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Buying weed has never been easier. We’re the leading Online Dispensary in Canada – if you’re looking to buy weed online then we’re you one-stop shop. We have everything from premium to budget flowers, pre-rolls and much more.
We usually have loads of discounts and promotions. Any order above $99 qualifies for free express shipping Canada wide, your package will arrive within 1-2 business days for most of the country.
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Get your own marijuana strain, THC or CBD, from the best online dispensary in Canada. We have many varieties of cannabis, marijuana hybrids, concentrates, edibles, and even accessories for smokers. If you’re over 19 and live in Canada, we’re your best choice when it comes to online weed shopping. Have a look at our stock, pick your poison, and buy it while it’s on sale!
Medicinal marijuana has been around for quite some time, and it has helped countless people deal with their illnesses. We recommend buying marijuana strains if you suffer from depression, anxiety, PTSD, brain injury, epilepsy, eating disorders, arthritis, and other issues that impair your lifestyle.
Searching for cannabis or marijuana products will eventually lead you to the so-called hybrid strains. It’s good to know what they are, as well as their benefits when smoking them.
A hybrid strain is a combination of indica and sativa, taking the benefits from each type and mixing together. For instance, if you have two favourite marijuana strains that you absolutely love, one that is Sativa and one that is Indica, chances are there’s a hybrid strain encompassing the benefits of both strains.
This allows the weed industry to expand the potential of medicinal marijuana infinitely. The potential of hybrid strains is practically limitless, allowing consumers to experience combined feelings of relaxation and euphoria simultaneously, for example. Combining a CBD-dominant indica strain with a THC-dominant sativa strain will result in a hybrid where both cannabinoids are present.
Just as there are CBD and THC-dominant strains, those same strains are either indica, sativa, or hybrids. Each group has unique characteristics that make them appealing to different marijuana consumers.
Indica strains are shorter in stature, they have broader leaves and shorter flowering cycles. This means you won’t wait as much when growing your own indica strain. Moreover, a colder climate is most efficient at ensuring their optimal growth conditions. However, marijuana growers prefer indica strains for other reasons.
Essentially, there are three types of Indica strains – rich in THC or CBD, and hybrids. With CBD-dominant indica strains, you can expect:
- Emphasis on relaxation
- Soothing and calming effects
- Natural physical sedation
On the other hand, THC-dominant indica strains bring about:
- Intense feelings of euphoria
- Uplifting sentiments
Hybrid indica strains have varied THC or CBD levels, depending on the characteristics of their parents.
Sativa marijuana strains are the exact opposite of indicas, in that they are taller, they have narrower leaves, a longer flowering cycle, and they thrive in warmer climates. Many of our members buy sativa strains out of personal preference or because they can easily provide the optimal growth environment for these plants.
Regarding their psychoactive characteristics, sativas are similar to indicas in that their THC and CBD contents lead to specific effects. The more THC they have, the more energetic they are, while more CBD results in calmness, relaxation, and even sleepiness.
It’s a common misconception that leads many consumers to use the indica or sativa indicatives when asking for marijuana strains. Most of the time, those consumers are interested in THC or CBD-dominant strains, and the indica-sativa classification is irrelevant in this case.
That’s because there are indica strains rich in THC and CBD, just as there are sativa strains with more THC or CBD. The only important things about sativa strains are the leaf shape, flowering cycle, and growth conditions.
Flower Quality: A vs. AAAA
When it comes to the quality of the weed flower, most online shops will grade their products on the A-scale. The more A’s a product has, the more potent and quality-oriented it is. On our Canadian online weed shop, we provide various products with specific properties and varying potency levels, each with its own quality level.
In the process of checking for the quality of weed, we inspect the following:
- No mold
- The presence of a pungent aroma (always a strong quality indicator)
- Glassy appearance (the glassier the weed, the more trichomes it has)
- Stickiness (similarly, a sticky weed plant has more trichomes)
- No ill-effects upon smoking
- The presence of a powdery, white ash forming upon smoking the plant
A single-A product sold on our website will have lighter and subtler effects when compared to an AAAA (AKA Quad) weed plant. The latter is much more potent, and it overwhelms your senses instantly. Depending on the THC and CBD levels, the potency of a marijuana plant translates to intense euphoria and energy or a mellow feeling of relaxation and comfort.
That’s the only differentiating factor between A and AAAaA-graded products on our website – the potency. Other than that, all our products have been checked for integrity, structure, and pureness. We have made sure that our growers use the best-growing methods and standards, so we can provide you with the highest quality weed on the market.
Pre-rolls, also known as joints, have been a staple of the weed industry ever since the beginning. They fulfill many roles, including social gifts that you offer to newcomers in your smoking circle. Many consumers like to exchange such pre-rolls that they make themselves.
Unfortunately, online pre-rolls have a bad reputation around the world because many are of bad quality. Some retailers take advantage of the paper that hides the pre-roll content to insert low-quality weed which you only discover once the product arrives at your door. Manual pre-rolls that people make themselves have a much better reputation by comparison.
The shake is the main component of a pre-roll, and it consists of small flower leftovers after the cannabis is put into jars by the budtenders. Instead of wasting this produce, our online weed shop uses that shake to manufacture quality pre-rolls. How do you know they are high-quality? Simply because the shake we use to make pre-rolls originates from the same premium cannabis strains we sell online. The quality is the same.
Effects of THC vs. CBD
THC and CBD are the main psychoactive ingredients present in any of the weed strains we sell. They’re the reason you get high on weed and experience those pleasant feelings of euphoria, happiness, and relaxation. Each marijuana strain that we sell differs in THC or CBD concentration, and this leads to varying effects on consumers.
Over time, people have shown a keen interest in THC-dominated marijuana strains because it offers a more potent and intoxicating experience. Your perception and state of consciousness often become altered, you might experience emotional spikes, and even your behaviour will change for the time being. This is all a result of the THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) being in high levels and affecting the brain.
- Strong euphoria and happiness
- A powerful surge of energy
- A dynamic boost
- Strong therapeutic effects
On the other hand, with CBD-dominant marijuana strains, you can expect:
- Feelings of prolonged relaxation
- A mellow mind
- Alleviation of pains, depression, and other illnesses
- Slow and natural changes to your body
THC Deep Dive
Tetrahydrocannabinol, generally known as THC, is the main psychoactive compound found in cannabis. This is what gets you high when smoking the marijuana plant, and it’s also responsible for all the after-effects you experience. But what is THC, and how does it affect your brain?
THC, alongside CBD and a hundred other ones, are a type of cannabinoids contained within the cannabis plant. All of them interact with mood, pain, and other receptors in the brain, resulting in various experiences. THC is the most popular among these cannabinoids because it is responsible for the energetic and euphoric feel when consuming marijuana.
Quick origin story – THC was first discovered in 1964 when an Israeli chemist used a strain of Lebanese hashish to synthesize the THC compound. This was a key point in the history of cannabis research, and it led to the discovery of other psychoactive cannabinoids.
THC binds to several neural receptors (CB1 and CB2) within the brain’s endocannabinoid system (ECS), which leads to a state of high. That same state of high can appear from natural cannabinoids that our body produces. These are called endogenous cannabinoids (anandamide and 2AG). If you’ve heard of the term “runner’s high”, anandamide is responsible for it.
The intoxicating effects that THC produces by binding on the brain’s cannabinoid receptors vary from person to person. However, most consumers will experience some or all of the following symptoms:
- Strong euphoria
- Pain and muscle aches alleviation
- A sense of relaxation
- Peace of mind
- Dry mouth
- Red eyes
You may or may not feel any adverse effects after consuming THC-dominant marijuana strains. For instance, if you’re a complete beginner with zero weed experience, your body will react strongly to the THC intake. This will potentially lead to states of anxiety or paranoia. That’s why we often recommend you start with less potent strains, and go from there.
Last but not least, THC might help you with the following conditions: ADHD, sleep apnea, appetite loss, insomnia, nausea, cancer, Crohn’s Disease, glaucoma, etc. We’re saying it “might” help you because the research is sparse, and we only have our clients’ confessions to go by.
CBD Deep Dive
The second most important and abundant cannabinoid found in cannabis is CBD (cannabidiol). Just like THC, CBD interacts (indirectly) with the cannabinoid receptors in a human’s endocannabinoid system. However, unlike THC, CBD doesn’t have any intoxicating effects. Instead, its emphasis is on therapeutic effects and medical applications.
What do we mean by a lack of intoxicating effects? You might have guessed it – CBD won’t get you high. The reason for that is simple – CBD doesn’t directly interact with CB1, the main receptor that THC affects. As a matter of fact, CBD might actually suppress the effects of THC on the CB1 receptor, preventing you from getting high.
Therefore, a marijuana strain with more CBD is more likely to result in less intoxicating experiences. The CBD compound will block off the THC’s attempts to activate the CB1 receptor in the endocannabinoid system. This makes it essential for you to choose a strain with the right THC:CBD ratio. Usually, the most potent strains we sell have less than 1% CBD.
However, there’s a plus to all this. CBD will lessen the impact of the THC compound on your body. Previously, we’ve said that high THC levels might lead to anxiety, dizziness, and even short-term memory impairment. Well, there’s a way to avoid that, and that’s by balancing out the THC:CBD ratio. Find a marijuana strain with the right CBD abundance, and the negative effects of THC will be lessened.
CBD’s potential for therapeutic application is overwhelming, though, and scientists have conducted various tests, clinical trials, and in vitro experiments in this sense. They’re investigating the behavioural and physiological effects on animals, as well as its pharmacological benefits with test-tube experiments.
Perhaps the key avenue of research on CBD is the one leading to a treatment of childhood epilepsy. Several clinical trials and experiments are being done to prove CBD’s importance here. Moreover, there is evidence pointing to the anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and neuroprotective effects of CBD on the human body.
Unlike THC, the CBD compound doesn’t directly interact with any of the cannabinoid receptors in the endocannabinoid system. What it does is affect the signals sent to these receptors by THC, lessening its impact, and emphasizing the positive effects. Moreover, CBD leads to the creation of natural cannabinoids by preventing some enzymes from breaking them down.
The wonders of CBD don’t stop here though. This compound also interacts (directly this time) with opioid receptors, dopamine receptors, and serotonin receptors. This means CBD plays a part in pain regulation, reward-seeking behaviour, and the prevention of drug-seeking behaviour, all at the same time. There is a lot of uncovered potential in CBD’s case, and only further experiments will let us know more.
Unfortunately the best stock is what sells out the fastest. We’ve collected our most popular online weed previous strains here. If there’s any strain that you would like to see back in the store let us know!