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I think they have the best cannabis in the area but that's not saying much if you get my drift. the biggest problem with this location is they have a hard time keeping a steady supply of the same cannabis more less they run out of a certain strain (Buddha Tahoe) way too often and it takes too long for them to replace that particular strain. there are no terpene profiles listed on any of their cannabis so it's hard to make informed decisions also most but not all of their cannabis comes packaged sealed already so you're not able to look at or even smell the cannabis much less touch it to see if it's too dry or not dry enough. the last part of that I know it's a stretch most places don't let you touch the cannabis but they should. I also feel that I know more about some of the products they sell them even they do which is not a good thing. needless to say they have my business and will continue to for the foreseeable future.
Why are there no terpene profiles for any products. Supposedly this is for medicinal purposes, and supposedly essential oils and terpenes make all the difference for targeting effects depending on symptoms. And yet, no information is available on anything except THC or CBD. We cannot make informed decisions without real data on terpenes.