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What's the deal with delivery in Kingston?
Oh how the times change. Unfortunately, the Ontario government has ordered cannabis shops to stop all delivery and curb-side pickup. As much as we'd like to be your weed fairies, we simply cannot any longer. As always our store will be open our regular hours for walk-ins.
Where can I see your menu?
That'd be in our online shop, right here. Our shop is connected directly to our store inventory and is updating live constantly. So if we're out of your favourite bud for now, when we get some in you'll see it restock right away on the web. The future is now, folks.
Can I purchase Mary J's products online?
You sure can, partner. Pre-order right here on our website and pick up in-store. We also offer free local delivery to all Kingston residents within 10km of MJC. To place an order, visit our shop here and tap on view menu.
THC and CBD. No, they're not financial acronyms. So what are they?
If you want to stunt on your friends, the abbreviations stand for tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). These are the two main active compounds in cannabis. The actual important thing to know here is that THC produces the 'high' affect, while CBD eases anxiety and induces feelings of relaxation without any psychoactive affects. Enjoy friends.
Sativas, Indicas, Hybrids... what is this sorcery?
Any of you heard of the Stoned Ape Theory? Well have we got a story for you... So strains of cannabis are generally categorized into three groups: indica, sativa, and hybrid. The often-applied rule of thumb is that sativas are more invigorating and energizing, while indicas are more relaxing and calming. Hybrids come from a cross breeding between the groups. Hybrids represent the lions share of strains on the market.
Why is the packaging so hard to open? The struggle is real.
Low tone grunts and broken fingernails. We know, it sucks. Unfortunately packaging comes direct from the big guys at the provincial distribution branch. Since cannabis is a controlled substance, consumer packaging regulations are focused on protecting our youth from easy access. Tampering with the packaging before selling to you good people would be a criminal offence. So as much as we'd like to give your hands & teeth a break, we can't.
Do you sell oils and edibles?
We sure do. The rollout of these cannabis concentrates have been slow to start but we're receiving new brands and products more frequently. If cannabis-infused chocolates, gummies, and creams are your thing, take a gander in our shop.
What ID do I need to show in store?
As per provincial law, all customers that appear under the age of 25 must display a government issued photo ID and be of legal drinking age to enter our age-gated stores.
What is your return policy?
All cannabis products are considered final sale. Defective products deemed unfit for consumption or with visible/concealed defects, accompanied by a sales receipt, can be exchanged or returned within 7 days. For more information visit our Terms & Conditions page. Accessories that are brand new, unused in unopened packaging accompanied by a sales receipt can be exchanged or returned within 15 days.
Do I need a prescription to buy cannabis?
No prescription needed. Since we are a "recreational" cannabis store, we can't offer any medical advice. Except listening to Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon stoned. That shit will change you.
How to navigate cannabis in our stores
We break things down based on the three cannabis strains: indica, sativa, and hybrid. For our more experienced enthusiasts, organizing by strain is essential for guiding their purchase decision. We like to keep that intact. For those who prefer to keep things simple, we've classified cannabis based on your intention. Going for a hike? Try an 'energize' strain. Winding down for the night? Hit up a 'rest' option. You get the point. You'll see little symbols next to each cannabis option in our shop to let you know which intention you're purchasing. For more information on our intentions, click here.
Interested in learning more about who we are at Mary J's? Take a stroll on over to our about page.
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