Bridge Bud Supply

Recreational Cannabis Products in Lethbridge, AB

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Cannabis Strains, Accessories, & Grow Setups

We carry a variety of cannabis strains: Indica, Sativa, Hybrids, plenty of Accessories for a range of smoking needs and learn how to grow Cannabis yourself by consulting one of our experts & purchasing a Grow Setup!

Cannabis Strains

Accessories

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FAQs

What products are currently available for purchase?

All forms of cannabis products are available in store from Canada’s leading producers. Our shelves are also stocked fully with cannabis accessories of the highest quality. We also provide free Bridge Bud Supply merchandise and apparel (with minimum purchase).

How much cannabis can I purchase at one time?

You’ll be allowed to possess up to 30 grams of dried legal cannabis or equivalent in public.

Can I consume cannabis in public?

Laws vary by province and municipality. Please refer to your city or town’s government website for specific bylaws.

What are all the different forms of cannabis available for consumption?

Recreational cannabis is currently available in multiple forms, common consumption forms include inhalation, ingestion and sublinguals (spray).

Inhaled Forms

  • Smoking (joints, pipes or bongs)
  • Vaporizing (inhaling dried cannabis through a vaping device)

 

Ingested Forms

  • Capsules (orally administered oil, often referred to as canna caps)
  • Distillate (activated cannabis oil that can be used in food or ingested orally)
  • Edibles (homemade) sweet or savory foods infused with cannabis flower or concentrates

Sublinguals

  • Sprays that absorb through salivary glands in the mouth and enter the bloodstream rapidly
What cannabis products are now legal to purchase recreationally?

• Cannabis oil
• Fresh cannabis
• Dried cannabis
• Cannabis plant seeds
• Cannabis plants

What are the differences between cannabis species?

Species: (indica, sativa, ruderalis)

Contrary to popular belief, the species of cannabis you consume doesn’t indicate the varying affects you can expect to experience. This is a common misconception.

Regardless of species indication, it’s the individual strain’s unique mix of cannabinoids and terpenes that provides the desired effect. Most cannabis strains available today are crossbreeds (a mix of species). Classification terms such as indica or sativa are best used to categorize the varying climates, appearances, origins and growth patterns of each variety. The combination of cannabinoids and terpenes present, regardless of species, is the best predictor of consumption effects.

What are cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds secreted by cannabis flowers.  Cannabinoids affect the brain by stimulating the CB1 receptor, resulting in a spectrum of benefits and effects. Products and strains have been developed to deliver larger doses of different cannabinoids, providing the user with an array of choices to achieve the desired effect. The most common cannabinoids are: THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). Cannabis contains at least 85 types of cannabinoids, many of which have a documented medical value. 

What are the differences between THC and CDB?

THC-dominant (tetrahydrocannabinol)

A THC-dominant strain will give the user that intoxicating “high” feeling. The psychoactive effect is balanced and damped by the level of CBD in the strain. THC dominant strains can produce feelings of euphoria, as well as can alter consciousness and perspective.

 

CBD-dominant (cannabidiol)

A CBD-dominant strain will give the user more of a grounded “body” experience. CBD is non-psychoactive, making it more desirable to those with THC sensitivities. CBD dominant strains have little to no psychoactive effects.

 

THC/CBD combination

A strain that has a balance of THC and CBD will synchronize the overall effects of each cannabinoid. CBD cushions the CB1 adaptor in the brain, softening the psychoactive effects of THC.

What are terpenes?

Terpenes are aromatic oils that color cannabis varieties with distinctive flavors such as citrus, berry, mint, and pine. Terpenes are secreted in the same glands that produce cannabinoids like THC and CBD. There are over 100 different terpenes have been identified in the cannabis plant, and every strain tends toward a unique terpene type and composition.  Each individual terpene is associated with unique effects. Some promote relaxation, while others promote focus and acuity.

What is the difference between an ounce and a gram of flower?

Here is a quick conversion guide from ounces to grams for cannabis flower:

  • 1/8 ounce = 3.5 grams
  • 1/4 ounce = 7 grams
  • 1/2 ounce = 14 grams
  • 1 ounce = 28.35 grams
Do you offer workshops or events to aid your customers?

We will be hosting fun, informative events and workshops in store to help our customers become accustomed to this new and exciting industry! This workshops and courses will be free of charge and available in store. Stay tuned to our schedule and social media for dates & times!

Will there be additional cannabis products available for purchase in 2019?

Currently, cannabis concentrates and edibles are not available for purchase in retail stores. These restrictions are set to change in 2019, with these additional items being available for purchase and consumption.

How much cannabis can I grow at home?

Under Canadian federal law, you’ll be allowed to grow up to 4 plants in your own residence, equaling 4 plants total per household.

Do you sell home grow kits?

You bet we do! We offer all the equipment, seeds, and information in order for you to start growing your own plants!

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Store Hours

Monday - Saturday 10am - 10pm

Sunday 11am - 6pm

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Store Hours

Monday                10:00am – 10:00pm

Tuesday                10:00am – 10:00pm

Wednesday          10:00am – 10:00pm

Thursday              10:00am – 10:00pm

Friday                   10:00am – 10:00pm

Saturday              10:00am – 10:00pm

Sunday                 11:00am – 6:00pm