Keep an open mind. There will be many different types of products available, your budtender will be able to help choose the best option for your desired experience. Do your research and figure out what consumption methods you’d like to try as well as the results you are looking to achieve. Budtenders will also be able to answer questions you have, but it’s helpful to have a little knowledge beforehand. Have an idea of what you want. Most dispensaries have an online menu and daily specials for customers. This can give you an idea of what items, flavors, and strains interest you. Check the store availability. Knowing what’s available will help your visit go smoothly. You can check the location’s online menu or call ahead to see if a certain item is in stock.
The bud room is where you will shop for your items. A budtender will be able to walk you through your options, make suggestions based on what you would like to try, and process your transaction. Don’t forget to mention that it’s your first time, many dispensaries offer freebies to newcomers!
Flower: The smokable part of the cannabis plant, used in bongs, pipes, and joints
Edibles: Food products infused with THC distillate in varying strengths
Vapes: A form of THC concentrate in a vape cartridge
Concentrates: A concentrated form of flower, used in dab rigs, can be added to joints or bowls
Topicals: A balm or rub of sorts that may contain THC, CBD or both for skin application
Tinctures: A solution of TCH and/or CBD in alcohol or water
Sativa: Said to produce an energizing and invigorating “head high”
Indica: Said to produce a full body relaxing high “body high”
Hybrid: A mixture of both Sativa and Indica strains to produce a more balanced high
THC: Tetrahydrocannabinol, the main psychoactive compound in cannabis
CBD: Cannabidiol, a non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in cannabis
Finding what works for you can be a confusing process. Let us help you and don’t be afraid to try new products or ask for recommendations!
Medical Patients (18+): Bring your Medical Card. If you have a medical card, make sure it is valid and be ready to present it at the beginning of your visit.
Recreational Patients (21+): Bring your Photo ID. Be sure to bring a valid state ID or passport, dispensaries cannot accept expired or temporary forms of ID.
We are currently a cash only retailer. We have an on-site ATM for your convenience. Soon, we will have a debit card option available so stay tuned!
Skip the line and order ahead – online or through the phone. If you are seeking products but not an in-store shopping experience, you can place an order online or over the phone for quick convenience. You are able to pick up your order in-store or request curbside service. Our wonderful budtenders will come out to your car to deliver your order directly to you. This method works well for those who are sick or in a hurry!
Our store is open from 9:00am - 9:00pm! You can place an online order while we are closed and pick it up the next day. This only applies if orders are placed after our hours of operation.
At this time, there is no delivery service available. Skip the line and order online — or call ahead. You are able to pick up your order in-store or request curbside service.
Non-residents of Michigan are under the same buying and possession guidelines as residents meaning that the 2.5oz purchase/possession limit would also apply to you during your visit. Here in Michigan, you can purchase up to 2.5 ounces (70 grams) of marijuana flower, 15 grams of extract or concentrate, 16 ounces cannabinoid product in solid form, 36 ounces cannabinoid product in liquid form, per day at one store. Any adult over the age of 21, including out-of-state visitors, can possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana in public and up to 10 ounces of flower in private.
We are always hiring for many different positions. If you would like to apply, send your resume and credentials to firstname.lastname@example.org!
When researching strains online, you'll likely see sativas described as cerebral, heady, uplifting, and energizing while indicas are described as relaxing, sedating, full-bodied, and stoney. It's still perfectly valid to describe effects as sativa-like or indica-like so long as we remember that sativa- or indica-like effects don't necessarily coincide with a plant's sativa or indica lineage. A hybrid would be a combination of the two. Each plant has different genetics so hybrids will vary effects depending on the dominance of indica and sativa genetics present in the plant.
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