3C Farms: Maximizing the Entourage Effect

3C Farms: Maximizing the Entourage Effect

3C Farms has been providing SoCal with its classic homage to great OG Kush and a variety of other strains for essentially 20 years. After navigating the regulatory hurdles of 2018, 3C Farms now finds itself a top-shelf mainstay across the world’s largest cannabis market in Southern California after they expanded into tons of new storefronts. Backed by good genetics and a driven team, President of Sales and Director of Operations Waylon Broussard sat down with us to tell the full tale of 3C’s success. Broussard got his earliest peek at the cannabis industry on a road trip through Northern California’s prime cultivation region in the Emerald Triangle with his dad. During this trip he smoked pot with his dad for the first time. 3C Farms’s Chardonnay. “That was the highest I’ve ever been,” said Broussard. In 2006, Broussard opened Cali’s Finest Compassion Co-op with his cousin. At the same time, Bryan Schwartz founded 3C (Schwartz remains the master cultivator at 3C Farms to this day). In the decade prior to the 3C brand’s official founding with proper paperwork in 2014, the operation was essentially a medical effort. From the beginning, solid genetics served as the core of 3C’s success — helped out by the fact that Schwartz’s cousin is Josh D of OG Kush fame. “When Josh came back in 1996 from Florida, he brought the original OG strain over here, which is our Club 33 OG,” Broussard said. “He gave that to [Schwartz] back in 1996 and he’s…

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