Our cannabis is all organic, handled with care and love, and grown mostly in Central Oregon. We support sun grown cannabis and other sustainable practices. Quality is the utmost priority, ranging from our product to the design work that stands behind it.
Our dispensary is located in Bend, Oregon and was designed to have an urban rustic feel, while maintaining a very clean and professional environment. Created out of over 100 pallets, sheet metal, barn wood and other recycled material, from the walls to the display cases, everything was handcrafted with lots of positive energy.
At High Grade Organics we put all of our time towards our passions: cannabis and creativity. Our modern rustic interior creates a warm feeling showcasing our dedication to changing the way people view cannabis. From the aroma to the effects of every cannabis strain, we display our excitement through education and design.
Different people have different experiences. One individual may feel stress release, while another feels over-stimulated and stressed, while another feels energized and on-task. There are many factors that impact the effect:
Amount used (dosage)
Strain of cannabis used and method of consumption
Experience and history of cannabis use
Mindset or mood
Nutrition or diet
Types of Cannabis
Though cannabis is biologically classified as the single species Cannabis Sativa, there are at least three distinct plant varieties: Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica, and Cannabis Ruderalis, though the last is rare. There are also hybrids, which are crosses between sativa and indica varieties. Cannabis used for fiber is typically referred to as hemp and has only small amounts of the psychoactive cannabinoid THC, usually less than 1%.
Genetic “breeders” of the cannabis seed have developed thousands of different strains of cannabis from these three varieties. There are marked differences between sativa, indica, and hybrid. Today, we mostly find hybrids. It can be difficult to find pure indica or sativa.
All types of medical cannabis produce effects that are more similar than not, including pain and nausea control, appetite stimulation, reduced muscle spasm, improved sleep, and others. But individual strains will have differing cannabinoid and terpene content, producing noticeably different effects. Many people report finding some strains more beneficial than others. For instance, strains with more CBD tend to produce better pain and spasticity relief. As noted above, effects will also vary for an individual based on the setting in which it is used and the person's physiological state when using it.
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