What can I legally buy?

In each transaction, dispensaries are allowed to sell up to the equivalent of 28.35 grams or 1
ounce of usable cannabis.
That means up to:
 28.35 grams (1 ounce) of dried flower, or
 4 grams of solid cannabis concentrates or resin, or the equivalent of 4 grams
of concentrate in liquid form (solution in milliliters), or
 4 grams of vaporized formulations (oil), or
 1000 mg of multiple ingestible cannabis-infused products (10 100 mg packages)
like gummies
A purchase of a combination of products may be 14.17 grams (1/2 ounce) of dried flower and 2
grams of concentrate, or 5 packages of gummies and 14.17 grams (1/2 ounce) of dried flower.
Equivalency is based on total weight of the product sold. For products containing both THC
and CBD, equivalency is based on the total weight of the concentrate. For example, a product
containing 400 mg of CBD and 100 mg of THC, total weight is 500 mg or 0.5 grams.

How much cannabis am I allowed to have on me?

New Jersey state law allows adults 21 years and older to have up to 6 oz of cannabis and
cannabis products in their possession.

What taxes do dispensaries charge for cannabis and cannabis products?

Retail sales of cannabis and cannabis products are subject to New Jersey sales tax of 6.63%.

What Are The Different Types Of Cannabis Products?

Cannabis flower refers to the dried flower bud, sometimes referred to as a “nug,” of a
female cannabis plant. Typically, the flower of a cannabis plant is what’s harvested, dried,
cured, and is then sold here at the dispensary.

Vape cartridges, aka “vape carts”, allow users to vaporize fresh cannabis flower. Similar to the nicotine industry, vape carts utilize heat to change the oil in a cartridge
to vapor for inhalation. Vape carts require a 510 thread battery for usage unless already
provided with the cartridge (such as disposable carts which come with a battery attached). Vaping cannabis offers immediate onset of effects.

Concentrates are just that – concentrated forms of THC and/or CBD,
typically consumed with the use of a vaporizer like a rig. Concentrates use a
solvent, typically ethanol, BHO or CO2, to extract the beneficial cannabinoids and
terpenes from cannabis plants by using heat and pressure. The resulting extracts are
manipulated to form Shatter, Crumble, Rosin, Badder, Budder, Sugar, Wax and more.
Concentrates offers immediate onset of effects.

Cannabis edibles refer to any food product that is infused with cannabis. Edibles come
in many forms such as soft lozenges, hard lozenges, chocolates, caramels, beverages, and more!
They can be enjoyed in many creative ways. Edibles are unique from other forms of cannabis
primarily because they do not take effect until the cannabinoids have been metabolized
and released into your bloodstream, therefore it typically takes longer to feel the onset of
effects. The metabolization offers a unique medicating experience.

Oral consumption of cannabis is a discreet way to achieve long-lasting
effects. Tinctures and oils are cannabis products meant for oral consumption and can be
consumed directly into the mouth. These may also be used to create homemade, infused
cannabis edibles tailored to your dosing preferences.

Topicals are used to provide pain relief for localized areas on one’s body. Due
to the fat solubility of cannabinoids, the THC and/or CBD cannabis within these lotions, gels, creams
and balms dissipate in the upper layers of the skin, and it is incapable of reaching the

Compound Breakdown


Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is main cannabinoid found in cannabis plants. THC is the compound that produces the intoxicating, psychoactive “high” that is often associated cannabis.

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a compound found in the cannabis plant. It is typically extracted as an oil from the cannabis plants and used for medicinal or therapeutic purposes. Although they are both compounds of cannabis, CBD differs from THC because it does not attribute to the “high” effect.


Sativa strains have energizing effects, and people often consume cannabis from these strains during the daytime. Some people claim that the strain allows them to focus more and be more creative. Sativa strains are described as giving a cognitive or “head high” versus the body high that is felt with Indica strains. Due to its mood-lifting and energizing effects, sativa strains are preferred by people who have depression or exhaustion. It has also been described to relieve some of the symptoms of ADHD and other mood disorders.


Indica strains tends to be very relaxing. A common term to describe indica is “in da couch” due to its sedating properties. For this reason, it is commonly used at night before going to bed or. It creates more of a “body high” due to its relaxing effects. This is the preferred strain type for people who experience insomnia. Studies have shown that more people found relief from insomnia and pain when using the indica strain.


Hybrid strains have combined characteristics of Sativa and Indica plants, depending on its genetic lineage. It is common for hybrid strains to be marked as indica-dominant or sativa-dominant. Essentially, hybrids are a mix of the two strains (indica and sativa) and can have unique effects from person to person. Different flavors are achieved by combining specific strains, whether it be for effect, taste, or just plain curiosity. Thanks to genetic combinations, users can enjoy unique cannabinoid profiles of cannabis plants.

Compound Breakdown


Terpenes are naturally occurring chemical compounds found in plants and are responsible for plant’s aromas, flavors, and colors. Cannabis experts look at terpenes to classify cannabis products and predict their effects. Terpenes interact with cannabinoids in what experts call the “entourage effect”, which is the hypothesis that the “full spectrum” of cannabis, including all the cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds found in cannabis, work synergistically to produce the sensations and effects of cannabis. We like to describe terpenes as the “steering wheel” and cannabinoids as the “vehicle” to the effect you will feel from cannabis products.


A major ingredient in cloves, rosemary, and hops, beta-caryophyllene could be beneficial for managing symptoms of anxiety and depression.


Known for its distinct pine-like smell, this terpene contains both anti-depressant and anti-cancer properties.


This terpene is found in ginseng, which has long been used in Ayurvedic medicine for its energizing and uplifting effects.


One of the most commonly found terpenes, limonene has distinct citrus notes and may potentially have anti-cancer, anti-anxiety, and anti-depressive properties.


This terpene provides plants with a wonderful lavender scent which may help to alleviate stress and calm one’s nerves.


Myrcene, commonly found in mangoes, has antifungal and antibacterial properties. It offers that much needed sedation, ideal for those suffering from pain.

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