The Ultimate Guide for Cannabis Brands
Kabunky produces high-quality cannabis flower, concentrates, and edibles, growing a variety of strains. All cannabis products are lab tested, ensuring potency and quality, allowing consumers to see what they are consuming. Kabunky is a cannabis community with a belief in sharing the medicinal and healing properties of cannabis.
Why do cannabis brands matter?
There are so many different cannabis strains and brands, it can be hard to figure out which one is best for you. When you walk into a dispensary, the employees can tell you about different cannabis brands and strains. But what about the necessary information when you want to buy cannabis online? Well, Briteside’s website is designed to give you all the information you need about the different brands and strains, so you can easily make a choice.
When you go grocery shopping, you’re most likely going to buy the same brand of chocolate and shampoo each time. Why? Because you’re familiar with it, you know the products are of a certain quality, and you feel good consuming these products. It’s the same with cannabis brands. It’s all about trust and familiarity.
Every brand has a menu of several strains with engaging names. These names allow you to recognise the products you tried and liked, so you can easily buy them again and again. But you shouldn’t pick a cannabis strain just because you like the name, but because of the way it makes you feel. And that’s why we aim to describe each strain and brand, so you know what to expect. Symptoms the cannabis might relieve, the kind of high it gives you… We’ll tell you everything.
Let’s say you’re looking for pain relief during the day for example, but don’t want to get high, then a strain high in CBD and low in THC might be the perfect fit.
Briteside and education
In our opinion, education about cannabis is extremely important. That’s why we aim to give you as much information as possible about medical marijuana, CBD, legal developments, and more. You can find this information on the different pages of our website, as well as on our blog The Sugar Leaf.