A beautiful botanical blessing...
Flower is the smokable fruit (or bud) of the cannabis plant. While some radiate warm orange hues, others display deep purples and vibrant greens—each with a unique flavor and aroma. The rich, robust terpene profiles in each strain determine this taste and smell. Flower can be ground and placed into pipes, a joint, or a dry flower vaporizer (not to be confused with oil vaporizers/pens). Once heated, flower will release its active synergistic compounds, unleashing its effects immediately after inhalation and lasting for about an hour at minimum.
Otherwise, the versatile plant goes on to be extracted for use in dabbing, edibles, tinctures, topicals, and more. From seed to cure, months of passion, dedication, and care go into each and every nug.
Sativa Sun-Grown Flower
Sativa Hybrid Sun-Grown Flower
Indica Hybrid Sun-Grown Flower
Indica Sun-Grown Flower
Sativa Indoor Flower
Sativa Hybrid Indoor Flower
Indica Hybrid Indoor Flower
Indica Indoor Flower
Filled with Fragrant Flower...
Pre-rolls are a familiar and iconic symbol of the cannabis culture and community. Some prefer to call them joints, and they resemble a hand-rolled cigarette. They also have a wide range of functionality depending on the individual. For newcomers, the simplicity of a ready-to-go pre-roll is an easy way to get introduced to cannabis. Others enjoy the fact that pre-rolls do not require any glass, can be shared easily with friends, are convenient for on-the-go moments, and conserve time. Have fun sparking up!
Sativa Hybrid Pre-Roll
Indica Hybrid Pre-Roll
Clouds of Cannabis...
Vaping is the inhaling of cannabis vapor through an electronic device (battery) that attaches to a cannabis oil cartridge and heats the oil just to the point where the active elements are released into vapor. Vaping is a discreet, portable alternative to smoking - providing an immediate experience without the smoke or lingering smell.
The oil can be processed in various ways for different benefits and experiences. Devices, batteries, and cartridges range from refillable to disposable and come in various shapes, sizes, and functionality. Dried cannabis flower can also be vaporized in a similarly designed device for the same aforementioned benefits.
Concentrates are derived from processing the cannabis crop in a way that preserves only the desired portions—including cannabinoids and terpenes. They come in a variety of textures and consistencies that create a diverse range of experiences. To become a concentrate, cannabis (in plant form) must be extracted to refine its most potent elements including THC, CBD, CBG, and terpenes. Depending on the steps taken in making a concentrate, you’ll end up with distillate, isolate, shatter, crumble, badder/budder, wax, crystalline, kief (dry sift), rosin, hash, or a variety of other names for each consistency. Whereas some are of these concentrates are ready to dab from the get-go, others become the oil inside of cartridges, or the infusion in edibles, tinctures, and topicals. However, one thing remains the same—they are intense with a rapid onset and may be too harsh for beginners.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid Concentrate
Indica Dominant Hybrid Concentrate
Dank and delightfully delectable...
Edibles are a smoke-free and delicious cannabis-infused alternative. These culinary treats typically come with delayed onset effects that are long-lasting and amplified—so wait at least an hour before you convince yourself that they didn’t work. Some factors that play into this include: individual metabolic rate, body weight, THC concentration in the edible, and how much is ingested. Most food and beverages are able to be infused, allowing for a broad range of choices. This category of cannabis product is simple to ingest—a great route for beginners when taken in proper moderation and gauged with time as specified on individual packaging. Many live by the statement “start low and go slow”. If you want to ride a gentler wave, eat something else before you have the cannabis edible. Oh, and don’t forget to stay hydrated!
A perfectly potent potion...
Tinctures are easy to dose with, discrete, and portable. The liquid cannabis blend is ingested orally—or held sublingually to speed things up. Ingredients such as MCT oil, olive oil, hemp oil, alcohol, or vegetable glycerin are typically used as a base in addition to the cannabis extract. These play into bioavailability, working as a catalyst for absorption. Start with a drop or two if you’re new and ride it out until you’re ready for more. Or, stir those drops in your favorite beverage if direct dosing isn’t for you. t something else before you have the cannabis edible. Oh, and don’t forget to stay hydrated!
Seriously soothing and sublime...
Cannabis-infused topicals, go right on your skin and are typically used to ease inflammation and pain. As the lotion, balm, oil, spritz, salve, or cream absorbs into the skin, it’ll bind to cannabinoid receptors for localized relief. Give it some time. The added benefit here is that you can soak up all the good stuff without stimulating psychoactive effects.