The knowledgeable staff at Remedy Tulalip will work to educate you on the options for cannabis products, whether you’re shopping for health or recreational reasons. Photos by Genna Martin

The knowledgeable staff at Remedy Tulalip will work to educate you on the options for cannabis products, whether you’re shopping for health or recreational reasons. Photos by Genna Martin

Self-care takes many forms in Snohomish County

Many area residents turn to cannabis products for help with anxiety, stress

If you regularly suffer from anxiety, stress, or sleep loss you know it’s not a pleasant experience.

Reaching out for help is the first step in self care. Many people seek medical help to address their condition, but an increasing number of people in Snohomish County and beyond are looking into the potential of cannabis-based products to ease their symptoms.

The Cannabis Concierges at Remedy Tulalip are all about education and invite you to come in for a one-on-one conversation about how cannabis products may help you address anxiety or stress-related conditions.

Learn more about what’s available

You may have never consumed cannabis in any form, or you may be years removed from past experiences. If it’s been a while, you’ll likely be amazed at the broad variety of products available today and the varied uses and forms they take. The highly-trained staff at Remedy Tulalip take seriously their role as educators about cannabis and can help you decide which product might be best suited for your situation and needs.

As one employee said recently, “through the ongoing education we have, it’s really opened my eyes to all cannabis and CBD can do.”

Offering you an active approach to wellness

As an evolving industry involving both medicinal and recreational cannabis, ongoing staff education, research and training are essential – something the Remedy Tulalip team is happy to share so you too can make the most of the company’s founding philosophy to Live Happy, Live Healthy.

Regulars can qualify for deals

If you become a regular client of Remedy, you can take advantage of special offers made available through the Remedy Rewards program. Sent to your mobile device or computer, these value-added deals are designed to be redeemed in store. And by letting them know how you hope to gain benefit from your cannabis experience, they’ll tailor messages to your specific needs and preferences.


Learn more at or stop by the store on 34th Avenue NE, between Home Depot and Walmart. Active military and veterans, Tribal Members and Elders qualify for a 10-percent discount. You can also follow Remedy Tulalip on Facebook.

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