Rumors of the demise of print have been overstated. Not by much, but print is definitely not dead.
Take The Republican out of Springfield, MA, the paper of record for much of central/western Massachusetts for 197 years, when it originally began an abolitionist newspaper. Since then, it has morphed through various forms, and there’s even Masslive.com which they produce.
And for three issues strong, they have distributed Cannabis Review Quarterly (CRQ) every quarter (hence the catchy name) to subscriber households all through the greater Pioneer Valley and once more, Canna Provisions has graced its pages.
You can check out the whole new issue here, or check it out below.
First, there’s a stellar roundup of products hitting our shelves from the holidays through this quarter, including the forthcoming solventless live hash rosin of our coveted Smash Hits cannabis strains courtesy of our concentrates partner Treeworks, as well as a drop about HUUE Plant Based Vapes, and a mention of what Cloud Creamery has cooking up for February:
Then there’s a great recap of our launch event with Steven Van Zandt for Little Steven’s Underground Apothecary line of prerolls, kava tea, and the wisdom gleaned from a career in music, film, and social justice activism on par with few others still kicking today.
Then there’s a tale of how cannabis helped kick cigarette addiction for someone who looks shockingly like Tony Shalhoub and Seth Rogen had an unholy lovechild who enjoys 100mgs of cannabis during stressed social events on occasion:
Our HR Director Kathleen Proper got in on the action and provided a nice recipe for hassle-free dosed cannabis cookies using everyday items in your pantry (and cannabis from Canna Provisions):
Finally we have a great interview with our co-founder and COO Erik Williams about how to he employs different cannabis edibles, Smash Hits flower, and other products found at Canna Provisions Lee and Canna Provisions Holyoke to beat the “afternoon slump”:
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About Canna Provisions
Canna Provisions is a recreational cannabis dispensary in the Berkshires as well as a recreational cannabis dispensary in the Pioneer Valley focusing on a unique and thoughtful customer experience. We are here to guide you and towards the right provisions to fit your lifestyle, and provide knowledgeable support every step of the way. Founded by established industry pioneers with extensive cultivation, regulation and consumer sales experience, Canna Provisions stores provide a broad range of top-grade craft cannabis products that are locally sourced and thoughtfully produced. Life is a journey. No matter the path, trust Canna Provisions to better your journey. To learn more, visit CannaProvisionsGroup.com. Join us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Please Consume Responsibly. This product may cause impairment and may be habit forming. For use only by adults 21 years of age or older. Keep out of the reach of children.
This product has not been analyzed or approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This is limited information on the side effects of using this product, and there may be associated health risks. Marijuana used during pregnancy and breast-feeding may pose potential harms. It is against the law to drive or operate machinery when under the influence of this product. KEEP THIS PRODUCT AWAY FROM CHILDREN. There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination, and judgement. The effects of Edibles may be delayed by two hours or more. In case of accidental ingestion, contact poison control hotline 1-800-222-1222 or 9-1-1. This product may be illegal outside of MA.