Marketing Tips for Cannabis Dispensaries 

The medical marijuana industry in the United States is currently exploding with all of the stuff happening in our country today. The growth of the cannabis industry is predicted to keep climbing as more and more people become accustomed to the use of marijuana in their own life. Plus, government bodies in different states are finally starting to accept the use of marijuana as more normal in our country. The industry of cannabis has shown to be extremely resilient. During the Covid-19 pandemic, almost every sector of the market had to face problems with supply and demand. However, the medical marijuana industry has shown to be pandemic-proof and is also extremely resilient in the face of a recession like we have recently experienced. What does all of this mean? Well, it pretty much tells us that medical marijuana is not going away anytime soon. In fact, experts are predicting that it will continue to grow and we will see even higher sales numbers for marijuana in the near future. If you live in a state that has legalized cannabis on a recreational level, then you are probably well aware of how many dispensaries there are.

They literally pop up everywhere. I drive from Indiana up into Michigan from time to time, and there are at least 20 or 30 billboards that I pass on my way up to Michigan that are advertising the launch of a new dispensary or a new product. The industry continues to grow and also is becoming much more saturated. If you are someone that has gotten involved in the cannabis industry by way of owning or operating your own dispensary, then you probably have noticed the cut throat competition that can exist in some areas with more than one supplier of weed. What can you do to make yourself stand out in this market? Luckily for you, I have studied marketing in college for the past 3 years and I also write about weed a whole lot. If anyone can help you in this area, it’s me. Today, we are going to be talking about some marketing tips, tricks, and strategies that can help you stand out from the crowd in the cannabis industry.

The first thing that you need to do is differentiate whether your business supplies recreational cannabis or medical cannabis. Not all states have legalized medical marijuana, and even less of them have legalized recreational cannabis. However, there are states that have both. In the event that you own a business in a state that has legalized recreational cannabis usage, you need to distinguish what type of customer you can sell to and this will help determine your marketing strategies. If you are selling to recreational users, then your marketing strategies will be much more centered around pop-culture and cannabis lifestyles.

If you are a medical dispensary, then your marketing will be more geared towards the clinical and medical aspects of marijuana. Either way, this is the first step that you need to take in order to make yourself stand out. You want to attract the people that are going to be buying from you. This is the foundation of all good marketing in the cannabis business. The next thing you are going to want to do is diversify your content to appeal to the age groups of your patients. If you are running a recreational weed dispensary, you are most likely going to be selling to people between the ages of 21 and 40. If you are selling to medical patients, you will want to focus on visuals and content marketing that is centered around older people and people with health conditions. If you sell weed to both these groups, then you really have your work cut out for you.

Marijuana Concentrates and Potency Levels – Let’s Talk

Thankfully, more and more states in the United States are beginning to come around to the idea of legalizing medical marijuana and, in some cases, mairjuana for recreational use. This means that we now have more access to cannabis than ever before, and in quite the variety of product lines. Today we are going to be talking about the battle to protect the potency of concentrated marijuana products. What are marijuana concentrates? Well, usually they come in the form of waxes or resins, and they are cannabis products with very levels of THC. This type of product, while it may sound like a great way to get super high extremely fast, is best to be used by medical patients who are struggling with some severe and debilitating medical conditions that cause them to need very high doses of cannabis in a quicker way than just using regular marijuana. However, getting concentrated onto the list of other legal marijuana products has been a struggle to say the least. Many states that have legalized medical marijuana are very wary about how much THC they are willing to allow in the state. While some states don’t allow cannabis in any form to contain THC (so basically you can only use CBD), others have put various potency caps on cannabis products, including concentrates. The problem with this is that marijuana concentrates are a necessity for some patients who deal with a great amount of chronic pain or have trouble functioning throughout the day.

Nobody is really taking a dab of marijuana concentrates just for fun – rather, many medical marijuana patients simply need it to be able to function without severe pain. That is why many organizations in the medical cannabis industry are fighting against state policies and laws that put potency caps on the level of THC in the state’s medical program. Personally, I can understand where lawmakers are coming from. Legalizing medical marijuana in some states is a big deal already, especially with the stigma that the older generation associates with any sort of cannabis. Putting a potency cap on products is a way to try to make using marijuana safer and control how much THC people are consuming. However, I think it is more imperative to put higher potency products on the market, but make them only available to patients that are in serious need of pain relief or something like that. Since all medical patients have to go through a doctor or medical professional anyways, this would not be that hard of a strategy to implement.

Some examples of state laws include laws in Washington and Arizona. A couple years ago, lawmakers in Washington state moved a bill that would cap concentrates at medical dispensaries and adult-use dispensaries at 10% THC. This potency cap is extremely low, especially when compared to some of the higher concentrations on the market like Bubba’s Deadhead Girl,  which measures at 79% THC concentrate. Dandy’s True OG also measures very high on the potency levels, coming in at an average of 82% THC. These types of concentrates would be completely off limits for medical users and adult-users of marijuana alike. Arizona also proposed to put the potency cap of marijuana at a maximum of 2%, which is also incredibly low.

The average potency of most of the cannabis products range anywhere from 12% to 25%, so that would eliminate most of the concentrated marijuana products that patients are familiar with. Honestly, I really don’t think limiting the THC cap is such a bad thing, but it should be a really high level in my opinion. We don’t want people to hurt themselves by taking too much of a concentrate with 100% THC, but we also want to give medical marijuana patients the fast and effective relief that they need.

Let’s Talk About Cannabis and Sleep

There are plenty of ways that people use cannabis to better themselves and their health. In fact, most of my time writing these articles is just to tell you about all the different things that you can do with cannabis. Today, we are going to be talking about using marijuana for sleep. Now, anyone who is familiar with cannabis likely knows where this is going. As of right now, there are a lot of myths about cannabis that are going right now. You’ve seen the media headlines talking about cannabis safety, myths, dangers, and all of that stuff.

However, there are certain things about marijuana that are just undoubtedly true and have been proven by scientific research and clinical studies. One such truth involves sleep while using cannabis. In fact, cannabis has been used by people across the United States for years in order to fall asleep at least 30 minutes faster on average, and also wake up in the morning feeling more rested. Now that marijuana is becoming more legal throughout the United States, both in the recreational and medicinal industry, it is safe to say that more people are getting curious about how to use cannabis for sleep. Today’s article is meant to set the record straight when it comes to how people use medical marijuana to fall asleep at night. We are going to bust some of the myths that have been going around too. After all, I would hate for any of you lovely people to be walking with false information about cannabis.

So what is the first myth about cannabis and sleep? Well, some people have come up with the idea that THC is the only part of weed that can help with sleep. If you did not already know, THC is the component of marijuana that allows one to feel intoxicated and high. Actually, this is not the truth when it comes to sleep. While THC does play a big part in helping people to relax and fall asleep, we also need to keep in mind the role that CBD plays as well. Cannibidiol is a compound found in marijuana that can aid in regulating sleep cycles and help the brain to release cortisol (which is a natural sedative in our brains). CBD is well known to be good at helping reduce inflammation of different bodily diseases, but it can also lessen anxiety, reduce pain, and overall help people naturally sleep better at night. So when you are at the dispensary the next time around and are wanting to pick up something to help you sleep, don’t just look at the THC content! In fact, pick a strain that is high in CBD as well to find the best results when it comes to sleeping with marijuana.

Another myth that is out there about using cannabis for sleep is that there are no risks or side effects. People seem to assume that, since marijuana is a natural plant, there can be no harm in using it to help you sleep. In reality, this is not necessarily true. While cannabis is generally much more risk free than other prescriptions used to treat insomnia, there are definitely some drawbacks that one should consider when using marijuana as a sleep aid in the long term. One such drawback is that it can contribute to some sleepy hangovers in the morning if you use higher doses. You may wake up feeling particularly groggy or half asleep. While this happens with all other types of sleep aids, it is something to keep in mind.

Looking for a Career in Cannabis?

It is no secret that the marijuana industry is absolutely exploding right now, and it looks like it will continue to grow in the coming decades. Why is that? Because more and more states across America are finally starting to see the effectiveness of using marijuana as a form of medical treatment, and millions of Americans are using cannabis to relieve their symptoms of chronic diseases, pain, and various medical conditions that cannot be treated in the same way by other drugs or medications. Many business owners and entrepreneurs are trying to get involved in this industry while they still can and make money as it continues to grow. Are you looking for a career in cannabis? I don’t blame you! This industry is growing fast and more jobs are needed everyday.

If you are working in the cannabis industry, you can at least be sure of job security (that is if governments do not get in the way of legalizing marijuana). Personally, I believe that marijuana will be legalized on a federal level in the coming years, and that will bring the industry to an all time high as far as revenue goes. If you live in a state that has legalized cannabis, then you can definitely find a job in the industry if you know where to get started. Not only are there some lower end jobs in this market, but you can also find extremely well paying and well respected jobs in the cannabis industry. Plus, marijuana is in such high demand right now and will continue to be in the coming decades. Many dispensaries are having trouble simply keeping up with demand and keeping their products on the shelves. With that being said, we have some resources and opportunities below that might be able to help you get started on your cannabis career journey.

The first position that you can consider in the medical marijuana industry is working at a dispensary. This one is obvious and is in huge demand right now. As more states legalize medical and recreational marijuana across the country, dispensaries are seemingly popping up out of nowhere. You should be able to find an open position for a budtender at a dispensary near you if you look hard enough. The main thing to keep in mind about being a budtender is that you have to have great customer service skills. Not only that, but you need to be well informed about medical marijuana products and how they can help various conditions for medical patients that inquire. Many customers ask for advice on which strain to get regarding their specific symptoms. Granted, you are not a doctor, so you do not need to know everything about their illness. However, you should be able to provide customers with knowledge about basic marijuana products and strains that could be helpful for them. As we know from our prior run in with a pandemic, dispensaries are pretty much recession-proof. In fact, more medical marijuana was sold in the United States in 2020 than ever before, and it was even labeled as an essential service in some states. Talk about job security! WIth that being said, being a budtender is a pretty solid gig and can pay anywhere from $30k to $80k a year depending on your location and type of dispensary you work at.

There are also plenty of jobs available in the cannabis industry for people who want to become master growers who supply chain managers. The marijuana industry is becoming bigger and bigger, and soon many companies will be looking for well educated professionals to run business operations and STEM personnel to assist in growing and maintaining the cannabis plants.

Marijuana Progress in Texas

The cannabis community and other pro cannabis organizations have all been very excited by the recent progress that has been made in the medical marijuana industry. Due to more medical marijuana reform and a better perspective on the medicinal herb, medical cannabis is more accessible in the United States than it has ever been before. At the current moment, there are over 35 states in America that have legalized medical marijuana, and 14 of those have actually legalized cannabis for all adults over the age of 21. This means that American citizens in those states can use marijuana anytime they want, even without a medical card, as long as they are over the age of 21. Folks who are living in these states have a great natural alternative to other medications and treatments for their medical conditions. In fact, many patients who suffer from chronic diseases, health disorders, or severe pain have found relief and other health benefits by using medical marijuana. However, not every state in the United States is as accepting of the idea of medical marijuana. One such state is Texas.

Texas is well known to be a conservative state and generally not kind to any sort of substance. Marijuana is no exception to this, but Texas remains very resistant to reform and change regarding marijuana policies in the state. While it is true that Texas has a medical marijuana program, the program is completely underfunded and very restrictive. The qualifying conditions that a patient would need to successfully obtain a medical marijuana card need to be extremely severe, and are usually end of life scenarios. The restrictive laws of medical cannabis in Texas have left the industry severely behind others in the country, and it currently has one of the most limiting programs in the entire United States.

So what would it look like if Texas could make changes to their laws regarding medical marijuana? Well, most say that it would look like other successful states like Michigan or Colorado, that have fully legalised cannabis for all adults over the age of 21. One such benefit of getting rid of cannabis prohibition in Texas would be increased tax revenue. We know that states that have legalized cannabis in other forms are experiencing huge tax revenues from the medical marijuana industry and are able to put the money into great things like education, infrastructure, healthcare, and other public services. Also, better medical marijuana programs in the state of Texas would alleviate a lot of the healthcare costs associated with patients struggling from diseases and other conditions.

Especially considering all the state of Texas went through last year with the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s no secret that the state is struggling with their budget. However, Speaker Dennis Bonnen was quoted saying that, since the budget in Texas is so large and complex, marijuana alone would not be a simple solution to the current budget problems. These comments have made others who agree with Bonnen more likely to support prohibition of marijuana. Personally, I think that marijuana being legalized in Texas would help do a lot of good for the citizens of Texas. There’s no doubt that many medical patients would take advantage of reform to the state’s medical programs, and we have already seen such a great increase in the medical marijuana industry in other states that I cannot imagine things not going well in Texas. I know this article may be a bit boring, but I am having kind of an off day and need to lay down for a bit. Have a great Thanksgiving and make sure to smoke a bowl with your family!

Let’s Talk About 420

Yes, 420. It is basically the independence day of all cannabis users across the United States. It’s the day that people can come together and share in something that brings them great joy and happiness each and every day. Some marijuana users value 420 as a more important day than Christmas. It’s understood why someone might miss work, school, or other responsibilities and obligations on 420.

After all, this is the national holiday for cannabis! 420 is the time to sit back on the couch with a good TV show on while smoking a bowl with the buddies. The history behind 420 is quite interesting, and there are a surprising amount of potheads who have no idea how the weed-focused holiday even began. How did 420 become that day that all marijuana users know and love? Who on earth started this glorious day? Well, we wanted to go ahead and write this article about some interesting facts regarding 420. We know that April 20th is still many months away at this point, but we hope that you still find this interesting while you wait in eager anticipation for the 20th of April to come around again.

So how did this holiday start? The weed community may possibly be up in arms about various interpretations about how 420 began, but we have credible sources that cited the earliest evidence of 420 being started by a group of friends in high school. Yes, we are being for real! Apparently, a group of high school students in California always joked about 4:20 being the perfect time to light up after school. Naturally, as this was occurring in 1971 when weed was not legalized in any state or in any form, the group of friends had to keep things a secret, so they did not talk about these events openly.

420 was a code name for how they would meet up after school and engage in some illegal activities together. At some point, this name caught on and was therefore adopted by the rest of the cannabis community during that time period. This means that some people’s favorite holiday was actually started by some dumb high school sstudents smoking weed. And to further push back against the dumb and ambitious weed-smoker stigma that so many in this country like to talk about, all these young men went on to have great careers in their various fields. So next time you light up on 420, remember that all of it can be traced back to these guys.

Another fun fact about 420 is that the government in Denver Colorado had to change their highway signs. The department of transportation in Colorado had to replace one of their road signs on interstate 70 because the sign read “Mile 420” on it. We can all guess what people did because of this sign – that’s right, they stole it! People love to keep road signs for some reason, and I guess this sign was just too good to pass up for anybody who enjoys the casual marijuana puff here and there.

The sign kept going missing time after time, and eventually the administrators decided to just change the mile market, since there appeared to be no end to the cannabis-related theft. Funnily enough, Colorado is not the only state that has had to change their road signs because of the infamous 420. Idaho and Washington have both had to change mile markers due to repeated signs going missing. Who knew that the cannabis community was so into stealing road signs? If you ask me, it’s all in fun and in the name of marijuana.

Reasons You Should Still Keep Your Medical Marijuana Card

Medical marijuana programs are pretty common now throughout the United States. There are about 40 states in the country that have legalized medical marijuana in some way, though not every program has been created equal. Some medical marijuana programs, usually within the more conservative states, are extremely restrictive as far as what types of conditions are deemed as treatable by medical marijuana. Other state programs are very open to using medical marijuana for a variety of conditions, even some of the ones that are often looked over in other states.

However, did you know that some states have also legalized recreational marijuana? Recreational marijuana refers to the legalization for cannabis use by all adults in the state that are over the age of 21. This is an extremely new thing in our country, but it is honestly becoming increasingly common for different places throughout the United States. If you are living in a state that has legalized recreational marijuana, medical marijuana has likely been legal for at least a few years. Some people have asked me before – should I get rid of my medical marijuana card after recreational marijuana has become legal? After all, you no longer need to have a condition listed in order to get marijuana, so what is the point of keeping the card and going through the hassle of renewing it every year? Well, there may be more reasons to keep your medical marijuana card than you might think. Today, I am going to be writing about why you should keep your card even if cannabis has been legalized for adult use in your state.

The first reason that you should keep your medical marijuana card is for financial reasons. The tax revenue that can be brought in from states legalizing recreational marijuana can be huge. However, these taxes can sometimes be really hard on consumers trying to get weed for recreational use. Medical marijuana, on the other hand, is not taxed nearly as much as other adult use products.

If you are having trouble paying for marijuana already, you do not want to have to pay for it with all the increased taxes and all that. Most states that have legalized cannabis for recreational purposes only tax that industry, which gives medical marijuana patients a bit of relief financially. Plus, when you are using a medical marijuana card, you have access to medical dispensaries that you may not otherwise have access to. This can keep you from running into the more ‘pothead’ side of things in the recreational weed industry, and just stay focused on the clinical side of things. That is one of the main reasons as to why you should hold on to your medical marijuana card.

Another thing that you need to keep in mind about using a medical marijuana card is the fact that it gives you better access to medical dispensaries. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit in full force, many recreational dispensaries that were open at the time were forced to close due to CDC guidelines. However, the government decided that medical marijuana dispensaries needed to remain open and are considered an essential service. What does this mean for you? Well, in the event that we have to close up our entire nation again, you have a better shot at keeping access to marijuana if you are a medical marijuana card holder, since medical dispensaries are still considered essential services. There are plenty more reasons that I could list off about this, but for now those will have to do. I hope you can understand why you should keep your medical marijuana card, even if adult use has been legalized in your state. 

Inhalation or Ingestion for cannabis 

Cannabis has more and more benefits than ever before, and you may wonder which one is for you. Cannabis inhalation or ingestion are two things to consider. It’s based on the type of experience you want to have whether you want to feel things if you’re looking for something without smoke or smells, and if you want a high or something that just makes you feel good, whether you want it to work right away or not. 

What’s Better 

Now, let’s look at the two ways to do it. First, you’ve got inhalation, which you can feel in just a few seconds up to a few minutes and they last up to 4 hours.  This can sometimes take a bit longer with something that you ingest, which can be up to 90 minutes, but this can last up to 8 hours or more, depending on the dosage. 

The high is also quite different as well, so keep that in mind. 

Inhaling cannabis does have a small to it, but also, ingestion doesn’t have a small, nor does it create the smoke. 

All about inhalation 

Inhalation basically is when you inhale the THC, it goes into the bloodstream, and then, via the lungs, it goes to the brain. When you learn how to do this, at first, it can be quite harsh. Usually, you either take this with a joint, or a pipe, and usually, you just smoke this for a moment or two. 

Some people think holding it will have you have a much higher high, but the truth is, it causes the resin to hit the lungs. 

The sudden feeling of highness after having a hit, is not due to the weed itself, but it’s due to the deprivation of oxygen. 

Some people tend to cough, but the best way to keep that at bay is to use a percolator on your piece, try to test the filters, vape, or try to add some ice to the bong. 

Vaping is usually the best way to inhale if you don’t want the smell or the smoke, and you typically get this trough a vape pen or a dab rig.  Usually, patients are able to create their own concentrates or other setups, or they can purchase other options from the dispensary. It can dilate the airways due to the THC as well. 

What about Ingestion 

This is where you eat or drink something, and this usually takes longer, since it must be digested and then metabolized through the liver before it works. The edibles high is much different, and a lot more potent and psychoactive because the body creates a much stronger THC high than regular cannabis smoking. 

Ingesting is much easier than just traying to inhale weed, since it’s like eating foods. 

However, while it’s similar to eating regular foods, don’t try to eat these like a food, and have a ton of it.  If you don’t’ properly dose this, it creates bad effects. Try a little bit, and then wait before it works. 

If you do this with a product that’s sublingual though, you’ll get a much faster high, since it’s made to enter the blood vessels and et you high real fast. So what’s better? There is no better way for you to do it. It’s definitely based on the type of relief that youwnat to have. 

Do you need instant relief, or do you want to make the relief a lot longer? For the former, learn to inhale, but for the latter, a good ol’ THC edible will do the trick, and work well. 

Watch Out For Fake CBD Products

Leave it to the human race to take a really good thing like cannabis and find a way to screw it up. If you haven’t heard, the FDA has recently been cracking down on business and organizations that produce CBD oil and other supplements. The reason for this crackdown is because there have been a growing number of manufacturers who are creating extremely low quality CBD products and selling them at full price. CBD is expensive, and you want to make sure that you are actually getting what you pay for. The fact that people can do this to the medical industry makes me very upset.

Especially when you look at the type of people who use CBD – those in constant pain or stress – why even bother them any further? Much of the CBD available at random liquor or tobacco stores is not actually quality CBD and has none of the same health benefits of actual cannabidiol CBD. This means that people are getting ripped off and possibly even poisoned against their will. Plus, the average consumer of CBD in the United States cannot necessarily tell the difference between actual medical grade CBD and the fake stuff that is being produced at a time a dozen.

Some of the CBD manufacturers are very good at creating convincing packaging and key cannabis buzzwords that can get people to believe that it is the real stuff. Unfortunately, this means that some medical patients who rely on CBD are not actually getting the medical benefits that they need. There were also legal problems that some of the top CBD companies got into in recently. Apparently, these companies were making claims about the healing and wellness of CBD products that were very exaggerated or even completely untrue. 

The problem with some of these claims is that consumers in America are buying these products instead of pursuing more beneficial and effective treatment options. The belief that CBD products will cure their illness may prevent some people from seeking actual needed medical assistance when it really matters.

This is something that the FDA could not ignore, especially after it was picked up by the cannabis community and created outrage among consumers. So what are some of the signs of real versus fake CBD products? How confident are you in your ability to determine which brands and labels can be trusted when you are buying your CBD products? Well, hopefully we can help and provide some clarity for you on this issue. One of the most common signs of a fake CBD product is that it is in a clear bottle. Real cannabidiol and terpenes can actually degrade when exposed to sunlight. CBD products that are quality will have dark bottles that keep the sunlight out to protect the products.

Another way that you can tell a CBD product may be fake is that the price is way lower than most CBD products you are familiar with. CBD is expensive because it takes a great amount of flower and processing to create a medical-grade supply of the supplement. Products that are priced extremely low are likely fake; after all, we are all trying to make some money out here, and real CBD manufacturers can not afford to price their products so low.

Another way to tell that you might be looking at a fake CBD product is if it makes some outrageous claims. If the bottle talks about curing cancer or diabetes and a whole host of other physical and mental conditions, it’s probably not the real deal. Real CBD products will have third party certifications and sourced clinical studies that suggest various health benefits and other wellness tips.

How to Use Medical Cannabis in the Summer 

Medical cannabis is some of the most versatile stuff. Whether your vape it, consume it through edibles, or even drink it, there are tons of great ways to utilize cannabis, and it’s all becoming more innovative than before. Summer is something that definitely also changes the way you’re able to utilize cannabis, and you’re definitely going to experience a lot of the benefits that it offers. Here’s our favorite ways to consume cannabis during the summer, and why some methods are better than others. 

Smoking It 

Smoking is one of the best ways to use it, as it’s pretty traditional. Whether you use rolling papers, joints, water pipes, bongs, or regular pipes, this is one of the top ways to use it. 

It does contain certain cannabinoids, and as it enters the lungs, it then is used. 

This is one that’s the cheapest, and the effects are fast, about 15 minutes or less. However, this is also a bit risky, since it can have carcinogens within it. Smoking via a joint or pipe is also considered the cheapest though, especially for those who don’t want to invest too much. 

Vaping 

This is the new popular way to take in cannabis, since it is a nice alternative. It’s smokeless, and it basically involves heating up the marijuana turning it into vapor, and then it gets absorbed when you inhale this. 

Again, this is another fast-acting sort of means, and usually within 15 minutes, you’re good. It also takes out the carcinogens, and you’re not having to worry about the effects of that. It’s also more flavorful. 

The major disadvantage is the cost, since it requires more specific equipment. But with dry vapes possibly taking the market, this could change for many people. 

Edibles 

Edibles are easy and effective, and considered one of the best ways to have cannabis if you want long lasting effects. This is one where you eat it, and then, it gets broken down, with the liver converting this to the right cannabinoids to distribute into your bloodstream. 

This is great because you can have as much or as little as you want. However,  always go slow, until you know your limit. The biggest disadvantage is that these are not predictable, so you could green out on accident, and they take a bit for them to work. 

Tinctures and Oils 

This is another popular way, and it works similar to how edibles do. The biggest disadvantage is that they’re super discreet, so if you’re in a state that still frowns down upon this, you don’t have to worry about judgment. They’re small enough for you to hide it in a bag too. 

The disadvantage is that it’s not as bioavailable, and some people don’t like the taste of them. they taste very much like weed, so keep that in mind. Plus, it doesn’t have the best terpene profile either, but if you want it quick and easy, with immediate effects while being discreet, you’re in luck. 

Dabbing 

Dabbing is one of the new [popular ways. Basically, you heat up the concentrates to a very low temperature, and then inhale this. The biggest advantage, but also the disadvantage, is that these guys pack a punch. Concentrates are known for being some of the strongest stuff out there and for newbies, this can be too potent. 

Plus, the equipment is very expensive, but if you use medical cannabis for a bit, and you want something that’s a bit more potent, this may be the right one for you, just be mindful of the effects.