This autumn, along with crisp leaves and vibrant colours, you may notice something else appearing in Alberta’s third most populace city. Red Deer will say hello to dried flowers, cannabis oil, and other cannabis products stocked in privately owned retail stores. The best part of all, these stores will be completely legal for recreational users as well as the more commonplace medical users starting October 17th.
Who is Up Cannabis?
Up Cannabis Inc. is a major cannabis supplier, and one of thirteen that have so far been approved. You may have already heard of Up Cannabis. They recently received permission to double their production space located in Ontario to keep up with the expected rise in demand. With the ban on marijuana products being lifted not just from Red Deer, but all of Canada, Up Cannabis may be hard pressed to keep up with demand.
Recreational users will be able to shop a variety of high quality options at these stores. Top quality dried flowers, which are the best part of the cannabis plant for smoking will be available, as well as cannabis oil for vaping or other uses. Some stores may even stock edibles, with THC infused candies and much more available.
Best Brand Available in UP Cannabis?
Among brands listed as available, the Budderweeds brand is thought to be the best by many for high quality cannabis oil, as well as dried flowers and other products. This brand will be among the products stocked on Red Deer shelves come October 17th.
Budderweeds is designed specifically for recreational use, and is perfect for both experienced users and first timers. If you’re not sure where to start in the growing collection of products being announced, look for Budderweeds, and you’ll be assured of an enjoyable experience and top quality products.
As might be expected, the news that cannabis will be legal for recreational purposes as well as medical has been met with enthusiasm. Cannabis is a very popular drug, and is even used in religious ceremonies in some parts of the world. With the excitement reaching thousands of potential customers, shipping may be the best way to get your product. There is a limit to how much brick and mortar stores can keep in stock. The AGLC plans to have an online portal available as well, which may make getting hold of the specific brand of cannabis oil or dried flowers you hope for easier.
October is going to be an exciting month for Canadians whether they get their cannabis online or off. Cannabis is already a very large industry, and the recreational market is expected to be huge. Whether you already know what products you want, or are just curious to see what a cannabis shop looks like, October 17th will give you the opportunities you seek. Check out what products are going to be available at Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS), Alberta Cannabis, BC Cannabis Store and Société québécoise du cannabis.