Although they may sound similar, THC percentage and ABV (alcohol by volume) are two very different measures of potency.
When people come in and look for flower, they look for the highest THC percentage. But that’s one of the last markers of a quality product. Here’s what should you look for:
A flower’s THC percentage degrades over time, solidifying after it’s dried and cured. Unlike a cocktail’s ABV (alcohol by volume), a high THC percentage won’t yield a higher potency. Ask your budtender the questions above to determine what’s going to give you a better smoke.
Price and edible potency are the primary differences when ordering. Watch to learn more.
Whether you’re new to our store or a return customer, we’re here to help. Watch to learn more.
Edibles take a little longer for the high to hit because they have to digest through your liver. Watch to learn more.
If marijuana becomes federally legal, it will be easier to accept debit or credit payments. Watch to learn more.
The quality of our products ultimately depend on the quality of your experience. Watch to learn more.
We run daily specials on both sides, medical and recreational, with small variances in each department. Watch to learn more.
Recreational marijuana is fairly new to Michigan, and we’re noticing one question on all our customers’ minds. Watch to learn more.
You don’t have to commit yourself to one strain over the other. Listen to your budtender on what’s best. Watch to learn more.
If you’re looking for a body relaxation, avoid a sativa, as you need no more agitation than you’re already experiencing. Watch to learn more.
While bud refers to the plants, our budtenders are more than happy to offer their knowledge and friendly service. Watch to learn more.
Even if you’ve smoked for decades, edibles are not something to push the boundaries of right away. Watch to learn more.
Papers, pipes, and batteries. If you want more, we probably have it in stock. Watch to learn more.
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