A Veterans Day thank you

In honor of Veterans Day, Good Chemistry will be providing a 20% off discount on all products to those who have served in America’s armed forces on Sunday, November 11 and Monday, November 12.

Originally established in 1938, Veterans Day honors those who have served the country during times of war or peace.

Good Chemistry is a proud employer of veterans, and we support those who have served through veterans support projects, and by providing regular discounts for veterans on Good Chemistry products.

If you are Veteran please bring your Military ID or documentation of service to any Good Chemistry location on Sunday and Monday so we can thank you in person.


Good Chem Employee Feature: Aaron Marshall

  • How did you end up working for Good Chemistry?
    • I started shopping with Good Chemistry as a medical patient around 2010-2011. I was working with another dispensary when I heard about the possibility of an Aurora Good Chemistry location. I expressed my interest in working with GC to Steve Spinosa and a short time later I started as a budtender with the opening of GC Aurora.
  • What is your role?
    • I am currently one of the assistant managers at Good Chemistry Aurora.
  • What makes you come to work everyday?
    • What keeps me coming back to work?  First of all is what got me into this industry in the first place, a pay check, No I’m just kidding. My love, passion, and interest in cannabis, as well as my co-workers (I have never worked with a more enjoyable group) make showing up to work very satisfying.
  • What has been your favorite project at Good Chemistry?
    • The opening of Good Chemistry Aurora has been my favorite project that I’ve been a part of in my entire working career so far. I was able to see what the store has become, as well as what it will grow into since we first opened the doors.  It has been a very fulfilling opportunity every step of the way.
  • What are some of the things you like to do outside of work?
    • When I’m not at work I practice Photography, I Longboard, I Camp, and I just like to be outdoors in general, smoking cannabis😉.

Good Chemistry Aurora is featured in DiningOut Magazine’s “Top Aurora Dispensaries”

Good Chemistry {16840 East Iliff Avenue; 303.745.2420}

Good Chemistry is well-known for offering high-quality, affordable bud for recreational users. They even won recognition this year as the most affordable recreational dispensary with $30 eighths and $10 joints. Good Chemistry has billed its Aurora location as its flagship store, where they hope to continue demystifying cannabis by categorizing their product into four easy treatment tiers: Relax- ation, Relief, Sleep, and Stimulation. Good Chemistry’s proprietary strain, Ingrid, is great for those who have trouble sleeping at night, and their Blue Dream strain won “Best of the Rest” at the Denver Medical Cannabis Cup. Click here to go to article.


Good Chemistry launches online ordering at all locations

Save time, order ahead through goodchem.org.

Do you ever find yourself tight on time, rushing to get to Good Chemistry? Now you can save time and order ahead online from the comfort of your couch, with pick-up now available at all of our locations. Aurora customers have enjoyed online ordering for the past year, and now we’re excited to make the service available at our Denver Capitol Hill and South Broadway locations.

Check out our Online Reservation Page to place your order at your selected location – Aurora (REC Only), Denver – Capitol Hill (MED + REC), Denver – S. Broadway (MED + REC).

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Good Chemistry launches “Craft of Cannabis” Campaign

Focusing on passion and production excellence, Good Chemistry launches “Craft of Cannabis” Campaign

“The Power is in the Flower”

DENVER (June 29, 2016)—As Good Chemistry—the leader in cultivating consistent, high-quality cannabis—expands production capabilities in Colorado and Nevada, the company debuts its “Craft of Cannabis” initiative with a new advertising campaign and website. Built on exquisite original photography, the ads showcase the people and plants behind the finest flower grown in Colorado.

“Our mission has always been to cultivate the best Cannabis on the market,” said founder and CEO Matthew Huron, a master gardener who has been honing his craft for nearly two decades. “We are proud of the flower that we produce. Our Craft of Cannabis campaign aims to show consumers the excellent standards of our Cannabis artisans and the remarkable beauty and character of our plants.”

coc-feature-2The Craft of Cannabis campaign was developed by branding expert Michael Markowitz, president of Michael Markowitz + Associates, whose clients have included, among others, Panera Bread, Anheuser Busch and Universal Studios. The new GoodChem.org website was designed by Duffy & Partners, whose clients have included, among others, Wolfgang Puck, Herradura and Minute Maid. The new website provides behind-the-scenes access to Good Chemistry’s critically acclaimed nurseries, where the finest Cannabis grown in Colorado is the product of an ideal union between passion and science, remarkable people and remarkable plants. The nursery team includes botanists, carpenters, mechanics, scientists, musicians, entrepreneurs, farmers, inventors, caregivers, and more. Good Chemistry Nurseries products reflect the evolution of thousands of years of Cannabis production; Good Chemistry works to preserve the ancient qualities of the Cannabis flower while incorporating the most modernized cultivation, production and curing techniques. In the last two years alone, Good Chemistry has expanded more than 235 percent, and employs a staff of over 100. Over the past three years, Good Chemistry Nurseries has increased its cultivation and production square footage by more than 400 percent.

GC_blowin_Ad_5_b-paul-8-INTERSTATE-new-4-2-2The new website also offers access to Good Chemistry’s original education campaigns including S.T.A.T.S., Good Chemistry Nurseries’ stylish, easy-to-use free consumer cannabis evaluation guide for assessing quality cannabis flower. The five-step process for identifying high quality, remarkable flower, is similar to the multi-step process for evaluating wine. The S.T.A.T.S. method (Sight, Touch, Aroma, Taste, and Sensation) is a guide to helping consumers evaluate essential aspects of the flower in order to make the most informed and satisfying purchase decisions. A Product Section provides a review Good Chemistry’s award-winning flower strains, including the exclusive Ingrid and Mr. Good Chem, and concentrates, such as solvent-less Rosin.

**Advertising creative available upon request.** For more information or to schedule an interview, contact Shawna McGregor at 917-971-7852 or shawna@rosengrouppr.com.

About Good Chemistry: Good Chemistry is a leading provider of marijuana products and related services, and is committed to Leading the Way for people through the growth, production and use of cannabis. Good Chemistry is dedicated to cultivating the most consistent, high-quality cannabis available. Because we believe in leading the way and making life better for everyone, every strain is priced at $30 per 1/8, every day. We don’t have pricing tiers or shelf tiers. Just a great product at a great price. Good Chemistry’s two locations in Denver and Aurora offer customers an award-winning lineup of medical and recreational marijuana products and outstanding service from our highly educated and passionate staff. Good Chemistry has established one of the nation’s most sophisticated nursery programs, with grow operations in metro Denver that produce world-class products at the highest levels of quality, reliability and consistency. For more information, visit www.goodchem.org. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.


Good Chemistry Nominated for Five of The Cannabist Awards

Good Chemistry Nominated for Five of The Cannabist Awards

Recognized for S.T.A.T.S., Aurora Store, philanthropic work, and more….

Good Chemistry Nurseries is a finalist for five awards from marijuana’s online news source The Cannabist. The Cannabist Awards recognize the world’s top marijuana and hemp businesses, researchers, technologists, thought leaders, products, influencers and philanthropists. This year, Good Chemistry beat out thousands of nominations to rank as a finalist in five of The Cannabist Awards categories.

Good Chemistry Nurseries is recognized as a finalist for Education//Consumption for S.T.A.T.S. Guide to High Quality Cannabis; Marketing//Retail Branding for Good Chemistry Aurora; Community//Philanthropy for Good Chemistry Nurseries’ support of LGBTQ, homelessness and other needs in the community; Community//Innovation for Good Chemistry Nurseries’ Compassion Program; and 2016 Cannabist Person of the Year for Good Chemistry Nurseries’ Founder & CEO Matthew Huron.

Good Chemistry Nurseries will join industry leaders at the second annual The Cannabist Awards Ceremony on November 16.


Good Chemistry and CEO Matthew Huron are finalists for the following Cannabist Awards:

On April 12, 2016 Good Chemistry Nurseries launched its innovative, free S.T.A.T.S. Guide to educate people on the complexities of assessing High Quality Cannabis. S.T.A.T.S. is a five-step process for identifying high quality, remarkable flower, not unlike the multi-step process for evaluating wine. The STATS method (Sight, Touch, Aroma, Taste, and Sensation) is a guide to helping consumers evaluate essential aspects of the flower in order to make the most informed, responsible and satisfying purchase decisions.

  • Category: Marketing – Retail Branding: The pot shops and related business that glimmer, function, and sparkle.
  • Finalist: Good Chemistry Aurora

Good Chemistry’s 3,600-square-foot store has set the standard for Cannabis dispensaries. It offers customers an award-winning lineup of recreational marijuana products in a luxe environment that would fit perfectly in any high-end retail shopping center. In developing the Aurora location and with an eye toward continued national expansion, Good Chemistry CEO and founder Matthew Huron brought together a team of experienced professionals to implement the company’s vision for a groundbreaking retail cannabis experience that is both inviting and educational.

  • Category: Community – Philanthropy: Giving back financially to deserving organization in need.
  • Finalist: Good Chemistry

In 2016 Good Chemistry Nurseries launched its most ambitious year yet of working on behalf of deserving organizations in need. In August of 2016, the company received a 2016 One Colorado “Ally Award” for its work advancing equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) Coloradans and their families. Good Chemistry Nurseries’ support for the LGBTQ community extends beyond the Ally Awards and Colorado AIDS Walk, with sponsorship of Denver’s Gay Pride Parade and the annual “Pink Party” at during Denver’s Gay Pride Weekend. The company supports the Denver Police Brotherhood, the Comitis Crisis Center of Aurora and the Harm Reduction Action Center (HRAC). Good Chemistry contributed to Aurora Councilwoman Marsha Berzins and Sally Mounier’s “Marsha and Mounier Series” which partnered with two agencies who work with the homeless in Aurora to assemble “Back to School” backpacks for homeless youth on and near Colfax.

  • Category: Community – Innovation: Getting creative with corporate responsibility.
  • Finalist: Good Chemistry, Compassion Program

Good Chemistry’s “Compassion Program” helps patients with serious health issues and financial needs obtain medical cannabis at minimal or no cost. The Compassion Program has been in place since the dispensary opened in 2009 and has served hundreds of patients with medical conditions ranging from HIV to cancer and epilepsy.  The Compassion Program was born out of Huron’s own personal experience growing up in a gay household in San Francisco. His father and father’s partner both had HIV and eventually his father’s partner ended up in hospice care. Huron started growing and cultivating medical marijuana at that time just for his father’s partner – but then he started passing it around to other folks in hospice, and from there Huron began expanding the business, going to other hospices and assisted living facilities in the area, thus the “Compassion Program” was born. To apply for the program, patients fill out a simple questionnaire and provide proof of their medical condition from a primary care physician. Once approved, Good Chemistry staff will determine how much medicine a client is eligible to receive.


●  Category: 2016 Cannabist Person of the Year: The one individual who has contributed the most to the burgeoning cannabis space.

  • Finalist: Matthew Huron, Good Chemistry


Matthew Huron, CEO and Founder of Good Chemistry Nurseries has deep roots in the cannabis industry – dating back to the 80’s and 90’s in San Francisco.  His father and his father’s partner both had HIV and found therapeutic benefits from cannabis. In 1996, when medical marijuana became available in California, he saw firsthand the symptomatic relief patients experienced from this alternative medical treatment. In 2000, he began growing medical marijuana for AIDS patients throughout the state, founding and operating a nonprofit medical marijuana co-op. After 10 years operating the Elmar Lins Compassion Co-Op, he moved to Colorado to co-found Wellspring Collective. In 2010, he launched Good Chemistry Colorado, planning the facility infrastructure design and construction, acquiring the necessary financing and directing the resulting work.

Today, Good Chemistry employs a staff of more than 100, operating dispensaries in Denver and Aurora. Matt has developed and implemented best practices in the medical and retail marijuana industry, including a Compassion Care Program that enables patients with limited resources to obtain medical marijuana at little or no cost. According to Huron, “knowing the impact you can have on really sick patients by being able to provide them with medical marijuana is incredibly gratifying” and his favorite aspect of working in the cannabis industry.

Since 2010, Huron has expanded cultivation operations in two large Colorado facilities that are devoted solely to the production of more than 60 strains of marijuana, while also launching a new cultivation operation in Nevada. Further, he optimized the production of extracts and concentrates through solventless processing.

In August 2016, Huron was honored for his work to advance equality for LGBTQ Coloradans and their families at One Colorado’s 2016 Ally Awards. Huron is a founding board member of the Cannabis Business Alliance (CBA) and a founder and former board member of the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA). He has served on the Colorado Department of Revenue’s Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division’s (MED) Licensing Authority Advisory Committee, which was charged with advising regulators on the development of production management, tax and other policies pertaining to the use of marijuana. Huron’s entire 20+ year career is a testament to putting quality and consistency above everything else.


Good Chemistry Nurseries – Cloning is Key

Good Chemistry Nurseries’ expert staff has years of education and experience that has allowed them to cultivate the finest, most consistent cannabis is Colorado. Good Chemistry Nurseries’ rigorous cloning and cultivation plan ensures that each plant produces the highest quality flower that is identical to the flower it was cloned from.

Good Chemistry can ensure quality and consistency because of the following:

  • Good Chemistry Nurseries’ rigorous cloning and cultivation plan ensures that each plant produces identical flower to the flower it came from.
  • The gardeners regularly assess the genetics of the plants to determine their quality and consistency throughout. They judge each plant on a variety of categories, and if it doesn’t meet their standards they will not continue growing it.
  • They believe the more you put in, the more you get out. Each employee treats the nursery like it is their own business, which makes the production of the plants personal.
  • They experiment with nutrients and other cutting edge horticulture practices. They have grids dedicated to experimental nutrient levels to determine the best fit for each strain.

Good Chemistry Nurseries has developed two exclusive strains:

Ingrid – Exclusive to Good Chemistry, Ingrid was found in a bag of Big Bud regular seeds brought to the United States from Switzerland. When propagated, there was one plant that stood out from the rest. Look, growth, smell and density of bud set this particular plant apart from all her brothers and sisters. “Ingrid” (which is Austrian slang for marijuana) is a full indica, known for nighttime pain relief and for helping with insomnia. Extreme sedative effects may present themselves within 30 minutes after use.

Mr. Good Chem – With hints or fruit and undertones of perfume, Mr. Good Chem has an undeniable smell. After medicating with this sticky strain, the euphoric sensation may amplify the joy of your activity, as well as relieve any stress that may be holding you back.

Stop by one of the Good Chemistry locations to try out our consistent flower for yourself.


Good Chemistry Supports Best Practices as Cannabis Sustainability Symposium Sponsor

Denver is pioneering the Cannabis industry in ways to lessen the environmental impact of cultivating and selling Cannabis. The initiatives initiated by responsible Cannabis businesses working to decrease their footprint have trickled out through various news stories, but The Cannabis Sustainability Symposium, hosted by the Organic Cannabis Association, held on October 26th, 2016 at the Colorado Convention Center, will ignite the conversation.This one day event will educate attendees on the latest tools, techniques and technologies for efficient and safe Cannabis production.

Covering water & wastewater, solid waste, integrated pest management, community engagement, energy efficiency, cultivation practices and sustainable design, the symposium will bring together leaders from all over the industry to present on the industry’s key environmental challenges. Our very own Meg Collins, Vice President of Public Affairs will moderate the panel on energy, and Good Chemistry Nurseries will have a booth on site to provide attendees with more information. Good Chemistry Nurseries understands the environmental impact of indoor Cannabis cultivation. We look forward to learning from experts in this very field as well as educating other members of the industry on the lengths we go to in an effort to minimize our own environmental footprint.

For more information or to purchase a ticket, visit http://www.cannabissustainability.org/.


Good Chemistry’s Meg Collins makes the 50 Most Important Women in Cannabis

Cannabis Business Executive: The 2016 CBE 50 Most Important Women in the Cannabis Industry

Meg Collins, VP Public Affairs for Good Chemistry, was the executive director of the Cannabis Business Alliance (CBA) prior to joining Good Chemistry—one of Denver’s leading medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries—as the Vice President of Business Development. She was at the forefront of recreational legalization in Colorado with CBA and helped build the framework for Amendment 64. Read the full article here.

Click here to see Meg Collins’ Full Bio



LGBTQ and Cannabis Communities Band Together

In addition to LGBTQ individuals also being a part of the cannabis community, members of the cannabis industry have made it a point to give back to the cities they are part of as a way to dispel negative stereotypes, and this includes working with the queer community. “Good Chemistry has sponsored the Aids Walk every year since opening, and for the past four years we have supported the One Colorado Ally Awards,” Matthew Huron, founder and CEO of Good Chemistry dispensary in Denver, told CULTURE. “Good Chemistry has also sponsored the Denver Gay Pride Parade, and for the past two years we have been the exclusive sponsor of the Pink Party at Tracks during Gay Pride Weekend.”

Huron’s involvement with the LGBTQ community goes beyond a simple sense of social justice and a desire for change. His work and activism stem from a personal connection. “My involvement with the LGBTQ community and cannabis started when I saw firsthand the benefits that people can experience from cannabis, when my father and his partner—along with many of their friends— used the plant to treat severe symptoms of HIV,” he told us. “Because cannabis became an excellent alternative treatment and offered relief for HIV patients, my father and I set up a small, non-profit medical marijuana co-op in San Francisco that served AIDS patients and the assisted living and hospice facilities that treated them.”

“When I moved the business to Colorado, I wanted to keep the spirit of my father alive, so we started the Good Chemistry Compassion Program, where we provide free and low-cost medicine to very sick and low-income patients,” he added. “It is very important to me to support the LGBTQ community and show that they have an ally in Good Chemistry. By sponsoring community events such as the AIDS Walk and the Ally Awards, we are able to engage with the community and support important initiatives.”

“Because cannabis is such an open minded and accepting environment, LGBTQ people aren’t so scared to hide their identity because of the nature of the cannabis industry,” Ferlic explained. “So the open mindedness could be the crossover, because I know in all the companies I have worked with, there have been a handful of LGBTQ people in each community and they’ve been really open about that. In the past couple of years with gay marriage and cannabis coming out I feel I can be open and honest from the get-go. I’m a cannabis user and I’m proud of it and I’m also LGBTQ and I’m proud of it, and I don’t have any problems letting people know about that. Two years ago I hid both of those things, especially in the workplace.”

“I am proud to be a part of the advances that have been made to legalize marijuana and to bear witness to the progress that has been made by the LGBTQ community,” added Huron.

Read the full article here.


LISTEN: Good Chemistry Nurseries Come to Nevada: Flower Power


by Brian Bahouth

The cannabis industry is inextricably grounded in the cannabis plant, and if you were to judge the latest business to enter Nevada’s medical cannabis market by their commitment to the plant, Good Chemistry Nurseries couldn’t be a better company.

About the same time Nevada voters approved a ballot initiative to legalize the adult use of cannabis, Good Chemistry Nurseries CEO and founder Matthew Huron announced the launch of a new Reno production facility that will service medical and eventually adult-use dispensaries throughout the state with distinctive flowers and concentrates.

A quick look at the Good Chemistry website reveals a stunning array of strains in active cultivation.  From an intriguing Columbian Gold ’72 to exclusive strains Mr. Good Chem and Ingrid, Good Chemistry brings a deep plant catalog to Nevada patients, not just in the form of buds, but their concentrates focus on plant purity too, with Cold Water Hash, Dry-sift, and a much anticipated solvent-less rosin.

Good Chemistry Nurseries is deeply rooted in the medical tradition of cannabis cultivation and allegiance to the plant’s ancient attributes, but clearly, as Nevada’s adult-use market opens, and medical licensees are given first access to the general public, these flowers and simple line of purity-focused concentrates will likely drive the same adult-use success Good Chemistry has seen in Colorado.

To find out more about Good Chemistry Nurseries, I spoke with Founder and CEO Matthew Huron and discovered to no surprise that he and his team are focused on, the plant … listen …

Music credit:
Song: Fried Neck Bones And Some Home Fries
Artist: Willie Bobo

Read the full article here.


S.T.A.T.S. – Taste

In past blog posts, we have explored the meaning behind the Sight, Touch and Aroma steps of assessing the quality of Cannabis through Good Chemistry Nurseries’ S.T.A.T.S. program.

Next up, Taste. Taste is an important aspect of quality when it comes to Cannabis. Different flower strains will have unique flavor profiles. Similar to wine tasting, experience is necessary to distinguish between different flavors among the flower strains. Some flavors line up with the strain’s aromas and others might suggest a different profile. Some strains such as Strawberry Cough offer a bolder taste; some such as Blue Dream are smoother.

When tasting Cannabis, consider this:
Much like with any other consumable product, aroma may set up the flavor. In most cases, the smell of your Cannabis product will be directly reflected in its taste.
The taste should be pleasant and enjoyable, never harsh. Poor quality flower will leave a severe, harsh taste in the back of your throat and mouth. The seeds will taste like burnt popcorn.

Some, but by no means all, tastes you should expect from quality cannabis are:

If something does not taste right with your Cannabis, we encourage you to try other strains that may suit your tastebuds more appropriately. Our bodies know quality.

Learn more at STATSGUIDE.ORG


Thank you! Good Chemistry wins “Best Dispensary Cultivation in Denver”


Thank you for all of you who voted for Good Chemistry Nurseries for Westword’s Reader’s Choice – Best Dispensary Cultivation. We strive to cultivate and produce the finest, most consistent Cannabis in Colorado, and we’re grateful for your continued support!

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The Evolution of Cannabis: How did we get to where we are today?

In just a few short years the Cannabis industry has become one of the fastest growing legal industries in the world. We have seen industry leaders rise and politicians acknowledge Cannabis as an economic engine. As the industry emerges from the shadows, the public has quickly become aware of the strength and benefits of Cannabis flower. But what brought us to this point?

Cannabis and hemp have been cultivated, both legally and illegally, worldwide for thousands of years. The first known reference to the flower is in Central and Southern Asia as far back as 4500 BC. Cannabis grew openly in the wild throughout the region, which was known more for its opium at the time. Fast forward a few thousand years and some civilizations slowly began to recognize marijuana’s medical applications. In the beginning, the flower would be utilized as a remedy for rheumatism, gout, malaria, and many more disorders. Throughout time, hemp and, by association, Cannabis were transported around the world in varying vehicles, and because of the strength of the plant’s fibers, its production was even encouraged to be used to make sails, rope and more. Even more mind blowing, its medical value was realized in pharmacies across the world as well, and was even sold openly.

In the the 1900s, Cannabis was villainized through government propaganda and in reports claiming Cannabis was a contributor to violence, insanity and sex crimes. When the “War on Drugs” was launched in the early 1970s, suddenly Cannabis was no longer seen as a medicine or way to improve life. In 1996, while many political movements continued to pursue harsher punishments for Cannabis use, a series of reports concluded marijuana should be decriminalized, leading California to become the first state to officially recognize the plant’s medicinal value by legalizing medical marijuana.

Shortly after its  legalization, Good Chemistry Nurseries Founder & CEO Matthew Huron saw firsthand the symptomatic relief patients experienced from this alternative medical treatment. In 2000, he began growing medical marijuana for AIDS patients throughout the state, founding and operating a nonprofit medical marijuana co-op that became one of the most respected and well-known facilities in San Francisco.

Today, Cannabis is medically legal in 25 states and recreational use has been legalized in 4 states and Washington D.C. Overwhelming evidence has emerged regarding its medical applications, and advocates continue to fight for nationwide descheduling. At Good Chemistry, we are proud to be among the first Cannabis businesses to make its brand known to a legalized market, and we look forward to improving lives everywhere in the years to come.


We’re Happy To Be In The Highlands

Come see us in Denver’s historic LoHi neighborhood at 2563 15th St (near the corner of 15th and Boulder).

“We are honored to be part of the LoHi community and have a presence in one of Denver’s most beautiful and historic neighborhoods,” said Matthew Huron, founder and CEO of Good Chemistry. “Good Chemistry was founded on the four pillars of Science, Access, Dignity and Compassion, and we’re glad to be able to provide greater access to high quality cannabis products to this special community.”

As is true with all Good Chemistry Colorado locations, when visitors first arrive at our LoHi location, they are greeted with Good Chemistry’s pioneering category system that helps customers navigate the world of cannabis across many levels by identifying strains under the Amplify, Relax, Relieve and Sleep categories.

Good Chemistry Nurseries was founded in the spirit of “Making Life Better” for those in need. We believe it’s our responsibility to give back to the community, and support the vulnerable or under served. We plan to continue this commitment on behalf of the Lower Highlands neighborhood.

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What Does “The Power is in the Flower” Really Mean?

“The Power is in the Flower”

You’ve heard us say it,  but what does it actually mean? At Good Chemistry Nurseries, we strongly believe that not all Cannabis is created equal. Genetics may be stocked on shelves across the state, but their full benefits are only realized when they grown with the care and admiration we prioritize at the Good Chemistry Nurseries. If you want to grow exceptional cannabis — of the kind that can truly and consistently meet the hopes and expectations of a wide variety of people to achieve the range of experiences and effects they’re looking and hoping for, you can’t just plant it, give it water, nutrients and light, and expect exceptional results.

power%2fflower-2-1-1Despite what some may believe, Cannabis is not your typical crop. It’s so much more than a simple root, stem and bud. Cannabis is a myriad of components – a mosaic and a pharmacopeia unto itself. The hairs turn to flower, the bud is a collection of thousands of flowers and those collections become their own form. Each bud on a plant has a particular shape that’s unique to its strain and unique to the plant kingdom.

When we claim the power is in the flower, it is simply us recognizing the potential of Cannabis and owning the responsibility to make craft Cannabis a priority and brand norm. The desire to unlock the power within a Cannabis plant has driven Good Chemistry Nurseries to cultivate the highest quality Cannabis in the world. Our master growers have been perfecting the art of growing craft Cannabis for over 20 years. They combine skill, fascination and a thirst for continual learning and improvement to push Good Chemistry into the future of cultivation.


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