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Washington 2023 Concentrate Special: FECO/RSO

The top Full Extract Cannabis Oil and RSO products in Washington.

Skagit Organics 
Slurricane RSO

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The perfect delivery method for Cannabis medicine or high-dose edible experiences, Skagit Organics uses the whole plant with pure ethanol for Department of Health certified Full Extract Cannabis Oil, or FECO – which has been used for treating symptoms of cancer, high pain, and provides many other medicinal benefits with a full spectrum range of Cannabinoids and terpenes, plus a strain specific high! This Slurricane will blow your hair back like a hurricane, so hold on and enjoy the ride with high potency RSO.

60% THC

Skagit Organics 

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Dabbable distillate made from Skagit’s premium RSO, this oil is smokable through any dab rig, or perfect for using as an edible for high potency effects. With rich GG4 terps, a healthy amount of CBD and a glued to the couch high, you can have this oil both ways – for a supremely stoney experience that’s medicinal and relaxing.

54% THC | 11% CBD

Skagit Organics 
Milky Way CBG RSO

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Explore the Milky Way with this high CBG RSO, which in high doses will blast you off into a floating, spacey adventure complete with the giggles – a happy side effect of high CBD and CBG. Low on THC, this is a great RSO for medicinal uses, or to complement high-THC dabs or consumption with alternative cannabinoids that have major health benefits.
38% CBG | 20% CBD | 2.4% THC

Canna Organix 
Mixed RSO

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A blend of strains mixed into FECO provides a full spectrum blend of cannabinoids and terpenes for a high potency extract that can be used medicinally or recreationally. Just google Full Extract Cannabis Oil or RSO to learn more about how this product can help heal and deliver a potent high.

82% THC

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About Wes Abney

Wes Abney is the founder and CEO of the Leaf Nation brand family, which began in 2010 as Northwest Leaf magazine. Recognized as the first Cannabis publication in the region, Northwest Leaf defined and developed the medical and recreational Cannabis communities in Washington with free publications focused on quality content and truthful journalism. The model’s success has led to Oregon Leaf in 2014, Alaska Leaf in 2016, Maryland Leaf in 2019, California Leaf in Spring of 2020, and Northeast Leaf in Fall of 2020. Wes’s writing and publishing background began with his college newspaper, The Ebbtide, which included a love for multimedia and creating content on many platforms. The nickname “Bearded Lorax” came after years of publishing millions of free magazines, using his voice to speak for a plant and those that benefit from it. Wes is an activist not only for Cannabis but for alternative medicine treatments, ending the drug war and freeing prisoners who have been wrongfully incarcerated for non-violent crimes. His passion for reaching people with written and spoken words led to the concept of Leaf Life Podcast in partnership with Mike Ricker, which began development in 2018 and launched in January 2019. With the combined passions of Cannabis and a love for broadcasting, the creation of Leaf Life was a natural progression for Leaf Nation as it spread roots across the United States. With over 100 shows recorded, and printing over 100,000 monthly copies, Leaf Nation has become the world’s largest Cannabis media company, while still celebrating the humble roots and truthful journalism that the model was founded upon. Beyond leading a team of 40+ passionate Cannabis creatives, Wes is the father to two beautiful daughters and two furry cats. He lives in Seattle, drinks coffee, and enjoys Cannabis daily, and hopes to eventually transition from a successful Cannabis journalist to a classic coffee shop author as the Leaf continues to grow in the coming decades. In true Lorax fashion, he enjoys hikes in the forest, communing with nature, and reminding people that “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not.”

This article was originally published in the July 2023 issue of Northwest Leaf.

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