Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


The information on this website, including but not limited to text, graphics, images and other material contained on this website, are for informational purposes only. The purpose of this website is to promote a better understanding and knowledge of the many uses of marijuana/cannabis. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen, and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.  Furthermore, it is your right as a patient to "doctor shop" - so if you believe strongly in the medical uses of marijuana (as I do), you might want to consider finding a doctor whose beliefs are in line with your own.

Can I overdose on marijuana?

No.  You absolutely cannot overdose on marijuana, whether it's medical or recreational.  You may eat or smoke too much and feel anxious or "trippy" but you will never die from it or even require medical attention.  If you feel like you've had too much, try to eat something (NOT medicated - ha!) and lie down.  Take a nap.  Don't fight it - if you go with the flow, you'll have a much better experience. Here are some websites that talk about "overdosing" on marijuana... this one here mentions "There are actually very few documented cases of death by a marijuana overdose."  But according to this article here, NO ONE has ever died from a marijuana overdose.  Here are a couple more:

Survival Tips for "Greening Out"

Marijuana Overdose: Can You Die from THC?


Is there a difference between medical and legal marijuana?

No, there is no difference between medical and legal/recreational marijuana.  However, the strength of the product might vary based on its intended consumption use.  Medical products tend to be stronger due to the simple fact that medical patients tolerance is higher.  Also, research has shown that marijuana strains that are high in CBD (cannabidiols) and low in THC can help patients with things like anxiety and inflammation without getting them "high".  So it's not a question of "medical versus recreational" but rather using the right type/strains of marijuana for the effect/use/treatment that you are looking for.

Click here to read Leafly's article "Which Cannabis Strains Are High in CBD?"

Do you sell your products?

I currently cannot sell my products until the legalities of the recreational "law" have been hashed out (pun intended) in my state.  So instead, I will gladly teach you how to make your own products!