Do you sell edibles?
Why, yes, we do! Check out our Aurora Drift Peppermint Chillers. Each 5-pack of mints contain 10 mg of THC for an upbeat, euphoric and clear-headed focus. We also sell dark chocolate squares, premium cannabis tea and soft baked chocolate cookies. Check out our full menu on Leafly.ca for details (page 2) or give us a call.
Can CBD make me high?
No, CBD (cannabinoid) will not make you high because unlike THC (also a cannabinoid), CBD does not activate CB1 receptors to cause the trademark “high” associated with consumption. CBD is consumed largely for claims as an anti-anxiety and pain control agent.
How much cannabis can I order in one transaction?
You may purchase up to 30 grams of dried cannabis or the equivalent in extracts, seeds, edibles, or topicals.
Where can I legally use cannabis?
Cannabis may be used in private. It can be smoked or vaped in public in the same places where tobacco can be smoked or vaped, except in places where children commonly gather. Check your local smoking bylaws to be sure.
What ID do I need to show when purchasing cannabis?
You must show two pieces of ID, one of which must be issued by a government agency and include your name, birth date, and picture. The second must include an imprint of your name, signature and/or picture.
What is the equivalency for products other than dried cannabis?
The 30 gram possession limit in the Cannabis Act is based on dried cannabis. Equivalents were developed for other cannabis products to identify what their possession limit would be. One (1) gram of dried cannabis is equal to:
- – 5 grams of fresh cannabis
- – 15 grams of edible product
- – 70 grams of liquid product
- – 0.25 grams of concentrates (solid or liquid)
- – 1 cannabis plant seed
Who provides cannabis to the BC Liquor Distribution Branch?
The LDB will only purchase non-medical cannabis from licensed producers
, approved by Health Canada.
What’s a strain?
Strains are different varieties of cannabis that each come with their own unique array of cannabinoids and terpenes. Different strains may result in a different experience, depending on a number of factors.
Can I bring my underage child into Blossoming Buds Cannabis?
No, unlike BC Liquor Stores, you may not bring anyone under the age of 19 into our store.
What are cannabinoids?
Cannabis contains hundreds of chemical substances. More than 100 of these are known as cannabinoids, including tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), that are made and stored in the plant’s trichomes.
What are terpenes?
Terpenes are chemicals made and stored in the trichomes of the cannabis plant, with the cannabanoids. Terpenes give cannabis its distinctive smell. The exact effects of terpenes on their own, and within cannabis are currently unknown.
What are indica, sativa, hybrid and high-CBD products?
Generally known by its Latin name, Cannabis sativa, cannabis has historically been thought of as consisting of at least two types, indica and sativa, which are believed to differ in terms of places of origin, height, and leaf shape. Most strains today are hybrids, a genetic cross between indica and sativa plants. A high-CBD product, containing greater than four percent CBD by weight, may be either indica-dominant, sativa-dominant, or a hybrid.
What is the product label information telling me?
Product labels will include the name and contact information of the producer, a brand name, the amount of THC and CBD, storage instructions, quality attributes, safety warnings, packaging date, lot number, weight, and Health Canada’s THC warning symbol.
Why do amounts of THC and CBD in a product sometimes change?
Total cannabinoids in a particular strain can differ slightly from one batch to the next, depending on a number of factors. It’s important to remember that cannabis is a plant and it is common for some variability to occur.
How can I tell how strong my product is?
Each product label will include the pre-consumption and total amounts of THC and CBD, in a percentage of the product’s weight. The higher the percentage, the more concentrated the products.
I don't want to smoke cannabis. Are there other ways to use it?
Yes, other ways to use cannabis include cannabis oil products, including sublingual oils (placed under the tongue), capsules, topicals, and edibles (including soft chews, mints, and beverages).
How do I store my cannabis after I've purchased it?
Store your cannabis in sealed container in a cool dark place, in a locked, child-proof container away from children, teens, and pets.
Can I touch the product before I buy it?
No, only cannabis consultants are permitted to handle the dried flower products to preserve the fresh quality of the cannabis.
Can I return a product after I've opened the package?
No, with the exception of recalled or defective products. For those products shipped in error, only unopened products that have no signs of visible tampering may be returned with a receipt.
If I don't like the experience of the product, can I return it?