7 Things You Should Do Before Visiting A Marijuana Dispensary

By Maria Loreto, The Fresh Toast on

Published in Cannabis Daily

Depending on your tolerance, strain, and method of consumption, marijuana’s effects on the mind and body can shift drastically. You should be clear with your budtender about your level of experience with the plant so that they can provide you with the proper product and dosage. It’s also important to be clear about the experience you’re seeking, whether you want some pain relief or are just looking for a fun experience with friends.

Are you looking for discreet products?

While some are able to openly use dab rigs in their living room, others prefer to have something on them that’s less conspicuous. For these types of users, a dispensary is a perfect place to learn, having someone who can show them different options for edibles, disposable vape pens, patches, and more.

Ask plenty of questions

Even if you’re a seasoned weed user, visiting a dispensary is a completely different experience than hanging out with your weed dealer. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, no matter how silly they might seem. Budtenders are there to help you, and it’s better to ask questions than to purchase an item you’re not sure about just because you didn’t have all of the necessary information.


Check out their website

If you live in a legal state, you might have several dispensaries at your disposal. Check out their websites and get a feel of their vibes, maybe trying out different places before you decide to become a regular. Most dispensaries have an online menu, which you can check out and call ahead of time to see if they still have that particular strain of weed on the menu.

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