Important Terms You Should Know
Refers to the legal use of cannabis products for recreational purposes by adults who are 21 years or older.
A trained and knowledgeable employee who assists customers at a dispensary.
Chemical compounds found in cannabis that interact with the body's endocannabinoid system.
A plant species that is commonly used for medicinal and recreational purposes.
A non-psychoactive compound in cannabis that has potential medicinal benefits. Concentrates - Highly potent cannabis products that are made by extracting THC and other cannabinoids.
Highly potent cannabis products that are made by extracting THC and other cannabinoids.
A method of consuming concentrates using a vaporizer or dab rig.
The process of heating cannabis to activate its psychoactive compounds.
A legal and licensed store that sells cannabis products to consumers.
The amount of cannabis consumed, measured in milligrams of THC.
Cannabis-infused food and drinks that are ingested for their psychoactive effects.
The dried and cured buds of the cannabis plant that are usually smoked.
A variety of the cannabis plant that contains very low levels of THC and is primarily used for industrial purposes.
A cannabis strain that is a combination of both Sativa and Indica genetics.
A cannabis strain that is known for its relaxing and calming effects.
Consuming small amounts of cannabis to achieve desired effects without getting too high.
The strength of a cannabis product, measured in percentage of THC or CBD.
Cannabis joints that are pre-rolled for convenience.
Sticky, THC-rich substance found on the surface of cannabis flowers and leaves.
A cannabis strain that is known for its uplifting and energizing effects.
Small pieces of cannabis flower that have broken off during handling or packaging.
A specific variety of cannabis with unique characteristics.
Aromatic compounds found in cannabis that contribute to its flavor and aroma.
The main psychoactive compound in cannabis that produces a "high" feeling.
A liquid cannabis extract that is usually taken orally.
Cannabis-infused products that are applied to the skin for their medicinal properties.
Tiny, crystal-like structures on the surface of cannabis flowers that contain THC and other cannabinoids.
Inhaling vaporized cannabis oil using an electronic device.