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Yes - you can verify for yourself here! That means that everything we carry comes from licensed brands that have undergone testing and safety review ensuring all our products are free of harmful contaminants and the listed information is accurate.

Yes! We are very proud to be the only social equity licensed cannabis dispensary in DTLA which just means that we have higher levels of commitment to righting the failed war on drugs and community reinvestment - read about our mission and story here!

The City, County, and State charges taxes at the point of sale and are as follows:

15% (State of CA Cannabis Excise Tax) + 10% (City of LA Cannabis Business Tax) + 9.5% (LA County Sales Tax)

15% (State of CA Cannabis Excise Tax) + 5% (City of LA Cannabis Business Tax)

Yes! We offer 15% off your entire purchase every day with valid ID.

Yes! We offer 15% off your entire purchase every day with valid ID.

Yes! We offer 15% off your entire purchase every day with valid ID.

Join our loyalty program and you will be sent a coupon for a spin of the ‘free product wheel of joy’ which you can redeem the week leading up to or preceding your birthday!

A valid city, county, state, or federal issued ID that has your name, date of birth, height, gender and photo is required. Some examples are:
CA driver’s license
Out of state driver’s license
Passport – US or foreign
CA state ID
If you are a member of the Armed Forces, a valid ID issued as a member of the Armed Forces with your name, date of birth, and photo is acceptable.


Everyone’s tolerance and preferences are different. When you’re starting out, start slow with low doses of THC; 2mg of THC is said to be about equivalent to a beer which can be a lot to someone just starting out. Many products consider 5 or 10mg of THC to be a standard dose but for many new consumers consider trying only part of that dosage, waiting 45 minutes, and seeing how you react.

These are basically the categories strains fall under.

Indica strains originally developed in colder, more Northern latitudes and grow shorter, wider, and with fatter leaves - they are connected to relaxation, sleep, and more mellow acitivites. Indica - “in da couch.”

Sativa strains originated near the equator and the plants grow taller, slimmer, and with more narrow leaves - they are connected to energy, creativity, and making movies hilarious.

Hybrid is a cross between the two and can span the range of heavily sativa dominant to heavily indica dominant.

Strains are the different varietals of the cannabis plant. There are thousands of different strains and more are created every year. Cannabis growers create new strains by cross breeding different strains to produce entirely new strains. The strain names come from the growers themselves. Some names hint at the flavors, effects, or potency you can expect while other names are more creative than descriptive. Each strain has different combinations of active ingredients and terpenes that create a unique experience – taste, aroma, and effects. It’s very common for cannabis users to have favorite strains based on the experiences the strains produce.

THC and CBD are both phytocannabinoids produced by the cannabis plant but only THC provides psychoactive effects that get you high - CBD is used more for its calming and medicinal purposes. You will find a lot of THC products have CBD and that is to make it a more smooth high.

There are over 100 identified phytocannabinoids produced by the plant in addition to THC and CBD with THC (aka tetrahydrocannabinol) the most abundantly available cannabinoid in cannabis plants.

Cannabinoids are the active chemical compounds found in the Cannabis Plant. THC and CBD are the most widely known, but there are over 100 different types. Each strain of cannabis has various ratios of each cannabinoid and each cannabinoid has a different effect on the body. This is why you can have different results with different products based on the flowers that they use. Knowing the percentage of certain cannabinoids in your cannabis and/or cannabis-infused product can help you understand how the plant will affect your body.

Terpenes, often referred to as the essential oils of cannabis, are oils secreted by the cannabis plant. Each strain has a unique make up of terpenes and it’s these terpenes that create the aromas and taste profiles.
There are hundreds of different terpenes in cannabis but the most common are Myrcene, Pinene, Limonene, Caryophyllene, Linalool, Humulene. Terpenes are not unique to cannabis and you can find them in fruit, herbs, and other plants. Myrcene, for example, is found in highly fragrant plants such as mangoes, hops, bay leaves, thyme, basil and lemongrass.
The science is still fairly new on how terpenes contribute to the effects felt when consuming cannabis. Terpene content varies from strain to strain, grower to grower, and plant to plant.
To learn more about terpenes, check out this article on Leafly: