Cannabis strains, products,


recommendations, and reviews.

Cannabis strains, products, recommendations, and reviews.

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Product Ratios

Cannabis product ratios refer to the proportional ratios of different cannabinoids present in a cannabis product. These ratios are used to describe the composition of the product and can help consumers understand the potential effects, flavors, and therapeutic benefits they might experience. Ratios are often expressed as a combination of cannabinoids and terpenes. The right ratio can vary widely from person to person, as individuals have different tolerances, preferences, and medical needs.


For example, a common ratio might be “1:1 THC/CBD,” indicating an equal balance of THC and CBD in the product. Another example is a terpene ratio, such as “high myrcene.” Yet the large majority do not state the quantity of the terpenes in a product unless it’s flower.

Micro Dosing

Micro dosing cannabis involves consuming very small, lower amounts of cannabis in order to achieve the subtle effects from cannabis products. The goal of micro dosing is to experience the potential therapeutic benefits of cannabis without feeling overly “high” or impaired. Micro dosing allows users to maintain a functional state while still benefiting from the plant’s effects. Cutting an edibles in half, taking less puffs of your joint, less drops of your tincture, are all examples of micro dosing.


Micro doses are usually much smaller than typical doses of cannabis. Micro dosing is highly individualized. What works as a micro dose for one person might be different for another due to factors like tolerance, metabolism, and sensitivity. Typically, a micro dose might be around 2.5 to 5 milligrams of THC or even less. For those with higher tolerances, 10milligrams might be suitable. This helps to find the lowest effective dose for the desired benefits.


Cannabis terpenes are fragrant substances present in the essential oils derived from the cannabis plant. These substances are responsible for the characteristic aromas and flavors associated with different strains of cannabis. Terpenes are not exclusive to cannabis as they can also be found in various other plants and contribute to the smell and taste of fruits, flowers, and herbs.


Terpenes play a crucial role in the overall cannabis experience, impacting not only the scent and flavor but also potentially interacting with other compounds within the plant, such as cannabinoids, to produce diverse effects.


Cannabinoids are elements of substances found in the cannabis plant. These compounds interact with specific receptors in the body, known as CB1 and CB2 receptors, in our endocannabinoid system. The affects you feel are majorly from the different cannabinoids reacting with your body and brain. Many of the cannabinoids do not produce an intoxicating effect. The most known cannabinoid is THC will does get you high as well THCV and CBN. CBD can help prevent the intoxicating effects that THC provides if a larger balance of CBD is taken at the same time. For example, a product with a ratio of 10:1 CBD:THC, with 10 parts CBD to 1 part THC is present.

Cannabis concentrates are highly potent extracts that are derived from the cannabis plant. These concentrates contain a higher concentration of cannabinoids compared to traditional cannabis flower. They are created through various extraction methods that separate the desirable compounds from the plant material, resulting in a more potent and often more flavorful product. Concentrates come in various forms, each with its own unique characteristics and uses. Due to their high potency, use them with caution.


Hash, kief, shatter, wax and badder, crumble, live resin, rosin, distillate, sauce or terp sauce, and THCA diamonds are examples of concentrates.

Shopping for cannabis products can be an exciting but sometimes overwhelming experience due to the variety of options available. We want to share some useful shopping tips that can assist you in making well-informed decisions while ensuring a positive experience overall.

  • Determine your goals for using cannabis in the first place. Are you seeking relaxation, pain relief, energy, or something else? This will guide your product choices.
  • User reviews about strains and products will help guide you to finding the best product for you at this point.
  • Stay open-minded and be willing to try new products and strains. Sales are great but be sure your needs match the reviews of the product.

Remember, individual responses to cannabis can vary, and it’s essential to prioritize safety, moderation, and informed decision-making. This is what our entire platform is created for. Please be patient as the effects of various consumption methods (such as smoking, edibles, etc.) may differ in terms of start time and end time.

  • Probably most important fact is this, if you’re new to cannabis or trying a new product, start with a low dose. You can always consume more if needed, but find out how it affects you first.
  • Understand which cannabinoids make you high. THC, CBN, THCV, all have the psychoactive compound responsible for the “high.” CBN and THCV cause mild intoxication. THCA also causes a “high,” but only if heat is used (smoking, vaping, or cooking).
  • Terpenes contribute to the aroma and effects of cannabis. Many companies use terpenes to direct the effects of a product.
  • Descriptive words like chill, ebb, uplifting, will be used to showcase the possible effects provided by the product.
  • Different strains have different effects. Look up reviews of a product to match your desired experience.

Different cannabis product types are being made to provide consumers with a variety of options for consuming cannabis, each catering to different preferences, needs, and lifestyles. Different products can offer unique experiences, the cannabis industry is evolving rapidly, and different concentrates make it easier for consumers to find their specific preference.

  • Different products offer different onset times. While smoking provides an immediate effect, while edibles can take 30 minutes to 2 hours to feel the effects.
  • Most concentrates result in a more potent and often more flavorful product. They may offer a more fulfilling experience as well.
  • The term, “full spectrum,” is used to describe the collaboration of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other beneficial compounds naturally present from the cannabis plant. Full spectrum will normally provide a better experience from the cannabis product.

How long does cannabis stay in your system?

If you’re facing a drug test and are concerned about the results, the best approach is to be honest with yourself on whether you should consume cannabis products in the first place. For all those who want to know the estimated time cannabis stays in your system, the information is below and in the detailed curriculum.

  • Urine Test: moderate use (a couple times a week) – 7 days or more.
  • Urine Test: heavy use (few times a day): 30 days or more.
  • Saliva Test: Possibly 3 days or more.
  • Hair Test: Possibly 3 months or more.


Can I search for a strain by symptom.


Many online resources and cannabis databases allow you to search for strains that are commonly associated with alleviating certain symptoms. Click here, if you want to see 37 common symptoms that cannabis may assist you with.

Is there a location to see commonly asked cannabis questions?


Absolutely, there are several commonly asked questions when it comes to cannabis products. Visit here, to see all of the common cannabis knowledge that you might need answered.

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