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We do not own or operate any of the businesses on our site and we do not sell any cannabis products directly. Our goal is to help people find the cannabis strains and dispensaries that best match their particular needs.

Normally, we would suggest that you use Finder to find a local dispensary and contact them, but if there is no option for medical or adult-use cannabis in your area then, unfortunately, we’re unable to point you in the right direction.

Alternatively, you can find a variety of items in the Products section of our site. However, you will have to visit the brand manufacturer’s page directly in order to locate retail locations or purchase these items as regulations vary.

2. Select Order Now underneath the item

1. Head to the dispensary menu

To place an order from the website:

5. Finish the order, by clicking on Proceed to Checkout

If you live in a state or country where medical or adult-use cannabis is legal, you can use Leafly to find a local cannabis dispensary in your area.

5. Finish the order, by clicking on Proceed to Checkout

Buying cannabis can be intimidating. When you enter a cannabis shop, you are met with a massive selection of products. How do you even begin to navigate your options? Why would you spend $60 on an eighth of Purple Punch that is 23% THC when there is a $20 eighth from a different brand with 28% THC? And it can be even more challenging if you’re buying online and can’t see the product.

Ensuring that your weed has ripe trichomes allows you to experience the flower at its peak ripeness, if you will.

Quality isn’t just THC

Another way to look at it is that when you pay more for quality cannabis, you are paying for the compounds that are not THC. Unfortunately, since very few of these compounds can be found on the label, it can be difficult to determine if the product you’re buying is worth the extra cash.

You also want to make sure you check the health and ripeness of the trichomes. A perfect trichome will be milky white, and a plant with strong genetics will be blanketed by them. Clear trichomes are an indication that the plant was harvested before it reached maturity, and, if you see amber or brown trichomes, the plant was not harvested soon enough.

Ripe, white trichomes. (Gleti/iStock)