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Why Choose Blue Moon?

From top quality products at unbeatable prices to our reward program and great customer service Blue Moon is the best choice for bud delivery. We have frequent sales and giveaways to show our customers how much we appreciate them. Our loyalty program offers customers 5% back in points for every order they place. Our competitive referral program also makes sure your friends get to experience the Blue Moon advantage.  We carry a wide array of products ranging from their natural form such as cannabis flower, mushrooms, cannabis product extracts such as CBD oils, concentrates and edibles. We are always furthering our selection to be at the forefront of cutting edge cannabis products. Our product is sourced only from the highest quality producers ranging from local east coast producers to coveted BC growers. The second ingredient in our recipe to a blossoming business is our second to none quick delivery times boasting a record of less than 2 day delivery times within Canada. For our local customers within HRM we offer a same day weed delivery service to get our products in their hands quick and hassle-free. With over 20 years of experience we know the backbone to a strong business begins with customer service and trust. Our loyal customers will tell you it is once in a blue moon you will get the level of quality and service we offer.

What’s The Difference between CBC and THC?

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Cannabidiol, best known as (CBD), is a chemical compound that can be found in the flowers of cannabis sativa. It is the second most prevalent of the active ingredients of cannabis (the first being tetrahydrocannabinol – THC). CBD is a cannabinoid that was discovered in 1940. CBD is one of more than a hundred and twenty cannabinoids which are unique to the cannabis sativa plant and it accounts for about 40 percent of the plant’s extracts. Many plants contain cannabinoids, but people most commonly link them to the cannabis sativa plant. Unlike other cannabinoids — such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – CBD does not get you “high” or produce a “psychoactive” effect. This is because CBD does not affect people the same way that THC does.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the main psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis, and causes the sensation of getting “high” that’s often associated with marijuana. However, unlike THC, CBD is not psychoactive.
CBD is an entirely different compound from THC, and its effects are very complex. The human body has an endocannabinoid system (ECS) that receives and translates signals from cannabinoids. It produces some cannabinoids of its own, which are called endocannabinoids. The ECS helps with functions such as sleeping, immune-system responses, and pain. CBD influences your body to use its own endocannabinoids more effectively without the “high” associated with THC. This quality makes CBD an appealing option for those who are looking for relief from their ailments without the psychoactive effects of marijuana or other drugs. CBD may change the effects of THC on the body if both are present.

What’s the best temperature for dabbing concentrates?

Dabbing is the process of vaporizing small amounts “dabs” of cannabis concentrates or extracts.
Dabbing at low temperatures between 350°-450°F is considered to be low temp dabbing. Low temperature dabbing results in long, flavorful, smooth rips. Low temp dabs are easier on your lungs and offer more flavorful hits. Low temp dabs also ensure that no harmful compounds are produced during your dabbing experience. While low temp dabs may provide a less intense effect, these effects can be more prolonged when compared to high temp dabs. Many believe this is because of the effect from consuming not just the cannabinoids but also the terpenes which can be burned off and eliminated at higher temps. THC does not activate until it reaches 315 °F and CBD has a boiling point of 320–356 °F. Low temp dabbing between 350°-450°F vaporizes terpene profiles without burning them, allowing for the best possible flavor as originally intended by the extraction process.
450°F – 600°F (232°C – 315°C): In this medium temperature setting, you’ll experience lower flavor profiles but likely higher cloud production and stronger, more intense psychoactive effects but for a shorter time. 600°F – 900°F (315°C – 482°C): High temp dabs occur when the nail reaches temperatures of 600° and above (red hot), resulting in instantaneous vaporization of the concentrate and a strong, harsh hit. High temp dabs tend to offer much more intense psychoactive effects at a faster rate than low temp dabs. Users who dab in this range will see their concentrates combust quickly and produce thick clouds when vaporizing. Many of the unique flavors will be lost at these temperatures as more of the terpenes will be burnt off.

What’s The Benefits of Terpenes?


Terpenes are a group of organic compounds found in plants, particularly in cannabis and hemp. These compounds are responsible for the distinct aroma and flavor of different strains of cannabis. However, terpenes offer more than just sensory pleasure. They also provide numerous health benefits, making them a valuable component of plant medicine.
One of the key benefits of terpenes is their potential anti-inflammatory properties. Research has shown that certain terpenes, such as beta-caryophyllene and myrcene, have anti-inflammatory effects. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals suffering from chronic inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis or inflammatory bowel disease. By reducing inflammation in the body, terpenes may help alleviate symptoms and improve overall well-being.
Another advantage of terpenes is their potential to relieve pain. Some terpenes, such as limonene and linalool, have analgesic properties, which means they can help reduce pain sensation. This makes them a natural alternative to conventional pain medications with potentially fewer side effects.
Furthermore, terpenes have been found to possess antimicrobial properties. Certain terpenes, like pinene and terpinolene, have shown antibacterial and antifungal activity. This makes them useful in fighting against harmful microorganisms and promoting good hygiene.
In addition to their specific benefits, terpenes also contribute to the entourage effect. This refers to the synergistic interaction between various compounds in cannabis, including cannabinoids like THC and CBD, as well as terpenes. The entourage effect is believed to enhance the therapeutic potential of cannabis, making it more effective in treating various conditions.
In conclusion, terpenes offer a range of benefits that go beyond their pleasant aroma and taste. From reducing inflammation and relieving pain to fighting against microbes and enhancing the entourage effect, terpenes play a crucial role in plant medicine. As research continues to uncover more about these compounds, we can expect to see even more applications and benefits of terpenes in the future.