Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Ruderalis.
Cannabis Sativa is a species of cannabis that originated from areas around the equator. The Cannabis Sativa plant typically grows tall in structure, has narrower leaves, and has a longer flowering cycle better suited for warmer climates with a longer growing season. The Cannabis Indica species originated in the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan. Cannabis indica plants tend to grow shorter in stature, have broader leaves and have a shorter flowering cycle suitable for colder climates with a shorter growing season. Humans have intentionally cross-bred a hybrid cannabis plant to have both Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica in their genetics. Most varieties of cannabis today are hybrids.
In the commercialization process of cannabis, we use the terms Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid to define the effects a person will experience after consuming that cannabis labeled as such. For example, it is a common misperception that all Indica strains will give a more soothing, relaxing effect, while Sativa strains have come to be known as uplifting and energetic.
Scientifically speaking, this is an inaccurate application of the terms Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid. The accurate way to deduce the sort of effects a cannabis strain will have is to look at the cannabinoid and terpene content. Our page, Cannabis Education: cannabinoids and terpenes, is here to help you better understand how these cannabis compounds work to define your experience. If you use the terms Indica and Sativa to describe the effects you seek in a cannabis strain, no worries! The Urban Farmacy team understands the commercialized meaning of these words and can translate that into helping you find a cannabinoid and terpene profile that is just right for you!
As per the OLCC, the following are the only forms of Identification an Oregon-licensed marijuana dispensary may accept:
* A cannabis retailer may require ID from a person in addition to what we list above only if the ID is the person’s registry identification card.
*We CANNOT accept Nexus cards – if you are traveling from another country outside of the United States, you must present your passport.
All recreational cannabis customers must be 21 with a valid ID per the list of OLCC-acceptable forms of ID.
All OMMP cardholders must be 18 with both a valid OMMP card and a valid ID per the list of OLCC-acceptable forms of ID.
All cartridges are 510 thread and fit in most batteries. That said, this issue is single-handedly responsible for more user errors and cartridge issues than any other issue. The oil viscosity and type of cartridge used by each company may be different and require a different voltage battery. This is why each company offers a matching battery for their cartridge, to ensure that the customer has the proper voltage battery to go with their cartridge. The appropriate voltage battery ensures that your cartridge works and burns correctly. If you are having trouble with your cartridge, make sure you use the correct voltage battery before you assume the cartridge is defective.
Tetrahydrocannabinol: the dominant psychoactive compound in activated cannabis. THC is the cannabinoid known for euphoric feelings associated with being high.
Cannabidiol is the second most abundant cannabinoid in activated cannabis. It delivers little to no psychoactive effects. CBD (Cannabidiol) may influence your endocannabinoid system by slowing the reuptake of your naturally occurring endogenous cannabinoids. Additionally, CBD has the potential to create a more balanced experience when consumed in conjunction with THC.