Cannabis Superstore and Entertainment Complex now open! Rated as one of the top premier Las Vegas marijuana dispensaries, Planet 13 strives to provide the best quality recreational cannabis, cannabis extracts, and infused products available at competitive prices and with compassion that can only come from those who are knowledgeable in the field. This mission guides every step we take in our business, from the types of products we offer to the way we approach our relationships with customers.
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Both sides of the argument were present during the discussion as members of the public took to the dais. Law officials rebuked the statement made by pro-cannabis – that by allowing legal marijuana, the black market would disappear – arguing that the imposed taxes would raise costs significantly and drive those who could not afford legal cannabis back to the black market. However, they provided no counters to any claims made by the medical marijuana community which consisted of relief for symptoms of cancer, physical pain, anxiety, and insomnia to name a few. It is perhaps, the driving reason behind the City Council’s move to revisit the total ban.

To find out if your property is eligible for a commercial cannabis delivery business permit, please call the Planning Division at 760-947-1224. Distance restrictions are in place within the cannabis zone, applicants are encouraged to review the Land Use Regulations Section 16.16.470 and inquire with Planning before proceeding through the application process. 


Beyond just offering a good meal, these events create community, says chef and co-owner Joseph Nelson. Diners share a family-style meal at one long table and inevitably find themselves making connections, he says. “It’s a bunch of people who have never met each other before, sitting down for a couple of hours,” Nelson says. “By the end of dinner, you’d think they’d known each other for years.”

Feeling achy? Hit the massage table. At E-motion Sports Massage in Everett, clients can loosen up with a cannabis-infused ointment that many say boosts the impact of the treatment. Massage therapists use a cream infused with cannabinoids, compounds derived from the cannabis plant. They don’t cause a high, but they do have powerful anti-inflammatory and pain-killing effects, says E-motion owner Mercedes Diaz. And because the cream reduces pain, she says, therapists can work muscles more intensively — and effectively. “It is really great for muscle and joint pain, arthritis, sprains, strains,” Diaz says. “With cannabis, we can get in there and do so much more.” The ointment comes in different concentrations, so therapists can choose the right one for each patient’s needs. E-motion offers cannabis cream as a $25 upgrade to any of its regular massage services, which run $100 to $120.


The state of California now allows for adults over the age of 21 to possess up to 1 oz of marijuana for personal consumption. Each household (not person) may contain up to 6 plants. However, the rules of growing are likely to differ between cities. As a general rule, plants are to be grown indoors, and they should not be visible to others outside your household. Smoking in public is prohibited under the ballot measure of Prop 64 unless allowed by a local ordinance – in other words, don’t smoke it just anywhere, fines may occur.
Beyond just offering a good meal, these events create community, says chef and co-owner Joseph Nelson. Diners share a family-style meal at one long table and inevitably find themselves making connections, he says. “It’s a bunch of people who have never met each other before, sitting down for a couple of hours,” Nelson says. “By the end of dinner, you’d think they’d known each other for years.”
At the headquarters is the World's Largest Box of Raisins. Students at the California State University in Fresno created the twelve foot high box and donated it to the Sun Maid Plant for Sun Maid's 80th anniversary. It is eight feet wide and four feet deep. They originally filled it up with 16,500 pounds of raisins on May 9th, 1992. Regrettably for local insects and rodents the box is now empty. The Guinness Book of World Records acknowledged it as the world's largest in 1992. The students that created the box were part of Dr. William E. Rice's Strategic Marketing class, a class held yearly that tries to break multiple Guinness World Records. The 1992 class ended up breaking five total World Records.  Read more at  Weird California
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