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3 Things You Should Tell Your Budtender

Updated: Sep 7

If you're a cannabis consumer, it's important to be knowledgeable about the products you're buying. This includes understanding the different strains of cannabis and what each one can do for you. It also includes knowing how to talk to your budtender. Many people feel intimidated or shy when talking to their budtender, but it's important to remember that they are there to help. In this article, we will discuss three things you should tell your budtender, read on.


What Is A Budtender?

A budtender is a professional who helps customers select the right cannabis products for their needs. They represent their store in public and educate customers about what it has to offer and how best to use these products while providing customer service that caters specifically to everyone's needs, from those who have never used cannabis products before to experienced users looking to want something new or different every now and again. Budtender's responsibilities include answering questions from confused shoppers, offering education on effects/side effects if ingested orally, and many more. To be a successful budtender, you must keep up-to-date with the latest developments in cannabis laws so that your purchases are legal. And budtenders should have excellent communication and customer service skills by ensuring customers are well informed about their products.


What Should You Tell Your Budtender?

Now that cannabis products are legal in a growing number of states, more and more people are becoming interested in trying them out. But if you're new to the world of cannabis, where do you start? The idea of talking to a budtender can be daunting. After all, they are the experts on all things weed-related, and you don't want to look like a complete novice in front of them. So, what should you tell your budtender when you go to purchase your first joint or vape cartridge?


Here are three things that you should tell your budtender when you're buying cannabis:


1. The purpose of using cannabis products.

Are you looking to relax after a long day or ease pain? Maybe you're hoping to increase your creativity or focus. Be honest about why you want to try cannabis and the budtender can help direct you to products that may be a good fit. It is important to let your budtender know what you hope to achieve by using cannabis products. Whether you are looking for relief from pain, anxiety, or insomnia, or you are simply hoping to enjoy the experience of being high, your budtender can help you choose the right product for your needs. If you're not sure what you're looking for, that's okay too. The budtender can ask questions about what kind of effects you're hoping to achieve and make product recommendations based on that.


2. Your preferred method of consuming cannabis.

Do you want to smoke a joint, vape, eat an edible, or use a topical? The method of consumption can have a big impact on the effects you experience. For example, topicals are applied directly to the skin and are good for localized relief from pain or inflammation. Edibles are taken orally and can be anything from candy to tea. They take longer to kick in but the effects last much longer. Joints are the most common way to smoke cannabis. You can also use a pipe or bong. Smoking gives you a quick and intense high that doesn't last very long. Vaping is similar to smoking, but it uses a device called a vaporizer to heat the cannabis without burning it. This produces less harmful chemicals than smoking and the effects are not as intense or immediate. If you're not sure which method you want to try, the budtender can help you decide based on your goals and preferences.


3. Your budget.

Cannabis products come in a wide range of prices, depending on the quality and type of product. Your budget is probably the most important thing to tell your budtender. You need to be honest about how much money you're willing to spend on cannabis products. Whether you're looking for the best deal or the best quality, your budtender will be able to help you find what you're looking for if they know your budget. Don't be afraid to ask for discounts or deals, either, budtenders are always happy to help you find a quality product and will save you some money.


If you’re looking for a cannabis dispensary, be sure to stop by and talk to the budtender. They can help you find the right product for your needs, and they may even have some recommendations based on what you tell them. Give us a call today if you have any questions about our products or services, we would be happy to help.



 

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