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10 Easily Fixed Stoner Problems

The first thing to realize is that even small issues, at times, can seem monumental. Although we have many ways of “making-due,” we all know what that is like. When something is that big a priority, we always seem to figure out a solution or a way around it.

What are 10 big stoner problems and what are the solutions?

These problems are all pretty common. The solutions are either pretty obvious or surprising.

1. Drug Testing

Every employer is required to keep their workplace safe, and they should make the decisions that ensure that safety. Personal responsibility and clear communication are always Important. Just because you may still have THC in your system, doesn’t mean you are impaired.

2. Getting Too High

One too many hits? Forget any plans for the day. The signs of too much THC are frequently nausea, dizziness, and paranoia (which keeps us from venturing out). Take a deep breath, drink water. Maybe ingest some CBD, that can counteract the effects of THC. Try the DaVinci IQ2, an app that helps identify your tolerance.

3. Forgetting You Already Smoked

Short-term memory is always a challenge, especially if you’re high. There you are holding a bowl not knowing if you have already puffed. Don’t ask those around you (how would they know?). Well, if you have to ask, you probably did.

4. Stash Running Low

You can either simply get more weed or conserve the weed you have. A surprising solution is found in Mangos. They contain the terpene called myrcene (also found in cannabis). Myrcene can get more from the THC, thus helping you extend the life of your stash.

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5. Your Stash is Stanky

Covering up the smell of your marijuana can be achieved in a few different ways. You could use several Ziploc bags. The tried-and-true mason jar is probably your best way to store your stash.

6. Cotton Mouth

Cannabis is dehydrating. “When your mouth gets dry, you know you’re high.” Kind of a downer, but there is a simple remedy… drink water! Dehydration can cause headaches, faintness, and other symptoms. Water is always a good idea.

7. Red Eyes

Cannabis is a remedy for glaucoma. Red eyes are not a bad thing, other than in certain circles. THC decreases blood pressure, causing a dilation of the blood vessels, this encourages blood flow through the eyes. You could depend on eye drops but that is ultimately not a good solution. It is best to realize that you have the ability to control how and when you use cannabis, and who is around when you do it.

8. Broken Glass Paraphernalia

Breaking glass is always alarming, no matter what causes it. Plus, having plenty of weed with nothing to consume it with is frustrating. So, here’s a chance to upgrade to better equipment. Turn a frustrating event into an opportunity to improve your device.

9. Everything Smells Like Weed

Remember, not everyone likes the smell of weed. You can get an air freshener. There are sprays available that are specifically designed to address weed smell in the air and fabric. Then there is the “Cannabis Killer Candle,” or the “dry herb vaporizer.”

10. No Smoking Gear

Your problem is that you have no way of smoking your primo bud. Your solution may be a bit crafty, either a homemade bong or some kind of fruit pipe. Canna Wholesalers reminds you to buy weed online in Canada. Wholesale weed from BC is cheap and high quality.
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5 Ways To Consume Cannabis

We can’t say which way of consuming cannabis is the best. That comes down to personal preference, and need, situation or condition at the time. Here are some pros and cons of 5 of the most commonly used ways people consume their Cannabis. 1. Smoking: As long as 2500 years ago people smoked cannabis. With the longest tradition of any method, smoking cannabis is one of the most common ways to consume. If you do need immediate relief, this is certainly the way to get it, and you don’t have to have the technical know-how to consume cannabis this way. Flavonoids and terpenoids are considered to provide extra enjoyment to many who smoke. The length of the effect is quite predictable (about 2 to 3 hours) so you’ll know when you can carry on functionally. Recently we are understanding more about the health hazards of smoking, as a result, smoking is becoming less popular. Smoking joints involve rolling papers that commonly have chemicals in them. It is claimed that smoking tobacco is worse for you than smoking cannabis, but any time you are inhaling smoke from a combustion process, tars and other unhealthy substances are involved. 2. Bongs: Smoke is still smoke, no matter what your tool is. You do get a cooler and more pleasant experience with a water pipe or ice, and you may be using your cannabis more efficiently. You are, however still inhaling smoke with all of its health issues. 3. Vaporizing: Vaping is quickly becoming the preferred way to consume cannabis. You have to be careful to buy only high-quality vaporizers to avoid a whole new set of health risks. In general, the argument can be made that vaporizing is healthier for you than smoking, but only if you stick to high-quality vaporizers. Like smoking, the effects come on rapidly. Unlike smoking, there is no combustion, so you breathe in vapor instead of smoke, and you do not destroy the cannabis with combustion, so you can use it more than once. Vapour is more discreet and doesn’t hang in the air or on clothing as long as the smoke does. But buyer beware, high-quality vaporizers are expensive, and you shouldn’t take a chance on lesser quality devices. There may be carcinogens in the materials found in lesser quality vaporizers. 4. Edibles: When cannabis is ingested, the liver converts THC into the more potent 11-Hydroxy-THC. So ingesting cannabis has a decidedly stronger and longer-lasting effect. Although the effects take substantially longer to kick in. So be careful not to ingest too much, thinking that the effects aren’t showing up… they will… big-time. This can be ideal for patients needing more extended treatment. There are many new and innovative recipes, and edibles are much more discreet than smoking or vaping, so the location or situation of the consumer increases dramatically. It is also decidedly healthier for you than either smoking or vaping. But, for those with a history of psychosis, edibles are more likely to cause a THC-induced psychotic event, so proceed responsibly. 5. Concentrates: Extracted compounds from cannabis take many forms. Recreational users and patients alike appreciate this refined form. Whether CBD or THC, doses are more precise and can produce some of the most potent effects. Recreational users and patients also agree that Canna Wholesalers is the right place for the highest quality at the best price.

Choose What is Right for You

Whichever way is right for you, buy weed online from Canna Wholesalers, Canadas best online dispensary, located in Vancouver BC. That way you can be assured that you’ll always have what you need and that you’re getting the highest quality at the best price.
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Dry Weed? Here’s How to Rehydrate it

Canna Wholesalers Has Your Easy Answer

You can buy moist, sticky buds, but eventually, they will dry out. This is just a common occurrence and not a disastrous event. For whatever reason your bud dries out, be it prolonged exposure to sun or heat, dry air, improper storage, or maybe simply not processed well, there is no problem in rehydrating it back to life.

Common Reasons

  • Processing: Cannabis goes through a process before selling. The curing of cannabis is most important as it will determine the quality and longevity of the weed. Weed dries on the inside, which is difficult to determine unless smoked.
  • Storage: Storage is key, especially if you buy in bulk amounts. That means you’ll have to store it over a longer period. Over time, your stash will lose its moisture. Dry weed doesn’t taste good, and it doesn’t produce as good a high. You don’t want the trichomes to dry out. An airtight container, like a mason jar, in a cool dark place, is a good choice.
  • Heat: Too much heat is called Decarboxylation and it isn’t ideal. Too much heat is likely to dry out your weed so that you don’t benefit from the release of THCs and CBDs.


This is all about relative humidity and creating a microclimate. A microclimate uses all of the moisture from higher concentrated materials of that space and disperses it evenly into all the materials in that space. This continues until the moisture is evenly distributed. Make sure to use distilled water. It is free of impurities and chemicals, so it won’t cause any harm to your cannabis.

Methods for Rehydration

  • Moist Bread: Moist bread and an air-tight container does the trick just fine. This is the use of relative humidity. If the bread is moist but not soaked and placed in an air-tight container with a good lid, the weed draws the moisture from the bread and eventually goes back to its original form. Then store the rehydrated weed in a proper jar.
  • Terra Cotta Disc: Terra cotta discs are used for a variety of humidifying situations. Chefs use them to keep brown sugar moist. They are easy to find and easy to buy. Soak the disk in warm water for 30 minutes. Place the dried weed and the terra cotta disc in a sealed container and the hydration will begin.
  • Use Fruit Peal or Herbs: Fruit peals from apples, grapes, lime, or orange are a great way to rehydrate your weed in an air-tight sealed jar. Add an herb to enhance the moisture and also infuse some additional flavour or aroma.
  • Humidity Packs: This is sort of the high-tech approach. This takes some of the challenges out of the experience. This pack will keep your weed at a consistent 62% humidity level, with no checking or adding moisture required. 62% is the optimum humidity level for bud.

Proper Storage

Buying in bulk is a great way to save money. Keeping bulk amounts of cannabis fresh is essential. If you simply store your weed properly in an air-tight jar, in a cool place, not in the sun, it will last a lot longer. But rehydrating, as described above, is a great way to recover it, if it dries out.
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Here Are Several Important Cannabinoids in Cannabis

Canna Wholesalers Wants You to Know Them

66 out of the 480 compounds found in cannabis are cannabinoids. The two most noted are THC and CBD. THC is tetrahydrocannabinol the cannabinoid that produces the psychoactive effects that cannabis is most known for. CBD, or cannabidiol, is derived from hemp oil, does not produce psychoactive effects, but is used for medicinal purposes. CBD is gaining credibility with medical doctors and researchers for its therapeutic benefits. If you use cannabis, buy weed online at Canna Wholesalers. You may be interested to know about the different cannabinoids present in the plant. Its compounds are diverse and useful in many ways. We may be able to help you determine which cannabinoid, or a combination of cannabinoids, are right for you. Here are some of the main ones.

THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol)

THC is one of the main reasons people use weed for recreational purposes. THC is the psychoactive compound in cannabis that causes the brain to release dopamine and provides the user with a high. It also aids in pain management.

CBD (Cannabidiol)

CBD is becoming highly regarded for its ability to manage pain effectively. It is derived from hemp oil, specifically from the decarboxylation in the CBDA cannabinoid. CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabis compound that you can buy online from Canna Wholesalers.

THCA (Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid)

THC is derived from THCA. It is the result of a carbon atom being stripped off from the heat. This is sometimes referred to as decarboxylation. THCA is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid that is said to be able to reduce inflammation, control nausea, and manage the appetite.

CBDA (Cannabidiolic Acid)

CBDA is a cannabinoid very much like THCA and is found in the hemp plant. When subjected to heat it converts into CBD. It does interact with the endocannabinoid system but does not interact with the CB1 or CB2 receptors directly. By blocking COX-2 enzymes, it helps reduce the effects of pain.

CBN (Cannabinol)

CBN is known as the sleepy cannabinoid. It is slightly psychoactive and not usually present in raw cannabis but can be extracted from it using heat and oxygen. CBN is created when the THCA breaks down after a long period of time.

CBG (Cannabigerol)

This cannabinoid is known for its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It has the ability to remove or reduce the effects of bacterial growth. Some studies have shown CBG to be an effective anti-tumour and anti-cancer treatment and even assists with bone growth.

THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin)

THCV is found in some, but not all strains of cannabis. This compound has proven effective in the treatment of panic attacks, managing appetite and bone growth.

CBC (Cannabichromene)

CBC is a cannabis compound that does not interact directly with the endocannabinoid receptors, but it does have the ability to influence the endocannabinoid system. It has a wide range of benefits including a reduction in the effects of cancer and tumour cells, pain management, reduction of inflammation and acne. If combined with THC and CBD, it can be an effective antidepressant.

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What is the Difference Between Hash and Weed?

Confusion between hash and weed is fairly common among novices. Many see the two forms of cannabis as being interchangeable. Although the two come from the same source, hash, or hashish is the original concentrate or extract and is a concentrated form of cannabis with unique flavours and effects. Weed is the plant matter of the cannabis plant, specifically the flower or bud. The origins of Hash, or hashish, go back to parts of India, Afghanistan, and Morocco. Moroccan and Afghan hash were both processed in sieves resulting in kief, whereas Indian hash was made by rolling cannabis buds in between the hands, creating an adhesive residue. Weed is the dried and well-cured cannabis flower prepared for smoking, vaping, cooking, or making concentrates. Weed is the cannabis plant material including all of the flavours and effects that the cannabis plant offers.


The preparation of weed involves the use of the female cannabis plant that is prevented from being pollinated by a male plant. Buds are harvested before ripening, mostly in an indoor environment with proper ventilation, grow lights, and nutrients that maximize potency. After about 8 to 12 weeks (depending upon the strain) flowers are produced, the plants are cut, and the buds are dried for two weeks, before being stored in jars for curing. This process is integral to the buds maturing, which maximizes their flavour and potency. Hash preparation involves the separation of the trichomes from the buds. In addition to the traditional methods in India, Morocco, and Afghanistan, there is the preparation of rosin. This is done by pressing the cannabis flower in a hot press to extract a golden-coloured resin. The preparation of bubble hash uses ice water and some agitation to separate the trichomes from the flower. BHO hash uses butane to isolate the resin from the flower. The effect of a particular hash should mirror that of the plant used to create the hash. However, it is said that hash delivers a more pure and cerebral effect than weed.


Of the two, hash is the more potent. The potency of both hash and weed varies depending upon the strain and how they are prepared, but hash will always be the stronger potency of the two. Cannabis strains are typically 15 to 30% THC, whereas hash is closer to 40 to 60% THC. BHO hash has achieved concentrations of THC reaching 90%.


Flavour does vary depending upon which strain is used, or the way it was produced, but there is a strong difference between the flavours of hash and weed. Weed delivers fresher, herbal, and more fruity aromas and flavours. Hash is a more complex combination of rich spicy flavours. Many people consider the flavour of hash to be earthier and not as “floral” as the plant it was made from.

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5 Best Cannabis Concentrates for Beginners

This Guide Will Help You Get Started

The best way to start is by identifying what cannabis concentrate is. Now that Cannabis is legal in Canada, many forms of the product are now available to suit different needs and preferences. Where do you begin? You will find that many cannabis concentrates are perfect for the beginner consumer. Whether you are looking for CBD which provides the therapeutic effect without the psychoactive buzz or a potent THC high, concentrates are a great place to start. Maybe you’d rather be smoke-free, or you want to light up, concentrates provide that option.

Cannabis Concentrates Explained

Cannabis concentrates are extracts of the compounds found in cannabis plants. Potency can be accurately controlled and expressed, typically they are a more potent or concentrated form of the cannabis compound they are providing. Many times, concentrates express higher levels of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) that can be from 40% to 80%. Those interested in the therapeutic benefits of cannabis can receive a higher dose of CBD, and avoid psychoactive effects. They can also easily choose a method of dosing that does not involve smoking.

The 5 Best Cannabis Concentrate Options

There are many forms of cannabis concentrates these days. One distinct advantage to them is how varied their form, potency, and purpose. Your age, personal chemistry and tolerance level, and physical or medical condition, all determine your selection.
  1. Hash: Hash is the original cannabis concentrate. Its development and use go back thousands of years. It is also still one of the most popular types of cannabis extract. It is made from the trichomes of the cannabis flower and once formed, it is broken off into small pieces and smoked in either a pipe, bong, or vaporizer. Hash is typically potent in THC and is ideal for people looking to get high.
  2. Tinctures: Cannabis tinctures have mainly been used for medical purposes as they deliver a high and precise dose of both CBD and THC. The alcohol extraction method is used to pull out various beneficial cannabinoids from the cannabis plant. There is a wide range of flavours and potencies but proceed with caution. Tinctures are placed under the tongue and will take effect quickly. Additionally, it is one of the more highly potent extracts.
  3. Ingestible Oil Capsules: This is one of the most discrete and easiest ways to consume cannabis concentrates. Depending on the type of product, oil capsules deliver a prolonged high or prolonged relaxation. Start with a lower dose of about 5mg if you are a beginner and work up from there.
  4. Vape Oil: This is one of the most convenient ways of consuming cannabis for the beginner. This concentrate comes in a pre-filled vape pen or oil cartridge. Vape oil comes in either CBD or THC versions. The vapour produced is dense and is a highly concentrated dose of CBD or THC.
  5. CBD Oil: Made from hemp, CBD oil is a non-intoxicating form of cannabis. CBD, or cannabidiol, has proven highly effective in treating chronic pain, inflammation, anxiety or depression, and overall stress. Hemp has less than 0.03% in THC content, making it ideal for CBD extraction. Buying CBD online at Canna Wholesalers is easy and affordable, so medical patients are assured of a continual supply.

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