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About this Organization

Based in Seattle, Kush Creams is among Washington State’s original infused topical companies. Their product line includes shampoo, conditioner, lotions, creams, and tinctures. The company has won a number of industry-specific awards dating back to 2008.

According to the team at Kush Creams, the secret to their infused topical products is emu oil. They use it as a base, because it is able to permeate the skin down to the epidermal layer.

Awards Won (1) Are we missing any?

2013 US Cannabis Cup (Seattle) Best Non-Edible Medically Infused Product (Kush Cream Kit)

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