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J. Supply Co. is a place created to allow all adults to safely access everything cannabis has to offer. Stylish and approachable. We are focused on the customer. Our locations provide a safe, engaging, informative and discovery based experience for the recreational cannabis market. Our stores have a modern sense of style that serves the diverse range of discerning clientele. Whether a seasoned consumer or someone looking to try for the first time; customers enjoy our informed staff and segment-leading interactive design ensuring an experience that surpasses expectations.

 

FAQs

+ How do I understand the THC and CBD content displayed on my cannabis product label?

In its natural state, cannabis has a low level of active cannabinoids. When cannabis is decarboxylated, either through heating or processing, its cannabinoid levels increase. So, the CBD and THC content are displayed on every product label in two ways.

On package labels, the first numbers, listed as “THC” and/or “CBD”, represent the active cannabinoid levels in the cannabis as purchased. Dried cannabis will have a low level of active cannabinoids because it hasn’t been heated yet.

The second numbers are listed as “Total THC” and “Total CBD.” These figures represent the active cannabinoid levels in the cannabis when ready for consumption. Because oil and capsule products have been processed (and the cannabinoids heated already), the second and first numbers will be the same between products.

To find out more about how to understand the information listed on a cannabis product label, click here.

+ What’s the difference between THC and Total THC on a cannabis product label?

“THC” refers to the quantity of active cannabinoids contained in the product at the time of purchase before it is heated by vaping, smoking or cooking.

“Total THC” refers to the levels of active cannabinoids in the cannabis after it has been prepared for consumption by heating through vaping, smoking or cooking. The “Total” cannabinoid content numbers are most helpful in identifying the potential potency that the product may have when consumed.

To better understanding how cannabinoid content is listed on cannabis product labels, click here.