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Frequently asked questions

What are the differences between cannabis species?

Genus: Cannabis


Species: C. indica, C. sativa, C. ruderalis

Sativas are known for their “head high,” an invigorating effect that can help reduce anxiety or stress and increase creativity and focus. Indicas are typically associated with full-body effects, such as increasing deep relaxation and reducing insomnia.

With all that  said, contrary to popular belief, the species of cannabis you consume doesn’t indicate the varying effects you can expect to experience necessarily. 

That’s right, indica doesn’t always chill you out, nor does sativa always energize you. Regardless of species, it’s a strain’s unique mix of cannabinoids and terpenes that gets you in the groove. In fact, most modern-day strains of cannabis are crossbreeds (a mix of species), with very few linking back to their pure lineage.

Taxonomy terms such as indica or sativa are best used to categorize the varying climates, appearances, origins and growth patterns of each variety. The combination of cannabinoids and terpenes present, regardless of species, is the best predictor of consumption effects.

Compared to sativa and indica, ruderalis has much lower levels of THC and higher levels of CBD. Cannabis ruderalis strains are often combined with other strains and used for medicinal purposes rather than recreational use. High levels of CBD could make ruderalis strains a possible treatment for epilepsy.

What are terpenes and their effects?

There are about 400 known terpenes in cannabis, but experts have only linked a handful of them to specific effects.

Here are some common terpenes and their potential effects:

  • Beta-caryophyllene. A major ingredient in cloves, rosemary, and hops, beta-caryophyllene could beTrusted Source beneficial for managing symptoms of anxiety and depression.
  • Beta-pinene. If you’ve strolled through a coniferous forest, you know the smell of beta-pinene, which could also have potentially both anti-depressantTrusted Source and anti-cancerTrusted Source properties.
  • Humulene. This terpene is found in ginseng, which has long been used in folk medicine for energizing effects.
  • Limonene. One of the most commonly found terpenes, limonene has distinct citrus notes and may potentially haveTrusted Source anti-cancer properties. In mice, it’s been shown Trusted Sourceto have anti-anxiety properties.
  • Linalool. Lovers of lavender as aromatherapy may want to seek out cannabis with linalool, which may helpTrusted Source alleviate stress.
  • Myrcene. Found in mangoes, myrcene hasTrusted Source antifungal and antibacterial properties and could alsoTrusted Source have sedating effects.

Keep in mind that much of the research around terpenes is still in early stages. More high quality studies in humans are needed to fully understand the health impacts of different terpene profiles.

What are cannabinoids?

Molecular yet mighty, cannabinoids are chemical compounds that stimulate the CB1 receptor in the brain, resulting in a spectrum of benefits and effects. Here, we’ll focus on the most common: THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol).


Choosing a strain that’s THC-dominant will give you the intoxicating “high” that’s commonly paraded in pop culture. The psychoactive effect is balanced and damped by the level of CBD in the strain.

  • Alters consciousness and perspectives
  • Produces feelings of euphoria


Choosing a strain that’s CBD-dominant will give you a grounded “body” experience. This cannabinoid is non-psychoactive, making it desirable to those with THC sensitivities.

  • Little to no psychoactive effects

THC/CBD balanced

Choosing a strain with a balance of THC and CBD will harmonize the overall effects of each cannabinoid. CBD cushions the CB1 adaptor in the brain, softening the psychoactive effects of THC.

What is Hash?

Hash is a resin extract from the glands of cannabis plants. The glands are called trichomes and are found on the plant’s surface, and, the resin once extracted and processed, takes on a concentrated paste form. Hash has dark green or brown colouring and is typically sold in bricks or balls that contain the resinous substance.

How many mg should I take when considering an edible?

How do you consume cannabis products?

After purchasing cannabis products, you can consume them by:

  • Smoking: Joints, pipes and bongs
  • Vapourizing: Breathing in dried or concentrated cannabis through a vaping device
  • Drinking or eating: Store bought or homemade edibles made from cannabis oil or dried cannabis
  • Ingesting: Capsules containing cannabis oil
How much cannabis can I legally possess at one time?

You are allowed to possess up to 30 grams of dried legal cannabis or equivalent in public.

Do you sell Clones?

Yes, when in season.

How much cannabis can I grow at home?

Under federal law, you’ll be allowed to cultivate up to 4 plants in your own residence, equaling 4 plants total per household. Some provinces may restrict whether or how you may grow at home. If you rent or live in a condo, you may also be subject to restrictions imposed by your landlord or condo by-laws.

Can I consume cannabis in public in Toronto?

In short yes, one is welcome to smoke at a private residents, public streets, designated smoking rooms(ares), however it is important to remember that it is not allowed in places where cigarette smoking isn't allowed. It is illegal to smoke in children's playgrounds, within 9 meters of an entrance or exit of someones building or workplace, or indoors. 

How old must I be to legally buy cannabis, and what forms of ID are acceptable in Ontario?

We accept any form of valid, government-issued ID as proof of age including, a Driver’s Licence, Age of Majority Card or Passport that proves you are 19 years of age or older.

To be deemed valid your ID must include all of the following:

  • a photo;
  • a name;
  • a signature;
  • be government issued;
  • date of birth;
  • not be expired;
  • have a unique identifier number
Can I buy weed online in Toronto?

Yes! You can place an order through our website at for delivery, pickup or Nationwide shipping.

How can I order delivery?

Yes! orders can we done though our websites. Simply select the items you wish and add to cart! Click the following link for more detail on delivery and Nationwide shipping. 

Can I ship my product if I reside outside of the GTA

Yes, even if Don't see your postal code listed, you can still order from us!

Aside from our 24 hour delivery, we offer dignified access to ALL of our Members regardless of where you are located.  This is where our new & improved nation-wide shipping comes in. In order to calculate shipping costs and estimated time of delivery for these orders, please call us at (647) 544-5652 or visit us in store at 202 Spadina Avenue / 38 Fort York Blvd and we will be happy to assist you. 

What payments are accepted? Can I pay online?

For in-store purchases we accept cash, credit and online payment (e-trasnfer) to [email protected].

For delivery orders we accept cash or online payment (e-trasnfer) to [email protected].

For nationwide shipping we accept online payment (e-trasnfer) to [email protected].


Can I get deals on Cannabis, Hash, Edibles?

Yes, as that is how it has alway been. The more you buy the cheaper the price.

If you buy 7 Grams of flower you get 1G for FREE!

If you buy 3 prerolls you get $5 OFF, if you buy 5 prerolls you get $10 OFF!


$10 (AA)strains $150
$13 (AAA)strains $200
$15 (AAAA) strains $250

Anything below $10 is $112 or ONLY $90 during our harvest sale. 



How do I become a member and most importantly why?

Becoming a member is easy. Simply come in or give us a call and one of our employees would be happy to set up an account for you. We will ask you share with us your name, number and email. once you are a member now you can start collecting points which in turn can be used at our store as cash used for your next purchase. When you sign up you get an automatic 200 points to start and a FREE preroll. Below you will find how our point system is converted into dollars. 



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