North Pole is now hiring a trimmer – not for Christmas – for cannabis

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Even with all the fall vibes on the horizon, it won’t be long before some imagine rows upon rows of evergreens standing tall at the North Pole, offering the scent of fresh pine.

For those who would like to arrive early, there is a job opportunity at the North Pole that is available now. However, before you head to the attic in search of those matching reindeer antler headbands and mittens, it might be worth taking note.

Frontier Grow Lab, located at the North Pole, is currently hiring someone to help them prune, not for Christmas, but for cannabis.

According to the job description, the full-time position pays $16 an hour and the harvesting portion of the position involves helping the crew cut and weigh plants, remove excess fan leaves, and prepare plants. for drying and drying.

Once properly dried, the plants should be “trimmed”, which includes removing the buds from the stems and storing them properly. Once curing is complete, you will assist in hand pruning the bud as well as sorting and processing the material.

The job also includes making pre-rolls in-house, which involves assisting the team with all stages of this process, including operating the pre-rolls machine, weighing, twisting and packaging of pre-rolls.

The age requirement is 21 or older, and applicants must be able to acquire a marijuana licensee as soon as possible. One of the reasons the company says people should apply is to learn the ins and outs of processing cannabis.

According to the job posting, Frontier Grow Labs has worked in the legal industry since 2016. The company also states, “We are a team that values ​​camaraderie, hard work, self-motivation, and great communication. Frontier Grow Labs prioritizes quality products and proper handling processes above all else.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), marijuana — which can also be called cannabis, weed, pot, or drugs — refers to the dried flowers, leaves, stems, and seeds of the cannabis plant. The cannabis plant contains over 100 compounds. These compounds include tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which alters or alters the mind, as well as other active compounds, such as cannabidiol (CBD). CBD is harmless, which means it doesn’t cause a “high” according to the CDC.

The CDC claims that marijuana can speed up heart rate and raise blood pressure immediately after use. It could also lead to an increased risk of stroke, heart disease, and other vascular diseases.

According to Harvard Health Publishing, the most common use of medical marijuana in the United States is for pain control. While some suggest marijuana isn’t strong enough for severe pain (eg, post-surgery pain or a broken bone), some say it’s effective enough for the chronic pain that afflicts millions. Americans, especially as they get older.

According to the Georgia Department of Public Health, Georgia’s medical marijuana law allows certain qualified individuals to legally possess up to 20 fluid ounces of “low-THC oil.” It authorizes the Georgian Ministry of Public Health to issue a “Low THC Oil Registration Card” to qualified individuals, which will prove they are eligible to have the oil and protect them from arrest.

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