Mix & Match Your Weed – The More You Buy, the More You Save!

Medically Reviewed on Jun 27, 2021 by Dr. K Langdon

Buy weed online in Canada at Just Cannabis and take part in our mix and match cannabis option. Choose from a range of marijuana strains and build your customized ounces or pounds of weed. The more cannabis you buy, the greater the discounts. Get the best value on our marijuana with our mix and match weed offer.

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Why Mix and Match Cannabis?

Have you always wanted to try as many weed strains as you possibly can? And are you finding that doing so doesn’t exactly fit into your budget? Well, then you’re in luck! The mix and match weed option allows you to build your choice of ounces of weed or even pounds. Just simply select from the list of available marijuana strains and create your ounces or pounds. The Mix & Match weed option is a perfect way to enjoy the wide variety of flavours and effects of cannabis strains. So buy weed online at Just Cannabis and save big when you buy in bulk. 

Mix and Match is a fantastic way of trying out new and expensive strains at a discounted price. Buyers who opt for this cannabis have complete liberty to choose which strain they want in the mix. This choice allows the buyer to add weed strains that are otherwise pretty expensive into the mix and purchase them for a discounted price. The buyer can go for as low as an ounce to up to an entire pound, making the mix and match cannabis choice a much more feasible and a better option. 

For a more detailed breakdown, you can check out our guide to all things cannabis

 

The Different Weed Strain Types

There are three main categories of cannabis plants: Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid weed. Each of these marijuana strain types has its own unique set of traits. However, the characteristics and effects can often overlap between subspecies. The best thing about being able to mix and match your weed is that you can choose a variety of these fantastic strains.

Cannabis Sativa Strains: are perfect for people who have a hectic work schedule and need help with focus and creativity. Sativa strains are well known for their refreshing and uplifting effects. These effects are also why they are termed as “daytime weed” because they provide a mental high that helps people feel more energized and revitalized. However, pure Sativa strains are hard to find because they are native to a select few world regions. This segregation is mainly because Sativa plants need a much longer time to grow than Indica strains. After all, the yield is lower than Indica varieties. This shorter time is the reason why farmers prefer growing Indica because they can make more profit. However, this does not mean that Sativa is as rare as the gemstone painite. Producers now make Sativa strains with the help of hybrid strains that make the availability of Sativa and Indica much more feasible to consumers that reside in parts of the world where the two strains cannot be grown [more on it later]. 

Cannabis Indica Strains: Indica strains are perfect for users looking for weed to help them relax and feel less anxious and stressed. Indica, aka “InDaCouch” strains, is notorious for providing a body high of sorts that makes the consumer’s limbs feel heavy, preventing them from moving too much. This body-numbing sensation is called the “couchlock” effect that Indica strains provide users. This strain is also excellent for people who have insomnia and have trouble sleeping as Indica induces drowsiness. Indica is also the most preferred strain among farmers because it takes a shorter time to grow and has a better yield than Sativa.  

Cannabis Hybrid Strains: As the name suggests, the hybrid strains are a combination of Indica and Sativa. These are superior in quality, taste and are known for their ability to provide a euphoric experience and mild symptomatic relief. Hybrid strains are the reason for the widespread cultivation of Sativa. They come in 3 types; the first being Indica-dominant strains, the second being Sativa-dominant strains, and the third being those containing an equal percentage of Indica and Sativa. If a hybrid strain is dominant in either Indica or Sativa, then the strain’s properties will be closer to the dominant strain. Most of the cannabis usually found in the market nowadays is hybrid mainly because pure Indica or pure Sativa is not easy to grow everywhere. Indica and Sativa have their requirements to grow, whereas the hybrid strains can be grown pretty much anywhere, including greenhouses. 

For a more detailed breakdown of hybrid, Sativa and Indica weed strains, you can visit our Sativa vs Indica guide.

Benefits of THC
Benefits of THC

Benefits of Smoking Weed

Different individuals take cannabis for many reasons, and the experienced effects will largely depend on several factors. One of these factors is the type of weed you are smoking. For instance, people typically use Sativa strains throughout the day. This early use is because of the increases in energy, happiness, and mood with Sativa use. 

In comparison, Indica weed strains typically make the users feel passive, relaxed, sedated and euphoric. These effects make it a suitable marijuana strain for nighttime use. Also, hybrid weed strains are what you are looking for if you want effects from both Indica and Sativa cannabis. The Sativa effects often hit first; then the Indica effects creep in afterward for a pleasantly balanced intoxicating experience.

So make sure you take advantage of the mix and match weed option and enjoy a range of tastes and effects. 

Relaxation Happiness Uplifted-ness
Focus Creativity Energy 
Euphoria Lethargy Sedation
Hunger Lethargy Giggles

 

Medical Benefits

Marijuana in Canada is used by many for its therapeutic effects. Medical cannabis patients typically use cannabis Sativa strains to ease anxiety, depression, stress, ADD/ADHD, and pain.

People generally use Indica marijuana strains to relax the mind and muscles. These sensations make weed great for pain relief, stress, sleep problems, and muscle spasms. Sativa strains provide a set of effects more suitable for daytime use. Furthermore, if you want the effects of both Indica and Sativa genetics, then hybrid strains are a popular choice in the MMJ community.

The best thing about mix and match weed is that you can order a range of strains with a broader set of effects. Some marijuana is useful for certain things but horrible for others. Being able to mix & match your weed eliminates this problem. You can have daytime weed and nighttime weed and different types to boot!

Below are some of the most common medical uses of marijuana:

Anxiety Depression Stress
Aches Pains Inflammation
Muscle Spasms Insomnia Lack of Appetite
Vomiting ADD/ADHD PTSD
Glaucoma Epilepsy Addictions
Fatigue Nausea Spasticity
Movement Disorders Autoimmune Issues  

 

Possible Side Effects

Anything that can alter your mental abilities after consumption is bound to have adverse side effects. Weed also limits your cognitive capabilities and therefore comes under fire for its side effects. Despite all the good, cannabis is also responsible for many side effects that can seriously affect the person’s health in both the long-term and short-term. 

As of yet, researchers have been able to recognize some severe effects caused by the >short-term use of cannabis. Some of these include memory-related problems, paranoia, slower reaction time, increased heart rate, and stroke chances alongside sexual issues. A study2 showed that men who smoked marijuana were four times are more likely to struggle with orgasms.

 

Dry Mouth Red Eyes Lethargy
Dizziness Paranoia Anxiousness
Headaches Nausea Vomiting
Chest Pain Rapid Heart Rate Memory Retention Issues
Coordination Issues Respiratory Irritation Increased Heart Rate
Low Blood Pressure Drowsiness Restlessness

 

Best Ways to Take Cannabis

There are currently several creative ways to take weed. However, the most popular ways to take cannabis are to:

  • Smoke it in a joint
  • Toke it in a bong
  • Smoke it in a pipe
  • Vape it in a dry herb vaporizer
  • Eat it in edibles

 

Cannabis Dosage Chart

LEVEL POTENCY (THC) EFFECTS FOR WHO?
Microdose < 3%  Non-Psychoactive Microdosers
Low 3 -  9%  Light New Stoners
Moderate 10 - 18% Moderate Moderate Stoners
High 19 - 25% High Heavy Stoners
Stoner > 25% Intense Master Stoners

 

Related Products

Cannabis products come in all shapes and sizes, from high THC cannabis concentrates, to potent weed edibles, to CBD products with no THC at all. Cannabis concentrates are potent forms of THC and are not for the faint of heart. The same goes for marijuana edibles that are known to induce intense highs. 

There are even magic mushroom products for those looking for an out-of-this-world psychedelic experience. These products contain psilocybin, the main ingredient that causes hallucinatory effects.

Here are some of the most popular alternatives to regular marijuana buds:

Cannabis Concentrates are products with high levels of THC and minimal plant matter. The beneficial compounds are separated from the unwanted plant material, leaving a purer and more potent product. Cannabis concentrates are efficient because it takes a lesser amount of product to achieve the desired high. However, this same reason can also open doors to overconsumption that can lead to severe side effects. Concentrates contain three times as much THC as a regular joint making their overconsumption a significant reason for some pretty harsh side effects like paranoia, anxiety, dizziness, and coordination loss. Therefore it is recommended to ingest minimal amounts of concentrates as concentrates can get you the desired high with very little product consumption.

Some of the most common weed concentrates include hash, shatter, budder, THC oil, live resin, THC distillate, and weed vapes.

Weed Edibles are cannabis products that you can eat. Many cannabis edibles are everyday food items that you infuse with THC. Some of Canada’s most famous marijuana edibles include THC gummies, THC chocolate, weed cookies, THC capsules, and THC tinctures.

CBD Products are items that do not cause intoxication. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a cannabinoid found in cannabis. However, CBD does not attach to receptors in the brain and does not cause THC use's intoxicating effects. Some of Canada’s most common cannabidiol products include CBD oil, CBD capsules, CBD edibles, CBD vapes, and CBD gummies.

Magic Mushrooms products are those that contain the hallucinatory drug psilocybin. These products are perfect for those looking for a much more intense experience. Some of the most sought-after shroom products include dried shrooms, shroom chocolate, shroom gummies, shroom capsules, and shroom tea.

 

Mix & Match Weed | Just Cannabis

At JustCannabis, we are proud to offer a mix and match weed option for our customers to enjoy various marijuana strains at a discounted cost. Select from a wide range of available weed strains and build your customized ounces or pounds! Sign up, create an account, and receive special deals and exclusive promotions. Make JustCannabis your online weed shop and start saving now. We regularly update the cannabis strains we offer in our mix & match weed promotion, so be sure to check back often. 

 

References

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  2. Government of Canada. (2020, October 28). Medical Use of Cannabis. Available at: https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/topics/cannabis-for-medical-purposes.html
  3. Web MD. (2020). How Pot Affects Your Mind and Body. Available At: https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/addiction/marijuana-use-and-its-effects#1
  4. Short- & Long-Term Effects of Marijuana. Accessed Jan 30th at https://www.drugfreeworld.org/drugfacts/marijuana/short-and-long-term-effects.html
  5. Ewen Callaway, Regular marijuana usage robs men of sexual highs. Accessed Jan 30th  at https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn17671-regular-marijuana-usage-robs-men-of-sexual-highs/
  6. Leigh Phillips, Drop in IQ linked to heavy teenage cannabis use. Accessed Jan 30th  at https://www.nature.com/news/drop-in-iq-linked-to-heavy-teenage-cannabis-use-1.11278
  7. Zerrin Atakan. (2012, December 2). Cannabis, a complex plant: Different compounds and different effects on individuals. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3736954