When it comes to the lingo in the cannabis industry, sometimes it can leave you lost. Even if you do know what CBD or THC is, trying to remember exactly what each cannabinoid does can leave your head spinning and not in a good way.
It’s that time again! Valentine’s Day is back. If you’re thinking about what to get that cannabis-loving partner of yours a great present, well look no further.
It’s OK to not be an expert on cannabis, we’re here to give some insights on which strains may help you get into the mood, and have you ready for an evening (or daytime 😉 ) filled with romance.
History has been made! 95 years of cannabis prohibition has come to an end. However, there is still a lot of work to be done to sort through the propaganda, misinformation and lack of research available, so we can begin to educate and break down the stigmas attached to cannabis. Cannabis is a beautifully complex
Terpenes are an important part of your cannabis journey. They are the essential oils that give cannabis strains unique flavours, smells and contribute to the effects you feel. When consumed, cannabinoids and terpenes work together to help enhance the overall effects of cannabis – this is referred to as the entourage effect. A quick sidebar
Cannabis is a natural mind and body-altering plant. To get the most enjoyment out of its use, it’s important to understand the different effects of each strain before you consume. The more you know, the better your experience. Let’s start with the basics. Sativa and indica are two naturally occurring species of cannabis, whereas hybirds
A plant that goes by many names, cannabis is only one of the hundreds of names that this wonder plant identifies as. If you’re green to the green, here is a list of some of the most popular nicknames for your stash. · Ganja · Buddha · Dank · Skunk · Chronic · Reefer