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Cannabis flower refers to the dried flower bud. Typically, the flower of a marijuana plant is what’s harvested, dried, cured, and sold at dispensaries, but flower is also used to create other cannabis products like concentrates, tinctures, and oils.Flower contains a full spectrum of cannabinoids that help to create the psychoactive effects experienced when smoking marijuana. It also contains flavonids and trichomes, a significant source of THC and terpenes, the organic aromas found in the oils of flowering marijuana. 


Vape cartridges, nick-named “carts”, “vapes” and sometimes called “oil cartridges” or “vape pens” are glass cartridges filled with different types of cannabis oil or concentrate. They’re easy to use, discreet, portable, user-friendly: vaping cannabis oil opens the possibility of consuming on the go without handling cannabis flower. From detachable cartridges to all-in-one units, you can choose from many cultivars, THC to CBD ratios, and terpene profiles, many of which are sourced from some of your favorite flower.


“Edibles” refer to any food containing marijuana, typically with the cannabinoids THC or CBD. Cannabis is usually infused into a fat-soluble base, such as butter or oil, and the infusion is used to make baked goods, such as brownies, cakes, etc. Edibles are consumed orally and processed in the stomach and liver, making them more potent and longer-lasting than smoking cannabis, but with a longer time for the onset of effects. Edibles allow people to consume cannabis without inhaling smoke and typically don’t smell. 


Cannabis concentrates are extracts that contain extra-high amounts of cannabinoids (responsible for the effects of cannabis), terpenes (responsible for the flavors and aromas of cannabis), and other cannabis compounds. Thanks to their impressive cannabinoid content, concentrates can regularly reach THC levels of over 60%, with some (like distillate), reaching well into the 90s. This makes them several times more potent than cannabis flower, and a favorite among those who prefer super-strong cannabis products.


A tincture is a solution of a medicinal substance in alcohol or water. Also known as golden or green dragon tincture, cannabis tinctures contain a range of cannabinoids. They are administered orally, sublingually, or mixed in foods or beverages and are, therefore, often packaged in small glass bottles with droppers as caps for convenient dosing. Tinctures offer a popular way to consume cannabis without combustion or inhalation. 


THC topicals, and cannabis topicals in general, are cannabis products infused in things like gels, balms, and lotions and then applied to our skin. The idea behind them is that they may be able to treat acute symptoms, including pain or inflammation, by interacting with cannabinoid receptors in the skin. Because the THC doesn’t actually make it through the skin into the bloodstream, THC topical enthusiasts don’t have to worry about getting intoxicated when they use a cannabis topical. 

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Our mission is to provide our customers with access to the highest quality, stringently tested, cannabis products and to help them find the perfect strains and products that will meet their needs.

We believe that cannabis has the power to heal, to inspire, and to bring people together. We are proud
to be part of this industry, and we are committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive community for
all of our customers. Thank you for choosing our dispensary, and we look forward to serving you.

Not all Cannabis is Created Equal

Choosing Quality Cannabis

Why you should never compromise on cannabis quality.


  • A list of ingredients used: Your product should clearly indicate what ingredients were used in the growing, processing, or infusion of the cannabis you are purchasing. 
  • Tests for residual chemicals from extraction or cultivation: Testing for harmful sprays, molds and mildews, and hydrocarbon residuals allows consumers to confidently purchase safer products. 
  • Batch-specific testing: Not every batch of every product is identical. There are slight variances, and a high-end producer will test each batch to ensure the most accurate results. 
  • Specific, verifiable genetics:  Certain breeders and strains can actually be traced to their sources and verified by the breeders. Verified genetics will often be more expensive and harder to get, but well worth the knowledge that you are consuming a genuine product. 
  • Proper packaging: The packaging should look nice but, more importantly, it should serve the purpose of preserving and presenting the cannabis product and the qualities that it was cultivated for.