Marigolds Education

Below are our most commonly asked questions. Don’t see an answer to your question below? Connect with us directly.
What should I know before visiting Marigolds Cannabis?
    • Be prepared with TWO pieces of ID (I would like this to link to the ID information below)
    • Be sustainable and bring your own carry bag if possible 
    • Feel included and collaborate with an in-store Friend of Flower to find the best product for you
    • Education is key, we encourage you to ask questions (I’d like this to link to our Education page)
    • Become a Friend of Flower and join our Community by signing up in-store to track you purchases, enter to win our monthly Friend of Flower surprise gift, receive our newsletter, learn, attend activations and Marigolds events. Subscribe now to receive updates. 
    • Be respectful of our environment and fellow Friends of Flower while in-store, this includes you
    • Please be aware that it is a privilege to purchase legal cannabis in Canada and we encourage your awareness of our Federal, Provincial and Municipal laws. 
      • For up-to-date government information please visit:
        British Columbia Cannabis Clarity
What should I know before visiting Marigolds Cannabis?
    • Be prepared with TWO pieces of government approved ID 
    • Be sustainable and bring your own carry bag if possible 
    • Feel included and collaborate with an in-store Friend of Flower to find the best product for you
    • Education is key, we encourage you to ask questions
    • Become a Friend of Flower and join our Community by signing up in-store to track you purchases, enter to win our monthly Friend of Flower surprise gift, receive our newsletter, learn, attend activations and Marigolds events. Subscribe now to receive updates. 
    • Be respectful of our environment and fellow Friends of Flower while in-store.
    • Please be aware that it is a privilege to purchase legal cannabis in Canada and we encourage your awareness of our Federal, Provincial and Municipal laws. 
      • For up-to-date government information please visit:
        British Columbia Cannabis Clarity
What will I find in-store?

Marigolds Cannabis offers a variety of inhalation, concentrates, extracts, edibles, beverages and skin care. All products are available in-store and online via Click-and-Collect for in-store pick-up. Accessories may be purchased and shipped directly to you.

What is the legal age to purchase cannabis?
You must be 19 years or older to buy, use, possess, or grow non-medical cannabis in B.C.
What ID do I need?
Two pieces of ID are required to purchase cannabis at any regulated non-medical cannabis retail store. At least one piece of ID must be issued by a government agency and must include the holder’s name, date of birth and photo. Secondary ID is used for verification and must either the holder’s signature or photo.
How much cannabis can I purchase?
Public possession limits may not exceed 30 grams of dried cannabis or equivalent. (British Columbia)
What is Click-and-Collect?

We are pleased to offer Click-and-Collect via our online Flower Shop. This is a convenient and safe way to order cannabis products and accessories to pick-up in store during opening hours only. You can pay for your purchase online with credit or debit. Our Friends of Flower are here to help.

What is Marigolds Cannabis' return policy?
In compliance with provincial regulations Marigolds Cannabis considers all cannabis sales final, unless when product is clearly damaged/defective (expired, mouldy, and/or sustained significant damage while in transit to our store) or recalled by the LDB. In the event of a return a Friend of Flower Manager will contact the LDB (Liquor Distribution Branch) on your behalf to request a return. Should the LDB accept your return a refund will take place between two to three business days. All accessories are final sale.

Cannabis Education

Below are our most commonly asked questions about cannabis. Don’t see an answer to your question below? Connect with us directly.
What is Cannabis?
The cannabis plant contains a number of chemical compounds called cannabinoids that may affect the brain and other parts of the body’s nervous system. Parts of the cannabis plant that may be consumed include the leaves, flowers, and buds. Cannabis can be consumed in a number of ways, via inhalation, ingestible, edible, beverage, or applied to the skin. Cannabis is available in regulated non-medical cannabis stores and for medical purposes with an ACMPR permit. (Link to medical cannabis information below)
What is Cannabis?

The cannabis plant contains a number of chemical compounds called cannabinoids that may affect the brain and other parts of the body’s nervous system. Parts of the cannabis plant that may be consumed include the leaves, flowers, and buds. Cannabis can be consumed in a number of ways, via inhalation, ingestible, edible, beverage, or applied to the skin. Cannabis is available in regulated non-medical cannabis stores and for medical purposes with an ACMPR permit.
Find out more information on medical cannabis.

What is THC?
The most researched cannabinoid is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is responsible for the high and intoxication effects. THC has some therapeutic effects, but it can also have harmful effects. Harmful effects may be greater when the strength of THC is higher.
What is Cannabidiol (CBD)?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is another type of cannabinoid. Unlike THC, CBD does not produce a high or intoxication. It may be used for its therapeutic effects.
What are Terpenes?

Terpenes are fragrant oils found in plants, herbs, vegetables and fruit. And, the cannabis plant is no different in that it also offers signature terpenes giving the strain a particular scent, taste and affect when combined with other compounds such as, THC and Cannabidiols. There are over 100 identified terpenes, with unique found in the cannabis plant. Terpenes range from earthy, woodsy, herbal, spicy, citrus, sweet and even diesel scents and taste. Since terpenes are found in other types of plants, herbs, vegetable and fruits commonly used in naturopathic remedies, it stands to reason this would be no different with the cannabis plant and therefore the role of terpenes is important when choosing product.

Common terpenes are:

We love terpenes so much we have Marigolds Bloom botanical terpenes for you to enjoy in-store and purchase for home.

What is “the entourage effect”?
The presence of a variety of compounds together such as, THC, CBD and selection of terpenes when combined may cause synergistic effects that may produce unique benefits together versus apart. Therefore, in combination these compounds produce various effects that are often better together than apart.

 

What are the regulations for travelling with cannabis?
Does Marigolds Cannabis support access to medical cannabis?
Please ask us, we will help you find your way or view Marigolds Supports Access to Medical Cannabis – this will be the link to the VC site on christinamichael.ca

Access to Medical Cannabis in Canada

Have more questions?

We love meeting new people! Visit us in store for answers to all your cannabis questions or shoot us an email below and one of our certified product consultants will be in touch shortly.

 

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