After consistently doubling their annual sales since opening in August of 2018, Remedy Tulalip, the Tulalip Tribes’ first cannabis dispensary, is looking to open a second location. Located conveniently in Quil Ceda Village, Remedy is well known for their extensive product offerings and their knowledgeable and friendly “budtenders,” many of whom have been with Remedy since its grand opening.
A special place in the community
Being owned and operated by The Tulalip Tribes is just one way that Remedy Tulalip stands apart from other cannabis dispensaries. They’re also unique in their support for local non-profits like the Tulalip Boys and Girls club. Future expansion plans include continuing that tradition of supporting local charities and non-profit organizations within the community.
Since Remedy Tulalip first opened their doors in 2018 they’ve had a goal of not only providing the best products for their recreational users but also supporting and furthering research into the medicinal attributes of cannabis. Their hope is to develop a better understanding of how cannabis could aid with diseases such as addiction to more serious and life threatening ailments.
Support for Native-owned brands
While during their first year Remedy experienced some growing pains, they have since refined their business model and expanded their selection of cannabis brands and accessories to better meet the needs and preferences of their loyal clients. Remedy also offers a variety of native-owned cannabis brands, and is dedicated to their mission of using their buying power and influence to support sustainability and education.
Through it all though, they have maintained the high-end and professional client experience that made headlines when they initially opened. They were even jokingly referred to as the “Apple store” of dispensaries due to their brightly color-coded uniforms and their tech-savvy budtenders!
If you are looking for knowledgeable staff to ask your cannabis-related questions or a safe, judgment-free store to purchase your cannabis and related accessories, pop by Remedy Tulalip in Quil Ceda Village. Make sure to follow them on Facebook and Instagram or check out their website for updates on future locations and new products.
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