Indica, Sativa, Hybrid.
What are they?
Cannabis has three main "attributes" when it comes to strains.
Indica strains are best for nighttime use as they can make some sleepy, aid in relaxation, and they have a deeper 'body high'. Hence the old adage
Sativa strains are best for daytime use as they tend to make you energetic, giddy, and an excellent choice for those looking for a 'cerebral high'. These strains can increase anxiety and paranoia in some.
Hybrid strains are made from crossbreeding two strains. They can have both Sativa and Indica effects depending on strains used. Usually 50/50 ratios.
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What is the Return Policy?
We accept Returns on a case by case basis. Catridges, Vape Pens, or any other Electronic devices can be returned within 30 days with receipt and original packaging. Product cannot be used. If everything checks out than you will have your choice of a full cash refund or towards a another product.
Here's the breakdown.
THC or tetrahydrocannibidol, a cannabinoid, is the psychoactive component of the cannabis plant, but it first starts as THCa. The way to change this cannabinoid is by applying heat to cannabis, which will turn the abundance of THCa into THC. Giving that "euphoric" "high" feeling. Now it is not just for recreational user and has many medical benefits of its own to include Insomnia, Chronic Pain, Anxiety, Depression, Inflammation and nausea to name a few. THC is also responsible for "dry mouth" and "foggy" side effects.
CBD or cannabidiol is the other big name cannabinoid derived from cannabis. This non-psychoactive compound has helped change and is continueing to change the medical community. CBD is known to help with a variety of medical conditions such as Epilespy, Chronic Pain, Inflammation, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, addiction, Crohns disease, and Multiple Sclerosis. CBD can also help to offset the intoxicating effects of THC.