Greenway Magazine
by Greenway Team
23 April 2021
We asked some of Missouri’s best dispensary professionals, representing four of the state’s best dispensaries, what their top recommendations for the month of April were.

Bubba Fett – C4

I love Bubba Fett for its reliability and consistency. It never lets me down by settling me down.  – Caela

I love Bubba Fett for the relaxation it provides me. It was one of our first buds from C4 and has been consistently true. – Paul

Caela and Paul, Prep Agents, 3rd Street Dispensary 

Sweet Stone Local Infused Honey – Heartland Labs

Sweet Stone Local Infused Honey by Heartland labs is one of my favorites. It is locally sourced from Lawrence, St. Clair, Camden, and Johnson counties. Perfect for sweetening your morning coffee or nighttime tea, it’s been a personal favorite of mine. It’s made with distillate so there is no cannabis flavor whatsoever. Something about mixing locally grown cannabis with locally sourced honey is very appealing to me and so far our patients have loved it, myself included.

Alex Paulson, Easy Mountain Dispensary

White 99 – C4

White 99 is a Sativa dominant hybrid grown by C4 (Carrollton County Cannabis Co.). White 99 is our pick for strain of the month here at Missouri Wild Alchemy. With a limonene forward terpene profile, White 99 produces a cerebral high perfect for daytime creativity. Here in the shop, we have a variety of options for those in search of White 99, prerolls, bulk flower, and disposable vape pens.

Will Witte and Branden Martin, Wellness Coordinator Team, Missouri Wild Alchemy 

Sweet Stone Peanut Butter Cookies – Heartland Labs

We recently started receiving manufactured products from Heartland Labs and one product that stands out as unique for the moment is the infused peanut butter cookies. Everyone has come back and told us the cookies were awesome! They contain the same amount of THC as a gummy and come in a 10 pack of cookies. I would tell everyone to have other regular cookies handy so they don’t eat the whole THC-infused bag!

Dana Sullinger, Missouri Joint Ventures Dispensary

Aria – XVAPE

iaI personally love our Aria vaporizer and our budtenders love suggesting it to patients.   It checkmarks all the boxes – versatility, value, benefits, quality, and ease of use for the new and experienced.

First, the Aria Vaporizer is versatile working great for both flower and concentrates. The Missouri market is anxiously catching up on concentrate demand, while flower historically holds its popularity status regardless, a quality vaporizer that does both is great. I’ve even had patients share how they use it to make butter. I haven’t tried that myself (yet), but that would certainly raise my versatility ranking.

Vaporizing your flower controls temperature allowing you to extract more cannabinoids and terpenes, thus maximizing the benefits from your flower, all while using less weed. Bonus. We all appreciate more bang for our buck, especially while mj prices are higher than we all prefer right now.

Vaporizing flower is also a good fit for those conscientious to aromas such as apartment or senior community living, and of course to all that simply appreciate the nice pure and smooth flavor (and fewer carcinogens) that vaporizing offers.

The quality and versatility make it a nice value; and why our budtenders love using it and suggesting it.

Kathryn Annen, Manager, 3rd Street Dispensary 

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