Cannabis Science, medical marijuana

Edibles vs Smoking – What’s the Difference?

Previously published in July 2019. Updated March 2020. Some people prefer smoking cannabis - others enjoy edibles. There is no right or wrong method - just personal preference and the experience each gives you.* Generally speaking, when smoking flower you will feel high quicker and this will peak within 30-60 minutes. The feeling gradually wears… Continue reading Edibles vs Smoking – What’s the Difference?

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Maine Medical Cannabis

What’s New, Rosin, and Current Specials

What's New? Our most recent harvest is being trimmed and processed. Blue Dream, Banana Hammock, and Moonshine Ghost Train Haze are back in our Puffin Platinum flower selection. More coming soon! Also now carrying 100mg THC Infused Drinks in Mulled Cider of Winterberry Flavors. We have 6 new offerings of Fresh Pressed Rosin: Apricot Jelly,… Continue reading What’s New, Rosin, and Current Specials

cannabis politics

Pizza Party and Petition…

This Friday, "Valentine's Day," we are hosting a pizza party to celebrate and thank our customers <3  We hope you can join us! --- - - - - - --- In other news, we have at the store a petition for you to sign regarding LD 141, "An Act To Promote Highway Safety by Restricting… Continue reading Pizza Party and Petition…

Maine Medical Cannabis, medical marijuana

Current Maine Cannabis Laws …

Recently, Paul was interviewed by Fox Bangor about the Maine adult use program. We thought it would be a good time to explain a few things about questions we receive and give you some links to further information regarding the laws as they stand now. It is currently illegal for us (or any individual/store) to… Continue reading Current Maine Cannabis Laws …

Botany

Nicholas Culpeper – Botanist

Today we celebrate the birthday of English botanist, apothecary, physician and astrologer, Nicholas Culpeper. Born on this day in 1616. He is considered to be one of the most influential writers of herbal knowledge. Nicholas Culpeper believed medicine should be for the general public rather than as a commercial secret of the elite. He translated… Continue reading Nicholas Culpeper – Botanist