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Nana’s Secret Medibles is a Seattle-based company that makes infused products. All of their products are lab-tested by Analytical 360 to determine the potency and for quality assurance purposes.

The entire Nana’s Secret Medibles product line, which ranges from sodas to brownies to tea, are available for delivery in the Seattle/Lynwood area and can be found at various collectives in the Seattle area.

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