FAQ

What is flower?

Whole flower refers to the complete floret (or “bud”) of the cannabis plant. On the surface of the flower are sticky, crystalline-looking “trichomes” which are the epicenter of the plant’s richness. They contain cannabinoids, where THC is found, and terpenes, which are responsible for the flower’s taste and smell. After the florets have been dried, cured, and ground, they are ready to be smoked.

What are the benefits?

Consuming whole flower cannabis is the most direct way to taste the terpene profile of the plant.  Terpenes are fragrant oils found in fruits, herbs and plants, and the main ingredients that give essential oils like lavender, lemon, and mint, their unique aromas, flavors, and medicinal benefits.

How do I consume it?

The most popular way to consume our whole flower products is to simply smoke it. To do this, the floret must be broken apart in a portable grinder and the small crumbles are rolled into a rolling paper or placed into the bowl of a pipe, water bong, or vaporizer.

How much should I take?

If you are new to cannabis, the key is to start very slowly and follow our “1 wait 10” rule. Start with a 1 second inhale from a joint or pipe then exhale.  Wait 10 minutes, to feel the full effect. If you want a more intense experience, continue with 1 wait 10 increments until you have reached your desired effect.

Time to effect and how long will it last?

Using our “1 wait 10” process, you should begin to feel the effect within 5 to 10 minutes of your first inhale, hitting your peak in about 25 minutes. The effect varies with each person but it should generally last between 3-4 hours and will gradually taper off at the end. 

What about storage and safety?

Because it is organic plant matter, flower can quickly dry out if exposed to air and light, losing its terpene and cannabinoid strengths. Flower should always be stored in an airtight container, in a cool, dark, dry place. Keep away from pregnant women, children, and pets. Never operate vehicles or machinery while under the influence.

What is flower?

Whole flower refers to the complete floret (or “bud”) of the cannabis plant. On the surface of the flower are sticky, crystalline-looking “trichomes” which are the epicenter of the plant’s richness. They contain cannabinoids, where THC is found, and terpenes, which are responsible for the flower’s taste and smell. After the florets have been dried, cured, and ground, they are ready to be smoked.

What are the benefits?

Consuming whole flower cannabis is the most direct way to taste the terpene profile of the plant.  Terpenes are fragrant oils found in fruits, herbs and plants, and the main ingredients that give essential oils like lavender, lemon, and mint, their unique aromas, flavors, and medicinal benefits.

How do I consume it?

The most popular way to consume our whole flower products is to simply smoke it. To do this, the floret must be broken apart in a portable grinder and the small crumbles are rolled into a rolling paper or placed into the bowl of a pipe, water bong, or vaporizer.

How much should I take?

If you are new to cannabis, the key is to start very slowly and follow our “1 wait 10” rule. Start with a 1 second inhale from a joint or pipe then exhale.  Wait 10 minutes, to feel the full effect. If you want a more intense experience, continue with 1 wait 10 increments until you have reached your desired effect.

Time to effect and how long will it last?

Using our “1 wait 10” process, you should begin to feel the effect within 5 to 10 minutes of your first inhale, hitting your peak in about 25 minutes. The effect varies with each person but it should generally last between 3-4 hours and will gradually taper off at the end. 

What about storage and safety?

Because it is organic plant matter, flower can quickly dry out if exposed to air and light, losing its terpene and cannabinoid strengths. Flower should always be stored in an airtight container, in a cool, dark, dry place. Keep away from pregnant women, children, and pets. Never operate vehicles or machinery while under the influence.

What are prerolls?

Classically known as a “joint,” a pre roll is cannabis flower that has already been ground up and rolled into a cone-shaped joint making it the most readily available way to smoke.

What are the benefits?

One of the main benefits of a pre roll is that it saves time. Since it’s already rolled in a clean burning paper cone, it’s convenient and ready when you are. No need to carry around loose flower, a grinder, or rolling papers. Plus you still get the great direct-taste of the terpene profile you get with flower.

How do I consume it?

A preroll does not require any other equipment other than a match or a lighter.

How much should I take?

If you are new to cannabis, the key is to start very slowly and follow our “1 wait 10” rule. Start with a 1 second inhale from a joint or pipe then exhale. Wait 10 minutes, to feel the full effect. If you want a more intense experience, continue with 1 wait 10 increments until you have reached your desired effect.

Time to effect and how long will it last?

Using our “1 wait 10” process, you should begin to feel the effect within 5 to 10 minutes of your first inhale, hitting your peak in about 25 minutes. The effect varies with each person but it should generally last between 3-4 hours and will gradually taper off at the end.

What about storage and safety?

Prerolls can quickly dry out if exposed to air and light, losing its terpene and cannabinoid strengths. They should always be stored in an airtight container, in a cool, dark, dry place. Keep away from pregnant women, children, and pets. Never operate vehicles or machinery while under the influence.

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What are prerolls?

Classically known as a “joint,” a pre roll is cannabis flower that has already been ground up and rolled into a cone-shaped joint making it the most readily available way to smoke.

What are the benefits?

One of the main benefits of a pre roll is that it saves time. Since it’s already rolled in a clean burning paper cone, it’s convenient and ready when you are. No need to carry around loose flower, a grinder, or rolling papers. Plus you still get the great direct-taste of the terpene profile you get with flower.

How do I consume it?

A preroll does not require any other equipment other than a match or a lighter.

How much should I take?

If you are new to cannabis, the key is to start very slowly and follow our “1 wait 10” rule. Start with a 1 second inhale from a joint or pipe then exhale. Wait 10 minutes, to feel the full effect. If you want a more intense experience, continue with 1 wait 10 increments until you have reached your desired effect.

Time to effect and how long will it last?

Using our “1 wait 10” process, you should begin to feel the effect within 5 to 10 minutes of your first inhale, hitting your peak in about 25 minutes. The effect varies with each person but it should generally last between 3-4 hours and will gradually taper off at the end.

What about storage and safety?

Prerolls can quickly dry out if exposed to air and light, losing its terpene and cannabinoid strengths. They should always be stored in an airtight container, in a cool, dark, dry place. Keep away from pregnant women, children, and pets. Never operate vehicles or machinery while under the influence.

What are concentrates?

Concentrates consist of a condensed mass of THC in the form of a wax, sauce, or caviar-like substance. The most valuable part of the plant, the trichomes, are extracted resulting in a golden hue and strong potency. Due to its compressed form, the THC levels are very high.

What are the benefits?

Cannabis concentrates offer the purest, most potent expression of the plant: therapeutic cannabinoids and terpenes. For those who prefer a strong and smooth smokeless experience, concentrates are a great alternative.  

How do I consume it?

Concentrates are mainly consumed with the use of a counter-top vaporizer which super heats the concentrate, atomizing it for a very smooth inhale. You may also add a small amount onto your existing pre roll or pipe to increase its potency. 

How much should I take?

Because it is concentrated THC, a little goes a long way. A single gram can contain many doses. Start with a minimal amount, follow our “1 wait 10” guide, assess how you feel, and adjust accordingly. If you want a more intense experience, continue with 1 wait 10 increments until you have reached your desired effect.

Time to effect and how long will it last?

Using our “1 wait 10” process, you should begin to feel the effect within 5 to 10 minutes of your first inhale. The effect varies with each person but it should generally last between 3-4 hours and will gradually taper off at the end. Remember, concentrates produce a more intense effect compared with other methods. Take it slow to avoid an overwhelming experience.

What about storage and safety?

Concentrates generally come in sealed glass jars. When not in use, keep the lid on tight and store in a cool, dry place. Due to their ultra-refining process, concentrates have a long shelf life and potency. Keep away from pregnant women, children, and pets. Never operate vehicles or machinery while under the influence.

What are concentrates?

Concentrates consist of a condensed mass of THC in the form of a wax, sauce, or caviar-like substance. The most valuable part of the plant, the trichomes, are extracted resulting in a golden hue and strong potency. Due to its compressed form, the THC levels are very high.

What are the benefits?

Cannabis concentrates offer the purest, most potent expression of the plant: therapeutic cannabinoids and terpenes. For those who prefer a strong and smooth smokeless experience, concentrates are a great alternative.  

How do I consume it?

Concentrates are mainly consumed with the use of a counter-top vaporizer which super heats the concentrate, atomizing it for a very smooth inhale. You may also add a small amount onto your existing pre roll or pipe to increase its potency. 

How much should I take?

Because it is concentrated THC, a little goes a long way. A single gram can contain many doses. Start with a minimal amount, follow our “1 wait 10” guide, assess how you feel, and adjust accordingly. If you want a more intense experience, continue with 1 wait 10 increments until you have reached your desired effect.

Time to effect and how long will it last?

Using our “1 wait 10” process, you should begin to feel the effect within 5 to 10 minutes of your first inhale. The effect varies with each person but it should generally last between 3-4 hours and will gradually taper off at the end. Remember, concentrates produce a more intense effect compared with other methods. Take it slow to avoid an overwhelming experience.

What about storage and safety?

Concentrates generally come in sealed glass jars. When not in use, keep the lid on tight and store in a cool, dry place. Due to their ultra-refining process, concentrates have a long shelf life and potency. Keep away from pregnant women, children, and pets. Never operate vehicles or machinery while under the influence.

What is vaping?

Concentrated cannabis oil, contained in a glass cartridge, is superheated and atomized in a pen-sized, battery powered portable pipe.

What are the benefits?

Vapes offer great portability and very smooth, smokeless inhalation. Harsh tar and carcinogens caused by flower combustion are left behind and because it is smokeless, consumption can be more discreet. The odor is minimal and dissipates quickly. Toss it in your pocket or bag and you’re ready to go.

How do I consume it?

Concentrated cannabis oil comes in small glass cartridges that must be inserted into a reusable battery-powered vaping pen or they come together in a disposable one-time use pen. Make sure the oil is butane, mercury, additive, and preservative free.

How much should I take?

If you are new to cannabis, the key is to start very slowly and follow our “1 wait 10” rule. Start with a 1 second inhale from a vape pen then exhale. Wait 10 minutes to feel the full effect. If you want a more intense experience, continue with 1 wait 10 increments until you have reached your desired effect.

Time to effect and how long will it last?

Using our “1 wait 10” process, you should begin to feel the effect within 5 to 10 minutes of your first inhale. The effect varies with each person but it should generally last between 3-4 hours and will gradually taper off at the end.

What about storage and safety?

Since the oil comes in a sealed cartridge, it has a long shelf life. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep away from pregnant women, children, and pets. Never operate vehicles or machinery while under the influence.

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What is vaping?

Concentrated cannabis oil, contained in a glass cartridge, is superheated and atomized in a pen-sized, battery powered portable pipe.

What are the benefits?

Vapes offer great portability and very smooth, smokeless inhalation. Harsh tar and carcinogens caused by flower combustion are left behind and because it is smokeless, consumption can be more discreet. The odor is minimal and dissipates quickly. Toss it in your pocket or bag and you’re ready to go.

How do I consume it?

Concentrated cannabis oil comes in small glass cartridges that must be inserted into a reusable battery-powered vaping pen or they come together in a disposable one-time use pen. Make sure the oil is butane, mercury, additive, and preservative free.

How much should I take?

If you are new to cannabis, the key is to start very slowly and follow our “1 wait 10” rule. Start with a 1 second inhale from a vape pen then exhale. Wait 10 minutes to feel the full effect. If you want a more intense experience, continue with 1 wait 10 increments until you have reached your desired effect.

Time to effect and how long will it last?

Using our “1 wait 10” process, you should begin to feel the effect within 5 to 10 minutes of your first inhale. The effect varies with each person but it should generally last between 3-4 hours and will gradually taper off at the end.

What about storage and safety?

Since the oil comes in a sealed cartridge, it has a long shelf life. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep away from pregnant women, children, and pets. Never operate vehicles or machinery while under the influence.

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What are edibles?

Edibles are pre-dosed cannabis-infused food products. They come in a wide variety of  confections, chocolates, and drinks. 

What are the benefits?

As an alternative to inhaling, edibles are easily ingested and taste great. They produce a more sustained effect than other methods of consumption and offer a high-potency THC experience that generally can be precisely dosed so you know exactly how much you are ingesting.

How do I consume it?

Consume it by chewing or drinking the product.

How much should I take?

If you are new to cannabis, the key is to start slowly with a small dose.  Most edibles can be easily broken into smaller, equal doses to control the amount of consumption. 2.5mg is recommended as a beginner dose.

Time to effect and how long will it last?

Every person’s level of tolerance is different, due to liver metabolism, height, weight ,and other factors. Feeling the effect can be delayed 90 minutes to 3 hours before you’ll feel it.  It’s important to have patience and not consume more simply because you “don’t feel anything.”  Effects vary with each person but it should generally last between 6-8 hours and will gradually taper off at the end. Be mindful of your tolerance and increase your dose in small increments to avoid an overwhelming experience.

What about storage and safety?

Seal tightly and store in a cool, dry place. Cannabis edibles can look like regular confections and drinks and therefore can lend themselves to accidental dosing and overdosing. Always store with clearly marked THC labels or with its original packaging. Extra care must be taken to keep away from pregnant women, children, pets, and unsuspecting adults. Never operate vehicles or machinery while under the influence.

What are edibles?

Edibles are pre-dosed cannabis-infused food products. They come in a wide variety of  confections, chocolates, and drinks. 

What are the benefits?

As an alternative to inhaling, edibles are easily ingested and taste great. They produce a more sustained effect than other methods of consumption and offer a high-potency THC experience that generally can be precisely dosed so you know exactly how much you are ingesting.

How do I consume it?

Consume it by chewing or drinking the product.

How much should I take?

If you are new to cannabis, the key is to start slowly with a small dose.  Most edibles can be easily broken into smaller, equal doses to control the amount of consumption. 2.5mg is recommended as a beginner dose.

Time to effect and how long will it last?

Every person’s level of tolerance is different, due to liver metabolism, height, weight ,and other factors. Feeling the effect can be delayed 90 minutes to 3 hours before you’ll feel it.  It’s important to have patience and not consume more simply because you “don’t feel anything.”  Effects vary with each person but it should generally last between 6-8 hours and will gradually taper off at the end. Be mindful of your tolerance and increase your dose in small increments to avoid an overwhelming experience.

What about storage and safety?

Seal tightly and store in a cool, dry place. Cannabis edibles can look like regular confections and drinks and therefore can lend themselves to accidental dosing and overdosing. Always store with clearly marked THC labels or with its original packaging. Extra care must be taken to keep away from pregnant women, children, pets, and unsuspecting adults. Never operate vehicles or machinery while under the influence.