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System of a Down's Odadjian Commemorated “Go Skate Day” with 4 New Strains in Phoenix

William Davis

In order to celebrate Go Skate Day on a street skate course, Shavo Odadjian, one of the founding members of the Grammy Award-winning heavy metal band, skated to the outdoor food court location with his Cowtown Skateboards friends.

Additionally, they were celebrating the introduction of the bassist's four brand-new strains.
Shavo Odadjian's 4 New StrainsTweet by Phoenix New Times

The rock star's new 22Red concentrates were purchased and dabbed by Carlos Soltero, a former skateboarder and present budtender at Cannabist Tempe.

"On the Shred 22, I'm pretty sure it's more like almost a sour diesel," he told Phoenix New Times. The 32-year-old Soltero has been using marijuana since high school and has seven years of industry experience.

He endorsed Shred 22, a 9/10 Sativa-dominant hybrid that is much more potent for mature users who are serious about moving.

Additionally, Soltero used a strain with a mild Sativa tendency called Portuguese Kush sauce. He found it “super aromatic” and “citrusy-like” notes. He also remarked, “The high was euphoric, really cerebral; I felt it put me in a nice, happy place with a nice, little toasty body.”

There were two other strains that the System of a Down bass guitarist launched, the third being Papago Punch, a badder crafted from exotic purple strains — including Modified Grapes, Grape Milkshake, and Purple Apricot. Lastly, K9, which is a sauce that 22Red says is a “twist on the classic Maui Wowee”.

Medical Marijuana in Arizona

You must first obtain a marijuana certification from an Arizona MMJ doctor in order to obtain a medical marijuana card. You can then apply for the AZ medicinal marijuana card and register as a patient on the AZDHS Individual Licensing Portal.

A patient must schedule a face-to-face meeting with a medical marijuana doctor for their initial examination under the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program. As a result, you can go to a cannabis doctor in your area to obtain a medical marijuana certification.

Only individuals suffering from a disease that qualifies for a medical card in Arizona are certified by cannabis physicians. Therefore, it is doubtful that a doctor will approve you for medical marijuana if your illness is not included. If you have any of the following conditions, your doctor may advise using medical cannabis as a method of treatment:

  • a persistent medical condition for which taking prescribed medicine regularly might result in physical or mental reliance, or
  • a persistent medical illness that results in severe, crippling psychological issues

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William Davis is a CBD and MMJ enthusiast working with Quick Med Cards. He has been covering cannabis-related stories for many years and has been involved in educating readers about the potential benefits this tabooed plant can have.

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