One Sentence Weed Reviews (OWSR): Mr. Grimm Peanut Butter Breath (3.5g & UP)

Strain (Chemovar): Peanut Butter Breath
Disposition: Sativa Dominant Hybrid
Farm: Mr. Grimm
THC: 26.2%
Price point: 3.5g – $35, 7g – $70.

Overwhelming odor and taste, and it gets you high af.

An ounce of Peanut Butter Breath by Mr. Grimm bathed in orange light on a product lazy susan, with a rolling tray and some loose nugs.

Better know a stoner song – “Up In Smoke” by Immigrant Union

Yeah, so it’s a cover…. So what? The video, alone, makes it worth its weight in pressed vinyl. Music by Tommy Chong, and lyric credits include both Cheech & Chong, they originally inked this modern pop/country classic with the movie ‘Up in Smoke’ in mind.

However, this version features a better metered approach to the music, which makes it a bit more peppy. Immigrant Union is an Australian band fronted by a dude named Bob that I met once in Portland, at a cool recording studio. When they first got going, this band featured Courtney Barnett for a while. Another dude, Mitchell, who grows weed for Bondi Farms introduced me, and we all smoked a fatty blunt together on New Year’s Eve of 2019 -> 2020. Good times.


Better Know a Stoner Song – “Day N’ Nite” by Kid Cudi

Kid Cudi has no problem tackling serious issues in his lyrics. We’ve all felt a little hopeless and lost some times, but my personal takeaway is that the subject of this song is a self medicating man with is grappling with some large questions surrounding his life. We’ve all been there, right?

The lonely stoner is swimming through self reflection, life analysis, romance remembrance, and a path forward. It’s kind of sad, but hey — we don’t always turn to cannabis during a party, do we?

Am I off-base, here?


Better know a stoner song – “Smoke It (Big Bass 2020)” by The Dandy Warhols

We’re back, with another stoner song. The Dandy Warhols of Portland, OR, have re-tuned and re-mixed their 2005 hit “Smoke It”, to help seven States that recently legalized the herb celebrate their legal conquest. The Dandys have a history replete with cannabis references in their music, and the band logo has a weed leaf just below a classic VW bus, for crying out loud. They played the Marijuana Policy Project fundraiser at The Playboy Mansion in 2008, with such luminaries as Jack Herer, Vivian McPeak, and Eddy Lepp in attendance.

Bassist Zia McCabe was our first celebrity visitor at House of Cannabis – Tacoma, back in 2018. Their most recent release, “Why You So Crazy” (iTunes Music, Spotify) features several Neo-psychedelic tracks, including a personal favorite, “To The Church”, which is like a walk down the aisle on a fistful of Mushrooms.


Better Know a Stoner Song – “The Free Mexican Airforce” by Peter Rowan

Yeah. This world has a plethora of music, and with as much as people love the ganja, some of it is bound to rotate around the herb. I’m going to be occasionally posting some stoner type songs that I hope are new tunes for you all. We have such great diversity in cannabis consumers, that all sorts of music is made to honor the herb. This column will know no bounds, in terms of genre. From country to rap, rock to bluegrass, we’ll touch on it all over time.

First up, The Free Mexican Airforce, by Peter Rowan, released in 1978. This Mexicana styled song mariachi song touches on the hypocrisy of the American war on drugs, and the psychological war on parents and teens. Enjoy.


One Sentence Weed Review

OG Kief – High Country $18/1g

“An incredible way to turn a bowl into a bomb!”

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Tavo – Happy Cannabis Collection $35/3.5g

Tavo is the perfect midday smoker, a rush of energy with mellow vibes makes it great for that moment when you need a second wind!

OSWR – Inzane in the Membrane

Inzane in the Membrane by Phat Panda

“Perfect for a wake ‘n’ bake, smoke this sativa-dominant hybrid to get your day started!”

Choosing the Right CBD Product For You

The CBD craze is truly upon us! And for good reason. Thanks to positive media coverage and hype from mainstream public figures such as NFL players, models, and celebrities, it’s likely that you have heard of the wonders of the CBD molecule and considered whether or not this would be a beneficial addition to your own wellness routine. 

In this post, I will highlight some of the product options you may want to consider as you navigate your CBD purchasing decisions. I will also showcase some of our favorite CBD products here at House of Cannabis!

Why CBD?

The appeal and growing popularity of CBD is simple: CBD products provide consumers with the healing, pain-relieving, and anti-inflammatory properties of cannabis without mimicking the notable “psychoactive” feeling associated with eating or smoking pure cannabis flower. Essentially, someone can consume beneficial segments of the cannabis plant while limiting their resulting “high”. CBD is being praised for its ability to act as an antioxidant, relieve spasms, contribute to pain relief, reduce nausea, reduce anxiety, aid in healthy sleep patterns, and even relax the muscles throughout the body.

See this visual Cannabinoid Guide (source: for more details on the benefits of CBD as well as its sister cannabinoids, THC, CBG, and more.

Types of CBD Products

There are many ways to consume CBD, including the ingestion of oils (also known as tinctures) or capsules. Additionally, people can consume CBD by vaping high-CBD concentrates or smoking high-CBD flower. Finally, CBD can be applied topically with a CBD topical, lotion, lubricant, or lip balm. 

Double Delicious produces affordable prepackaged CBD capsules

CBD Oils and Capsules

CBD-based oils and capsules offer users an ingestion method that is easily incorporated into any wellness regimen. Oil and tincture products come with a dropper or pipette, allowing users absolute control over their dose. Capsules come in pre-dosed pills or dissolvable tablets

One of our favorite CBD capsule options is by Double Delicious. We carry two of their CBD capsule formulas, including a 1:1 CBD:THC formula and also a 20:1 CBD:THC formula. 

Another great CBD tablet option is to source Green Revolution’s Fast Tabs. These dissolvable tablets come in many varieties, including “Remarkable Daytime”, “Remarkable Nighttime”, “Vitality”, and “Happiest Self”. I have used the “Happiest Self” formula personally and can attest to the fact that these tablets live up to their name!

Follow Green Revolution’s Instagram page @expgreenrevolution for more information about their products, including the Fast Tabs!

CBD Vape Pens

Many vape pen producers offer high-CBD vape pen cartridges, including Dabstract, Spoil’d, and Avitas. Vaping CBD allows consumers to increase their intake of the CBD cannabinoid while also prioritizing ease-of-use and discretion. Since CBD vapor options often do not lead to substantial psychoactive effects, vaping CBD can be an excellent “daytime” option. 

High-CBD Flower

Many cannabis farms are producing flower that is high in CBD content for customers interested in consuming CBD via smoked cannabis. Here at House of Cannabis, we carry the Critical Mass CBD strain by Leaf Chief, a high-CBD cross of Afghani and Skunk #1 strains. This indica-dominant strain is great for relaxing and easing physical discomfort. It stimulates creativity and provides a sense of euphoria without knocking you out.

Next time you’re in the store, as us about our high-CBD flower options and we’ll show you what we have on hand!

CBD Topicals

CBD topicals, intended to be applied to the skin, are a great way to reduce localized body pain. Many customers find relief after applying CBD topical to areas impacted by joint and muscle aches, back pain, or even skin rashes. When applied topically, the CBD cannabinoid interacts with the cannabinoid receptors that we all have throughout our skin cells. 

One excellent CBD topical option is Dragon Balm, by WA State producer Ceres. This product is a customer favorite!

Ceres’ Dragon Balm contributes to deep tissue relief and is small enough to carry with you throughout your day

In our store, we also carry CBD topicals with more specific and unique applications, such as CBD-infused lip balm and CBD sexual lubricant. Consider these potential options for a fun and healthy way to treat yourself!

Need Help Understanding CBD Ratios?

If you are planning to source a CBD product that contains THC, the psychoactive component of the plant that is also beneficial for pain management, then you need to consider what CBD:THC ratio is right for you. Essentially, CBD products containing THC are manufactured with varying levels of THC. The CBD:THC ratio is always listed directly on the product packaging and this will help you to understand how much “psychoactive” activity you can expect from any specific product or therapy. 

To help you better understand expected results from the various CBD formulations available on the market, check out this helpful Find Your CBD:THC Ratio resource (source: that explains the benefits of the various CBD:THC ratios. According to this resource, the best option for pain relief is a 1:1 CBD:THC product. 

A note about THC: In an era where CBD is having its moment in the spotlight, it’s common for budtenders to hear from customers who frame the main cannabinoids found in cannabis, CBD and THC, in a black and white framework where CBD is “good” and THC is “bad”. But plant medicine doesn’t fall within a black and white framework, and THC is an important aspect of what makes cannabis medicine so powerful. 

When our endocannabinoid system (ECS) interacts with the full array of components contained within cannabis, we experience what is referred to as the “entourage effect”. The entourage effect is the synergistic interaction of all of the cannabis molecules, which produces a deeper physiological response than if any single cannabis component was consumed on its own. Nature designed cannabis therapy to include all of these components, not just CBD, and so we invite you to try a CBD product that contains THC and test how this interacts with your body and contributes to your wellness routine. 

If you have any questions about CBD or the products showcased in this post, don’t hesitate to give us a call at (253) 212-3711.