Order $75+ for free cannabis delivery! Delivery across California.

Mini Cart

Cannabis User Guide

Welcome to the Goddess Delivers Cannabis User Guide

We hope that this guide helps you understand the basics ofannabis so that you feel comfortable navigating our menu - and assists you in selecting the best cannabis products for your needs and lifestyle!


Flowers

Our menu begins with the most popular form of consumable cannabis: the flowers. Just like any other flowering plant, the female cannabis plants bloom in beautiful, fragrant buds. These are the most sought after parts of the plant, delivering the highest concentrates of desired cannabinoids like THC, CBD, and terpenes. The most potent products are made from the flower of the cannabis plant, and there are a few different ways you can consume it.

Full Cannabis Buds: IndicaSativaHybrid, and CBD-Rich

What is it?

Also known as nugs, full buds are the most commonly identified form of cannabis. They are just what sound: the fully formed, intact flower of the female cannabis plant. When purchasing pre-packaged flower, you are receiving manicured, full bloom buds from the cannabis plant strain of your choice.

Full Buds come in four popular options: Indica, Sativa, Hybrid and CBD-Rich. These categories can help us better understand varietals, or strains, of cannabis in a broader sense, but are not a steadfast guideline when choosing cannabis delivery.

Strains vary significantly. Please refer to the included strain description for unique attributes and expected or intended effects.

If you still have questions, let our cannabis specialists help you understand the strains better by sending us an email with your question to info@goddessdelivers.com or calling us during business hours at 855-426-5246.

How to use it:

After receiving your cannabis delivery, your pre-packaged cannabis flowers are ready to be smoked, vaped, baked or cold-pressed. The choices are endless. Some things to be mindful of: Stem removal, density and storage.

Stem removal: The stems can be a nuisance when consuming your cannabis flower. They don’t make edibles taste very good, they can clog up your bowl, and poke through the paper of your joint. We recommend removing stems from your flower when consuming. You can save them to experiment with in the kitchen, or just toss them.

Density: Buds come in all shapes, sizes and densities, and everyone has a bit of preference when choosing their own consumption style. Some prefer to tear off small bits of bud and smoke them in their bong or pipe. Others prefer to grind their material for rolling, vaping, baking or smoking. It’s a personal choice, but make sure you don’t pack/roll it too tightly!

Cannabis storage: After receiving your flower, you should keep it stored in a cool, dark place with the lid securely in place. There is no need to refrigerate or freeze buds, as this can cause some damage long term. Full buds should be consumed within three to six months for optimal potency.

Shake

What is it?

Shake is a concentrated form of cannabis flower, and refers to the broken or fallen “petals” of the full buds that collect at the bottom of jars or processing areas during manicure and storage. Some full buds produce a lot of shake, and very tight nugs produce very little shake.

How to use it:

Shake is a great replacement for pre-ground, stemless consumption. If you prefer to bake or vape with your cannabis, Premium Shake is a budget-friendly, potency-retaining option to use, that takes all the work out of preparing your cannabis. Especially helpful if you have issues such as arthritis that make grinding cannabis difficult.

Pre-Rolls

What is it:

Pre-Rolls are prepared joints, ie: ground flower that is rolled into a paper for the purpose of smoking. Some special pre-roll offerings have additional concentrates included to increase their potency, such as hash, oil or kief.

How to use it:

Pre-Rolls are ready-to-go joints and require only the additional resource of a lighter to consume. If you cannot consume the entire joint after it has been lit, snuff the burning end, or use scissors to cut it off in order to preserve the rest of the joint, now known as a “roach”, for future use.



Edibles

Edibles are food products that have been made with or contain cannabis in some way that is intended for consumption via the digestive system. Because they are activated in the digestive system, personal metabolic cycles, which differ significantly, can alter the response time of the dosage. While some may experience effects in as quickly as fifteen minutes, we recommend waiting at least two hours before determining the effects of the edible, and up to four hours before consuming more. The use of CBD-rich edibles can create a more tolerable edible experience for novice or low-THC-tolerance users. Raw or Acidic forms of edibles are non-psychoactive. Goddess Delivers was founded on the potency and palatability of our baked goods and infused culinary oils, which we still offer in convenient, overnight cannabis delivery.

Capsules

What is it?

Cannabis capsules are generally whole plant or isolated concentrate, sometimes infused into an edible oil for more bioavailability, sheathed in various vegan-friendly or gelatin capsules for ease of use and consistency in dosage. They vary in potency and effects, but are a low-calorie, sugar-free and travel-friendly option when considering your preferred cannabis product choices.

How to use it:

Cannabis capsules range in sizes and composition, but are recommended to take by mouth with water. Capsules can also be punctured or opened, and applied topically to affected areas.

Butter and Edible Oils

What is it?

An edible marijuana-infused culinary oil is made with flower or cannabis concentrate. Culinary or Edible oils differ from concentrated oils, in that they act as carrier oils for cannabis into the digestive system, whereas some cannabis oils are merely concentrated cannabis flower. (So an edible oil may contain cannabis concentrate oil, but cannabis concentrate oil does not contain carrier edible oils.)  One of the most popular edible oils is butter! Its mixture of oil and milk fat provides an excellent base for the body to process the psychoactive effects of cannabis. Any edible oil can work with cannabis, and some oils work better than others for different needs, as they are absorbed at different parts of the digestive system.

How to use it:

Cannabis infused culinary oils are the base of many edibles and topicals. Cannabis oil is used to make personally crafted edibles, is eaten directly, or can be used as a topical directly, or to make infused topicals.


Baked Goods, Chocolate, and Candy

What is it?

A cannabis edible is any food item that has been infused, coated, or injected with cannabis or cannabinoids. Edibles vary in potency and intended effects.

How to use it:

It is recommended to start slowly when eating an edible; current California law recommends and regulates a 10mg dosage as the maximum adult dosage of active THC. However, you can buy up to 100mg or more in a package of edibles, for an average of ten full dosages. Cannabis digestion takes a while, and an impatient consumer can end up eating way more than expected, or desired. As of the writing of this guide, there is no such thing as medically overdosing on cannabis, so although the effects of eating too much of a delicious edible can be momentarily distressing, they are not fatal. If you find that a recommended dosage does not feel effective, then you should slowly increase the dosage, in a controlled and patient manner not exceeding two dosages in eight hours, when beginning the process of determining personal tolerance.


Concentrates

Concentrates are used for dabbing, high dosage edibles, chronic and acute illnesses and increasing potency of basic cannabis products.

Kief

What is it?

Cannabis kief is the concentrated, yet still loose, trichomes from the cannabis flower and surrounding parts. Trichomes are resinous outgrowths of the cannabis plant, sometimes referred to as “crystals” which contain the majority of the cannabinoid content of the plant.

How to use it:

Kief can be used to add potency to flower consumption, or consumed on its own. It can be used to make edibles and various other cannabis concentrates, such as hash or rosin.

Bubble Hash

What is it?

Bubble Hash is a cannabis product made by extracting trichomes, usually by pressure or agitation.

How to use it:

Bubble Hash can be used in a cannabis vaporizing or smoking device on its own, or it can be placed on top of flower, or rolled into a joint with some flower. Slow burning adds to the flavor and potency of the experience.

Shatter/Sugar

What is it?

Shatter, or sugar, wax, dab, honeycomb, badder, budder and so on, these concentrates are the newest trend in cannabis. They range in style, potency, ease of use and taste. They are usually named for the consistency which they take after being blasted, and are usually made with volatile hydrocarbon solvents, which make for chemical magnets when removing cannabinoid material from the plant. These keep the cannabinoids in their raw state. This concentration is usually known as “whole plant” or “full spectrum”

How to use it:

They are concentrates retain a very high terpene potency, and should not be eaten as is, generally. Dabbing is the most popular option to consume these concentrates. They may also be used to infuse edible oils or make edible products. Some companies make specific vape cartridges with shatter in them.

CO2

What is it?

CO2 refers to the process and solvent used to create a solventless cannabis oil that most prefer for its food grade safety rating. When creating this oil, the use of CO2 liquid is applied to the cannabis plant to remove to cannabinoid material with heat and pressure, so CO2 oils vary in potency significantly. CO2, as the process often leaves the cannabinoids in their active forms. CO2 is often also known as a distillate, especially the higher the THC/active cannabinoid content is. The concentration as a distillation does not refer to “whole plant” but may be “terpene infused”

How to use it:

CO2 oils are the most popular option in vape pen cartridges. They are also a popular option when consuming cannabis oil concentrate to increase cannabinoid levels in the body, or when a concentrate is needed to apply topically. They are a very popular way to infuse edible oils in many cannabis edible products. They can also be dabbed.

Hash Oil

What is it?

Hash oil, RSO, FECO, Honey oil and Phoenix Tears are popular terms for the same type of old school style cannabis extract concentrate, which takes a dark, plant-y consistency that may be very oily or more hash-like. Using ethyl alcohols, usually and only in the States, hash oil is created by using alcohol to extract cannabinoid material, and then heat to reduce the solution into an oil or hash. It is often put into syringes and is a popular option for those looking for a more whole plant option, that require the plant material that CO2 oils do not provide. These concentrations are known as “whole plant” and “full spectrum”

How to use it:

The two most popular uses of hash oil or RSO in modern days are to consume as an edible to increase cannabinoids in the system, or to apply topically for skin ailments. They may also be used rectally for various purposes. Traditionally, hash oil was used to boost the potency of flower, and to make edibles and topical infusions.


Tinctures

CBD Tinctures

What is it?

Tinctures are cannabis infused oils and/or alcohols. These carriers are used to extract and suspend cannabinoids for ease of consumption and offer a consistent titration, or dosage, via a dropper. The most popular tincture carrier choices are MCT (Coconut) Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Glycerin, and Ethyl Alcohols. These carriers offer better bioavailability, ie. ease of absorption by the body, and are sometimes flavored with edible flavoring oils, and/or natural sweeteners.

How to use it:

Dosage may vary from a drop to a full dropper. Use the provided dropper to apply one full dose into the mouth, hold under tongue and swallow Tinctures can also be used topically, simply apply to affected area.

Sublingual

What is it?

Sublingual use of cannabis, or sublingual products, is the use of thinner membranes in the mouth (under the tongue and lining of the cheek) to absorb cannabinoids more quickly into the bloodstream. It is the fastest approach to using cannabis as an edible, and leaves the body faster than other edible products. Sublingual is an excellent approach for nausea, pain, digestive issues or novice beginners who are apprehensive about over titrating/using cannabis.

How to use it:

Apply your required dosage directly into the mouth, under the tongue or along the cheeks. Swish the solution around your mouth or gently agitate along the desired application area. These are also good for applying cannabis directly to the mouth, for sores or inflammation.

Topical

What is it?

Topically applied cannabis is the use of cannabis oil, or cannabis infused oils, directly to the skin. Lotions, concentrated oils, balms, salves, patches and infused carrier oils can all be applied topically for various needs.

How to use it:

Apply to the affected area for pain, skin affectations, inflammation and general well being. Some products are made for, or can be used in, baths and showers. Duration of relief is personal and varies based on the type of product that is being used for certain types of pain.


Vape Pens

Vaping cannabis is the use of flameless heat to activate cannabinoids for inhalation. Popularly done with cartridges and cannabis oils, you can also purchase machines that use flameless heat to activate cannabinoids without combustion or burning, so there is no smoke. It is a discrete, and less irritating method of inhaling cannabis for the respiratory system.

Vaping cannabis is the use of flameless heat to activate cannabinoids for inhalation. Popularly done with pen cartridges and cannabis oils, you can also purchase stationary and portable machines that use flameless heat to activate cannabinoids in flower, without combustion or burning, so there is no smoke. It is a discrete, and less irritating method of inhaling cannabis for the respiratory system.

Pre-Filled Cartridges

What is it:

Pre-filled cartridges are replaceable or disposable units that allow you to use flameless heat to consume cannabis oils through inhalation. The most popular style cartridge is a 510 threading, but there are proprietary battery styles that require their own cartridge style. If you are unsure of the compatibility of your battery and cartridges, reach out to our product specialists before placing your order for cannabis delivery!

How to use it:

When using your pre-filled cannabis oil cartridge, there are a few pen styles to choose from but there are two major categories: auto-draw and push-button styles. Each has advantages and disadvantages for users and specific oils. Heating temperature will affect the taste, potency and longevity of your pre-filled cartridge significantly.

Refills

What is it?

Some cartridges are easily opened to replace the cannabis oil that is inside, so purchasing just the oil, in bulk, is one way to get more use out your cartridge!

How to use it:

Using the provided syringe and applicator tip, squeeze the desired amount of oil into the appropriate part of your refillable cartridge.


Other

If you’re looking for the gear to make your cannabis delivery count, without leaving the house check out the Other section and get yourself all the gear you’ll need to get started. From the glass you’ll need to pack or dab, and papers to roll (don’t forget the grinder!) we’ve got your sesh covered. Or, if you just want all the best deals in one place, we’ve got that too!


 

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA, and Goddess Delivers is not a medical institution. We strongly encourage everyone to discuss with their doctor in detail medical marijuana and its effects.

Proposition 65 Warning
WARNING: Smoke from cannabis contains chemicals, including benzene and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. Certain cannabis products sold here contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
Proposition 65 Warning