BaM Las Vegas
After arriving in the parking lot of cannabis cultivator, BaM, I was greeted by two things: the heat from the raging June sun and the pleasant, unexpected aroma of marijuana. BaM shares its parking lot with a closed bar called the Blind Tiger and a very open Department of Homeland Security office. I couldn’t help but feel like Charlie on that exciting morning he entered everyone’s favorite factory.
Having recently won seven Grower’s Cup awards at the Third Annual Las Vegas Hemp Fest on June 4, BaM, which stands for Body and Mind, is getting noticed. With 20 local dispensaries stocked with their products, chances are you’ve purchased some of their award-winning flower strains or solvent-free rosin concentrates.
Growing since 2015, BaM CEO Robert Hasman assembled a collective group of growers with years of experience, like Master Grower and bud whisperer Jon Annalora from Sin City Seeds, to help establish BaM in Las Vegas. BaM’s dedication to craft cultivation and its mission towards perfecting products for BaM’s patients, make strains like Sin Mint Cookies, Sin Valley OG and Tangerine Power stand out.
Utilizing a compartmentalized design that keeps crops smaller, staff can provide a more personalized level of care, thus assuring every BaM product is truly handcrafted. There is a ton of work that goes into crossbreeding and pheno-hunting to ensure the quality is consistently scientific grade. It’s why all the chunky buds on the OG, Gorilla Glue #4 and Sequoia Strawberry plants that we saw looked so healthy and happy basking in their lemon tinted rays. With an expansion in the works, Hasman expressed his excitement for the future of BaM’s new product lines. “With our kitchen going in we can start making our own edibles and topicals as well,” Master Grower Jon Annalora added, “We’ll also be creating our own strains in house that no one else has right now.”
“With our kitchen going in, we can start making our own edibles and topicals as well. We’ll also be creating our own strains in house that no one else has right now.” -BaM Master Grower Jon Annalora
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