Northwest Leaf featured CannaSol DLCC, or Double Lemon Cheesecake, as the strain of the month for their sustainability issue! Wes Abney wrote an insightful review that sheds light on the quality of sungrown cannabis. Thanks, Wes!
Proudly grown under the sun in Okanogan County, this Double Lemon Cheesecake delivers a fresh slice of sustainable Cannabis rich in flavor and effects. Bright notes of lemon hit the nose first when opening a jar, followed by creamy rich notes of berries and a piney-skunk flavor.
CannaSol and Olala have been working together for many years creating products under our Sol Extracts line. Today, we excited to launch a co-branded Terpene Tonic! It is delicious and refreshing and completely sugar-free and organic. To properly celebrate this launch, we are hosting a co-vendor day at Cascade Herb Company in Bellingham, Wash.
CannaSol Farms wants to get you stoned for longer, using nature and precise science to grow sustainable cannabis with higher cannabinoids. The higher the terpenes and cannabinoid count, the stronger and more effective the plant. Dope Magazine produced a special write-up on CannaSol this month in their advocacy issue. Jake Uitti interviews CannaSol CEO Jeremy Moberg on his experience as a seasoned pot farmer! Thanks, Jacob!
Believe it or not, outdoor cannabis production wasn’t always legal in Washington state. CannaSol CEO and Founder Jeremy Moberg was one of the main reasons that changed. His message was (and still is) consistent: he believes that “cannabis farmers should be allowed to grow their crop in the same way as the vast majority of farmers grow crops around the world — in a natural setting, and under natural sunlight”, thus creating a complex cannabinoid profile (1).