A substance added to a product with the intention of altering the quality.
To apply medication direct to a patient’s body. Common forms are ingestion, inhalation and more.
Plant genus that produces a trio of flowering plants. Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Ruderalis are the three species of cannabis.
A natural compound found in some strains of cannabis. CBD has a myriad of medical uses, though unlike THC, it has no psychoactive effects.
The essential chemical compounds found in cannabis.
Cannabis / Marijuana Product
An item that contains cannabis as an ingredient.
A cannabis extract with a higher THC content than flower alone.
To gift, give, or in anyway transfer cannabis.
A blanket term for a safe, legal establishment for accessing cannabis.
Dosed food. Cannabis infused Brownies, cookies and candy are the most common form of cannabis edibles.
A product made from the male cannabis plant that is used in the manufacturing of paper, rope, oils, health and beauty products and much more.
A genetic cross of two or more strains.
Refers to hydroponic or cannabis that has been grown in water opposed to soil.
Refers to oil (usually) that has had cannabis introduced into it.
A species of plant, Indica strains are usually better for relaxing and relieving pain.
A collection of the “weed crystals” which have a much higher concentrate.
The entirety of the cannabis plant in any form.
Any product containing cannabis or any cannabis concentrate.
Marijuana grown and dispensed under conditions put forth by state law and regulations.
Common Abbreviation for Medical Marijuana.
A common term for a pre-rolled cannabis joint or cone.
A concentrate that has been formed by extracting the cannabinoids using a solvent such as butane. Many places are switching to Co2 extraction as it is believed to be a safer and cleaner option.
The specific type of cannabis. Strain often refers to the effects or appearance the plant has and or offers.
THC is an abbreviation for tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. Also referred to as Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol or D9-THC.
A liquid cannabis extract that is usually made with glycerol or alcohol. Small amounts of the tincture are usually placed under the tongue or can be mixed into a drink.
A type of cannabis product that has activated cannabinoids that have been extracted and usually infused into a lotion or balm.