Frequently asked questions
You don’t need a card to walk in. Anyone can come in for a consultation or to purchase CBD or accessories. A license is required to purchase THC products.
Yes, we consult in the shop all day long, but if you would like to have some one-on-one time with a caregiver, please give us a call to set up a private consultation. We are able to schedule these outside of business hours if needed.
We grow all of our own cannabis. Our grow is indoors, to ensure a regular supply.
Since everyone buying THC from us is a medical patient with a medical need for our medicine, we do not charge based on potency. All strains are priced the same.
Again, these are legal and political distinctions only. Cannabis that has been designated “Medical Marijuana” is often more potent, and typically is taxed at a lesser rate. The state of Maine does not currently make any distinction between “Medical” and “Adult Use” cannabis.
Both hemp and marijuana are Cannabis Sativa plants, and the term has more to do with a legal distinction. To be considered Industrial Hemp, plants are required by law to contain LESS than .3% THC. Plants containing MORE than .3% THC are legally labeled “Marijuana.”
CBD stands for Cannabidiol, and is one of over 100 known cannabinoids found in Cannabis. It is a non-psychoactive component of Cannabis. It is a very powerful anti-inflammatory compound. If you have arthritis, or other age-related pains, CBD is your jam! We also use CBD in therapies to help conditions like anxiety, PTSD, Autism, insomnia, Fibromyalgia and seizure disorders. The list goes on and on, please speak with a Cannabis Caregivers to find out if CBD is right for you!
The difference is in which plant is used for derivation. CBD is always CBD, whether you get it from hemp or marijuana (just like Colleen’s classiest example “H2O is H2O, whether it comes out of the lake or the toilet”). However, CBD derived from Marijuana plants will contain THC, and therefore is psychoactive, and illegal without a med card. Some claim that Marijuana derived CBD “works better”. In general, whatever is closest to “the whole plant” is best, but there are occasions when patients cannot or will not consume THC. Hemp CBD may be a fantastic option for them.
NO- Cannabis molecules are too big to go into your blood stream via the skin. There is NO high when using cannabis topically, nor can topical cannabis trigger the failure of a drug test.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a tremendous anti-inflammatory, and is excellent for pets with arthritis or age-related aches and pains. Also good for post surgical recovery. CBD can also help calm pets with anxiety from thunder, fireworks or car rides.
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Monday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM