If an authorized care provider advertises the care he provides, you cannot legally buy it. If someone doesn't collect a tax on the weed he sells, he breaks at least one law. If a member in good standing of the King County Bar Association provides legal services to a business growing weed, she risks censure.
The reality for buying weed in Seattle is also simple to understand: Convince someone to sell you some. Pay them.
Welcome to the wonderful world of legal weed!
Seattle grows and sells the best weed in the world. (Our football team is better than yours, too. Don't be mad, bro. We don't need to argue over facts.) We make weed so good it doesn't even get you high; It does, however, provide desperate relief for those with no other options.
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Please don't ask the safe access point providers to sell you weed if you aren't a patient without your documents. The weed green "Weed for Sale" signs aren't for tourists. (Also: do not ask why the safe access point counter-guy seems surprised you'd ask to buy weed.)
Want to meet someone who might sell you weed? I'm not technically supposed to advise anyone on how to break the law, but I'm happy to take emails. Or you could visit the park.