewritten bills on medical cannabis and opioids, along with the release of the governor’s school security recommendations, top the Tennessee legislative agenda this week. First, the drama over medical cannabis overshadowed a compromise of sorts on an opioid bill. “They are stuck in reefer madness,” thundered medical cannabis House Sponsor Jeremy Faison. His fiery words came as he essentially gutted the medical cannabis bill while trying to get it through a full house committee.

CBD raids spread to Alabama as officials seize gummies over THC concerns: Police seized boxes of CBD-infused gummy bears from an Alabama company that distributes products to convenience stores after receiving complaints the candies may contain THC. Authorities are testing several boxes of gummies taken Friday from American Wholesale Distributors, according to Birmingham TV station WBMA.


Weed in Review: March 30, 2018

Medical Research Updates on Cannabis

Pennsylvania taking applications for medical marijuana research: Pennsylvania’s Department of Health has released application rules for universities and hospitals in the state interested in researching medical marijuana. The state announced it will issue permits for “clinical registrants,” which are hospitals and medical schools that wish to research cannabis, according to Bala Cynwyd TV station NBC 10.

Research Shows Cannabis May Curb Alcohol and Cocaine Addictions: Solutions to public health problems, such as the opioid crisis and addictions, might be right under our noses. Recent research has shown cannabis can help curb alcoholism and cocaine addictions. The Daily Mail reports researchers gave rats cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD. A number of conclusions were made from the research. Rats who consumed CBD, which is known to reduce anxiety and stress, were less likely to relapse five months later. Notably, researchers pointed out that the chemical’s ability to minimize impulsiveness was significant.

Could cannabis help cure lung cancer? This man thinks so – and he’s already spent £1.5m on research: Cannabis could be a cure for lung cancer, according to a research laboratory in Cardiff. MediPen research facility in Cardiff have been experimenting with cannabinoids and its effectiveness in slowing down the growth of cancer cells, something their managing director says is the first of its kind in the world. Metro.co.uk visited MediPen’s labs and spoke exclusively to managing director Jordan Owen, who told us: ‘The end goal is to bring a treatment to market for lung cancer.’

Does Cannabis Affect Cardiovascular Health?: Research has shown the body’s endocannabinoid system responds well to the introduction of cannabis. The drug provides relief for a number of conditions, including MS, seizures, cancer treatment recovery, or eating disorders. But these medical issues don’t often involve the cardiovascular system. Nonetheless, scientists and doctors continue to study the effects of pot on the blood-pumping organ. At the present moment, no consensus has been reached in the scientific community about the effects of marijuana on the heart. But there has been promising findings suggesting it may. For example, a researcher named Alexander Stokes in Hawaii recently secured a patent for a cannabis-derived compound he believes can help to treat heart disease. By activating a receptor, this compound encourages the heart to work harder to pump blood.

Cannabis News Worldwide

In a first, Africa exports medical marijuana to Canada: A company in southern Africa has sent the first-ever shipment of medical cannabis from Africa to Canada, a milestone that illustrates the increasing globalization of the MMJ industry in recent years.

Alzheimer’s Patients in Puerto Rico May Get Cannabis-Based Treatment: Alzheimer’s patients in Puerto Rico may get cannabis-based treatment that would make them the first in the United States with access to a new cannabinoid medicine. The development could be a big step for Puerto Rican Alzheimer’s patients in particular and for medical marijuana more generally.

Doctors Nova Scotia makes 6 recommendations ahead of cannabis legalization: An association representing doctors in Nova Scotia has its eyes on the green — on Monday it released a list of six recommendations for the government ahead of the planned legalization of cannabis later this year. Doctors Nova Scotia says their recommendations aim to minimize the harm associated with cannabis use. According to 2012 data from Health Canada, cannabis is the most commonly used illegal drug in Nova Scotia.

New Zealand hemp industry taking off with new uses, more acres: A hemp education hub opening Saturday in New Zealand comes as the nation prepares for a big uptick in hemp growing because of new rules expanding how the plant can be used. According to the New Zealand Herald, the hemp innovation hub will offer consulting and education for interested hemp farmers.

Switzerland considers making cannabis legal and approves pilot programs: Cannabis could soon be legal in Switzerland. The Swiss Council of States, Switzerland’s smaller chamber of parliament, unanimously approved a bill allowing studies and pilot programs in the landlocked Alpine nation. The Council called for an experimental article in the Swiss Federation’s Narcotics Act that would allow for scientific research projects including trials of a “coffee shop” system of cannabis distribution similar to that of Amsterdam. Five Swiss cities have already called for such coffeeshop pilot programs.

Cannabis Events:

Check out Cannabis Business Times Events Page for the latest.

Our favorite news sources:

The Cannabist

High Times

Merry Jane

Vice Marijuana


There are still a couple more days for our Montana Medical Marijuana Patients to catch Herbaceous Inc.’s Deal of the Week.