Most Frequently Asked Questions About Cannabis

Our staff are extremely knowledgeable and eager to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact us directly with your questions or refer to some of our most frequently asked  questions below.

What Is THC?

Tetrahydrocannabinol is a cannabinoid found in cannabis. It is the main psychoactive compound and results in the feeling of being ‘high’ after consumption.

What Is CBD?

CBD is short for cannabidiol, and on its own does not induce feelings of being high. It is the second most common of the active ingredients in cannabis.

What Cannabis Products Are Legal In Canada?

In Canada, customers have the opportunity to purchase and enjoy a variety of cannabis products. Currently retailers are allowed to offer dried cannabis flower, beverages, edibles, topicals, and extracts (including oils and capsules).

How Can I Purchase From Your Store?

Currently, we are equipped to handle click and collect ordering, purchasing through our self serve tablets, direct purchase at our counter, and shopping with the help of one of our knowledgeable staff members.

What Are The Recommended Ways To Store My Cannabis?

The best way to keep your cannabis fresh is by keeping it in a cool, dark, dry place. Glass jars are best to prevent moisture from altering the flavour and potency of your cannabis and coloured jars are further recommended to reduce the effects of UV light and heat on your cannabis.

When stored correctly, cannabis can stay fresh for up to 6 months.

Do I Need to Bring My ID With Me To Your Store?

In Ontario, all customers who enter our store must be over the age of 19. Staff may ask for ID upon entry to verify compliance with government regulations

Why Choose Cannabis Edibles?

Unlike smoking or vaping cannabis, the effects of edibles can take much longer to be felt. Depending on the dose and potency levels, effects can feel more pronounced and may last longer than those effects that are experienced when smoking or vaping. It is recommended to start low and go slow – begin with a lower dosage edible and allow the effects to set in before deciding whether to consume more.

How Does Click And Collect Work?

Our click and collect service allows you to browse our inventory from the comfort of your home and purchase your desired cannabis products and accessories online or over the phone. You will receive a notification once your order has been completed and is ready for pickup at our convenient express pickup window. Please note, ID verification will be required upon pickup.

What Is The Limit Of Cannabis Products That I Can Purchase?

Customers who are of the legal age of consumption are able to purchase the equivalent of 30g of dried flower in one transaction (to learn more about how Health Canada defines non-flower equivalencies click here. Our system automatically calculates non flower equivalencies to ensure that your time spent shopping with us is as smooth and enjoyable as possible.

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