Mendocino County is the OG when it comes to cannabis. Join television personality Roberta Gonzales, and her team, as they pull back the curtains and meet some local business owners in the cannabis space – from a boutique supplier and apothecary, to a brick-and-mortar healing center, to a converted brewery that now houses a processing and manufacturing facility. Three distinctive businesses – all with shared goals of wellness, education and responsible cannabis consumption.
An Apothecary Like No Other
Tucked within the redwoods of Anderson Valley is The Bohemian Chemist, a glorious apothecary that’s part of The Madrones complex. Discover this micro business that may be small in stature but is big on style! Learn about the various tinctures, topicals and edible treats for a myriad of wellness needs, their own delectable brand of buds and eclectic & cool accessories. The Bohemian Chemist also produces events such as infused dinners to share elevated and enhanced experiences in a tasty and tasteful way.
A Place to Just Be
At Plantshop in Ukiah, discover a world of wellness and healing with numerous types of CBD and THC products through the ‘magic’ of alchemy…including a great selection of infused beverages. At this retail shop, you’ll learn how cannabis products can help with everyday ailments and more, plus their outdoor event space offers a relaxing environment for consumption, yoga, concerts and interesting events, like their Puff-n-Paint series. Plantshop invites you to ‘just be’.
Hashing It Out
On the south end of Ukiah sits a huge structure, once a popular brewing company and now the home of Emerald Sun, a cannabis processing and manufacturing facility. Working with small farms around the unique topography of Mendocino County, Emerald Sun is also creating the most concentrated form of cannabis – hash – a wholly artisanal and pure plant-based process and product – and one used most widely around the world. The goal…help standardize the cannabis business while sharing the incredible talents of the Mendocino cannabis community.