This page provides answers to frequently asked questions about Stoner’s Haven, our investment opportunities and our online store.
What is Stoner's Haven?
What separates Stoner's Haven from other cannabis brands?
For us, it’s about more than just growing seeds into plants. It’s about starting a conversation and opening minds to fresh perspectives. Stoner’s Haven is a consumer-focused company. We pride ourselves on knowing how to cultivate high-quality cannabis that consumers will enjoy, but it’s also about becoming a part of the fabric of every neighborhood that welcomes us.
To get ahead in this industry, your grow-game has to be strong. To further set us apart from other brands, Stoner’s Haven grows aeroponically. NASA uses aeroponics to harvest food in outerspace during space travel. This way of growing allows for far less water consumption with zero soil medium, so we are able to monitor and ensure plant health. This cultivation process allows us to produce a purely elevated, superior, and natural product that is friendly on our environment.
What is cannabis?
A plant known by many names, cannabis sports a complex legal status, history, and chemistry.
Cannabis —which can also be called marijuana, weed, pot, or bud—refers to the dried flowers, leaves, stems, and seeds of the cannabis plant.
How is cannabis consumed?
Whether it’s your first time, or you’re just looking to get caught up on the latest innovations (like vape pens, edibles or topicals), we’ve got you covered!
The simplest and most common way is to smoke the dried bud in a marijuana cigarette (a joint) or use a pipe or a vaporizer. Taking it orally is increasing in popularity. This involves heating the bud to transfer the active ingredients, such as THC and CBD, to an oil. It’s then possible to vape, smoke, or ingest the cannabis oil on its own, or you can add it to food to create edibles. You can also add the oil to things like lotions and tinctures, which you can then apply directly to the skin.
What’s the best cannabis consumption method for beginners?
Since cannabis affects everyone differently, there is no single answer. There is no one-fit-all dosage for any cannabis product and no single product that’s right for everyone.
The effect of cannabis depends on a variety of factors, such as your own body, the strain and its compounds, and how you actually consume it. If you haven’t used cannabis before, or it has been a while since you’ve used cannabis, it’s good to “start low and go slow.” It’s better to start with a lower dose and work your way up to a stronger dose if needed for your condition. It can take time to determine the dose and form that works best for you.
What’s the difference between medical cannabis and recreational “adult-use” cannabis?
The short answer: its intended use.
Medical cannabis is used by people with a qualifying medical condition and have been granted permission by their state to purchase and use cannabis for medicinal purposes. Patients must register under a state’s medical cannabis program and carry a practitioner or state issued medical cannabis card in order to purchase and consume cannabis for medical reasons.
The cannabis itself is no different from that which can be purchased for adult-use—that’s the preferred term for recreational use.
Can I use an out-of-state medical card in New Mexico?
I live in another state, can I still make a purchase on the Stoner's Haven website?
Can anyone shop in a dispensary? I have never visited one before.
The answer is “it depends.”
Regulations vary from state-to-state so make sure to check your state guidelines before stepping into a dispensary or ordering online. Nationwide, if you’re not 21+ (or 18+ in Arizona, New York, or New Jersey) you can’t even walk through the door. And you shouldn’t even be reading this… come back on your 21st birthday!
If you get past the age barrier, here’s the drill:
Some dispensaries are medical-only. You’ll need to be a card-carrying medical cannabis patient to walk through the door. If it’s an adult-use dispensary, you’ll need to present a valid 21+ ID, a medical card, or be a designated caregiver (age 21+) for a minor under the age of 18 with a medical card.
How do I know what kind of cannabis to try first?
We’re glad you asked!
Cannabis isn’t a one-size-fits-all product. Different strains, dosages, and product formats may have varying effects on each individual. We always recommend that people start with a low dosage and go slowly, based on their history with cannabis and their current goals. Our dispensary associates work with you to help you tweak your selections until you find what works best for you.
Why should I invest in cannabis?
Now is the best time to invest in cannabis!
The cannabis industry is likely to continue to grow in the coming years and investors may look to benefit from that growth through stock ownership. According to analysts at BDSA, global cannabis revenue will rise by 22% this year, with the expected grow of $24 billion in 2021 to $61 billion by 2026.
Stoner’s Haven, unlike other cannabis companies, are involved in every aspect of the process – growing, manufacturing, and distributing cannabis and cannabis-related products for consumers. This means we are fully invested in the success and growth of the company.
For opportunistic investors, now could be a prime time to buy shares of Stoner’s Haven, before their values take off in the future. With so much growth on the horizon and more states in the U.S. likely to legalize recreational marijuana in the future, this is an industry that could be full of promising investments.
I'm servicemember/federal employee; can I invest in cannabis?
I'm interested in becoming an investor, how do I start the process?
We’re excited to talk to you more about investment opportunities! To learn more, you can contact Stoner’s Haven’s investor relations team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disclaimer: All information presented was current at the time of posting but may be superseded by subsequent disclosures or changes to local, state, or federal law(s). The company assumes no duty to update the information to reflect subsequent events and developments.
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