1.) What makes a good dispensary?

2.) What are pros of smoking flower?

3.) What’s the difference between indica and sativa?

4.) How do I decide which cannabis strain to try?

5.) What is the endocannabinoid system and what does it do?

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1.) Attentive & knowledgeable staff, fully stocked with products, reasonable wait times and educational information and product testing readily available.

2.) Flower has high bioavailability, which means a higher percentage of cannabinoids make it into your system than in some other methods and smoking allows the cannabinoids to pass directly into your bloodstream through the lungs, the high is almost immediate.

3.) Indica plants tend to grow short with thick stems and broad, deep-green leaves. They also have short flowering cycles and grow sufficiently in cold, short-season climates. Sativa plants have longer flowering cycles, fare better in warm climates with long seasons, and usually grow taller with light-green, narrow leaves. Sativas are described as cerebral, heady, uplifting, and energizing while Indicas are described as relaxing, sedating, full-bodied, and stoney.

4.) Flavor and aroma, Desired effects (which should be disclosed to you by bud tender), Potency, Growing method, Potential medical benefits and Budget are all things to consider when deciding on strains. You can visit the dispensary’s website to see what strains they carry and read everything about it before heading there in person.

5.) The role of the endocannabinoid system is to keep our bodies regulated, helping us to maintain balance, or homeostasis. When we achieve internal homeostasis, we’re at peak performance, in contrast to when the body has an endocannabinoid system deficiency. Pain, stress, appetite, energy, cardiovascular function, reward perception, reproduction, and sleep are only a few of the processes in which the ECS is involved.