Welcome to Island Herb. We’re a 21+ recreational cannabis retail shop and dispensary located on the south end of beautiful Whidbey Island, Washington in the town of Freeland. We’re firm believers in the natural medicinal and recreational value of cannabis. That’s why we offer only the highest quality cannabis products, and present them to you with expert knowledge and a knowing smile. Whether you’re looking for flowers, pre-rolls, vapes, edibles, tinctures, drinkables or concentrates, we have the goods to give you the experience you’re looking for.
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Favorite strain: No way I can chose just one. Indicas: God’s Gift, Granddaddy Purple, Purple Afghani; Sativas: Dutch Treat, Sour Diesel, ATF.
Good times: Spending time with my family, hiking/camping and going to the beach.
Who knew? I used to be a Certified Pharmacy Technician.
Favorite strain: Dutchberry and Pineapple Express never fail me.
Good times: You can usually find me in the woods or on the waters of Whidbey with my dogs!
Who knew? I’ve raised chickens for most of my life.
Favorite strain: Dutchberry is my favorite strain right now to take kayaking; its giggly, stoney, and uplifting, just my thing!
Good times: Being outside! Living on Whidbey for me is all about hiking and enjoying the great outdoors, with friends and my man.
Who knew? I plan to go to Art School and become a great Ceramic artist working for myself.
Favorite Strain: Green Crack from Clandestine Gardens
Good times: Meeting new people and enjoying the laid back pace of Whidbey Island.
Who knew? I speak Spanish and a little bit of Brazilian Portuguese.
Favorite strain: Anything Dank 😉
Good times: Making friends and exploring Whidbey Island.
Who knew: I’m a family man.
Favorite Strain: Harlequin from Rogue Raven. The higher amount of CBD offers a smooth, relaxing body high.
Good times: Hiking in the Saratoga woods or fishing for salmon off the beach in Mutiny bay. I also enjoy spending time at Bayview Farm and Gardens. It’s very zen there.
Who knew: I volunteer with an organization called M.A.P.S and provide psychedelic harm reduction at conscious music festivals around the country.