How much is a Safari ride?
It only costs $1 to go a short distance, and $2 to go longer distances
How do I hail a Safari?
Along the Safari Route,, the drivers are looking for passengers to pick up. Just look for the truck with seat in the back and you can simply wave a friendly “hello” and if they are on the clock, they will stop.
What time do Safari’s operate?
Where Da WEED AT?
As you may know by the smell of it, Cannabis is EVERYWHERE! However, you can purchase our branded products at these fine retailers.
Is Cannabis legal in the USVI?
Cannabis in the United States Virgin Islands is illegal for medical and recreational use (for now), but possession of under 1 ounce (28 g) is decriminalized. Medical use was legalized in 2019 through a bill that passed the Senate 9–4 called The Medical Cannabis Patient Care Act (MCPCA). They passed the laws but haven't finished creating all of the rules and regulations yet. This makes delta 9 THC products over the .3% net wt by volume illegal. For the most up to date information, we recommend visiting the website for the Virgin Islands Office of Cannabis Regulations and contact them directly or sign up for the newsletter.
What is the (MCPCA) VI Medical Cannabis Patient Care Act?
The law which allows the use of medical marijuana in the U.S. Virgin Islands is known as the VI Medical Cannabis Patient Care Act. It was signed and enacted by Honorable Governor Albert Bryan on 17 January 2019 in the Territory. For more info, please read the complete law linked here.
What Medical Conditions are covered under Medical Marijuana VI?
- Crohn’s disease
- Ulcerative colitis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Huntington’s disease
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Hepatitis C
- Chronic pain
- Traumatic brain injury
- Hospice care
- Neuropathic pain
What is Marijuana?
Marijuana—which is commonly known as Cannabis, pot, herb, or weed derived from the dried leaves, flowers, seeds, and stems of the plant. The most widely occurring compounds are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which plays a significant role in mind-altering or impairing. Another compound is cannabidiol (CBD); it does not involve mind-altering and does not cause a high.
What is THC?
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the naturally occurring cannabinoid in the hemp plant and the main psychoactive component. It is different from CBD because the use of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) feels you get high. Actually, THC contains two isomers- with different structures but the same chemical formula. Depending on the derivation method, THC exists in two predominant isomeric forms, D8 and D9.
What is D9?
D9 (or Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) is a common form of THC and the main isomer of THC. It has more psychoactive effects than Delta-8; however, the study shows its potential to get more significant benefits to the endocannabinoid system (ECS). ECS is responsible for a wide range of functions in the human body and a complex cell-signaling system.
What is D8?
D8 is one of the notable relatives of D9; it is present in small amounts within the cannabis plant. Mainly it is a synthetically derived and more stable isomer of THC than D9. The main difference between the D8 and D9 is that D9 has a double bond on the 9th carbon atoms, and D8 has a double bond on the 8th carbon. On the other hand, D9 is more potent than D8 and has a strong psychoactive effect. That’s why D8 tends to result in less anxiety-inducing and produces a more calming cannabis experience.
Comparison between D8, D9, & CBD?
CBD (or cannabidiol) is a popular choice worldwide and is used as an alternative source of wellness and self-care. It exists in different forms such as topicals, edibles, tinctures, and vapes and other concentrated forms. However, the difference between CBD and D8 and D9 is that D8 and D9 are isomers of THC and exhibit psychoactive properties, while CBD does not exhibit any psychoactive properties. SO, CBD is an ideal cannabis product to the intended entourage effect of cannabis/hemp-based products.
How old should you be to consume Cannabis?
An adult should be 21+ to consume Cannabis. Officially Recreational dispensaries are open to the public for people above age 21. (valid government issued I.D.).
How much Cannabis do I take?
Figuring out your dosing doesn’t have to be a challenge. Keep it simple with the old “Start Low, and Go Slow!” method. Typically, edibles take the longest to kick in. Here is a chart that show cases consumption methods and time of onset.
What is the best Cannabis strain?
There are several types of Cannabis, such as Hybrids, Indica, and Sativa. Each strain has different effects, such as Indica is famous for calming and relaxing effects while Sativa produces more focused and uplifting effects. Technically it's the ratio of terpenes that define a particular cannabis strain, or cultivar. You can choose your product according to what kind of experience you want, but let our Certified Budtenders help you and navigate you through our vast myriad of products and healing services.
Is Cannabidiol (CBD) a medicine?
Yes, CBD is used as medicine now. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Epidiolex, a medicine used to treat seizure disorders, containing purified CBD from cannabis plants. According to the FDA, it is safe and effective for the patients; however, FDA does not approve the marketed use of CBD.
Why do teens use Cannabis?
Although the use of Cannabis in teenagers is not healthy, after Alcohol, Cannabis is the most common drug which is used for different purposes. Teens most use this for
- To relax and have fun
- Try something new
- Get High
- Escape from routine
- Focus or cope
- Medical purposes
Is Cannabidiol (CBD) legal in the United States?
U.S. Congress passed the Agriculture Improvement Act external icon2 in 2018 (also known as the 2018 Farm Bill). According to this law, hemp is removed from the federal controlled substances Act and legalizing CBD if it comes from hemp. However, few states did not remove hemp from their state-controlled substances act; hence legality of CBD products varies across states.
Is it possible to have a bad reaction to Marijuana?
Marijuana is not harmless to some people. There have been some patients who have unwanted reactions. Some reactions could include:
- Extreme confusion
- Fast heart rate
- Delusions or hallucinations
- Increased blood pressure
- Severe nausea or vomiting
- Increased Appetite
- Uncontrollable Laughter
For additional education our friends over at Leafly do an amazing job of explaining things. Check out Cannabis 101