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Taking cannabis to a new high.

"The name Ganja Goddess brings to mind a beautiful woman sitting in a garden of Eden full of colorful Kush plants blessing you with her bountiful harvest of sensamilia.  Upon walking into the shop; “beautiful” is definitely one of the first words you’ll think of.  Being one of Seattle’s first recreational marijuana shops (open in Nov 2014) qualifies the goddess’s harvest as “bountiful” to say the least.  The staff of Ganja Goddess goal is to be a Pioneer in the Cannabis industry.  It’s great to see a group of people who genuinely care about the growth of the industry and customer experience above making a lot of money. And nestled in Seattle’s SODO district they have no shortage of competition.  But everyone who works there says the same thing.  They say that their competition isn’t competition but comrades.  Don’t get me wrong.  Ganja Goddess would love to have your money.  What they want more than your money is to give you incredible value, service, and product for that money."

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What to Do in Seattle: Tips From the City’s Wine Guru

New York Times Magazine: That’s my regular place. You walk in and you see everybody: housewives, Rastafarian guys with dreadlocks, college students, guys in suits, a winemaker, everybody. I’m not a big smoker, but the idea is that we have the personal freedom to do it if we want. Just because it’s legal doesn’t mean you have to partake. Just because cake is legal doesn’t mean you have to shovel a whole load in your face.

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Pot Shop of the Month (November): Ganja Goddess in Seattle’s Industrial District

High Above Seattle: She’s a beauty. Ganja Goddess opened for the first time earlier this month to little fanfare, but this little gem dazzles and sparkles in the sometimes drab Industrial District.

The first thing that caught our attention was the old world look of the interior, the exposed brick from a different time, the unrefined wooden wall in the back with a hand-painted cannabis leaf, the concrete floor, and those dangling chandeliers. This set the mood.

 

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