We believe that cannabis is part of everyone’s health and wellness regimen, whether they have a note from their doctor or not. So, let’s welcome all of the new cannabis consumers into our Substance community.
Additional demand from our new adult-use clients has allowed us to procure a larger variety of cannabis from more producers around the region. These new clients help to create a better experience for our OMMP clientele. We have invested in new systems, expanded our point of sale areas, and hired additional staff to better manage our operations and client engagement.
OMMP clients: While it may sometimes appear we have a lobby full of people, rest assured your place is protected and we will be sure to expedite you to the OMMP station. Flash your green card and we’ll serve you promptly. We have created a dedicated OMMP service station, well stocked with concentrates, edibles, tinctures and topicals. To show our gratitude, all OMMP clients will receive 10% off ALL products for the entire month of October.
A Bunch of Pineapple!
Golden Pineapple Flower | Elevate Gardens
Pineapple Kush Flower | Jurassic Farms
Pineapple Dog Star | Newcleus Nurseries
Pineapple Express CO2 Pen | Golden XTRX
Pineapple Dream BHO | Lunchbox Alchemy
Pineapple Chunk PHO | Mad Farma
Super Lemon Pineapple Ice Wax | Chronic Creations
Pineapple Robot Edible | SourBHOTZ
Featured Flowers from MonkeyBird Farms — Naturally Fresh:
- Sonoma Sour
- Chem Sour
- Rocky Mountain Tangerine
- Blue City Diesel
New Oregon Candy Company Edibles
Oh Fudge – Solid Potency, Super Tasty and a great value at $5 each!
CBD Gold Label Taffies are Back!
Nicely balanced – 40mg CBD: 20mg THC (2:1 ratio)
Choose from 7 tasty flavors:
- Mixed Berry
- Blue Cherry
- Strawberry Orange
- Fruit Punch
- Blue Lemon Punch
Please come and celebrate the end of cannabis prohibition with us!
Chem Dawg (sometimes Chemdawg) has secured quite the name for itself over the years. A series of successful crosses of this strain to make such powerful strains as Sour Diesel and OG Kush has made Chem Dawg a favorite amongst growers and consumers alike. Its potency is well known, being largely THC dominant, with strong traces of powerful terpenes to ensure its medicinal efficacy and strength, not to mention its distinctly diesel-like aroma.
Many patients enjoy using Chem Dawg to help them manage their stress, depression and anxiety, which is indicative of the strain’s heavy euphoric and heady effects. However, it is particularly effective at managing pain and painful body symptoms that can arise from a variety of conditions. When asked, many patients say that Chem Dawg is a truly exceptional strain and one whose experience they would not want to pass up.
Generally, THC levels of Chem Dawg average around 20%. That being said, the particular crop that we at Substance are currently carrying tested at 25% THC. That, coupled with its strong aroma and flavorful kick, certainly ensures that this is one of the best Chem Dawg crops in Central Oregon. Its potency may be a concern for some folks new to cannabis, but if that is the case, there are options for you to help you balance the intense cerebral effects of strains like Chem Dawg while still taking advantage of their notable medicinal applications. For example, you could pick up a CBD-intensive edible to help balance the cannabis experience.
Stop by Substance Medical Marijuana Dispensary soon and speak with our staff about THC, CBD, edibles, and strains like Chem Dawg to find out what will work best for you.
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Learn how to decarboxylate your cannabis before cooking with it, if you wish to achieve the full psychoactive effect.
This recipe uses cannabis coconut oil. For directions on making cannabis infused coconut oil, check out this guide.
1 cub cubed pumpkin
1/2 cub cubed Japanese eggplant
1 cup trimmed green beans
1 red pepper deseeded and cubed
1 cup chopped coriander
1 tablespoon crushed garlic
1 tablespoon crushed ginger
3 tablespoons gluten free sweet and dark soy sauce
2 tablespoons cannabis coconut oil
Hot sauce to taste
1. Steam pumpkin cubes for 4 minutes and reserve
2. Heat oil in a large wok or frying pan and add the eggplant and tofu. Fry till crisp before adding the garlic and ginger and stirring to combine
3. Add the soy sauce along with the pepper and the beans and stir fry until cooked but still crunchy. Add the pumpkin and stir to combine
4. Turn off the heat and squeeze in the juice of half the lime and most of the coriander
5. Garnish with hot sauce, remaining lime wedges and coriander
The most important thing to remember is that the vegetables you choose must be fresh. Serve this with some quinoa or wild rice if desired. Dose yourself safely and be sure to have a non-medicated side dish to help you fill up so you don’t eat too much. Clearly labeling leftovers and medicated items is recommended.
For more recipes like this, visit the Stoner’s Cookbook here.
Blue Magoo, not to be confused with Blue Goo, is a lovely indica dominant hybrid strain with a rich lineage stretching back to the mid 90s where it was originally cultivated by one of the many great growers of Oregon. The mother of the strain was the ever popular indica Blueberry, which was pollinated by Major League Bud (also known as William’s Wonder F2)
A fusion of berry, fruit, and other floral notes make up the aroma and taste of Blue Magoo, resulting in a palate as colorful as its pastel purple and green buds. A tight bud structure is not uncommon in this strain, with dense and resinous nugs absolutely covered in beautiful frosty trichomes.
Blue Magoo is a favorite among patients as it combats a variety of symptoms including pain, nausea, insomnia, anxiety, and appetite loss. Many patients have claimed that Blue Magoo is a fast acting pain reliever that does not generally carry with it some of the anxiety-inducing effects that higher THC cannabis strains sometimes have. The lack of paranoid side effects, coupled with the rapid and efficacious symptoms relief and palatable fruity taste, make Blue Magoo a very approachable strain and one that any patient would be pleased to experience.
Substance is currently carrying this strain on our shelves. It starts at $9 a gram, $31.50 an eighth, $60 a quarter, $110 a half ounce and $220 for a full 28 grams. Testing at 20.15% THC and 0.45% CBD, this flower is lovely and exceptional by all accounts. Stop by and see it for yourself.
To read more about Blue Magoo, check out Leafly’s feature right here.
Grape Ape is a cannabis strain popular throughout the Pacific Northwest, and for good reason. This particular crop of Grape Ape contains almost every hue of the color spectrum, and is positively dripping with medicinal trichomes. As you might expect, hints of grape flavor permeate the air around these flowers. The nugs are neatly trimmed, not very leafy, and beautifully colored.
So what does our staff have to say about this strain? The consensus is very positive, with comments focusing on the sweet taste and mellow effects of the Grape Ape. It seems to be the perfect strain if you’re looking to stay cozy indoors this winter, to relax, get creative, or stay productive while at home. All in all we give it 7 out of 7 stars. This is one strain that definitely should not be missed.
Grape Ape has a long and rich history, originating from heavy indica Afghani genetics crossed with Mexican and South American landrace strains. It is a delicious blend of Afghani and Skunk #1 with the added fruity flavors associated with Mendo Purps. The effect of the flower is definitely mellow and relaxing, but powerful enough to assist with most chronic pain issues. It’s a great strain to take your mind off your troubles; the sweet exhale brings with it happy thoughts and removal of tension.
The Grape Ape strain fingerprint shows that the strain usually lies within 15-23% THC. Our particular crop certainly tested on the high end of the spectrum, coming out at an impressive 23.5% THC.
Have you already tried Grape Ape? If so, you should leave a review for it on our Leafly page here.
Speaking of, Leafly recently did an in depth analysis of the Grape Ape strain, which you can read right here.