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Full-Spectrum: Contains CBD, trace amounts of THC, and other cannabinoids and terpenes for an entourage effect.

Broad-Spectrum : Similar to full-spectrum but without THC, offering multiple cannabinoids and terpenes.

Isolate: Pure CBD with no other cannabinoids, terpenes, or THC, suitable for those who want only CBD's effects.

Choosing the Right CBD Product:

The choice between full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, or CBD isolate depends on individual preferences and specific needs. Here are some considerations to help you decide:

Full-Spectrum: Ideal for those who want to experience the entourage effect and are not concerned about trace amounts of THC. It may be more effective for certain conditions.

Broad-Spectrum: Suitable for those who want to avoid THC completely but still benefit from multiple cannabinoids and terpenes.

Isolate: A pure form of CBD for those who prefer to avoid all other compounds in the cannabis plant. It's often used in situations where THC must be completely avoided, such as in some workplace drug testing scenarios.


Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most abundantly found cannabinoids in cannabis and hemp plants. They occur naturally, and is massively popular because of it's non-psychoactive characteristic, and therapeutic effects.

Since CBD is such a great anxiety and pain reliever it can help people sleep better through natural relaxation.

Yes, CBD can interact with certain medications. It’s best to consult your doctor before taking CBD if you have any concerns.

It varies from person to person. We generally suggest starting off low with a 15mg dosage and work your way up until you find the sweet spot that works for you.

Store in a cool dry place like a medicine cabinet.

You can choose between edibles, capsules, vaporizers, smoking, tinctures, and topicals.

No, much like THC you cannot overdose on CBD but taking too much may cause some side effects like extreme drowsiness, lethargy, upset stomach, nausea, and diarrhea.

Delta-8 THC

Delta 8 THC is an isomer of Delta 9 making their chemical makeups very similar. Delta 8 THC is more mild than its counterpart giving more of a body high and less of a mind high which allows most people to skip the paranoia and anxiety that can be associated with Delta 9 THC.

Yes, Delta 8 can act as a natural sedative to allow the body to relax and calm down for you to be able to drift off to sleep.

There is a possibility of interactions with medications with Delta 8 THC but they are more mild than Delta 9 THC. Consult with your doctor before taking any THC products.

No, like regular THC you cannot overdose on Delta 8 THC but if you take too much you may experience some side effects like anxiety, extreme drowsiness, lethargy, and paranoia.

Delta-9 THC

Delta 9 THC is a psychoactive compound which has it's share of benefits and side effects as well. You just need to be aware and use the product responsibly, and look at the dosage instructions before buying.

Delta 9 THC is the main psychoactive ingredient causing the 'high' in marijuana. Added to that, it also has the potential to relieve pain, anxiety, stress, and relaxes the mind.

Yes, Delta-9 THC use can result in a positive drug test, as it is typically tested for in standard drug screenings. It's important to be aware of this if you have concerns about drug testing.

Dosage recommendations for Delta-9 THC can vary significantly from person to person. It's best to start with a low dose and gradually increase it until you achieve the desired effects.

Delta-10 THC

Delta-10 THC products, like all cannabinoids, should be used responsibly. It's important to purchase from reputable sources to ensure quality and safety.

Delta-10 THC products come in various forms, including tinctures, vape cartridges, edibles, and more. Follow the specific usage instructions provided on the product to consume responsibly.

No, Delta-10 THC is different from Delta-8 THC. While both are minor cannabinoids, they have distinct chemical structures and may produce different effects. It's important to understand the differences between these cannabinoids when choosing products.

Dosing guidelines for Delta-10 THC can vary depending on the product and individual tolerance. It's recommended to start with a low dose and gradually increase if necessary. Always follow the recommended dosing instructions provided with the product.


First try and take a few puffs without pressing the fire button. Keep doing this until you hear/feel a pop which is the clog coming undone. If that doesn’t work try and pre-heat your cart if your battery has a pre-heat function. If you don’t have a pre-heat function you can press the fire button WITHOUT inhaling and repeat the process 1-3 times until the clog clears. You can also warm it up with a hair dryer on a LOW setting and wait for the clog to clear. This may take some trial and error but the clog should clear.

Always keep your vape upright to prevent leaks. Never leave it in extreme temperatures. To use our vaporizer products, make sure you have a 510-Thread battery.


THCA is non-psychoactive in its raw form. Once heated, it transforms into the psychoactive Delta-9 THC. Those who want the potential therapeutic benefits without the euphoric effects mix THCA with their favorite food or beverage. Others smoke or vape THCA to enjoy the high with the other benefits.

THCA itself is non-psychoactive. However, heat converts it into THC, which is psychoactive. The potency depends on various factors like strain and consumption method. Also, different people experience different effects.

No, THCA is an inactive cannabinoid, unlike THC. THCA is found in raw, freshly harvested hemp plants, whereas THC comes from processed plants.


HHC produces a mild high, unlike THC.

Drug tests are generally designed to detect THC and its metabolites. While HHC is unlikely to produce a positive result, since it is under-researched, it is best to remain cautious and pause HHC consumption for a few days before a drug test.

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Earning points typically involves making purchases. You may earn a certain number of points for every dollar spent. Refer to the program details for specifics.

You can typically redeem your loyalty points or rewards during the checkout process when making a purchase depending on our program's terms.

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While you can browse our website without an account, you will need to create an account to place an order. It helps us verify your age and ensures a smooth shopping experience.

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Shipping and Delivery Questions

All orders above $50 are eligible for free shipping. Delivery times are solely based on your location and shipping method.

What should I do if I receive the wrong item in my order? If, by any chance, your order is lost or arrives in a damaged condition, or you have received the wrong item, kindly get in touch with our customer support team, and we will swiftly address the matter to your satisfaction.

Yes, You’ll receive an email with shipment tracking information when your order is ready, we will provide you with a tracking number. You can use this number to monitor the status of your delivery.