3 Great Products to Look for on Your First Dispensary Visit

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Planning to make your first trip to a Chicago dispensary? Don’t be intimidated – even though there are a wide variety of products on offer, there are some products that are sure to be a hit. Here are three great products to look out for on your first dispensary visit.

1. Travelers Grapefruit Kush Disposable Pen

Travelers is a subsidiary brand of Verano, offering users a simple and convenient way to take cannabis anywhere you go. Travelers disposables aren’t rechargeable, but since they feature a smaller cartridge, this typically isn’t much of a problem. The Grapefruit Kush disposable features Indica distillate, with 79.08% THC and .73% CBD, making it ideal for a relaxing night in. Check out your favorite Chicago medical marijuana dispensaries to see if this product is right for you.

2. Joos Super Silver Haze Disposable Pen

Joos is Nature’s Grace and Wellness’ line of disposables. Joos disposables can be found at most med and rec dispensaries throughout Illinois, and users have a very wide variety of strains to choose from. Super Silver Haze is a Sativa – a cross between Skunk, Northern Lights and Haze. The terpene profile includes Terpinolene and Beta-Caryophyllene which give the strain its characteristically spicy scent and flavor profile.

3. Rythm Lucie Disposable Pen

Rythm  is a subsidiary brand of the national cannabis company GTI. Rythm pens are ideal for discretionary relief on the go, and feature quality medicinal liquid live resin. This disposable features Rythm’s Lucie strain. The pen contains 76.57% THC and, as part of Rythm’s Balance line, features a hybrid strain that is designed to give the user balanced relief from pain and anxiety.

Have fun with your first dispensary visit and you’ll see how nature’s medicine can benefit your life. Look out for each of the products on this list and you’ll be sure to find the right item to suit your needs.

 

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