Vaping Weed & Eating Cannabis Is A Great Way To Discretely Stay High

Now that summer is finally upon us, there are all kinds of different events to attend and concerts to go rage at. The one big problem we have with many of these events is that the rules usually dictate that cannabis isn’t allowed inside. Obviously you can’t smoke indoors but the same no consumption rules tend to apply to eating, drinking, and vaping cannabis products too.

So, how do we abide by these rules but also still have a good time with cannabis?

You could consume before the event, after the show, maybe outside in a special area, or if you’re able to be a bit stealthy, just use the cannabis discretely. There are all kinds of products that exist and many of them are smaller in size which can help you hide what is really going on.

Now, just to be frank, we’re definitely not condoning or encouraging the act of unlawfully smuggling “drugs” and/or paraphernalia into any event. But, if you’re already the type of person who does that kind of thing, we want to offer some guidance as to which products make sense for those situations.

Cannabis has numerous positive effects and has been legalized in our state for many reasons. We encourage all users to become educated about their legal rights before consuming in public. The rules do not just apply to smoking cannabis as the public is able to ingest cannabis in food, drink, capsules, and inhalers. Vaporizers are also banned by many restaurants, parks, and businesses.

If you’re the type of person who consumes cannabis regardless of where you’re at or what you’re doing, here are some products that we encourage you to consider whenever you visit Local Roots again. We’re going to cover cartridges, pods, and edibles so that you can be introduced to a small variety of quality products and brands.


Since cannabis was legalized, the most popular vaporizers have usually been the ones described as 510 thread carts and disposable cartridges. The 510 cartridges are screwed into various types of batteries and are typically available in gram and 1/2 gram options. For disposable carts, these are usually filled with distillate or Co2 extract and range between 150-350 puffs depending on the user.

In 2018, the cannabis industry saw an explosion of popularity for various types of pods. Pods are an innovative step up from the classic cartridge, providing users with a higher-quality experience and an elevated piece of hardware in the form of the Pax devices. These Pax devices provide users with smart technology that local producers and processors are utilizing to improve the cannabis vaping experience. If you’re a fan of vaping, we highly recommend asking our budtenders for info on the pods from Heylo and Dabstract.


Cannabis-infused foods have been around for decades. Brownies, cookies, and other types of candies have been popular choices for people who don’t like smoking or who prefer the slower onset that edibles provide. Our selection of mints, candies, and pill capsules are a great option if you’re looking to consume cannabis in a way that doesn’t leave any smell or require you to step outside.

If you asked our team what products we really enjoy, everything from Northwest Cannabis Solutions has proven to be quality. Offering a variety of infused cookies, brownies, and candies, Journeyman is legitimately providing cannabis-infused foods for just about everyone.

Since 2011, Local Roots has been a licensed cannabis retailer that offers award-winning products throughout Washington State. Family owned and operated, our dispensaries provide a comfortable environment specifically crafted for providing guests with the highest quality of cannabis experiences.

With ample parking and friendly staff, you will be in and out in no time

Legal Purchasing Limits for Cannabis Products

Adults 21 and over can purchase up to one ounce of usable cannabis flower, 16 ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, 72 ounces of cannabis drinkables, and 7 grams of cannabis concentrates.

Three ounces of usable cannabis flower, forty-eight ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, two hundred sixteen ounces of cannabis drinkables, and twenty-one grams of cannabis concentrates, per the Washington State Department of Health.