Bulk Weed – Buy Wholesale Weed Online in Canada

Medically Reviewed on Feb 24th, 2021 by Dr. K Langdon

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Medically Review By: Dr. Kimberly Langdon, M.D.

Updated On: Feb 24, 2021

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Buying bulk weed has many advantages, with the main one being an increase in savings per gram of weed. For instance, if you buy a pound of weed, the cost per gram of weed will decrease. Browse through our selection of wholesale buds and stock up on your cannabis now. At Just Cannabis, we offer some of the best deals on marijuana flowers. And the more weed you buy, the more you save. So stock up for the long-run and take advantage of our affordable wholesale pricing. 

What is Bulk Weed?

Bulk weed is a term used to describe a large quantity of cannabis that you can at wholesale bud prices. There is a gram of weed, an eighth of weed, a quarter of weed, an ounce of weed, and a pound of weed. Bulk weed typically begins when you get in the quarter-pound range at the very least. 

The most significant advantage of bulk weed is that the low prices reflect a larger quantity. For example, the price per gram will be less if you buy a pound than if you buy only a gram. These savings mean more THC for less money! Bulk weed is a great way to take advantage of wholesale bud prices. 

For a more detailed breakdown, you can check out our guide to all things cannabis

Cannabis Flower Types:

As previously stated, there are three main types of cannabis that you can buy: Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid weed. Each of these cannabis strain types has its own unique set of traits. However, the characteristics and effects can often overlap between subspecies. 

Sativa Strains: Cannabis plants in this category generally grow taller and have large, fluffy and conical-shaped flowers. Also, Sativa weed is typically for morning or afternoon use because it generally produces stimulating and uplifting sensations. Sativa marijuana plants usually take longer to flower and thrive more in warmer environments with longer summers. You can buy bulk weed and stock up on your daytime medication. 

Indica Strains: If it is the relaxation you want, then Indica weed is the way to go. Indica strains provide more of a couchlock feeling and induce relaxation and euphoria, making it ideal to use bedtime weed. Indica marijuana plants have shorter flowering periods and are suitable for growing in cooler climates with shorter summers. 

Hybrid Strains: This is what you get when you mix Sativa and Indica genetics. Typically hybrid weed possesses qualities of both Sativa and Indica strains. Many of these strains have been bred to perfection by some of the world’s most gifted cannabis farmers.

For a more detailed breakdown of hybrid, Sativa and Indica weed strains, you can visit our Sativa vs Indica guide.

Benefits of THC
Benefits of THC

Benefits of Bulk Weed

The most significant advantage of bulk weed is the savings. Besides, it can never hurt to have a nice stash of marijuana that will last for a while. Nothing beats having the peace of mind of knowing you have plenty of medicine at arm’s reach. And as a bonus, you don't have to break the bank with wholesale bud pricing.

Below are some of the most common effects associated with weed use:

Relaxation Happiness Uplifted-ness
Focus Creativity Energy 
Euphoria Lethargy Sedation
Hunger Lethargy Giggles

 

Information for Medical Marijuana Patients

Medical cannabis patients can use large quantities of marijuana in certain circumstances. For instance, someone with chronic pains might require large doses of weed throughout the day. This need for extensive and frequent doses can get pretty pricey. Wholesale bulk weed can help in these situations. The MMJ patient can buy bulk weed and receive a considerable discount on wholesale bud. 

Below are some of the most common medical uses of marijuana:

Anxiety Depression Stress
Aches Pains Inflammation
Muscle Spasms Insomnia Lack of Appetite
Vomiting ADD/ADHD PTSD
Glaucoma Epilepsy Addictions
Fatigue Nausea Spasticity
Movement Disorders Autoimmune Issues Psychiatric Symptoms

 

Possible Side Effects

Even though Cannabis is legal in Canada, it is still a drug. The good news about cannabis flower is that it’s hard to smoke too much to have serious side effects. Besides, if you take too much weed, the adverse effects shouldn’t last long. Having bulk weed as a stash can pose a challenge in this area.

Below are some of the most common adverse effects associated with weed use.

Dry Mouth Red Eyes Lethargy
Dizziness Paranoia Anxiousness
Headaches Nausea Vomiting
Chest Pain Rapid Heart Rate Memory Retention Issues
Coordination Issues Respiratory Irritation Increased Heart Rate
Low Blood Pressure Drowsiness Restlessness

 

Alternative Products to Cannabis 

Cannabis products come in all shapes and sizes, from high THC cannabis concentrates, to powerful weed edibles, to CBD with no THC at all. Cannabis concentrates are potent forms of THC and are not for the faint of heart. The same goes for marijuana edibles that are known to induce intense highs. 

There are even magic mushroom products for those looking for an out-of-this-world psychedelic experience. These products contain psilocybin, the main ingredient that causes hallucinatory effects.

Here are some of the most popular alternatives to regular marijuana buds:

Cannabis Concentrates are products with high levels of THC and minimal plant matter. The beneficial compounds are separated from the unwanted plant material, leaving a purer and more potent product. Some of the most common weed concentrates include hash, shatter, budder, THC oil, live resin, THC distillate, and weed vapes.

Weed Edibles are cannabis products that you can eat. Many cannabis edibles are everyday food items infused with THC. Some of Canada’s hottest marijuana edibles include THC gummies, THC chocolate, weed cookies, THC capsules, and THC tinctures.

CBD Products are items that do not cause intoxication. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a cannabinoid found in cannabis. However, CBD does not attach to receptors in the brain and does not cause the intoxicating effects of THC use. Some of Canada’s most common cannabidiol products include CBD oil, CBD capsules, CBD edibles, CBD vapes, and CBD gummies.

Magic Mushrooms products are those that contain the hallucinatory drug psilocybin. These products are perfect for those looking for a much more intense experience. Some of the most sought-after shroom products include dried shrooms, shroom chocolate, shroom gummies, shroom capsules, and shroom tea.

Online Marijuana Store Purchase Information:

Come shop at JustCannabis, Canada’s best online weed dispensary and take advantage of our daily deals and promotions. We offer the best deals on bulk weed in Canada! Browse our catalogue of over 120 marijuana strains, and be assured that we will have something for you! We carry premium Indica, Sativa, hybrid weed, ounce specials, and even our fire collection! So shop now at Just Cannabis, Canada’s marijuana store.

 

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