Known as Seattle’s premier recreational marijuana shop, Ganja Goddess is set up like a fine jewelry store, displaying your favorite marijuana products like they are prized possessions. In fact, the shop is “taking cannabis to a new high,” according to the shop’s own slogan. The high-end cannabis store offers a wide selection of buds, edibles and other pot products to help fulfill your cravings and needs. According to the shop, “Ganja Goddess is Seattle's premier retail marijuana store, open to everyone 21 and over. We offer the more strains, edibles, and concentrates than any shop in Washington.”
Ganja Goddess offers a free shuttle service to customers who are in downtown Seattle or nearby hotels. It runs 11 AM to 7:30 PM Monday through Saturday and 11 AM to 6:30 PM on Sundays with some limitations. For current scheduled pickup locations, call the shop. The store has an email list where customers may sign up to receive information about special updates and sales.
Looking for a certain strain in particular? Use the Ganja Goddess online menu to check and see if they have what you desire. Be sure to call before making a special trip if you are after a specific product to see if it is in stock or not. Some of the available flowers at Ganja Goddess include Mob Boss Tang Tang, Lemon Berry Diesel, Candyland, Acapulco Gold and Bay Dream. Products start at $10 per gram.
Some concentrates that you’ll find at Ganja Goddess include Brandywine RSO cartridge, Aloha CBD, Carl Sagan Kief and Kush Mix shatter. From wax to resin to honey oil, they have just about any type of product for you to try out.
In terms of edibles, Ganja Goddess offers craft elixirs, simple syrups, sparkling beverages and even chocolate syrup. Consumers can try out spray tinctures, capsules, K-cups and of course a wide range of sweet treats. Some customer favorites include snickerdoodle cookies, peanut butter cups, caramel turtles, truffles and chocolate mints.
If pre-rolls are what you’re after, some options available may include Skunk Haze, Granddaddy Purple, Cactus, Couch Surfer and Crunch Berry. Other available products include topical salves, body butters, massage oils and muscle melts. Accessories, such as cones, rolling papers, hemp wicks and many other products, are also sold in the store.
Ganja Goddess Recreational
3207 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134
It’s no surprise that the shop has some impressive testimonials. Charles Smith, of New York Times Style Magazine, says, “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.” Even the Better Cannabis Bureau has high praise for the store, saying, “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."