Cannabis FAQs

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Cannabis?

A flowering plant native to central and southern Asia which has three different species known as sativa, indica, and ruderalis.


What is the difference between Indica and Sativa?

Sativa strains are well known for their cerebrally-focused effects, while Indica strains tend to provide a more relaxing or lazy high, which makes it ideal for treatment of pain. Hybrids vary depending on whether it is an Indica or Sativa dominant hybrid.   


What are Cannabinoids?

A group of 113 confirmed chemicals, which generally produce mental and physical effects when consumed.


When was THC discovered?

In the early 60's of course! In 1964 THC was isolated by Dr. Raphael Mechoulam a scientist from Israel.


What is THC?

Tetrahydrocannabinol is known as the main mind-altering ingredient contained in cannabis.


What is CBD?

Cannabidiol is known as the main non-psychoactive chemical compound contained in cannabis.


Why is my weed so dank?

Terpenes aka terpenoids are the compounds responsible for the unique scent of the cannabis.


Why does my heart race when I smoke? 

There are different strains of Sativa that may cause feelings of anxiety. We suggest trying Indica strains or hybrids that are Indica-dominant. Slowing down and allowing your system to adjust as you smoke may also help. 


When should I harvest?

In short, the only way to really know when your crop is at its peak time for harvest is to view the trichomes (the small hairs on the epidermis of the plant) under a 10x or 30x microscope/420scope. You are looking for a clear or cloudy color, since the plant will continue to mature as it dries. Here is a simplified guide of how to interpret the different colors.

  • 100% Clear - Weak and immature
  • 100% Cloudy - Start of peak harvest
  • 80% Cloudy/20% Amber - Peak harvest :-)
  • 100% Amber - Amber Trichomes are dead or dying and past their prime


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