If you’ve driven down highway 101 north lately, chances are, you may have seen our “Best Cannabis, Best Deals” billboard. Our billboard in Redwood City perfectly describes what we strive to provide our Bento Family. One way we meet this goal is through scheduled orders. Many within the Bento Family have asked about scheduled orders, how they work. and the benefits they receive. We’re happy to provide the 411 in this week’s discussion!
What Is a Scheduled Order?
A scheduled order is like any other order you can place on our website; however, it will be delivered the following day at a one-hour time window that works best for you. Let’s say you come home from work after a long and tiring day. You sit down, have a chance to breathe, and notice your cannabis supply is close to empty. After a quick mental calculation, there won’t be any left after tonight. You scroll through our menu, add a few items to your cart and notice your favorite item is in our next day exclusive category. The day is finally getting you to as your eyes get heavier and heavier. Before having a peaceful cannabis-induced sleep, you add that favorite item to your basket and place a scheduled order to arrive tomorrow from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM; around 30 minutes after you typically get home from work.
The Benefits of Scheduled Orders
Scheduled orders give more than peace of mind, they also provide a 10% discount and access to exclusive items available in big savings bundles or on limited supply. We see this as another way to create better deals on high-quality cannabis products at lower prices.
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Would You Place a Scheduled Order?
To receive the most bang for your buck, scheduled orders provide lower prices on all of the curated items added to the order. What’s not to like? :D I’m interested to hear your thoughts on this topic and any other ones you have in mind. Comment below or email me at peter@bentodelivery to further the discussion! Until next week, ARIGATO!
We use our weekly discussions as a means to understand our community which we call Bento Family and answers questions they may have. In a previous post, we mentioned experimenting with cannabis to understand what works best for you. We know that’s easier said than done. The lack of knowledge of this industry doesn’t help. That’s where we come in, trying our best to provide the most relevant information to you. A common question we hear is “what’s the difference between smoking flower and eating an edible?” There are many horror stories of someone eating an edible, having a bad experience, and never trying cannabis again. We don’t want that to happen to you, so this week’s discussion will clarify the differences between edibles and smoking.
How Long Does It Take to Feel the Effects?
Effects can be felt faster from smoking than edibles. This is because smoking allows Delta-9-THC to travel through our bloodstream, thanks to the alveoli in our lungs, and binds to endocannabinoid receptors throughout our body, including our brain. Effects can be felt instantly or in a few minutes. When consuming edibles, it typically kicks in around 30-60 minutes. The edible needs time to metabolized through the stomach then liver.
Although, edibles provide more potent effects. When consumed, Delta-9-THC converts to 11-hydroxy-THC or 11-OH-THC. A 1973 study showed 11-OH-THC may be more potent than Delta-9-THC. 11-OH-THC is water soluble, while Delta-9-THC is oil soluble. This means edibles are more effective in crossing the blood-brain barrier. As a result, the effects from smoking moderately can last anywhere from 30 minutes to four hours while edibles can last four to 6 hours.
Risks and Benefits
Smoking is good for those who want to feel the effects immediately. Despite the fact smoking could irritate and inflame the respiratory tract. Edibles are great for those who don’t want to smoke, smell like cannabis, want a longer/stronger high, or prefer inconspicuous consumption methods. It is important to note some edibles have a stronger cannabis taste than others. If not careful, edibles come with the highest chance of over doing it. Understanding the perfect number of milligrams for you is important. So is taking into consideration your metabolism, how sensitive you are to THC, and what you ate that day. Start with 2.5mg or 5mg and if nothing is felt within an hour take another. Impatience leads to undesired results.
Experimenting to understand what works best for you is encouraged. Additionally, we want to make sure you experiment in a safe manner. If you like the information we discussed and want us to compare other methods, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or comment below. Likewise, if there is something you want to learn more about, or if you have any feedback feel free to comment or email us along with any other questions you may have. After all, our discussions are focused on helping you.