20 Missouri Weed Questions Answered

Missouri began licensed cannabis sales on February 3, 2023 and is now officially a legal cannabis state.

With these new laws in place, many Missourians are probably wondering what that means. How much weed can you actually buy? How much will it cost? What about the best things to do and see while experiencing your first hit of legal weed?

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Below we answer all of these questions and more for beginners, canasseurs and everyone in between. Keep scrolling or jump to the section that interests you most:

Practical Questions

Stoner Oddities

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Funny Questions

Practical Questions

Yes, weed is now legal in Missouri. Since recreational sales began in February 2023, adults 21 and older can hold up to three ounces of dried cannabis at a time, while patients and their caregivers can hold 8 ounces, which is considered a 60-day supply.

If a patient grows their own cannabis, they can hold up to 12 ounces, which counts as a 90 day supply.

Currently, all cannabis products purchased in Missouri must be consumed privately.

What is a weed zipper?

In line with other stoners’ measurement terms such as “dime,” “dub,” “slice,” etc., a “zip” of cannabis is a euphemism for an ounce of weed – so-called because an ounce of cannabis tends to fit perfectly into a Ziploc -Bag.

How much is an eighth of grass?

One eighth of weed is 3.5 ounces, which is roughly seven half-gram bowls. And depending on the brand, growing methods, marketing, state taxes, and other regulations, an eighth’s price point can vary across the board.

You can usually expect to find an eighth somewhere between $30 and $70.

How do I find the right THC dosage for me?

When it comes to cannabis, everyone’s body is different. Depending on your personal endocannabinoid system, you may respond more strongly to lower doses of THC than your closest friend, who may not even register medium to high doses of THC despite having built little to no tolerance.

To find the right CBD or THC balance for you, consider the entourage effect, which is the full chemical makeup of the strain you’re consuming – if the packaging has the info, look for terpenes, trichomes, other cannabinoids such as CBG or CBN and the total percentage of THC and CBD in your cannabis. Or check out our strain pages for detailed information on all the strains you would like to consume.

When trying cannabis for the first time, the best method is to start low and go slow. Take a hit of low-dose THC, wait a few minutes, take another, wait a few minutes, and so on. Ultimately, you will find the best strains for your individual mind and body.

What are cannabis concentrates and how do you consume them?

There are several ways to distill cannabis into its concentrated form. Concentrates range from vaporizer oil to other forms called “shatter,” a brittle, glass-like structure of concentrate, or “rosin,” a stickier form of concentrate, and many more. They are typically consumed in devices called dab rigs or portable vape pens.

Concentrates are typically higher in THC or CBD than regular flower, and some forms of concentrate strip the cannabis of its terpenes or other nuances due to the way it’s processed. Many edible manufacturers prefer concentrates as they don’t have a strong weed flavor, meaning the THC can be masked under chocolate nuggets or other desirable edible flavors without losing the high effect.

How do you smoke moon rocks?

Moonrocks are buds of cannabis flowers that have been dipped in a concentrate – usually shatter or hash oil – and then rolled in kief, the powder that falls from the flowers when you grind them up. Kief contains leftover trichomes, terpenes, and cannabinoids.

Moon rocks are usually very high in THC, and you can consume them simply by adding them to a bowl, blunt, or joint full of regular flower; or, if you’re looking for a more intense experience, smoke her pure.

What should you do when you’re too high?

Colloquially known as “greening out,” consuming more weed than you might be ready for can lead to uncomfortable experiences ranging from headaches, dizziness, and feelings of discomfort and anxiety. If you find yourself in a state of being too high, there are methods that can get you through it and sober you up. Some of these are chewing black peppercorns, taking ibuprofen, calling a friend to calm you down, taking a hot shower, and more.

Remember: There have been zero reported deaths related to smoking too much weed. So relax, take a few deep breaths and know that time will always be on your side.

What should I do if my vape cartridge is clogged?

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As frustrating as it is, it’s not uncommon to puff on a full vape pen and find that nothing comes out. If your vape is clogged and you’re not getting airflow, there are a number of tricks you can try before returning or throwing it away, including letting the oil heat up before you draw, extra residue on the mouthpiece with a needle or a remove a similar item , or twist and loosen the cartridge to loosen it.

How do I clean my pipe?

It’s important to keep your smoking devices clean, as burnt, used weed creates a sticky and tar-like mess that can block airflow and harbor bacteria in your glass. To clean a glass whistle, simply mix isopropyl alcohol, coarse salt and warm water in a bag, add the whistle and shake vigorously to loosen any stubborn residue.

For a deeper clean, read our step-by-step guide to a sparkling accessories collection.

How do I make my own weed tincture?

A cannabis tincture is a type of alcohol-based extract. If you’re looking to make your own tincture to add to homemade edibles and beverages or simply microdose under the tongue, all you need is a few common kitchen supplies.

Check out our easy guide to making your own weed tincture for all your extract needs.

Stoner Oddities

Does Mango Really Improve Your High?

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There are many myths about cannabis – one of which is that consuming a mango before getting stoned can enhance the effects of your weed. The idea is that mangoes contain high levels of the terpene myrcene, which is the common terpene that causes that couchlock feeling when consumed.

Answer? It depends. I know, unsatisfactory. But it’s a delicious experiment if you want to find out for yourself.

Why do cannabis edibles never work for me?

As mentioned above, everyone’s body is different when it comes to cannabis, due to a person’s genetic make-up and the chemicals that the body reacts to from a particular strain of cannabis. Edibles are no different, and with them you have other considerations to consider, like digestive issues and how quickly your body metabolizes food and other substances.

For an in-depth answer to this question and a chance to find the edible that might be right for you, check out our Ask a Budtender series where Lorena Cupcake answers that very question.

What is the difference between THCA and THC?

Think of THCA as the precursor to THC. When cannabis is heated it decarboxylates, which is the process of removing a carboxyl group from cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. This improves its ability to interact with your body’s cannabinoid receptors. Essentially, THCA decarboxylates to THC—you cannot get high from THCA.

What are the 10 stages of being high?

Getting high is gradual, from the moment you hit your pipe to the slow descent thereafter.

For an in-depth look at each step of THC consumption, check out this breakdown, covering the first signs of getting high through to peaking and everything in between.

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What Are the Highest THC Strains?

The best weed isn’t necessarily the strongest, especially when you factor in your personal endocannabinoid system. However, we understand that the strongest strains will always attract a little more interest, especially for newbies thinking about expanding their stash.

Here you can learn about all the highest THC strains you can find, including famous heavyweights like GSC and Godfather OG.

What are the best indica strains?

Most cannabis brands stick to the common terms “indica”, “sativa” and “hybrid” when describing certain appearances and reported effects of their cannabis. In reality almost all weed on the market is a hybrid and you will hardly find any pure indica or sativa strains these days.

However, if you widen your palate and want a nug that delivers that classic indica feel, here are seven strains that can calm your mind and loosen your body, including Northern Lights and 9lb Hammer.

What are the best strains for arousal?

One effect of smoking certain strains of cannabis is increased sexual arousal, possibly due to weed’s tendency to heighten the senses in general. If you and your partner have been thinking about incorporating weed into the bedroom, consider these sex expert-approved strains designed to get you and your lover in the mood.

Funny Questions

What are the top questions to ponder while high?

Would you like to blow your mind while participating? High thoughts are sometimes the best thoughts that can lead to an expansion of creativity and insight.

If you’re bored or just want to contemplate the very existence of life itself, these are the questions to ask yourself the next time you hit your favorite bong.

What are the best shows to watch high?

Getting high and watching TV is a great way to relax or enhance your viewing experience. From heartwarming drama to heartbreaking comedy, there’s a strain and a TV program for every type of cannabis user.

What are the best games to play high?

Getting stoned with your friends? Why not throw some party games into the mix and see how smart you can be while catching a buzz.

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