Dab This Eat That: Benjarong Thai Restaurant In Monroe, WA

The Pacific Northwest is home to many different cultures and cuisines. Most recently and thanks to social media, Seattle and Washington has become known for “teryaki.” This sweet and tangy chicken, rice, and salad dish has become a staple in just about every city.

This type of food, albeit entirely different from many others served at notable restaurants, has overshadowed other cuisines that bring an elevated experience to the region. One example is Benjarong Thai in Monroe, a city located a little more than an hour away from downtown Seattle.

When you ask people what the best food is around Marysville, Monroe, Mount Vernon, and even Everett, Benjarong Thai is frequently mentioned. Known for having a wonderful menu, this Thai restaurant offers lunch combinations, noodle dishes, entrees, curries, rice dishes, and a full dinner menu with appetizers.



Enjoy Benjarong Thai With These GreenRush Concentrates

  • Blue Cheese
  • Train Wreck
  • God Bud
  • Green Ribbon
  • Blue Dream
  • Ten Pound Baby
If you’re a registered medical cannabis patient, the limits are:

Three ounces of usable cannabis flower, forty-eight ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, two hundred sixteen ounces of cannabis drinkables, and twenty-one grams of cannabis concentrates, per the Washington State Department of Health.


Dab This Eat That: Delfino’s Pizza Serves Up Fire!

Serving up fire Chicago-style pizza is no easy task. Since 1993, one of Seattle’s best pizza providers has been Delfino’s Pizza. Using the same recipes that are over 75 years old, they’re still making pizzas with the same passion and dedication. They even use the same oven they shipped from Chicago 20 years ago!

Known for having a fire menu, Delfino’s Pizza also offers full catering for parties up to 500 people. Check out their photos and you’ll see just how great their pizza really looks.

Dab This Eat That: Delfino's Pizza Serves Up Fire!

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Enjoy Delfino’s Pizza With These GreenRush Products

  • Blue Cheese
  • Train Wreck
  • God Bud
  • Green Ribbon
  • Blue Dream
  • Ten Pound Baby
If you’re a registered medical cannabis patient, the limits are:

Three ounces of usable cannabis flower, forty-eight ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, two hundred sixteen ounces of cannabis drinkables, and twenty-one grams of cannabis concentrates, per the Washington State Department of Health.


GreenRush Strains For Baseball Season

Does anyone else love baseball? Opening day recently passed which means we’re excited to start hitting Safeco Field. There is a great chance you’ll see us in Ubering down to the city our M’s jersey and doing dabs outside of the stadium. We’ve got some exciting new products hitting the market and can’t wait to start using them during our travels.

Here are some quick strains that GreenRush will be pre-gaming with during the 2018 baseball season. At the time of writing this article, we have seven different concentrates including Pink Lemonade, Royal Locktite, Professor Chaos, Orange McFly, Orange Diesel, Purple Cat Piss, and Golden Panda.

Orange Diesel

Known as a for having sativa-dominant ‘hybrid’ effects, Orange Diesel is a unique blend of Sour Diesel and Agent Orange. The flavor profile is a sweet citrus paired with a diesel gas aftertaste. Energy, focus, and quick onset may be helpful for fatigue, stress, and ADD/ADHD.

Golden Panda

Golden Panda is a wonderful cross between Pineapple OG and Gold Nugget. Pineapple OG is a cross between the more well-known Pineapple Express and some random OG Kush phenotype, Leafly reports. Known as a 70 percent sativa leaning hybrid, GreenRush’s Golden Panda packs a peppery pineapple taste with a quick cerebral buzz.

GreenRush Strains For Baseball Season - Golden Panda

 Adults 21 and over can purchase up to one ounce of usable cannabis flower, 16 ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, 72 ounces of cannabis drinkables, and 7 grams of cannabis concentrates.
If you’re a registered medical cannabis patient, the limits are:

Three ounces of usable cannabis flower, forty-eight ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, two hundred sixteen ounces of cannabis drinkables, and twenty-one grams of cannabis concentrates, per the Washington State Department of Health.

Ganesh Vapes and GreenRush Concentrates Make Great Travel Buddies

I discovered Ganesh Vapes during my short time as a budtender. I sold a few of the Silver Lamp Kits and their sleek design, packaging, and logo always caught my attention. The Hindu god Ganesha is worshipped as the remover of obstacles, a god of arts and sciences and the representative of intellect and wisdom, a fitting mascot for a cannabis vaporizer technology company.

Since I was a child, you’d always catch me with a Gameboy or Walkman close by. I spent a lot of time in a truck with my grandpa and those long hours got me hooked on portable gadgets. As I grew older, walkmans and Gameboys turned to iPods and the Nintendo DS. As iPods turned to smartphones and cannabis became part of my life, portable vaporizers were something I quickly became interested in.

I’ve been experimenting with vape pens for around three years. I love gadgets, so I’m quick to jump on bandwagons that involve handheld devices. The first two devices I owned didn’t live up to the hype. The batteries were subpar, the atomizers burnt out fast and weren’t easy to replace.

When thinking about trying a new vape pen, Ganesh Vapes brand has always come to mind since my time as a budtender.

Silver Lamp Kit Unboxing

The Silver Lamp’s packaging is a black rectangle box with copper-orange trim on the logo and font. Pulling off the lid revealed a shiny gold vape pen battery and concentrate chamber. Beneath the battery is a slick white and blue carrying case with numerous accessories inside: an extra coil, dab tool, slick-em jar, and a vape cartridge adapter. The Silver Lamp G-go battery is 650 mah and has a lifetime warranty. The battery has 510 threading count and most vape cartridges screw into the battery.

 Silver Lamp Function

The vape pen has normal functionality. Five quick clicks turn it on and off. If you’re using a vape cartridge, screw on the adapter and your 510 thread cartridge will screw right on. If you’re loading your own concentrates, screw on the Ganesh chamber and slide off the cap. Use your dab tool and place a small glob directly on the coil and replace the cap. Don’t fill up the entire chamber as this will cause a mess and burn your coil out quicker.

Hold the button while inhaling to hit it. There’s an LED light to indicate when the battery is heating up. It lights up when it’s charging and the light turns off when it’s done charging. The instruction manual issues a warning, don’t leave the device plugged in after it’s done charging. This will keep your battery healthy.

The Silver Lamp kit has a cool feature that I’ve never seen on any other device, it’s called “session mode.” While the device is on, click the button twice rapidly and the battery will stay activated for 15 seconds, keeping the battery warm and giving everyone in the circle a solid hit. Pressing the button once again in session mode will turn the battery off. As long as the battery is on, a vibrant green Ganesh logo lights up.

Travel Use

Traveling with the Silver Lamp Kit in my bag has saved the day more than once in the two weeks that I’ve owned it. Sitting at my local Starbucks for hours on end, editing blogs and writing my own content can wear on my mental fortitude. Grabbing my Silver Lamp and stepping outside for a few minutes increased production in the waning hours of the day’s motivation.

This device really saved my life when I was stuck on Snoqualmie Pass for several hours due to driver errors and poor weather conditions. In other words, people drive like assholes through sunshine and blizzards. Traffic stopped and people were meandering through the traffic visiting with each other, others started walking towards the front of the traffic jam to investigate. I decided to pull out my Silver Lamp, some GreenRush Tsi Fly sugar resin, my notebook, and went to work. One hour quickly turned to three and people will hurrying back to their vehicles, and traffic slowly came back to life. I filled several notebook pages with story ideas and planners.

This is where I felt I got my Silver Lamp Kit money’s worth. After being stuck on the pass, I decided this thing is a travel necessity, you never know what’s going to happen or when you’re going to be stuck somewhere for a few hours with nothing to do, but occupy yourself with some pen and paper.

At Home Use

Let’s just get this out of the way. No vape pen will ever replace a dab rig or electronic nail as your complete home concentrate smoking experience. No pen will give you the brain ringing dabs that a perfectly timed quartz banger or an electronic nail at the perfect temperature does.

That being said, I did find a few solid uses for this device at home, namely while I was playing video games. I enjoyed just loading my chamber and taking rips in between Destiny 2 crucible matches. This also prevented bong bubbles and hissing of a butane torch from annoying the people in my party chat. Even when the chamber ran out, it was still faster to throw a dab into the chamber than it would to take a dab or smoke a bowl.

Ganesh Vapes Silver Lamp Kit makes a great gaming and binging companion while you’re glued to your couch. Other than that, I’d stick to your dab rig while you’re home.

Final Thoughts and Concentrate Recommendations

Long story short, I’m a fan of this device. I love the way it looks. From the Gotti gold casing that makes me feel like a proper James Bond villain, to the carrying case, and its accessories. The Silver Lamp delivers quality hits, especially with a full chamber full of dabs or a full vape cartridge. I got 3-5 hours of constant use from a full charge. If you’re looking for a vape pen, there are much worse options than Ganesh Vapes Silver Lamp Kit. You can pick one up with a lifetime warranty for $69.99 on their website. The Silver Lamp kit should be a must-have for any traveling terpene connoisseur.

I think these types of concentrates are best to avoid a sticky mess on your dab tool while loading your chamber. This way you don’t get your entire travel kit sticky. As a rule of thumb avoid terp sauces or greasy sugar resins. You want things that are closer to crumble or shatter. Anything you can grab directly with your fingers will be the best.

THCA Crystals (Wizard Stones)

Tsi Fly Sugar Resin

Mt. Rainier Crystal

10 Pound Baby Shatter

Pineapple Kush Shatter

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.


Learn More About Dan The Dab Man And Dabb’N Dan’s I-502 Solutions

Dan Sloy started Dabb’n Dan’s i502 Solutions about six months after recreational sales began in 2014. His official title is an I-502 broker and consultant. Sloy facilitates relationships between producers, processors, and retailers. He helps connect buyers and sellers, acting as the broker and delivery driver. Before large quantities are purchased, Sloy brings samples to the buyers, which are tested in a lab for pesticides and other contaminants. Then they’re tested personally, if everyone is happy with the final product and prices, the deal is made. The seller pays Sloy’s commission. All of “The Dab Man’s” services are free for buyers.

The benefit of Sloy’s service is the time he saves producers, processors, and retailers. While Sloy handles all of the logistics for getting product from Processor A to Retailer B or Producer A to Processor B, etc. This leaves them more time to run the shops, grow the weed, blast the oil, etc.  Sloy’s job is to deliver the paint to the artists, so the artists are free to create masterpieces. On top of business negotiations, handling logistics for meetings, pick-ups, drop-offs, and deliveries, Sloy has to manage all of the different personalities he comes across.

The Cannabis industry, in particular, is full of varied personalities, some don’t mix well with each other. Sloy believes all three sides of the negotiation have to be cohesive for a successful partnership. Matching the right buyer with the right seller has as much to do with being friendly and respectful, as it does with product supply and demand. The Personality management is the most difficult part of the job, Sloy says. At the end of the day, anyone worth working with is in it for the same reason as him, for the love of cannabis. It keeps life in perspective when he gets frustrated and annoyed on the job, when he realizes his work day consists of making some phone calls, sitting in traffic, picking up some distillate, and getting high with a potential new client.

Sloy’s business has been built by word of mouth. He believes he has a good reputation because of his veteran status in the industry, as well as his honest business ethics. Sloy says he takes care of his people, and they take care of him.

“It’s a really small industry, so you can’t be a snake for too long,” Sloy says.

Dan The Dab Man

The first time Sloy harvested a dank crop of cannabis, he knew the plant was going to be a part of his life forever. Sloy had a great paying job managing a Discount Tire directly out of high school and was able to buy a house. He set up a home grow in a sunlight rambler, which is like a well-lit basement or a split-level house. Using a simple hydroponic set up with plastic tubs and PVC pipe, he produced over five-pounds.

Finding success that quickly launched Sloy into the cannabis world. He had his first opportunity to work in the industry full-time in Washington’s pre-I-502 medical industry. He started delivering and managing a medical dispensary until state voters passed I-502, at which point Sloy’s plan involved owning part of a retail shop with Have a Heart’s Ryan Kunkle. After the potential license fell through, Sloy had to go back to the drawing board.

One day, Sloy got a call from a friend looking to buy distillate for wholesale. Sloy made a few phone calls and connected him with another producer/processor who had the distillate. He was awarded 10 percent of the deal, which was a fair chunk of change. Sloy realized he’d been in the cannabis industry long enough to make more deals like that.

“The Dab Man” had arrived.

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GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

Cookies Ambassador Berner Drops New Album “The Big Pescado”

Cookies Family ambassador Berner has been putting on Girl Scout Cookies for years now. His latest album “Big Pescado” is out now and it doesn’t disappoint. This record features Scott Storch’s touch on production and it’s apparent from track one. G.R.E.E.D. comes on after the prologue skit and will slap your speakers to death. This album features guest verses from The Game, Devin The Dude, Snoop Dogg, E-40, Wiz Khalifa, and many more.This album won’t blow you away with lyrical content. You’ll hear verses about making money, loose women, moving packs, and just a plethora of gangster ship. What keeps this album active on my iPod is the unreal level of production that Storch brought to this project. Pair that with a lot of my favorite Cookies strains references like Biscotti and Gellato and you have a stoner rap classic.

Turn this album on during your next smoke session and the homies won’t be disappointed.

GreenRush Strains To Bump With The Big Pescado

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

The Primo Piece Is The Ultimate Stoner Camping & Travel Buddy

The Primo piece is an innovative take on a common smoking method. It’s a lightweight device that turns a bottle into a satisfying bong. It comes in a sleek black box and when you open it, two panels unfold, one with a straw and the other with directions.

The piece is self-explanatory, put the straw in the slot and secure the Primo piece to a bottle. The straws’ pointed edge is inserted into the bottom of the Primo, while the round end goes into the water. I cleaned the first bottle at the top of my recycling bin and secured the Primo. It forms a tight fit with the bottle. It feels secure and doesn’t seem like separate pieces in your hand.

The bowl is the silver cap. It also forms a tight fit, maybe a little too tight. It makes for a clumsy carb. Upon using it some more, I realized having it partially raised before smoking made carb’ing easier. The bowl is small, so I recommend grinding the weed up so you can pack a flat even bowl. This allows better airflow, making burning a bowl in one hit relatively easy. It smokes just like a bong should. It rips smooth, doesn’t affect the taste of the flower and as long as you fill the bottle appropriately, you won’t get any water into your mouth.

One of my only gripes was that I couldn’t see the bowl when I smoked it. So you’re guessing when the bowl is done. This is why I suggested only loading one-hitter’s so the next person in the rotation doesn’t get a blast of ash.

If you hate leaving home without a bong, this could easily be thrown into your backpack during a road-trip. It’s lightweight and sturdy so you don’t have to worry about breaking it. It looks easy to clean and fits nearly any bottle you’re likely to buy at 7-Eleven on your way out of town. They’re not going to break your bank at $40-$60.

If you only smoke at home there isn’t much need to add something like this to your collection other than novelty. If you’re constantly on the move, this could become an invaluable tool for smoking cannabis on the move. This could become the go-to piece for camping trips and hiking expeditions.

Constructed from plastic and medical grade anodized aluminum, Primo is light-weight, durable, and ready for your next adventure. Simply insert the straw (included), add water to the bottle, attach your Primo, and enjoy

– PrimoPiece.com

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GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact

Falcanna Breeds Falcons & Cannabis With The Best Of Them

Bethany Rondeau jogs towards the skirmish and ends the duck’s life quickly, much more quickly than if the raptor were left alone with it. She’s more concerned with the duck’s feelings than the raptor ever would be. It’s just expressing the prehistoric DNA coursing through its veins. Bethany wants to make the death as painless as possible.

Bethany is a master falconer. Along with her husband Justin, they raise, breed, sell, race and hunt with hawks and falcons on the Olympic Peninsula. Together they’re a cannabis- powered, falcon- flying power couple and the youngest falcon breeders in the world.

What Is Falconry?

Falconry is the ancient practice of training, cultivating relationships, and hunting wild animals alongside raptors.. Historians have found evidence of its practice as early as 2000 B.C. in China, with somen reporting that falcons were given as gifts during the Heian Dynasty. Beyond China,  Japanese, Germanic, Spanish and European cultures also have historical evidence of falconry.

In the 15th century, the practice hit the height of popularity in England. Raptors were specifically assigned by social class, governed by strict rules.  Kings flew a gyrfalcon, the largest and most powerful falcon species. Justin said they’re known as the “queen on your hand.” Priests flew sparrow hawks and servants could only hunt with kestrels. Even the famous playwright, William Shakespeare, was a falconer. The practice didn’t fly to America until the 18th century and has remained a fairly niche practice ever since.


Falcanna Brand

The Rondeau’s owns and operate Falcanna, an I-502 cannabis farm on the Olympic Peninsula. She runs it with her husband and brother. Crippling cluster migraines led Bethany to rely on cannabis as treatment and the couple began cultivating marijuana in 2009 to help others with similar problems. Falcanna transitioned from a small medical operation to a large-scale producer in the recreational market after June 2016, when the recreational market absorbed the medical system.

Through eight years of medical experience, Falcanna has experimented with and grown hundreds of cannabis phenotypes to create their final starting lineup: Orange Blossom, Timber Kush, Dutch Haze, Kush Morale, Diesel Thai, Alien Girl Scout Cookies, Pacific Blue, and Tahoe OG Kush. Genetic potential, environmental factors, and a meticulous curing process, they learned, led to their potent and beautiful cannabis plants.

Falcanna fans are encouraged to find a strain that fits their personal style and desired experience with stickers. Grams and eighths of each strain come with a unique sticker and customers can collect them when they try new strains. The dispensary is easy to spot at vendor events because of their mascot, Sky. Just under two-feet tall with a wingspan of about four-and-a-half feet, the saker falcon is one of the calmest birds they own. Visitors can easily hold him and bud tenders and sales teams love interacting with him. Bethany and Justin’s cannabis farming, falcon breeding fantasy life started with a red-tailed hawk, chipmunks, dandelions and talons.


Blessing In A Bloody Disguise

Dandelions are like crack to chipmunks, Bethany says. They love them so much that they’ll even run straight into a hawk’s perch to grab them. This makes for an easy kill. It isn’t a problem until you want to take your hawk hunting and they’re already full.  Bethany was planning a hunt with her bird the next day, and she attempted to circumvent the hawk’s chipmunk lunch with a sleight of hand by switching out the chipmunk with a smaller piece of meat. The trade would keep her bird satisfied with room to spare for the next day. But the hawk attacked her after she made a critical error.

“She flew right at my face,” Bethany says.

One set of talons pierced all the way through her lip, which hung off her face. The other set of talons were closed and punched Bethany in the eye. This left her bloodied and scarred, but it never deterred her from falconry. She sought out further training afterward to avoid another face-slicing encounter. It did, however, keep her brother from ever being directly involved with anything of the sort.

“I fly planes and I don’t mess with birds,” Cutler said.

She met Justin through a mutual friend who was giving her some pointers on hawk handling. Their love for birds of prey spawned from a 1959 book they both read as children called “My Side of the Mountain. It tells the story of a teenage boy who runs away from home to live in the woods and along the way he steals a falcon chick and raises it to be his hunting partner. The book led Bethany and Justin to falconry as their life’s purpose, and falconry led them to one another.


Premier Natural History Lifestyle

Falconers are intimately involved with their birds from the start. Birth, feeding, first flight, first hunting and reproduction; the raptor version of from seed to shelf.

This intense relationship makes falconry the “premier natural history lifestyle,” Justin says. The relationship starts as soon chicks hatch through a developmental process called imprinting. A chick learns species identification during the process. and after it occurs, the bond lasts a lifetime. This allows humans to share intimate moments with a species far separated from it in the evolutionary chain. Witnessing moments like a bird’s first flight and first kill is special but that might not be a powerful enough adjective to describe it.

Justin calls it, “next level epic.”

Hunting is a great example of life and death for a falcon or hawk, because sometimes it’s just as dangerous for them as it is for their prey. Hunting is perilous; hawks and falcons risk their lives every time they attempt a kill. Other animals can intervene during the hunt or your bird can fall victim to their prey’s escape tactics. Birds have been cut completely in half by barbed wire fences while diving towards prey.

Raptors are especially vulnerable to attacks from stray cats, dogs, coyotes and even other raptors as they finish off their prey on the ground.

One day Justin was hunting pigeons with his falcon. His bird chased a pigeon across a field when an amateur red-tailed hawk clamped on to his falcon and landed on it. Justin sprinted over 400 yards to save his falcon, but it was too late. His falcon had been shredded by the hawk and he had to kill his bird to end its suffering.

“It’s the highest high and the lowest low. There’s nothing else like it,” Bethany says.

There’s nothing worse than losing a bird in the field because it’s more than just a bird, it’s a partner, companion, and a friend. It was over a year before Justin got another bird because it takes time to grieve and move on. Despite what some uneducated critics might say, these birds aren’t slaves waiting in cages to do their master’s bidding. Through careful training, these birds are intelligent enough to understand that living alongside humans is a good way to live.

Living With Monkeys

Justin refers to himself as a monkey when describing life with humans from the bird’s perspective. Raptors are smart enough to understand the benefits of living with monkeys. The monkeys provide raptors a safe home perch, a place with no predators that always has food even after an unsuccessful hunt. No matter how bad the weather is, the monkeys always provide shelter.  The monkeys let the raptors fly, hunt, and breed just like their wild counterparts. The difference is they get a safety net that simply doesn’t exist for them elsewhere.

80 to 95 percent of young hawks and falcons die every winter; because it’s hard for them to figure out the right combination of behaviors that allows them to kill efficiently enough to survive the winter,” Justin says. Raptors have to eat 15 to 20 percent of their own body weight daily to stay healthy, Bethany says.

The Rondeau’s birds have plenty of opportunities to leave. Anytime the cage door opens there’s a chance to fly away and never return. Every time a bird leaves their arm during a hunt, there’s a chance it will just keep on flying, over the horizon and out of sight, but it rarely happens.

One of the Rondeau’s goshawks will wait by her perch after a day of flying; she’ll chirp and squawk to be let back in her perch.  If a bird is inclined to leave, it usually comes back when it’s ready. If it doesn’t, each bird has a tracking device that can be followed by GPS so the bird can be safely transported home. It makes for an interesting conversation with border agents when your bird happens to take a trip into Canada.

Not all the birds within the sanctuary stay with Justin and Bethany for life. Many of the birds are being rehabilitated from injury and re-released into the wild. The birds they breed are sold to other falconers who hunt and race with them. Without going into Specific numbers, Justin said each bird is valued the  similarly to a new pick-up truck.


Sublime Synchronicity

It’s an odd thing for cannabis cultivation to intersect with falconry, but Bethany and Justin bring the two together in a synchronous way through. If you make a mistake in the grow room and ruin some plants, hunting with your bird takes your mind off that. Losing a bird in the field hurts, but the overwhelming aroma of the Orange Blossom grow room at day 60 helps the grieving process.

Both professions take on a level of humility. You must learn from mistakes and learn from people who are better than you. Failure with the birds leads to success in the grow room and vice-versa. Their profound relationship with raptors and cannabis requires discipline and commitment, but that discipline gives them the freedom in life to do as they see fit.

“Somehow in the overall equation we have less fucks to give,” Justin said, “and that’s very important for happiness and understanding.”


GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

Musical Motivation For Your 2018 Workouts

Here is some of my favorite songs in my workout playlist. If you use cannabis as a motivator some days like I do, I suggest Tangelina Jolie, Dirty Girl or Professor Chaos. These are all great sativa-hybrids GreenRush offers. Light up, turn put your earbuds in and just start moving.

You Know My Name

Chris Cornell provides his voice for James Bond Casino Royale theme song. This song just makes me feel like James Bond when I work out, so it works. Cornell’s screaming makes any workout playlist better.

Seven Nation Army

“Seven Nation Army” from The White Stripes features powerful guitar rifts and battle inspired lyrics that will help you power through your last set and throw those weights right through that fucking wall.

Under Pressure

Diamonds are made with pressure. Try something new and get out of your comfort zone this 2018. Nothing but good will come from it. Let Queen and David Bowie rock you into the new year.

 Chase Me

“Chase Me” by Run The Jewels is the Grammy nominated feature track for the film “Baby Driver.” Make sure you get ahead of the pack in 2018 and let all the competition chase you.

Jump Around

If you work hard you have to recover just as hard. This is a reminder to all of the workaholics to take a break and get loose now and again.

Come Together – Gary Clark Jr. & Junkie XL Remix

This song is pure fuel. All the splendor of the Beatles songwriting with Gary Clark Jr.’s guitar-wielding splendor. This is the title track to the Justice League movie and it’s super.

Outlaw State of Mind

“Outlaw State of Mind” from Chris Stapleton is a reminder to give less fucks in 2018. Do you and just get to it, unless that involves robbing bank, in which case for sure relax.

Blockbuster Night Pt 1

Another banger from Run The Jewels. Crank this track to 15 and punch 2018 right in the mouth. It’s your year this year.

Jesus Walks

I’m not the religious type, but this track always gets me going. Sometimes it’s good to just have some faith in something, it your case it may be god, in my case it’s just a reminder to have faith in yourself.

Never Let Me Down

Featuring Jay-Z, this song is a reminder that you’re never defined by your mistakes. Falling down lets us get back up. Fucking up allows us to learn and improve. This is some inspirational shit from Kanye and an absolute classic jam.

Your Soul

This song from my all time favorite duo, The KnowMads. Their music always encompasses chasing your goals with no remorse. Militant discipline towards the arts and living life your way. Anytime I meet a new goal in life, there’s usually a KnowMads song playing in the background.


“Ghost” from theKnowMads and producer Harry Fraud reminds you that nothing great is accomplished without sacrifice. Everyone wants to dope shit but very few work to achieve it. Putting in the late nights and overtime is what separates good from great.

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

2017 NFL Offensive Player Awards

Here is GreenRush’s NFL Offensive Player awards for 2017. Most of these players are on playoff teams, but not being on one doesn’t exclude anyone. It seems only fair that teams in the post-season get the most attention during the post-season. If they finished the season on injured reserve, they were omitted from the list.

Grab some Locktite, or Big City Lights to enjoy this recap. Locktite is a frosty indica flower that has body locking effects. Big City Lights is a rare hybrid that’s a Frisco OG and Dark Desire cross. Both of these strain will relax your nerves, just in case your favorite players aren’t on this list.


Tom Brady, Jared Goff, Case Keenum

  • Tom Brady will be on this list until he dies. Dude is 40 and still throwing ropes over defensive backs half his age. He finished the year in top 5 of every important passing stat in the league and lead the Patriots to another AFC East championship.
  • Jared Goff was basically left for dead at the end of the 2016 season. Enter Sean McVay and Goff became one of the most consistent players in the league and lead to Rams as the best offensive unit of 2017.
  • Case Keenum was the third quarterback on the depth chart in 2016. In 2017, he didn’t have the stats Goff and Brady had, but he played lights out. He made good decisions all year and constantly drove this team for long drives against good defenses and crushed bad defenses. Keenum did everything asked of a franchise quarterback in 2017.

Running Backs

Todd Gurley, Le’veon Bell, Kareem Hunt

  • Todd Gurley had over 2000 total yards and absolutely smashed defensive backfields all year long. He had over 70 percent of his team’s offense was the focal point of a potent Rams offensive attack.
  • Le’veon Bell is doing it all for the Steelers. Another 1200 yard season to his stat sheet, another season of defenders looking silly. Even the biggest Steeler’s haters can find joy in the way this dude runs the ball.
  • Kareem Hunt stole the heart of the league after his first month of play. He burst onto the scene with three straight 200 all-purpose yard games finished only behind Gurley in rushing yards.


 Max Unger, Jason Kelcy

  • Max Unger took his services to New Orleans and this season that run game was the talk of the town. Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram are the best duo in football and it isn’t even close. Unger is the quarterback of that line, he sets his backs up for success with calls and runs guys into the ground once the ball is hiked. As a Hawks fan, I miss him.
  • Jason Kelcy is a reason why the Eagles can use four running backs with success. The Eagles will lean on their running backs on offensive lineman during the postseason after the Carson Wentz injury.


Kyle Long, Marshall Yanda, David DeCastro

  • Kyle Long has paved the way for back to back Jordan Howard 1000 yard campaigns. The Bears running game was one of the lone bright spots during a weak season, and Long was key to that.
  • Marshall Yanda has blocked for a number of Ravens running backs and they always have success. The Ravens have a knack of taking running backs from other teams and turning them into workhorses for the Raven offense. Yanda is a big reason for that success.
  • David DeCastro is a Bellevue native that has been holding down the Steelers offensive line since 2012. Paving the way for LeVeon Bell and the third best rushing offense this season.


Lane Johnson, Andrew Whitworth

  • Lane Johnson protected Carson Wentz and the Eagles backfield and helped them lock down a first round bye
  • Andrew Whitworth helped lead Todd Gurley to 2000 all purpose yards and kept Goff upright and helped him shed his “first round bust” title.

Tight Ends

Kyle Rudolph, Travis Kelcie

  • Kyle Rudolph is one of the most complete tight ends in football and the best red zone threat for the Minnesota Vikings. He isn’t a big yardage guy, but his impact for this team is immense.
  • Travis Kelcie is the big yardage guy. This guy easily surpassed Gronk in 2017 has the best tight end in football. He does it all, but is an elite receiving threat and has some of the best dance moves in the league.

Wide Receivers

Antonio Brown, Adam Thielen,  Deandre Hopkins,

  • Antonio Brown is simply the best pass catcher in football. He should be in MVP running. After missing the last two games he still had over 100 catches and 1100 yards. Hopefully he’s fully healthy during for the post-season.
  • Adam Thielen is consistence personified. Guaranteed to get at least three catches a game. He was Case Keenum’s safety net all season long averaging 14 yards a catch to a tune of over 1200 yards..
  • Deandre Hopkins balls out always. No matter who throws him the ball and or who covers him, he makes plays that any football fan’s jaw hang. His signature red gloves always come down with the ball. It will be exciting to see what he does with full off-season with rookie Deshaun Watson.


Jake Elliot, Justin Tucker

  • Jake Elliot is a rookie. He only missed five field goals on the year and kicked five field-goals over 50 yards including a 61 yarder.
  • Justin Tucker is ice cold. He loves pressure and it shows, he never misses game winning kicks and put in another great statistical year for the Ravens.

Return Men

Tyler Lockett, Adoree Jackson, Pharoh Cooper

  • Tyler Lockett was third in the league for kick off return yardage this year. He kept us in the playoff run this season with his return score against the Cardinals in week 17.
  • Adoree Jackson is a jack of all trades for the Tennessee Titans. Punt returner, kick returner and corner back, this kid is a pure athletic freak. He finished top ten in return yards this year.
  • Pharoh Cooper lead the league with over 1200 return yards and a kick return touchdown. The Rams special teams is the best in the league, and Cooper is one of the best at setting up the offense in good field position.

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