The blooming section of the cannabis plant, abundant in cannabinoids such as THC and CBD.
An assortment of naturally-occurring compounds found in cannabis, including THC and CBD, that interact with the human body's receptors to produce different effects.
A plant genus with an expansive range of uses—including medicinal, recreational and industrial applications—is renowned for its diverse compounds that may be either psychoactive or non-psychoactive.
Is a widely popular subspecies of cannabis that offers an abundance of benefits. It is known for its shorter, bushier plants and soothing body-focused effects that makes it ideal for those seeking relaxation.
Is an often-overlooked variation of cannabis that boasts unique traits, including auto-flowering and the ability to thrive in harsh climates.
Is a subspecies of cannabis with taller, thinner plants that provide an uplifting and cerebral high.
Otherwise known as Cannabidiol, is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that has an array of potential health benefits.
A cluster of cannabis buds growing closely together on the plant.
A method of preserving cannabis buds to bring out their flavor, aroma, and potency. Through drying and storing the buds in an airtight container for several weeks or months, users can enjoy enhanced bud quality.
Heating cannabis to activate cannabinoids, making them more bioavailable.
Cannabis-infused food products that deliver effects through ingestion.
The mature, smokable buds of the cannabis plant.
An indispensable tool that ensures even burning or vaporizing of cannabis buds.
is a strain of cannabis that contains minuscule levels of THC, mainly used for industrial applications.
A strain of cannabis cultivated using genetics from both indica and sativa plants, creating a unique combination.
Is a government-approved business that has been granted the privilege to cultivate, manufacture, and distribute cannabis products.
A specific batch of cannabis products, usually identified by a unique number.
Thin, lightweight sheets of paper or special materials used to roll marijuana into joints.
Is a smoking instrument that has been designed to provide the best experience while inhaling cannabis. It consists of two distinct components: a bowl for holding weed and a mouthpiece through which you can inhale the smoke.
The female reproductive organ of cannabis, which acts as a pollen collector and is tasked with generating seeds.
A sticky, THC-abundant resin secreted by the trichomes of cannabis plants.
A distinct genetic variation of the cannabis plant distinguished by its unique characteristics and effects.
Aromatic molecules that produce the aromatic and flavorful profiles of cannabis, as well as potential therapeutic benefits.
Tetrahydrocannabinol, the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis responsible for the "high."
Are liquid cannabis extracts that can be taken orally or incorporated into food and drinks for easy consumption.
Cannabis-infused creams, balms, or lotions applied directly to the skin.
Are the small, hairlike glands found on cannabis buds which produce an array of beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes.
A device that heats cannabis to release active compounds without combustion, for inhalation.
A smoking device that uses water filtration to cool and filter cannabis smoke, also known as a bong.