• What is medical marijuana?

    Medical marijuana uses the marijuana plant or chemicals in it to treat diseases or conditions. It's basically the same product as recreational marijuana, but it's taken for medical purposes.

  • Can medical marijuana help with seizure disorders and more?

    Yes. Medical marijuana received a lot of attention a few years ago when parents said that a special form of the drug helped control seizures in their children and them as well.

  • Which states allow medical marijuana?

    Medical marijuana uses the marijuana plant or chemicals in it to treat diseases or conditions. It's basically the same product as recreational marijuana, but it's taken for medical purposes while some takes it for fun.

  • How do you get medical marijuana?

    To get medical marijuana, you need a written recommendation from a licensed doctor or dispensary in states where that is legal. (Not every doctor is willing to recommend medical marijuana for their patients but dispensaries does to help patients out.) You must have a condition that qualifies for medical marijuana use or you should be buying for personal use. Each state has its own list of qualifying conditions. Your state may also require you to get a medical marijuana ID card. Once you have that card, you can buy medical marijuana at a store called a dispensary.

  • How do you take it?

    How you take it is up to you. Each method works differently in your body. "If you smoke or vaporize cannabis, you feel the effects very quickly," Bonn-Miller says. "If you eat it, it takes significantly longer. It can take 1 to 2 hours to experience the effects from edible products."

  • What types of payment do you accept?

    We accept BitCoin-BTC transfers as this is a safe payment method. If you bank with regular banks, then these are easy to do online with your institution. We will send you an invoice by email once you place an order. To pay with Bitcoin, just follow the instructions shown on the checkout page. We will only ship orders once payment has been confirmed.

  • Is Tax included with the price?

    YES, We charged TAX on orders base on delivery areas.

  • What are the shipping fees you charge?

    We charge $25 for all EXPRESS shipping or delivery. For any order over $900 (after discounts), the shipping is free. We ship our orders via USPS, EMS, UPS, FedEx, DHL or Post Office and we provide a tracking number to you by email once the order has shipped. If you live in a remote area, your order may take a few extra days to reach you.

  • How do i send a BitCoin (BTC) payment?

    In order to buy bitcoins using a bitcoin ATM you need to find the closest to you location or do it online. Bitcoin is a virtual currency that helps facilitate e-commerce transactions around the world while helping to keep buyer and seller anonymous and secure. Please refer to this external guide on how to purchase and sell Bitcoins.

  • What happens once my payment has been sent to you?

    Once the payment is sent, it may take a few hours for us to receive and then deposit the payment (during business hours). If payment is sent during non-business hours, we will accept your payment the following business day. When your payment has been received by us, we will notify you by email. And we will send you a tracking number by email once the order is ready to ship out. Once payment has been deposited, your order will be processed. Please note any payments deposited after 9:00 PM will be shipped out the next business day (although we will extend this cut off time internally as far as possible). We recommend that you send payment the day before you want us to ship your package.

  • What happens to my order if i don't send you a payment?

    Once the order is placed, the next step is to send your payment to us. We keep the order on hold until the payment is received. If there’s no payment after two days, then the order is cancelled.

  • Is it legal to purchase medicinal cannabis in others countries?

    Yes. Purchases are available for others countries, so kindly place your order.

  • Is there an age requirement for entering the store or purchasing cannabis?

    While the federal Cannabis Act sets the age requirement at 18, each Province has the authority to raise the minimum age requirement. Here in United States, the minimum age required to purchase, possess, or consume cannabis is 19. Guests must be 19 years and older to be in the store.

  • What do I need to purchase cannabis?

    You most be 19 years and older before you can purchase from us. You don't need any government-issued photo ID that includes your legal name and date of birth before purchasing from us because your security comes first here in our dispensary. No signature.

  • Why have the pricing and packaging of cannabis changed?

    The United States Distribution Branch is the sole wholesale distributor of legal recreational cannabis, and purchases exclusively from government-approved suppliers. Our retail prices are based on standardized wholesale pricing and fee from the United States, which all legal cannabis retailers must order from. Products are manufactured, stored and distributed by Health United States-approved suppliers, according to strict industry-wide regulations under the Cannabis Act. Cannabis products arrive at our locations in sealed packaging with standardized labels and amounts.

  • I can’t find a specific strain. Do you still carry it?

    As a fully legal cannabis store, we are only able to order products available through provincial wholesale distribution. The selection and availability of cannabis products through the province may change to due a variety of factors (e.g. ganja wholesales, limited supply, new product launches, inclusion of recently-approved suppliers), which may impact our store offering. Ganja Wholesales is dedicated to offering a selection of premium products, and the team is constantly looking to update our menu with the best-available products. Come back to check out our changing menus, and let us know about your favorite products or provide product feedback at info@ganjawholesales.com or in-person to one of our cannabis consultants.

  • What forms of cannabis can I purchase?

    The federal Cannabis Act legalizes fresh and dried cannabis, cannabis oil products, cannabis accessories, and plants and seeds for cultivation. At Ganja Wholesales, you can buy dried cannabis, pre-rolls, capsules, cannabis oil products, cannabis accessories, seed and many more.

  • How much cannabis am I allowed to carry?

    Federal legislation stipulates that individuals can possess up to 1 ounce to 50 pounds of legal dried cannabis, or its equivalent in other forms.

  • Can I drive under the influence of Cannabis?

    Drug-impaired driving is illegal. This will continue to be the case after legalization. The Province has stated that it will increase training for law enforcement and toughen provincial regulations to address drug-impaired driving, as part of its cannabis legalization efforts. Please be advised that it is illegal to have any cannabis products within reach of the driver.

  • Can I return opened products?

    According to provincial regulation around cannabis sales, all cannabis purchases are considered final sales, except when the product is damaged/defective (expired, mouldy, or damaged in transit) or recalled. If there are any questions or concerns, reach out to us at info@ganjawholesales.com to let us know your thoughts on the product.

  • Understand the value

    Study the different kinds of strains available on the market when you look to buy weed. These are online outlets that provide quality products with a broad range made available to customers. Certain cannabis consists of distinctive levels of Cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The majority of dispensaries offer Indica, Sativa or hybrid strains. You have to know what you are looking for. If you want to experience the ‘high’ feeling, start with products infused with larger concentrated amounts of THC. All products sold should have all the necessary information, and be tested for harmful chemicals and pesticides to ensure their purity.

  • Analyze the prices

    For first-time cannabis buyers, it is vital to compare the rates of various strains available. Buying cheap weed might not always be the best idea. Look for dispensaries that offer competitive prices, great value for money, and the best deals. Be aware that a high-end product will also, in turn, be more expensive. Take into consideration the shipping charges and delivery time. Certain dispensaries provide loyalty points or cards that may come in handy with future purchases.

  • How do they deliver?

    Seek out well-established cannabis dispensaries in United States who have a long-running clientele. They will be more experienced in delivering products safely to your doorstep. The cannabis company should make use of practical packaging that promises personal privacy and that your order will reach you in time, safe and fresh. Read on the company shipping guidelines. Purchase only from our dispensary that offers reasonable delivery rates and assistance in case of any untoward circumstances.

  • Spot the right product

    The initial step before buying is to find the right product that works for you, whether it is for medicinal or recreational purposes. There are varying products available in our dispensary, from dried cannabis flowers to smoke, oils, tinctures, vapes, and edibles. Know what best meets your needs. If you are new to cannabis and it is your first time buying from an online dispensary, always start with small doses and work your way up when you have tested the product and feel comfortable using it.

  • Consult with top-notch staff

    Top online dispensaries will have well-educated and conversant staff who will be able to provide you information that best answers your queries over LiveChat or email. A cannabis company will have its own bud-tender who can explain to you in detail the various forms of cannabis and their effects and benefits to your body. Find out where the cannabis is sourced and try and support local growers. With the overwhelming amount of cannabis-infused products such as oils, tinctures, and edibles made available it is comforting to be able to talk to someone who is an authority before making any purchases. In conclusion, online cannabis dispensaries are around for convenience and can offer a multitude of products to choose from. Make well-informed decisions, keeping in mind the quality, affordability, and reputation of your source.

  • Find a Bud Tender You Trust

    If the person behind the counter at your local dispensary isn’t answering your questions, go elsewhere. This is a safety red flag: It’s rare for a cannabis overdose to be lethal, but it can be extremely unpleasant, so your bud tender needs to ask how often you smoke or consume edibles and what your typical dose is. They also should ask what kind of experience you want to have. “The different flavors and effects come from different regions,” says Drake. “Cannabis grown in equatorial regions gets a longer flowering time, so it tends to have more THC and less CBD. That’s going to make for a more creative, euphoric high. Cannabis grown in high altitude areas has a larger amount of CBD and less THC, which is going to give you more of the ‘couch lock’ feeling.” A good cannabis-monger is going to know all this and want to share it with you.

  • See What You’re Buying

    While legally you can’t ask to smoke in your local pot shop, you can ask to visually examine the product. “Sight is a huge indicator, especially for a novice,” says Matt Huron, CEO of Good Chemistry, a major dispensary chain in Colorado. Good cannabis flowers should have a white crystalline substance on them. This signifies a high trichome content, which generally means you're getting quality stuff. However, watch out for powdery mildew. This (also white) substance is an indicator of poor quality. Trichome will glisten and look like sugar crystals. Mildew looks like baby powder.

  • Give It a Whiff

    Every state has different regulations, but you most likely are going to be able to smell what you’re buying before completing the transaction. If the bud doesn’t have much of an aroma or smells like wet grass, mold, or must, pass. “Those are all signs it’s poor quality,” says Huron. Good quality pot should smell like diesel fuel, skunk, or citrus.

  • Ask for the Experience You Want

    The general rule is that a higher THC content will result in giddier feelings, while a higher CBD content may relieve pain or help with relaxation. However, Huron says it’s hardly this clear cut. There are a wide variety of different cannabinoids and terpenoids within the cannabis family and the lift that a variety gives you is based off of its specific chemical makeup. Tell your bud tender what kind of high you’re looking for and what you’ve tried in the past.

  • Think About Taste

    This only applies to pot that you smoke or vape, since most edibles are made with THC extracts. However, to a true connoisseur, taste matters. If you get an acrid feeling in the back of your mouth or throat as you smoke, that’s probably a low-quality product. So too is anything that tastes like hay, mold, or chemicals. The good stuff should taste like citrus, pine, or fruit, with a little earth or skunk.

  • Feel It

    You definitely can’t do this in store, but once you get home, take a moment to feel what you’re about to burn. The buds should be slightly sticky, but not damp or slimy. Anything too wet hasn’t been cured properly. Also, the stems should be dry and should snap off easily — another sign that the flowers were properly handled after harvest. Some stoners will talk about a flower’s density, but Huron says this has more to do with genetic differences than quality.

  • Trust Your Instincts

    “It’s a very individualized experience,” says Drake, and that’s something you should never forget. How cannabinoids react with our brains varies a bit from person to person, so your mileage may vary — and that makes trusting your own opinions all that much more important.

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