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A Beginner’s Guide on How to Buy in Cannabis Dispensaries

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Cannabis Dispensaries

The legalization of medical marijuana in various U.S. states has launched a multi-billion dollar industry. With many patients wanting to experience the host of benefits of cannabis to their health and wellness, the market has grown exponentially. Even in the nations capital, people are able to easily find weed in DC. Among those who benefit from the birth and growth of this new market are dispensaries that sell marijuana and other related products like pure CBD oil.

This article will serve as a guide and a walk-through when you visit a dispensary near your area.

What is a Cannabis Dispensary?

The medical cannabis dispensaries act as retail shops where you can purchase cannabis and cannabis-related products. There are laws governing the dispensaries. As such, most of these dispensaries can be found where medical and recreational marijuana are legal. Unlike in the Netherlands, where the concept of dispensaries comes from, consuming the plant either by smoking or vaping on the site is not allowed.

A dispensary manager runs a typical store. He or she oversees the site’s day-to-day operations. It is also staffed by budtenders, who acts as a pharmacist, store attendant, and cannabis consultant in the store. Just like any retail outlet, it has cashiers, delivery crew, and other personnel.

Dispensaries are different from head shops, which strictly sells paraphernalia such as sell hashish pipes, rolling papers, and vaporizers for consuming marijuana products. Operating head shops is authorized by some states, especially where recreational marijuana is legal.

Buying from dispensaries can give you an edge over buying them online. Aside from having a chance to check the quality of your purchases, you can also seek help from budtenders or other people specializing in this plant.

Medical vs. Adult-Use Cannabis Dispensaries

Dispensaries fall under two categories: medical and adult-use (recreational). Medical cannabis stores only offer cannabis strains and products to patients who have permission or recommendation by doctors and other qualified health professionals. Meanwhile, adult-use cannabis dispensaries sell the products from the plant for relaxation and recreational activities.  Customers in both store types are required by law to submit requirements when purchasing.

Medical Dispensaries

Here are some documents requested by most medical cannabis shops:

  • Doctor’s recommendation and prescription, medical cannabis ID and certification, and other documents required by your state.
  • You must 18 years old and above to qualify for medical authorization. But you can apply for exceptions in some instances, especially if the minor has particularly debilitating conditions.

In most states, medical dispensaries require you to register and submit copies of your medical marijuana documents to keep them on file. They will keep this record for whatever legal and regulatory purposes imposed within the state.

The atmosphere of a medical dispensary typically resembles a clinic or other healthcare facility. After registering and presenting your documents to an attendant, you will be asked to proceed to a waiting room before a budtender will call you for a one-on-one consultation. The budtender will candidly discuss your medical issues and provide recommendations for your health condition based on your doctor’s findings.

In most cases, medical dispensaries track the products you’ve purchased. This procedure can help budtenders and patients monitor the potency of the medicine. The dispensary will also use the results as a live record of producers and their products for future reference.

In some states, medical dispensaries allow you to examine the quality of buds and other products before purchasing.

Adult-Use Dispensaries

Adult-use stores can only sell recreational cannabis to people aged 21 years old and above. You need to prove your age by showing a valid and unexpired state ID. You can use eligible and unexpired passport as an identig

Many outlets have menus and product lists that you can check while you stand in line. Their menus are organized in various ways, such as by product type such as flower, edible, concentrate, topical, and many others. Many also specify the THC content of the products, to give you an idea on the level of intoxication you can experience when consuming the product.

Unlike in medical stores, budtenders in the adult-use dispensaries usually don’t give you a full 20 minutes of their time in giving you advice. Adult-use dispensaries are often designed as a regular store where you can purchase marijuana products with more accessibility and convenience. They only need to check whether you are qualified to buy based on your age.

But this doesn’t mean you can no longer consult with budtenders. These professionals can still educate you or give you honest recommendations on which strain or product to use based on your needs.

Tips for Buying in Dispensaries

Visiting a cannabis dispensary should be an enjoyable and educational experience. These are some things to do when you visit in one of these specialized stores.

  • Do your research

Some websites such as Leafly has a list of dispensaries where you can buy marijuana products (whether medical or recreational) and CBD oil near you. You can check the type (medical or adult-use), address, and the menu of the stores. You can also contact the dispensary on the phone, via email or your social media account to double-check the availability of any product and for consultation.

  • Find out your specific goals for buying marijuana products

The first thing budtenders will do is to ask your reason for purchasing marijuana. Some of the questions they may throw to you revolves around:

  • The way you would like to consume your cannabis
  • Whether you will use marijuana as medicine
  • The level of psychoactive experience you want to experience
  • For how long you will experience the effects
  • How discreet you want your cannabis consumption to be

And you can’t blame budtenders for doing so. Cannabis come in a wide variety of strains (more than 100) with different effects in your body. You can also buy a host of cannabis-related products like CBD oil, THC oil, terpenes, and other substances. They need to know your definite intent for using marijuana to give you the best recommendation for your unique needs.

While visiting the website, you can also check what kind of IDs and other documents you need to show to the dispensary.

  • Prepare to ask the budtender

To be sure that you are buying only the best strain and product, you need to inquire budtenders many questions. Despite its popularity in popular culture, Americans, in general, are still newbies in terms of marijuana use.  Many will consume the plant for the first time. If you’re one of them, you need to check which one suits best for you. As mentioned above, marijuana comes in many variations, with each has a distinct flavor and effect on your body. You can even request the budtender to smell, feel, and taste the flowers and determine the quality of the plant first-hand.

But don’t expect to get authoritative answers from budtenders. The federal government has yet to issue license showing the expertise of these professionals in giving expert advice on the plant. What’s more, there are only a few educational institutions that offer courses about marijuana. So while you can seek their opinion based on their experience, you still need to consult cannabis doctors and other experts in the plant for guidance.

  • Be aware of any health issues that could surface while taking cannabis.

Marijuana consumption can lead to different consequences. Some people are prone to side effects that can impact their health in the long term. A few of the effects only take place after the continuous consumption of marijuana products. Because of this fact, you need to coordinate with the dispensary to help you track the changes in your body while you’re taking marijuana.

Remember, this plant can affect different people in different ways. What can be a medicine to one person can be a cause of mental disease or other health issues to another. It’s better to keep in touch with the store where you purchased the product to make the necessary steps when a health problem arises.

  • Find out what payment modes your chosen dispensary take

Up to this date, the marijuana has not been legalized up to the federal level. Hence, finding a dispensary that accepts credit or debit card can be challenging for you. Many banks or digital payment providers avoid recognizing transactions that involve cannabis or even CBD-infused products. Some people even use cryptocurrencies like Potcoin as their mode of payment for marijuana products. While this currency type is not yet commonly used, you may need to bring cash to secure your purchase.

  • Only buy what you suits you the best or what you feel comfortable with

Virtually all dispensaries impose no return and refund policy in their merchandise. So, make sure you only bring home what feels right for you. It is then important to double-check whether the item you are buying suits you the best to avoid wasting your money. Take your time to research online and ask doctors, budtenders, and other experts on which strain or product to choose.

Buying marijuana products for first-timers can be tricky. While purchasing products online is more convenient, you may need to ensure that you only buy items that will benefit your health. When visiting a dispensary near you, you can seek help from people with experience and expertise in cannabis.

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Celebrating the Holidays with a Cannabis Christmas Calendar

Stacey Wellington

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Celebrating the Holidays with a Cannabis Christmas Calendar

Those who celebrate Christmas are likely to be excited for this occasion as it is a festive time for people to get together. If you celebrate Christmas, you surely have your own traditions for the upcoming holiday. Whether you are into extravagant festivities or you are contented with an intimate get-together with friends and family on Christmas Eve, you might want to consider getting a cannabis advent calendar. Not familiar with them? Read on to find out more.

What is a Cannabis Christmas Advent Calendar?

Advent calendars cover the days leading up to Christmas, starting from December 1 to December 24. These have flaps on each day, which can contain an image related to the holiday, small treats or trinkets. A cannabis advent calendar follows the same concept, except that you can expect to get marijuana-infused items for each day.

MMJ patients and enthusiasts alike will definitely enjoy getting a small marijuana surprise for every day up to Christmas eve. If you are interested in having one for the upcoming celebrations, here are some cannabis items you can include.

Plain Ol’ Flowers and Buds

Perhaps one of the most basic things you can stash into your calendar is a bunch of dried marijuana. You can also roll some joints or buy pre-rolled ones because what’s better than waking up to find a spliff waiting for you every day? This can definitely complete the day of every marijuana lover.

To spice things up, you can even place different strains of cannabis for each day, giving you the chance to try out different varieties every day! There are 779 strains or probably more out there, so you will definitely find the experience of picking the best ones exciting.

CBD Products

If you are looking to give some cannabidiol-infused products a try, then this is a great opportunity for you. Think of items that you would want to check out. Perhaps you have been wanting to see if that cannabis shampoo can help your hair get that healthy glow. You might also be curious about the effects of CBD topicals for your skin.

Take this holiday season as a chance to try out these products. With the medicinal effects of the cannabinoid, you can get positive outcomes with these items, depending on different factors that can vary the effects of the cannabinoid on your body.

You can choose from a lot of different products such as topicals (creams, lotions), oils, pills and even vape pens.

Small Treats

Aside from the items mentioned above, you can also buy edibles. These are easy and fun to consume, especially if you have a sweet tooth. Many companies have released their own line of cannabis-infused candies, from chocolates to gummy bears.

Those who are into baking might want to make some treats themselves. If you are concerned about complicated recipes, worry not because these are definitely easy to make. You just need the usual ingredients for, say, brownies combined with decarboxylated cannabis buds. Just keep in mind that cannabinoids and terpenes can evaporate so, cooking using the right temperature is vital.

With marijuana-filled advent calendars, you can definitely make your December much more exciting. What’s better is that these marijuana-filled calendars are also perfect as gifts. Just keep in mind that there are states that enforce strict rules against the plant, so make sure to verify if the receiver lives in a state in which such products are legal. Moreover, see to it that you keep these items out of the hands of minors as legal states only allow adults to handle such products.

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What to Say to Your Family About Cannabis During Thanksgiving

Daniel King

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Family Discussing Cannabis this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time for gathering and spending time with friends and loved ones. During this national holiday, people all over the globe fly and travel home in order to spend much-needed quality time with their families. While the celebration is a time for reconnecting and catching up, there are just some nosy relatives who can’t help but create more drama and awkwardness for the whole group.

While Thanksgiving poses itself as a warm and cozy gathering with love, the reality is that this event can be stressful to many. If you are already privy to the benefits of using cannabis products, you may be thinking of using it during your get together to help relieve some anxiety. The thing is, not everyone of your relatives and family members will understand the appeal of using these, much more smoking and vaping these products.

Since you are all spending the day with one another, Thanksgiving might be a good time as any to talk about cannabis with your family.

Start with the Facts About Cannabis

Crackdown on marijuana use started with the war on drugs. Although statistics say the fight against injustices and unfair practices are still far from over, starting from this point allows you to establish context with your family.

To provide an objective stance, make sure to start with the facts and build your case from there. Many boomers and older generations have negative notions and misconceptions on cannabis during their time. That said, ask them what their thoughts are and where these came from. Then, dispute their claims and ease them towards the benefits of cannabis and CBD oil products by providing data obtained from reputable sources.

Relate with Their Struggles

If your aunt Becky or your grandmother has been struggling from joint pain as they grow older, you can connect your discussion with their struggles. After all apart, besides treating chronic pain, cannabis and CBD oil has been proven effective in addressing conditions such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, and many more. By trying to contextualize the benefits and its potential in treating their case, you might just be able to strike close to home.

Though recreational cannabis use remains big until today, the great is that the use of this miracle worker isn’t limited to everything fun. There are many health benefits these can provide if only one knows where to look.

End Thanksgiving Dinner on a Lighter Note and Touch on CBD Products

Above all, keep your cool. Since we’re all about education and enlightenment these days instead of simply attacking and shaming, the best course of action is taking the high road. By being ‘chill’ about your stance and presenting your views in a calm demeanor, you are actually establishing your credibility on the subject.

The difference between generations and the actual societal context may factor in the differences of your perspectives. Know that while you are on the right about cannabis, it may take some time for older generations and relatives to warm up to the idea.

Don’t push your stance and instead, end on a lighter note. You might even want to talk about CBD recipes and the possibility of incorporating these dishes into your next Thanksgiving or gathering. Better yet, why not volunteer to host the next Thanksgiving and serve them with CBD-infused dishes? A turkey basted with some CBD oil or cannabutter will surely elevate your dining experience.

This Thanksgiving, be grateful for the opportunity to discuss and educate about the wonders of cannabis and the corresponding cannabidiol products available on the market today. By taking these small steps and approaching the subject with caution, you can start by creating and effecting change in your family one step at a time.

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Best Cannabis Recipes To Serve This Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving Turkey

Make Thanksgiving extra special this year by serving the most delightful dishes infused with CBD oil. The added ingredient will enhance meals, making the food experience a bliss. Because cannabis heightens the sensory receptors, everything tastes better with a hint of umami.

If you worry about the side effects, note that with an adequate amount of cannabidiol oil, everything will turn out great. You can serve Turkey with CBD oil for added buttery taste minus the greasiness. Desserts can also have this exciting ingredient for sweet and flavorful cakes, cupcakes, or chocolates.

Key Cannabis Ingredients

Aside from the cannabis oil, you also need cannabutter for making desserts and adding texture and flavor to the turkey. Cannabutter can be homemade, and some dispensaries have this specialty butter. Its only difference with the normal butter is that added cannabis oil.

For homemade cannabutter recipe, you can mix 1 cup of butter with 1 cup of ground, decarboxylated cannabis, about 10 grams. Slow cook the mixture for two to three hours then cool off before using.

Tips For Cooking on Thanksgiving With CBD Oil

Dosing is a crucial factor when cooking with cannabidiol oil. Applying a few drops into the recipe is already enough. Overdosing can only happen if you will put more oil into the recipe. Remember, if you plan to put CBD to entrée, appetizers, and desserts, you need to balance out the dosing to avoid side effects like lightheadedness, dry mouth, and change in appetite.

The best thing to do is to take it easy on the oil, distribute it to other meals and you are good to go. Additionally, you need to find a good CBD product supplier to get the desired results.

 

Herb-Roasted Turkey Infused With Cannabis

The main entrée of the day is none other than Turkey. Make sure to buy a huge one to serve more batches during Thanksgiving.

Ingredients

  • 1 whole turkey
  • 1 tablespoon chopped rosemary, thyme, sage
  • 1 tablespoon cannabutter
  • 2 large onions cut into wedges
  • 4 large carrots, halved crosswise
  • 2 stalks celery, halved crosswise
  • 1 pinch of Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper

Directions

1. Preheat oven and mix together cannabutter, chopped herbs, season with salt, and pepper in a small bowl.

2. Prepare and stuff the turkey. Fill in the neck cavity but avoid overstuffing. Tie two legs using cotton kitchen twine then bend wings underneath the bird. Position the turkey breast side down.

3. Rub cannabutter mixture into the skin and the rack before generously seasoning the turkey with salt and pepper. Roast for one hour then baste every 30 minutes.

4. Transfer turkey into the serving platter then let it cool for ten minutes.

5. Serve with gravy.

 

Cannabis Lobster Mac ‘n Cheese

Instead of mashed potato, you can serve the turkey with mac ‘n cheese on the side. This recipe is easy to make and you only need a fresh lobster to make it special.

Ingredients

  • 1 pound elbow macaroni
  • 1-quart milk
  • 1 ½ pounds cooked lobster meat
  • 1 tablespoon CBD oil
  • 12 ounces grated cheese
  • 1 cup fresh white bread crumbs
  • Kosher salt, pepper to taste

Directions

1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.

2. Bring macaroni to boil then add half a teaspoon CBD oil. Drain well after five to eight minutes, until cooked.

3. Heat the milk then add remaining CBD oil, flour. Mix until it thickened.

4. Off the heat, add the cheddar cheese, pinch of salt, pepper then stir well.

5. Add the cooked macaroni and lobster. Stir evenly and place in gratin dishes.

6. Melt butter and cheese with bread crumbs then bake for 35 minutes.

7. Cool then serve.

 

CBD Chocolate Pistachio Bar

To cap off the lunch or dinner, serve a chocolate bar embedded with pistachio nuts. It is a quick bite and definitely delicious with a drizzle of salt.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup hemp chocolates with coconut oil
  • ½ cup butter
  • 2 tablespoons coconut flour
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
  • 4 tablespoons pistachio nuts, chopped

 

Directions

1. Mix CBD oil and butter in a low heat pan then set aside.

2. Whisk in coconut flour and cocoa powder. Freeze for 10 minutes.

3. Pour the mixture into a baking dish and top with pistachio bits. Place back into the freezer for about 20 minutes.

4. Break apart and serve with vanilla ice cream.

 

Celebrating Thanksgiving doesn’t need to be bland and dull because you can always serve new recipes for everyone. This year, surprise family and friends with these tasty meals.

 

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