Types of Cannabis Products in the U.S.

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Did you know there are over 10,000 products across the USA? In other words, that’s more than the number of bird, butterfly and bee species, combined! While many brands are available in California, Colorado, Oregon and Arizona, many are popping up in states all across the USA. How do you pick the right product for your needs? With literally hundreds of thousands to choose from, it can be overwhelming! That’s why we’ve compiled our handy guide below of the Most Common Cannabis Product Types in the U.S. Wondering how much THC and CBD you will need? How to find something you love? Scroll through our list of product names and product reviews to find your perfect bud!

 

FLOWER

A general term that refers to the smokable, trichome-covered part of a female cannabis plant. Flower is the most popular form of cannabis due to its versatility, offering numerous consumption methods, such as being smoked using a pipe or bong, or by rolling it in a joint or blunt.

A general term that refers to the smokable, trichome-covered part of a female cannabis plant. Flower is the most popular form of cannabis due to its versatility, offering numerous consumption methods, such as being smoked using a pipe or bong, or by rolling it in a joint or blunt.

 

EDIBLES

A cannabis edible, also known as a cannabis-infused food or simply an edible, is a food product that contains cannabinoids, especially tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

A cannabis edible, also known as a cannabis-infused food or simply an edible, is a food product that contains cannabinoids, especially tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

 

PRE-ROLLS

A pre-roll is a joint or blunt of marijuana that was prepared before its intended time of consumption. One can purchase pre-rolls at a dispensary, which prove to be helpful if you don’t want to roll a joint yourself.

A pre-roll is a joint or blunt of marijuana that was prepared before its intended time of consumption. One can purchase pre-rolls at a dispensary, which prove to be helpful if you don’t want to roll a joint yourself.

 

VAPES

A vaporizer pen (or vape pen) is a smaller version of a regular vaporizer. It’s portable and typically uses pre-filled cartridges available in varying sizes and types of cannabis, including Sativas, Indicas and Hybrids. In some variations, there is an option to fill the chamber with your own flower or concentrate. Vape pens and their sister product, e-cigarettes, have gained popularity within the world of marijuana because of its discreteness and lack of smell when used, which makes for a great option at a show, sporting event, bar, etc.

A vaporizer pen (or vape pen) is a smaller version of a regular vaporizer. It’s portable and typically uses pre-filled cartridges available in varying sizes and types of cannabis, including Sativas, Indicas and Hybrids. In some variations, there is an option to fill the chamber with your own flower or concentrate. Vape pens and their sister product, e-cigarettes, have gained popularity within the world of marijuana because of its discreteness and lack of smell when used, which makes for a great option at a show, sporting event, bar, etc.

 

DRINKS

From hemp-based sports drinks to cocktails that get you high, science has finally cracked the code to making cannabis beverages that don't taste awful.

From hemp-based sports drinks to cocktails that get you high, science has finally cracked the code to making cannabis beverages that don't taste awful.

 

TOPICALS

A topical is any type of cannabis product, including lotions, balms or creams that are applied to the outside of a user’s body to help with medicinal issues like body pain, skin problems, etc. Although these lotions showcase specific cannabinoids extracts like THC, topicals won’t actually get you high. The product is absorbed through the skin, so many users like the less aggressive approach to consuming marijuana.

A topical is any type of cannabis product, including lotions, balms or creams that are applied to the outside of a user’s body to help with medicinal issues like body pain, skin problems, etc. Although these lotions showcase specific cannabinoids extracts like THC, topicals won’t actually get you high. The product is absorbed through the skin, so many users like the less aggressive approach to consuming marijuana.

 

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