Higher Ground Magazine - Cannabis Product Review 2019 [RETIRED]
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Email address *
User Name
FROM YOUR SUBSCRIBER REGISTRATION: All submissions require a valid Subscriber Email and User Name.
Review Type
Any professional reviewing their own product or that of a competitor or affiliate should disclose this as an "other" review. Definitely useful to you, the reviewer; possibly useful in our analyses.
Producer Number *
UBI (Important) - On the product label. Enter nine zeros if there is not one. (i.e. 000000000). Take a photo and share with us if possible (editor@hg420mag.com).
Captionless Image
Processor Number
Enter processor's identification number, or UBI, if there is one on the label.
Retailer Name
Enter the retailer/dispensary's business name (where you obtained the product).
Retailer City
Enter the retailer/dispensary's city only (where you obtained the product). Example: Bellevue
Branding, Product Name *
Enter text, e.g. Simply Stoned, Quincy Reserve, etc.; Learn about submitting images in the guide.
Pesticides Disclosure *
Write what the producer has disclosed. (Examples: neem, essential oils, Clean Green Certified, etc.) If they've disclosed none, write "None". Some list a website, and others use a QR code to save precious label space.
Total THC (%)
Following the model of Washington State, enter Total THC here. This is the sum of all THCA (the acid form) and any active THC present in the sample. It is often listed on the label as "Total THC".
Total CBD (%)
Following the model of Washington State, enter Total CBD here. This is the sum of all CBDA (the acid form) and any CBD present in the sample. It is often listed on the label as "Total CBD".
Other Cannabinoids Listed
Total Cannabinoids (%)
Not a requirement as of Jan 1, 2020. Some will still include it.
Package Light Protection *
Rate the package for how well it protects the product from light damage.
Clear
Light-Protected
Package Appeal *
Rate the package for inventiveness, attractiveness, art, name, design, materials, everything.
Unappealing
Highly Appealing
Package Compostability *
Rate the package for ease of composting. How much of the package MUST go to the landfill?
Landfill
Compostable
Package Reuse *
Rate the package for ease of recycling or other reuse. OUR PLANET IS IMPORTANT: Please give a rating of 5 only if the package is Reusable, Collectible or Attractive and begging for a spot in your home or collection for life (5). Middle ratings are up to you: Could stickers be made easier to remove before composting? Perhaps they could be attached another way. (4 to 1) Plastic doob tubes, as small pieces, deserve a rating of 1 because they recycle so very poorly. They only get re-used if YOU re-use them. (1); And finally - Non-recyclable, seldom re-used plastics, such as large or small zips, small plastic jars, plastic bags, etc. (0) You be the judge; if you feel this package is destined for the landfill without another use, please give it a zero.
Landfill
Highly Reusable
Product/Strain Specifics (Blue Dream, etc.) *
If no strain is specified, indicate "none". For edibles, identify the specific product by descriptive name. Non-trademarked names are better (e.g. dark chocolate truffle, boysenberry-flavored fruit gels, sour mango mints, orange-berry soda, etc.), but we know sometimes trade names for products like "Galacti-Cola" must be used.
Product Type *
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