How Do You Grow Cannabis Outdoors?

How to Grow Cannabis Outdoors If you ask the average person how hard they think it is to grow cannabis outdoors, you’re likely to get an answer something along the lines of, “it grows like a weed, right?” Honestly, they’re not wrong! The cannabis plant dates back as far as...

How is Cannabis Harvested?

How is Cannabis Harvested? After the longest summer in history, fall vibes are definitely welcomed and you know that means, right? No, not pumpkin spice! We’re talking about Croptober! You know, the unofficial 5th season that spans from around mid-September, throughout October, and into November when cannabis crops grown outdoors...

What Are Different Ways to Grow Cannabis?

The Different Ways to Grow CannabisWhat a time to be alive, especially if you are a cannabis consumer! With so many ways to grow cannabis, the variety of medicated selections continues to expand.From old school flowers and pre-rolls, to an endless array of delectable cannabis-infused edibles, to highly potent concentrates,...

What is Croptober?

As summer bleeds into fall across the Northern Hemisphere, the cannabis supply chain eagerly awaits the annual arrival of a different sort of season called Croptober.As the name implies, Croptober refers to the month of October when the vast majority of outdoor, or sungrown, cannabis crops have reached their peak...

What Are Concentrates and Extracts and How Are They Made?

To celebrate 7/10 we’re breaking down 3 common extraction methods that produce your favorite types of concentrates and extracts. Looking for a safe product to celebrate with? We’ve got you covered! Read on and check out some safe products, perfect for your 7/10 weekend (or any weekend). Why do we...

All About Cannabinoids: The “Miracle” Molecules Found in Cannabis

What is a Cannabinoid? Cannabinoids—such as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol)—are naturally occurring chemical compounds found in the plant Cannabis sativa that work in combination to produce varying psychoactive and non-psychoactive effects. At least 113 different cannabinoids have been identified in the cannabis plant to date.   When consumed by ingestion, inhalation, or topically, these compounds are known to interact with cannabinoid receptors in the human...

Why Cannabis Terpenes Are A (Really) Big Deal

What is a Terpene? Terpenes or “terps” as they are affectionately called, are aromatic compounds found in plants, fruits, and herbs (even in some animals!) that determine scent and flavor.   In nature, differing terpene profiles can both attract pollinators as well as provide a defense mechanism to repel predators, such as insects. Terpenes have also been found to help plants recover from...