Halloween is here, not the holiday, the long-awaited sequel of the cult classic slasher film comes out Oct. 19. The original John Carpenter masterpiece was released in 1978. Starring Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode; the movie features deranged killer Michael Myers stalking and killing teenagers on Halloween night. In the original film, Strode is the lone survivor of the Halloween night massacre. The sequel features a battle-ready Strode, patiently waiting for the return of her psychotic brother, so she can finish him off once and for all.
There’s nothing better than watching a good horror movie after some dabs of cannabis that make the shadows dance. Sweetwater Farms teams with top extraction companies like Oleum Labs, Amber Brick, and Dank Czar. One of their newest collaborations with Dank Czar is a Peaches and Diesel diamond caviar. Until that comes out, stock your head stash with Peaches and Diesel live resin. Peaches and Diesel was created by breeding Strawberry Cough with the classic New York City Diesel.
Peaches and Diesel has sweet creamy and fuel aromas, with a terpene profile featuring myrcene, pinene, and limonene. This strain will uplift you and keep you alert while Michael Myers and Laurie Strode raise hell!
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The Best Pot Shop in Everett!
KushMart opened in November 2014 and has been a top-ranked recreational pot shop since day 1. We’re located at 6309 Evergreen Way STE C minutes off of Interstate 5. With ample parking, you will be in and out in no time and with our amazing selection and best prices you will have a smile on your face.
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.