CBD, or cannabidiol, is quickly gaining in popularity, and for good reason. This compound is the non-psychoactive cousin of THC, the euphoria-inducing cannabinoid. To date, we’re still discovering more and more cannabinoids, but for now, THC and CBD are the most well-known (and studied) of them all. CBD has proven promising in potentially helping those […]Read More Chill Out with Our Favorite CBD Flower!
In a recent post, we looked a few of the main terpenes found in cannabis. Terpenes play an important role in the effects of cannabis, and when coupled with cannabinoids, produce the what is known as the Entourage Effect. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds found in cannabis that interact and bind to different receptors (CB1 […]Read More Cannabinoids 101
Terpenes: a big buzz-word in the cannabis industry right now, and for good reason!Read More Terpenes 101
This week I had the pleasure of speaking with Megan from The Green Cacao Company to learn more about her healthy, delicious chocolates. What makes The Green Cacao Company stand out from other edibles? The Green Cacao Company produces hand-crafted, top shelf, plant-based, nutrient-dense, healthy and delicious products. Perhaps the primary difference is the ingredients […]Read More Interview with Green Cacao Company
Slymer is our Flower of the Week for good reason: these frosty, dense nugs pack a Sativa-dominant punch! Featuring citrusy-lime notes, this strain is a phenotype of Chernobyl – a cross of Trainwreck, Jack the Rippes, and Trinity. If you’re looking for a relaxing, mood-boosting strain that’s good for pain, anxiety, depression, and nausea, look […]Read More Flower of the Week: Slymer
Microdosing is becoming more mainstream, with low-dose edibles and tinctures popping up at many collectives around California. Microdosing is the art of consuming small doses to gain the benefits of the plant, while limiting psychoactivity and maintaining a more clear head.Read More Microdosing: The Rise of Low-Dose Consumption
How do you medicate with Bubble Hash, Hash Oil, Shatter, or Wax? Warm It, Don’t Burn It: Bubble Hash, Hash Oil, Wax, and Shatter are better consumed by controlled heating rather than burning. Cannabinoids vaporize at 356ºF (180ºC) so it is unnecessary to heat them up to the point where inhalation might burn the lungs. […]Read More How to Medicate with Hash or Wax
What is the difference between the different types of concentrates? Kief Kief is an unprocessed raw medication. Particles of trichomes that fall right off the plant are collected and packaged into this powerful product. It is concentrated and fluffy in consistency. Often placed on top of bowls or joints, Kief is often used to increase […]Read More Hash vs Kief vs Wax?
In the 70s the athlete spoke the word and the word was 420. The term originated with a treasure hunt. A group of high school athletes coined it when they took trips off into the forest to look for a hidden marijuana patch theoretically abandoned by a Coast Guard service member. The followed their treasure […]Read More 420 – The Origin Story