FAQ

Where can I find Sackville & Co. products?

You can find Sackville & Co. products at legal government dispensaries and e-commerce platforms across Canada, along with Fire & Flower dispensaries (present in AB, MN, ON, SK). Our products can also be purchased online here, so hop to it! :)

Which products would you recommend for a cannabis newbie?

Any of our products can be easily used by someone just entering the world of weed, including classy pipes, bongs, rolling papers, grinders and more!

But hey, we get it, if dipping your toes in the bong water pool just isn’t where you want to start, once you’ve aquired some high-quality flower, elevate your experience by trying our signature 4-piece grinder, paired with a pack of Sackville & Co. pre-rolling cones (No need to learn to roll, just pack the cones to your hearts delight & spark up)

 

I’d love to carry Sackville & Co. products in our store. Who can I contact?

We would LOVE to hear from you! Please email hello@sackvilleandco.com. 

 

What is your return policy? 

At this time all sales are final.

However, if your item arrives damaged (an absolutely rare circumstance), we want to know and to ensure we reach a prompt and helpful solution.

If your item arrives damaged, we will exchange the piece if you do the following:
Provide a photo of the damaged piece beside the packaging and sales receipt.
To qualify for an exchange, email us within 48 hours of receiving the damaged delivery, with the photo at hello@sackvilleandco.com – please include your order number.


 

Do you ship internationally? 

Yes – as long as the products are legally available in your country, we can ship to international locations. 

 

Are you looking for people to join your team? I’d love to work for Sackville & Co!

We are rapidly growing and are always looking for great talent and expertise. If you think you would be a fit for our team, please email your resume hello@sackvilleandco.com to say hi and tell us a bit about yourself. Our office is based in New York City.

 

What’s the difference between CBD & THC?

In short, while they are both derived from the cannabis plant, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (Cannabidiol) are two common cannabinoids that are very different in function and effect.

THC is known for providing the more traditional ‘high’, offering a more intense, euphoric, psychoactive experience that is commonly applied in alleviating nausea, appetite loss, insomnia. In other words, THC-dominant pot is what’s typically responsible for turning people into mega-chill couch potatoes, but for some, the ‘heady’ effects can be too much.

In contrast, CBD has very different, less-intoxicating properties, and thus offers a very different experience, providing a great choice for someone seeking relief of symptoms related to pain-management, inflammation, anxiety, or other chronic conditions.

For a more balanced buzz, finding strains that offer a 1:1 ratio of CBD/THC can offer the best of both worlds, offering support for pain-relief, while offering a more mellow high for those sensitive to the effects of THC.

 

What’s the difference between Hemp and Cannabis?

While cannabis and hemp are two varieties of the same species, Cannabis sativa L, there are many differences between these two types of plants! 

Perhaps the most significant being that smoking hemp does not produce the psychoactive “high” that is familiar to those that smoke dried cannabis flower. 

Why? Because hemp has to contain less than 0.3% THC to be legally available for sale. In contrast, there is no legal limit for its CBD concentration, which typically averages at about 20% and up, making it a great source for CBD products. 

CBD can also be sourced from cannabis plants, but typically in lower concentrations (10% and up). However, with the increasing popularity of CBD products, more CBD-dominant strains are being developed to accommodate the public’s thirst for CBD! 

But to be clear, CBD is CBD – it’s a specific compound of cannabis that is present in either the cannabis or hemp plant. 

Therefore, while CBD can be derived from either the hemp plant or a cannabis plant, because hemp plants have typically offered higher concentrations of CBD, which is why it being increasingly used as a preferred source for CBD extraction for oils, tinctures and the like.  

Clear as mud? For more information, check out our blog article here.

 

Are Indica/Sativa/Hybrids still a thing? If so, what’s the diff’? 

Though traditionally it was thought that the effects of cannabis could be differentiated between the categories of cultivars, Indica, Sativa, and Hybrids, as research evolves, we are learning that an individual’s experience of cannabis is influenced by many more factors, such as terpenes, method of consumption, genetics, environment and more.

What does this mean? It means times are indeed changing and with the influx of more countries legalizing cannabis use and cultivation, much-needed research is now becoming available to understand more about this magical plant. Whew! Stay tuned to our blog to learn more! 

 

What are Terpenes?

Terpenes are the naturally occurring compounds that provide the aroma and flavour in cannabis and a variety of other plants. With over 100 identified terpenes in the cannabis plant, there are 8 that are most commonly found in the composition of available cannabis strains, including the more citrus-oriented effect of the Limonene terpene, to the more-woodsy scent exuded by the Pinene terpene. And yes, the range is far broader, included more fruity, spicy, flower-y-oriented terpenes as well! So that blueberry kush you’re loving? It’s not named that for just any ol’ reason ;)

Research is showing that terpenes also play a significant role in differentiating the various effects of cannabis strains through their synergistic interaction with cannabinoids, so indeed, do your research and follow your nose to find out!

 

How long does the ‘high’ from cannabis last?

Your experience of cannabis depends on how you’ve ingested it, what kind you ingested and how much, for that matter. Typically, the experience of smoking weed, whether in the form of a joint or pipe, means that you should expect to notice the effects immediately, with an expected duration of 1-3 hours. Learn more here.  

 

I haven’t touched weed in a long time, and now I’m scared of where to start – I don’t want to bug out, what would you recommend starting with first? 

Though you can learn all about this here, in short, this phrase is commonly said for a reason: start low and go slow. No need to smoke a fat blunt, or eat three brownies to assess what ‘being high’ is all about. Nope, not at all. A little bit goes a long way, so do your research on beginner strains (i.e. products with low THC levels or an equal amount of CBD), ensure you’re in a comfortable, safe environment with good pals, and enjoy! 

 

I have a question that’s not already addressed here, who/where do I direct it?

We’re always open to random questions or feedback and we appreciate your time in reaching out! Please contact hello@sackvilleandco.com and we will do our best to address your questions or comments at our earliest convenience.  

 

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