Cannabis buds can be broken up either by hand, with scissors, or with a grinder and inhaled through a joint, pipe, bong or vaporizer. Can also be infused to make other cannabis products (tinctures, creams, edibles).
A look at how we classify our cannabis to help you choose a varietal that suits your needs and sparks your intent.
A unique strain of cannabis
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We carry cannabis in the form of loose flower, oils, capsules, sprays, pre-rolled joints, vapes, and edibles.
1 - 2 - 3
Strength is determined by a number of inputs and data points, including plant species, THC%, CBD%, and dominant terpenes. We recommend you start with level 1, and then work your way up to levels 2 and 3.
Mind, Body, Mind & Body, None
Where you might feel the psychoactive effects of a varietal.
THC / CBD
Presence of these cannabinoids is offered as % for easy comparison between varietals.
THC: Responsible for most of the physical and psychoactive effects of cannabis (the "high").
CBD: A non-psychoactive cannabinoid responsible for less-sensory effects.
Pinene, Lemonene, Myrcene, Linalool, Caryophyllene.
These organic compounds provide cannabis varietals with a diverse profile of smell and taste.