Start Low, Go Slow.

The effects of medical cannabis vary greatly depending on your body’s unique biochemistry. When determining your own optimal dosage, always start with a smaller amount than you think you need—try 5mg or 10mg—and wait for the medication to take effect before taking more.

There’s more than one way to use your medicine. Our role at Wellness Connection is to guide you toward the right cannabis experience for you. For your convenience, we offer all things cannabis in one place – everything from cured, dry flower to medibles, vape pens, topicals, and more. Read about each type of delivery method and let’s define which ones may be right for you together.

Vaporization

Vape pens and vaporizers heat cannabis oil or flower to a temperature just high enough to release THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids, without releasing potentially harmful particulate, minimizing the health risks associated with smoking.

Medibles

A popular alternative to smoking cannabis flower, WCM medibles—medicinal edibles—come in a wide variety of delicious forms and flavors. Choose from our selection of baked goods, fresh from our own kitchen; beverages; chocolate; hard candy; soft candy; elixirs; and capsules.

Concentrates

We offer multiple forms of medicinal concentrates, which can be smoked or vaporized. Kief is a concentration of trichomes (flower crystals), sifted and compressed. Sap is created in our CO2 lab by extracting and purifying essential oils from our own cannabis plants into a beautifully transparent, amber sap, with a THC content exceeding 65 percent. Concentrates are just that—highly concentrated medicine. A very small amount will go a long way.

Distillates

Cannabis distillates are an even more refined form of cannabis concentrates than RCO or shatter. Specific compounds – cannabinoids, terpenes, or flavonoids – can be isolated and extracted from the cannabis plant using clean C02, and further refined using either steam distillation or fractional distillation. Both of these processes are used in the fragrance and essential oil industries to remove chemical compounds in their purest form from many types of organic material, and can easily be applied to cannabis to produce the purest (often exceeding 99%) concentrates available. The finished product is very versatile. and can be used in a variety of ways, including: vaporization, transdermal or topical preparations, or added to ingestible forms of medicine like edibles and tinctures.

Combustion

The most common form of medical cannabis is the dried flower, which can be smoked or vaporized with the help of various accoutrements. WCM flower— grown in our state-of-the-art facility where it’s triple-tested for consistency and purity—is available in a wide range of strains, each cultivated to bring out specific medicinal properties.
 
Sometimes finding a strain of medicine that fulfills your needs requires trial and error. We suggest that as you try new strains, you keep track of their effects and the relief they provide. This will allow us to better assist you to find those that work best for you.

Topicals

Topical preparations are cannabis-infused compounds, which are absorbed through the skin for localized relief of pain and inflammation. Most are non-psychoactive so they’re a great choice for members who want the therapeutic benefits of cannabis without the THC “high.”