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BEST PLACES TO GET HIGH IN SEATTLE TO BOOST CREATIVITY

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    Seattle is a hot spot for creative people and is or has been home to plenty of individuals at the top of their fields. Paul Allen built a billion dollar Tech Company here. Kurt Cobain was the voice of a generation. Rainn Wilson-a Seattle native-played Dwight on The Office and has the most Seattleite name ever.

    But even the most creative among us hit a wall where we feel as if nothing original will spark and set a fire in our minds again. If you’re in need of some creative inspiration, visit the following locations after smoking. They’re some of the best places to get high in Seattle.

    KUBOTA GARDEN

    A beautiful 20-acre plot that is flush with color and natural beauty. Created originally by expert landscaper Fujitaro Kubota, the Kubota Garden park showcases Japanese design techniques with a North American twist. Find your way between waterfalls, ponds, hills, and diverse plant life within this South Seattle Gem.

    Location: 9817 55th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118

    RECOMMENDED STRAIN: CHERNOBYL

    MOPOP

    MoPOP is a museum that features contemporary pop culture while striving to spark imagination in its visitors.

    Superheroes and villains are all the rage these days, so it’s no surprise that Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes, is the main attraction at MoPOP. Exhibits on science fiction, fantasy, indie games, and Nirvana are a few of the other topics on display.

    Location: 325 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

    RECOMMENDED STRAIN: CHEMDAWG 91

    CHIHULY GARDENS AND GLASS

    The main reason for visiting this spectacular location is the glasshouse. Here, you witness the legendary glasswork of Dale Chihuly. The light-filled space causes you to perceive Chihuly’s work differently depending on the time of day.

    The garden is a combination of plant life and glasswork. Walking through it will make you feel as if you’re on another planet. It’s no wonder why Chihuly Gardens and Glass one of Seattle’s most popular attractions.

    Location: 305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109

    RECOMMENDED STRAIN: AK-47

    SEATTLE AQUARIUM

    Approximately 95% of the ocean is unexplored. Of the 5% that has been explored, we’ve found some extravagant ocean life. A bit of that ocean life can be found at the Seattle Aquarium.

    Exhibits include an octopus and a truly spectacular underwater dome. While you’re at it, check out the otter cam!

    Definitely one of the best places to get high in Seattle.

    Location: 1483 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101

    RECOMMENDED STRAIN: BLUE DREAM

    PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER

    The Pacific Science Center attempts to explain the world to you at one exhibit and then have you questioning reality at the next.

    For example, Memory: Fragrant Flashbacks will showcase how smells have a tremendous impact on our memory by using a smell synthesizer to create more than 500,000 scents in an attempt to elicit certain events, people, or places from your past.

    Walk over to What is Reality and you will be tasked with pondering existential questions.

    What is a fact? How do we know what’s real? Did those memories you just smelled to recollection actually happen?

    Location: 4816, 200 2nd Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

    RECOMMENDED STRAIN: BLUEBERRY TRAINWRECK

    Check to make sure we have the recommended strains in stock by visiting our online menu. Our menu changes as new strains come in and are bought up.

    Just a reminder, it is illegal to consume cannabis in public. Smoke in the safety of your home before adventuring out to these locations. Also, have a friend drive you.

    For the best cannabis strains that will accentuate your state of mind, take a look at our Lifestyle Spectrum and menu. Stop by a top rated dispensary near you in Seattle or Oklahoma City to meet with a cannabis guide that will help you find the perfect product to accompany your desired journey.


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