“Their marijuana is ok but this review is on staff and management of the business. First off, they treat employees like they are garbage beneath their feet. Second and most importantly for me as an artist. Msmj moves into downtown Vancouver aka THE ART DISTRICT and are snuffing local glass artist. They just insinuated that they will not be buying any more local glass, that they will be filling their glass shelve with cheep imports, in my opinion you can't move Into an art district and then tell the artists to kick rocks. Undercutting Our business in the art industry, they want cheep quantity of glass (not art) instead of locally made hand blown every piece custom. I will not be taking my business back to Msmj and would hope any lover of arts will go elsewhere as well and not support a business that is snuffing local artist in our are district.”
Prices are generally low, but I was unimpressed with the quality compared to what is available elsewhere. The purchase process is weird and has a sketchy feel to it. It's pretty obvious that the owner is interested in pushing volume over quality. The store itself is dingy and unattractive, it's glaringly apparent they did nothing in regards to the appearance of the store.
if you want to buy cheap weed without having an opportunity to see or smell what you're buying from tenders who don't know what they're selling, this might be the place for you.
“Quite frankly, this shop is where you go if you don't know any better because they have a fairly forward-facing public presence. Budtenders are there to sell product, and are generally unknowledgeable about most strains.
All of their MJ, even the "top shelf" stuff, is mediocre at best. Super, incredibly dry and the quality is really questionable. I've had "top shelf" stuff that cost me $50/gr that $10/gr stuff at other locations blow clean out of the water. I think it's really the horribly dehydration they do to all of their strains because they're rushing things to market, not curing them right. I've had what are called "pure" Sativas hit like OG Indicas, and vice-versa irregardless of what experience I've had with a given strain before (a couple even privately(ie: I've grown) such as White Widow). I've had bowls spark and spit like sparklers indicating improper flushing and curing. Nothing I've ever gotten from this shop has been hydrated correctly. Absolutely nothing, and I'm not exaggerating.
Quite frankly, I went here as an absolute last resort. High End Marketplace just a couple of blocks away has a better shop, more knowledgable tenders and way, way, way higher quality bud for the price. Cannabis Country Store used to be my fave place before I found H.E.M.P (High End Market Place).
If you're in Washington, I'd highly recommend H.E.M.P. If you're here in Oregon, I'd recommend Canna-Daddy's in Gresham.
The people are nice and friendly though.”
“Everything I could possible want is in this store. Unfortunately there are so many strains that the employees can't keep up with them all. Most of the strains I asked for an opinion about nobody had tried themselves, or they just didn't know. That combined with not being able to see or smell the bud before I purchase makes this place a last resort. I'll always find something, but it's not a guarantee that I'll like it, and if I do like it there's no guarantee that it'll be there for me next time.”
“I think they slightly skewer their THC labeling. Came in today to get the God Bud listed at 28.13% THC on their menu only to find out it is marked 24.81%THC on the container itself. I pointed that out to the apathetic slightly annoyed budtender. Not a major world shattering dilemma by any means considering the deal, but still off putting by the misconception.”