If you’re curious about marijuana dispensaries, it’s important to do a little bit of research beforehand. Since almost 283,422 jobs have been created by the cannabis industry, it makes sense that you’d be seeing more information about dispensaries. Let’s take a look at a few of the most common products you can find at marijuana dispensaries.


Cannabis concentrates include products like wax, shatter, and oils. These are all popular consumption methods, but they are all very potent. This can make people feel a little bit apprehensive about consumption. When using concentrates, it’s important to make sure you’re taking an appropriate dose. It’s always a good idea to ask about dosage when you’re dealing with concentrates. You can ask someone at a marijuana dispensary or a medical professional who prescribes medical marijuana to their patients.


Also known as bud, flowers are the most popular product sold at almost any marijuana dispensary. The buds of the marijuana plant are usually the first choice for inexperienced users and users who prefer a lower potency. The potency of buds typically ranges from 10% to 20%, which is lower than some other cannabis products. In addition, an increase in the variety of marijuana products available on the market has recently caused a shift in popularity.


Edible THC-infused products are the second-most popular type of cannabis product on the market. For the most part, edibles are preferable for people who don’t want to smoke and want a wider variety of options for marijuana use. Some of the most popular edibles on the market include gummies, chocolates, cakes, brownies, and other sweets. It’s also possible to purchase edibles that have been crafted with a specific dosage. This can help take the guesswork out of purchasing and consuming edibles for inexperienced users or users who are looking for a specific dosage in their products.

Visiting a cannabis dispensary for the first time can be overwhelming. That’s why a basic knowledge of what these dispensaries sell is helpful to have in your back pocket. For all of your marijuana-related questions, don’t hesitate to contact our team at Sonoma Patient Group.