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By 1964

THC: 24 - 30 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %
$44.99$139.99

Pure Sunfarms : KUSH GOD

By Pure Sunfarms

THC: 23 - 29 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %

Pure Sunfarms : KUSH GOD

By Pure Sunfarms

THC: 23 - 29 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %
$44.99$139.99
$26.99$149.99

By LowKey by MTL Cannabis

THC: 25 - 30 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %
$72.99$139.99

Sweetgrass Organic Cannabis : CRUSHED VELVET

By SweetGrass

THC: 28 - 31 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %

Sweetgrass Organic Cannabis : CRUSHED VELVET

By SweetGrass

THC: 28 - 31 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %
$72.99$139.99
$19.99$69.99

BC Weed Co.: GSC

By BC Weed Co, BC Weed Co.

THC: 25 - 34 %
CBD: 0 - 0.3 %

BC Weed Co.: GSC

By BC Weed Co, BC Weed Co.

THC: 25 - 34 %
CBD: 0 - 0.3 %
$19.99$69.99
$19.99$69.99

BC Weed Co. : COCO BAMBA

By BC Weed Co.

Indica

THC: 25 - 29 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %

BC Weed Co. : COCO BAMBA

By BC Weed Co.

Indica

THC: 25 - 29 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %
$19.99$69.99
$11.99$34.99

1964 : BLUE DREAM

By 1964

THC: 18 - 23 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %

1964 : BLUE DREAM

By 1964

THC: 18 - 23 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %
$11.99$34.99
$82.99

BC Green : CEMENT SHOES

By BC Green

Hybrid

THC: 23 - 26 %
CBD: 0 - 0.2 %

BC Green : CEMENT SHOES

By BC Green

Hybrid

THC: 23 - 26 %
CBD: 0 - 0.2 %
$82.99
$26.99$129.99

Pure Sunfarms: Pink Kush

By Pink Kush

Indica

THC: 18 - 23 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %

Pure Sunfarms: Pink Kush

By Pink Kush

Indica

THC: 18 - 23 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %
$26.99$129.99
$8.99$139.99

3Saints : KUSH COOKIES

By 3Saints

Indica

THC: 23 - 30 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %

3Saints : KUSH COOKIES

By 3Saints

Indica

THC: 23 - 30 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %
$8.99$139.99
$39.99$134.99

Homestead : BANDWAGON INDICA

By Homestead

Indica

THC: 22 - 28 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %

Homestead : BANDWAGON INDICA

By Homestead

Indica

THC: 22 - 28 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %
$39.99$134.99
$79.99

By Bake Sale

Indica

THC: 17 - 23 %
CBD: 0 - 1 %

Cannabis Flower 

The term cannabis flower is used to describe the dried flower bud, or nug, of a female cannabis plant. The flower of the cannabis plant is what is often harvested, dried, cured, and sold in dispensaries, however it is also used to make extracts, tinctures, and oils.

The euphoric effects of marijuana smoke are produced in part by the whole range of cannabinoids found in marijuana's flower. THC and terpenes, the natural scents found in the oils of flowering marijuana, are abundant in the flavonoids and trichomes found in this extract. Researchers are still trying to pin down the full range of chemicals present in marijuana flowers and their potential effects on the human body.

Benefits of Using Cannabis Flowers

Cannabis flower is a simple and easy way to consume cannabis, making it a great choice for those who are familiar with smoking or vaping. It is fast-acting and gets the cannabinoids into your system quickly. Other forms of medication can have downsides such as difficulty with dosing, overwhelming strength, or lack of effectiveness for hard-to-reach areas. 

Cannabis flower is also easier to dose than other forms, and you can measure out the amount of cannabis you want to use with a simple food scale. It is also versatile in its uses, as nearly all other forms of consumption come from cannabis flower anyways. Making your own cannabis products from the flower you buy is a great way to save money and control the dosage of your own products.

Cannabis Flowers Products

Here are some of the available products made from cannabis flowers:

Dried Flowers

One of the most common and usual ways to use cannabis is to smoke dried cannabis flowers, which is just the dried and cured buds of the female cannabis plant. You can use it by breaking off a small piece of the flower, putting it in a pipe or joint, lighting it, and inhaling the smoke.

There are many famous strains of dried cannabis flower, and each has its own effects and tastes. Sativa strains are known for making people feel energized and happy, while Indica strains are known for making people feel calm and relaxed. Hybrid strains are a mix of the two, and their effects are a good mix of the two. Blue Dream, Girl Scout Cookies, and OG Kush are all well-known dried cannabis flower strains. 

Each strain has its own affects, tastes, and smells, which can help you find the right one for you.

The effects of dried cannabis flower depend on the strain, the amount you take, and your own body. Usually, the benefits can range from making you feel calm and relaxed to making you feel energized and happy. 

Some people use dried cannabis flowers to alleviate health problems like chronic pain, anxiety, and sadness. Some people use it as a hobby to improve their happiness or creativity. Dried cannabis flower is a great choice for both medical and recreational uses because it can be used in many different ways and has a wide range of strains and effects.

Pre-ground Cannabis

People who don't want to deal with whole buds or who want to save time when getting ready to use cannabis can buy it already ground up. This type of marijuana is basically dried flower that has been ground up into smaller pieces, making it easier to pack into a bowl, roll into a joint, or use in a vape. Pre-ground cannabis can be a great choice for people who want convenience and ease of use while still getting the unique benefits of different strains.

Cannabis Seeds

The cannabis plant's reproductive organ is its seed, which is frequently used to propagate new plants. The seeds can be ordered online or bought at a dispensary and are often offered in packs. Cannabis seeds can be used to cultivate your own plants at home, which can be exciting and fulfilling. When your plants are fully grown, you can harvest and dry the blossoms so you can smoke, vape, or make food with them. 

High THC Flowers

As the name suggests, high THC flower has more of the chemical tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) than other types of weed. THC is the main psychoactive substance in cannabis. It is what makes people feel high or happy when they use it. High-THC flowers usually have at least 20% THC and come in types like White Widow, OG Kush, and Sour Diesel.

You can smoke high THC flowers in a joint or pipe, or you can use a vape. Smoking can have quick benefits, but there are also risks that come with breathing in smoke. Vaping can be a safer choice because it heats the flower without burning it and makes a vapor that can be inhaled. The effects of high-THC flower depend on the strain and the person who uses it, but in general, it makes people feel calmer, happier, and more hungry. It's important to remember that high THC flowers might not be right for everyone, especially those who are new to weed or have a low tolerance. 

FAQ

What to do with dried flower petals?

There are a few things you can do with dried cannabis flower leaves that you no longer need or want. You can throw them away in the trash or compost them, based on the rules in your area and your own preferences. 

Another choice is to find other ways to use them. Some people, for example, use the dried petals of cannabis flowers to make candles, bath bombs, and other beauty items at home. Others put them in their food or make infused oils or medicines with them. 

It's important to remember, though, that these uses may need more processing or preparation, so it's always a good idea to do your study and talk to an expert before trying anything new with cannabis flower petals.

How long do cannabis flower seeds last?

The shelf life of cannabis flower seeds depends on many things, like how they were stored, their genetics, and how old they were when they were bought. Cannabis seeds can usually last up to 5 years if they are kept in a cool, dry, dark place away from moisture and direct sunlight. Some seeds might last even longer. But it's important to remember that the older the seeds are, the less likely they are to grow. So, if you want to make sure that a lot of seeds will grow, it's best to use seeds that are no more than two or three years old.

How many milligrams of THC is in one gram of cannabis flower?

The truth is that you don't know the approximate THC concentration predicted in your pot, making it difficult to measure, especially on black market weed. The amount of THC in the bud of a typical marijuana plant is between 10% and 30%. This indicates that the amount of THC in your marijuana may range from 100 milligrams to 300 milligrams per gram.

Then, whether you're making edibles, vaping, or smoking out of a bong or a joint, you'll have a good idea of how much THC you need. How you take that one gram of pot is also important, as smoking joints wastes 40-50% of the THC. When you light up a joint, you can lose anywhere from 50 percent to 100 milligrams of THC per gram.

Which part of the cannabis plant is used for smoking?

The dried and cured flowers or buds of the female cannabis plant are typically used for smoking. These buds contain the highest concentration of cannabinoids, including THC and CBD, which are the compounds responsible for the plant's psychoactive and therapeutic effects. While other parts of the plant, such as leaves and stems, may also contain cannabinoids, they are generally less potent and less desirable for smoking.

If you are at least 19 and looking to purchase cannabis flowers, ARCannabis Store is ready to serve you. Whether it's your first time trying cannabis or you're a seasoned user, we guarantee you'll enjoy our high-quality cannabis products. The process of preparing cannabis can be cumbersome, but with our products, you can skip that step and get right to the fun part: using it.