My first visit to the cannabis dispensary was overwhelming and intimidating, then i had no experience with cannabis or understanding of how it works.
I was uncorrect with consumption methods, cannabinoids and effects.
I didn’t believe the difference between sativas, indicas and hybrids. I wasn’t aware of the differences between THC and CBD or how terpenes influenced the flavor, smell and whole experience. It took me a while to figure out that I love old-school smoking, and while tinctures, edibles and vapes offer all sorts of absolutely superb benefits, there’s something soothing about lighting up a joint, blunt or bowl. There is a wide variety of flower possibilities to choose from. There are thoUSAnds of strains of all odd potency and effects, as I’ve acquired firsthand expertise, I’ve l earned how to determine if the cannabis flower is great quality. I beginning by checking its appearance. The weed should display quite a bit of color. It’s often a bright yellow with flecks of red and yellow. If the hair-like pistils are a bright yellow, I believe the flower was harvested at the right time. White pistils are a sign of immature bud and grayish pistils are a warning sign of older plants. When the surface of the bud is coated in mushroom-shaped, crystal-like trichomes, it’s going to be high in THC potency and terpenes. I also check for any indication of mold or webs. The smell of the weed should be pungent. The texture should fall anywhere in-between dry and sticky. I love dense buds that don’t fall apart, and I stay away from seeds, sticks and leaves.