Shipping

No, we we do not ship marijuana. Maybe one day the times will change and if that day happens you know we will be ready.   

It depends on where you are. Orders processed here will take 5-7 business days to arrive. Overseas deliveries can take anywhere from 7-16 days. Delivery details will be provided in your confirmation email.

We use all major carriers, and local courier partners. You’ll be asked to select a delivery method during checkout.

Product

We always aim for make sure our customers love our products, but if you do need to return an order, we’re happy to help. Just email us directly and we’ll take you through the process.

It depends on the the product. If you're interested in a branding partnership please reach out to the TruCanna team.

Marijuana Questions

You can aways count on TruCanna pre-rolled joints to be 100% Natural, Ethically Sourced, Soil Grow Cannabis rolled to perfection.

We wont drop names but there are a lot of producers and processors out there that like to take the "leftovers" and roll it up. We don't like to smoke trim so why would we roll it up.

THC is is the principal cannabinoid of the cannabis plant and produces majority of the psychoactive effects associated with marijuana.

CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, thought to be primarily responsible for body pain relief.

CBN is a psychoactive cannabinoid occurring after the degradation of THC, generally resulting in drowsiness.

Traditionally, Cannabis Sativa is used during the daytime due to its high THC levels and its cerebral, uplifting effects. Sativa use commonly results in appetite stimulation, creativity enhancement, and an uplifted mood.

Cannabis Indica is often used at night, as its effects tend to be more sedative, relaxing, and aiding in body pain and anxiety relief. These reactions are attributed to higher ratios of CBD: THC.

Cannabis Hybrids are crossbreeds of sativa and indica strains that display characteristics of both plants. Hybrid plants are usually sativa or indica dominant and are genetically bred according to the desired traits.

Cannabis is a flowering plant. The flower can be smoked or vaporized. It can also be extracted into a concentrated form. To produce concentrated forms of cannabis, a solvent or solvent-less extraction method is used, resulting in oil, hash, or wax. These products can be smoked, vaporized, or infused into food and topical products.

Smoking/Vaporizing: The flower of cannabis can be ground and smoked out of a pipe, water pipe, or rolled into a joint. The flower can also be used with a vaporizer, heating the marijuana to a temperature lower than its combustion level yet high enough to activate the cannabinoids; this is a good option for users who do not want to inhale smoke. The onset of the effects of smoking and vaporizing cannabis is immediate.

Edibles: Concentrated forms of cannabis can be infused into food products. Once eaten, the active ingredients metabolize in the body through the gastrointestinal system. There are dairy-free, sugar-free, gluten-free, nut-free, and gmo-free edibles available. When using this form of cannabis, the onset of the effects is typically delayed and lasts longer in the body. Edibles can have varying effects on each person. It is necessary to find a milligram dosage that works best for you. It is recommended to start off with a smaller dose and increase as your tolerance permits.

Tinctures: Glycerine-based or alcohol extracted. Commonly used orally, and placed under the tongue (sublingually) or mixed with tea and ingested.

Topicals: The topical use of cannabis can provide anti-inflammatory benefits when applied locally. It is also used to relieve arthritis, as well as joint and muscle pain. This form of use does not induce psychoactive effects.

Concentrated forms of cannabis are measured into milligrams (mg). For people with a low tolerance, a recommended starting dose is 5-10mg.

TruCann cultivates its cannabis in Western Washington with expert growers on staff. We take personal pride in blending the art and science of growing only the finest craft cannabis. Although we use organic products while growing our cannabis, under the Food and Drug Administration, cannabis is a federally prohibited substance and cannot be labeled as “organic”. We use the term "Natural".

TruCanna responsibly tests its cannabis for levels of THC, CBD and CBN potency and performs contaminant testing to ensure compliancy with state regulations. Lab testing should be of the utmost importance to the discriminating client who cares about clean growing techniques and desires a reliably pure, potent product.