At Pure Green, we’re always looking for ways to offer our community a little something extra. Take, for example, our Supersize It offer. Buy an eighth or more of flower and you can take $3 off an additional gram of equal or lesser value. So take advantage of this ongoing deal…Read More
We are ecstatic to announce the return of one of our favorite growers, Ten Four. As of Tuesday afternoon, we will have the Ten Four Platinum GSC and Sour Tangie, along with a handful of other flavors, including Lemonade, Sunset Sherbert, Gorilla Glue and White Tahoe Cookies. We see a lot…Read More
We know you have a plethora of dispensaries to choose from. Many of you probably drive by five or ten shops to get to Pure Green. That’s why we place so much effort, intention and focus on the Pure Green Experience. We want to make sure you keep coming back….Read More
Willamette Week posted a strain review featuring Pure Green and the Chillberry, one of our favorite new strains from Shango. To read the review, click the link below. To try the Chillberry today, visit Pure Green. While you're here you can browse our top shelf flowers, a wide selection of
The Pure Green team joined thousands of other Oregonians raising money in the fight against breast cancer at the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The event is sponsored by the Susan G. Komen foundation, which works to end breast cancer by providing money for research, early detection,
We have heard a lot lately about the role of CBD in shrinking tumors, but let's not forget about good old THC. According to a study led by Complutense University of Madrid and the University of Anglia (UEA) in the UK and reported by the Medical Marijuana Blog, THC contributes to
"For years, some parents have turned to medical marijuana to treat their children’s debilitating epilepsy, crediting the drug with dramatically reducing seizure activity. A groundbreaking clinical trial about to begin recruiting test subjects may finally provide some science to back their claims." Click the link below to read the rest
Medical marijuana helps millions of people treat hundreds of different injuries, illnesses, diseases and chronic conditions. But how does marijuana affect so many different ailments? Our bodies make their own cannabinoids, called endocannabinoids. We have millions of cannabinoid receptors throughout our bodies, in every organ and area, with the highest
Click the link below to read this poignant account of how medical marijuana helps one particular cancer patient.
The prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association has published data that shows that states that have passed medical marijuana laws see fewer opiate-related fatalities. The study, posted on JAMA's website and the NORML Blog (see link below), found that “States with medical cannabis laws had a 24.8% lower mean annual
Pure Green patient Chelsea P has created a video blog to help acquaint new OMMP patients with the wide world of medical marijuana. Chelsea recently moved to Portland, where she obtained her OMMP card. She had many questions but she found few resources for answers. So she decided to take
While most people look at THC, and perhaps CBD, to determine the potency of a marijuana product, that is not the whole story. As medicaljane.com explains, these two cannabinoids combine with dozens of others, along with hundreds of terpenes, to produce the psychoactive and healing properties of cannabis. This synergistic
More than half of rheumatology specialists surveyed by the Canadian Rheumatology Association believe cannabis can be useful in the treatment of rheumatic conditions like arthritis. The link below will take you to an article on the website Leaf Science, which cites a study first published in the journal BMC Musculoskeletal
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