Are you Cannacurious?
We’re here to answer all your burning questions and help you elevate your cannabis experience. Whether you’re a canna-pro or a first-time consumer, there’s always something new to learn in the world of cannabis education.
Curate Your Experience
From cannabinoids, to terpenes, to consumption methods, to tolerance – there’s a lot of factors that impact your cannabis experience. But as a general rule, looking at the strain type (indica, sativa, or hybrid) is one of the best ways to tell how a certain strain will make you feel.
Sativa strains are likely to produce more energetic and/or upbeat effects, making them perfect for starting your day or when you need a boost of energy or motivation.
Hybrid strains can be indica-dominant, sativa dominant, or totally balanced, so their effects can vary depending on the exact strain. But in general, hybrids are a great option to consume throughout the day.
Indica strains are known for their more relaxing, sometimes sedating effects. These strains are ideal for unwinding after a long day or getting ready for a good night’s sleep.
Where Do Strains Get Their Names?
How in the world does someone come up with a name like granddaddy purple or Sour Diesel. Well, there’s no single rhyme or reason so don’t feel your cannabis knowledge is lacking. Strains are named for and after all sorts of things – the original grower, the smell or color, the effects it produces, etc. Other times it’s a clever combination of the parent strains used to create the new strain. And some are named after celebrities because, why not? And every once in a while, you’ll come across a really crazy one (Alaskan Thunderf*ck, anyone?). Check out all the different strain names on our menu!
Choosing the Right Consumption Method And Product
Gone are the days when your only options were pipes or crappy homemade pot brownies from your friend. From gummies and chocolates to vapes and pre-rolls, there’s a consumption option and product type for everyone and every environment. Learning about the different consumption options is an important part of your cannabis education.