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Online Dispensary Sales Boom – What Consumers Need to Know to Stay Safe…



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With everything going on in the world, the trend has been to turn to online sources for ordering all of our basic human necessities. And what’s more of a necessity than weed? Your weed cravings don’t have to go unmet just because the entire world is on lockdown, and this is all thanks to online dispensaries. 

But before you jump headfirst into the world of ordering weed online, there are a few things you should know to make the most of your experience.

It’s All About Reputation

Before buying any product, it’s always a good idea to peruse through reviews. There’s no better way to get a feel for a dispensary’s reputation than to read into the thoughts and opinions of fellow customers. This will give you an idea of a dispensary’s values when it comes to product quality and variety, customer service, and pricing. 

According to Online Dispensary Canada Guide, it’s important to research the reputation of a dispensary before making a purchase. This can be done through sources like and Reddit. Try not to focus solely on the reviews directly on a dispensary’s website, but check out opinions from a variety of sources.

Quantity Isn’t Everything

We all know the phrase quality over quantity, and that phrase applies to your online weed shopping practices. Although having a variety of products to choose from is a major perk, what’s more important is the quality of the products being offered. 

It can be extremely difficult to determine whether a cannabis strain meets your high standards without actually being able to touch and feel the bud before buying it. This is especially true for dried flowers, but the good news is that it’s still possible. 

You should try to find a dispensary that offers lab reports of each of the products offered. Look for a dispensary that utilizes third-party lab testing rather than in-house testing. This way you know that the lab tests are true and unbiased. Thorough product testing is especially important for CBD products, mainly because the interest in CBD has spiked in recent years.

Daily CBD says that third-party testing is crucial because “this industry is highly unregulated — resulting in unethical CBD manufacturers artificially inflating or lying about the CBD content in their products. Other companies are even selling products that may have been contaminated with heavy metals, pesticides, or other harmful ingredients.”

When all is said and done, it doesn’t hurt to choose a dispensary that focuses on both quality and quantity. Some dispensaries specialize in only dried flowers while others offer a wide selection of products ranging from CBD oils to potent edibles. It’s always nice to have plenty of options, but try not to let that be the main focus. 

Know Your Preferences

Every cannabis user is different in terms of personal preference and individualized taste. This doesn’t just apply to consumption methods, like whether you prefer to smoke dried cannabis or chow down on THC-infused edibles. In addition to how you like to consume your weed, it also has to do with the flavors, aromas, and strain profiles you prefer. 

This is even more true for medical users. If you’re using marijuana to treat a condition or alleviate its symptoms, paying close attention to strain and THC vs CBD percentages is a must. Turning to indicas is better for treating conditions like sleep disorders and chronic pain, while sativas are known to be more energizing and promote brain functionality like mental clarity, creativity, and productivity. 

If you already have a few strains in mind that you’d like to buy, that will make the shopping experience much simpler. If you don’t, it’s time to do some research. Some dispensaries offer sample packs containing a variety of strains that allow you to try a little bit of everything, so take advantage of this to start figuring out what you like. 

Look for Fair Pricing and Enticing Promos

One of the biggest issues within the online dispensary world is getting ripped off. This could happen in a variety of different ways, anything from paying too much for low-quality bud to not receiving an order at all. But as long as you’ve read reviews and done your research, your chances of getting ripped off by a reputable dispensary are low.

Before adding items to a shopping cart, browse around a few different dispensaries to compare pricing models. Also look into the current promos and discounts dispensaries are offering. A lot of them have a new customer coupon code for either 10% off the entire order or a freebie of some kind. 

If you prefer to buy your products in bulk, some dispensaries will reward you with this by offering wholesale prices. You should always get a better deal when you buy a pound vs an eighth, so try to dig deep into a dispensary’s wholesale pricing before making any bulk purchases. 

Lastly, Focus on the User Experience

Shopping for weed should be fun, so if you’re struggling with the shopping process or not enjoying yourself while browsing through products, move on to another provider. This process is about YOU, and you need to feel completely comfortable and confident with a dispensary before placing an online order.

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Why the ACMPR Is So Popular with Medical Marijuana Patients in Canada




Depending on your home country, accessing medical marijuana may just be easier than ever for you. This is the case for North Americans, Canadians in particular. Since the early 2000s, Canada has been successfully implementing a medical marijuana program for patients called the ACMPR. 

Although this program (also referred to as the MMPR and MMAR in the past) has been around in some form or another for decades, it is continuing to grow in popularity. But why? It’s not just because Canadians want an excuse to grow cannabis plants from home… 

What Is the ACMPR?

Before discussing the growing popularity of the ACMPR program, it’s important to have a solid understanding of what it actually is. ACMPR stands for Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations. For those who are eligible and have a valid medical condition that requires the use of cannabis for treatment, the ACMPR allows for easy access to cannabis. 

Not only does it allow medical patients to easily access medical-grade marijuana from licensed producers throughout the country, but it allows patients to cultivate their own plants from home. Unlike the recreational cannabis laws which allow citizens to grow no more than 4 plants from home, the ACMPR determines plant counts based on medical needs. 

Canadians who use the ACMPR license to grow from home have a predetermined plant count based on the number of grams prescribed per day. For example, if you receive a prescription…

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Why Buy From Marijuana Seed Banks?



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If you’re interested in growing marijuana and live in a state that allows its cultivation, then you might want to consider buying seeds from seed banks. Some of the best cannabis get cultivated outside the country, which means that, sometimes, you have to find a seed bank that ships to the US. 

There are a lot of options when it comes to sources for marijuana seeds online. However, not all of them can ship to the US due to strict regulations in the country. Thus, it’s best to find a legit seed bank that can process orders from United States customers.  

Avoid transacting with other sources aside from seed banks. If you do so, you run the risk of receiving low-quality products, wasting your money in the end. Look for a company with positive feedback and has a proven history of dealing with US customers. Some of the most popular ones include Seedsman and I Love Growing Marijuana (IGLM). You can check out GreenBudGuru’s Seedsman review and their review of other companies to find the best fit for your needs.

If you’re looking to get your seeds online, below are some reasons you should buy marijuana seeds from a trusted and reliable marijuana seed banks.

You Don’t Have Any Other Option

As mentioned above, some states in the US still don’t allow local buying and selling of marijuana, even if medical marijuana consumption has already gained momentum. If…

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22nd Century Group Inc (NYSE:XXII): 3 Reasons You May Want To Buy The Stock This Month




The tobacco industry is huge and growing. The cannabis industry is already booming yet it is only in the early stages of development and the future looks incredibly bright as more countries legalize pot. 22nd Century Group Inc (NYSE:XXII) is the stock that offers investors the chance to own the best of both tobacco and cannabis worlds.

The stock currently trades at $1.00/share. But that is not where it belongs as that is its lowest watermark. As recently as September, NYSE:XXII was trading above $2.40/share.


For investors who may have just come across 22nd Century Group for the very first time, here is a brief profile of the company. 22nd Century Group is a plant biotechnology company and a leader in tobacco harm reduction. It has also set its sight on the legal hemp and cannabis industries. In the tobacco space, NYSE:XXII has developed a low-nicotine tobacco plant variety. In the hemp/cannabis space, the company is working to develop hemp and cannabis plants with specific desirable qualities.

If you are looking to have a footing in both tobacco and cannabis industries, here are three reasons you may want to buy NYSE:XXII.

  • 22nd Century Group on track to take control of CBD products maker Panacea Life Sciences

On December 3, 22nd Century…

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