You can expect to experience the more common and milder side effects associated with smoking cannabis , such as dry mouth and dry eyes. Some novice smokers also reported feeling slightly dizzy or paranoid or had a slight headache after smoking the Bubblegum strain. More experience cannabis smokers who are accustomed to smoking stronger strains of cannabis, and those who don’t overindulge, shouldn’t have any problems from smoking Bubblegum weed. The Bubblegum strain is an excellent option for both the recreational and medicinal cannabis smoker. This strain is great for kicking back and relaxing, particularly later in the evening when you are ready to unwind.
You can unsubscribe from Leafly email messages anytime. Blue Enzo is a hybrid strain, a child of the potent Blueberry and Haze strains, marrying sativa and indica together in a tasty, frosty ceremony that results in one packed bud. This strain can reach average high THC levels, so prepare experience a high like none other, even if you are a smoker who has been hitting the pipe for years. Clear Choice Cannabis proudly offers Blue Enzo at our Tacoma, Washington dispensary, serving both adult-use recreational users and medical marijuana patients. This product has intoxicating effects and may be habit forming. Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug. There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. Rules about buying and using cannabis in San Francisco. It is legal in California to buy and use cannabis if you are 21 or older. But, like tobacco and alcohol, there are laws that you need to follow. Buying, selling and growing cannabis in San Francisco. Adults can buy and carry: Up to 1 ounce (28.5 grams) of cannabis Up to 8 grams of concentrated cannabis. You can only sell cannabis if you have a Retail Cannabis Permit from San Francisco and a license from California. You can grow up to 6 cannabis plants in your home or in a locked and enclosed yard. It must not be visible to the public, and the property owner must approve. If you have a Medical Marijuana ID card, you can buy, carry, and grow more. You must lock up cannabis and cannabis products away from children and pets. To buy medical cannabis, you need a Medical Marijuana ID card or a doctor's recommendation. You do not pay sales tax if you buy cannabis with a Medical Marijuana ID card. Grow up to 12 cannabis plants for your own use Buy up to 8 ounces of flower. You can buy even more than 8 ounces if your doctor recommends it. You cannot smoke, eat, vape, or use cannabis: In public places, like parks and sidewalks Near schools or anywhere with children (you can’t even carry cannabis at places like day care centers) Inside most buildings, like workplaces, restaurants and bars, entertainment venues, and the common areas of multi-unit housing At outdoor public events like music festivals, street fairs and parades. Generally, you cannot smoke or vape cannabis in places where you cannot smoke tobacco. You can use cannabis in private homes if the owner allows it. You can consume cannabis in a dispensary that has a consumption lounge.
Driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal and you can be arrested, fined, and have your license suspended. You cannot drive or ride in a vehicle with an open container of cannabis. Employers can still: Have a drug and alcohol-free workplace Require drug tests for employees Turn you down for a job because you use cannabis Fire you, demote you, or take other action against you for using cannabis. Cannabis is still considered an illegal drug by the federal government. You can be arrested or prosecuted for buying or using cannabis on federal land. Many places in California are policed by federal authorities.
They include, but are not limited to: Airports National parks Federal buildings Military installations. If you are not a US citizen, using cannabis or working in the cannabis industry can hurt your immigration status. You should get legal advice before leaving the United States or applying for naturalization.