New Users Guide

Tune in weekly while we explore frequently asked cannabis questions!

Use as a chance to introduce the spectrum of the campaign.  Acknowledge that it’s ok to feel fears and concerns.

For Staff: Offer an overview of public health plus listening techniques for fears and scripting to increase sales confidence.

  • Curious about cannabis?
  • Common fears:
    • Is it legal?
    • What is the lab testing process?
    • Where can I consume?
    • How much cannabis can I purchase at once?

Flyer Text:

  • Curious about cannabis?  Not sure where to start?
  • Visit our shop for a consultation!
  • Every Sunday 10 – 2
    • Is it legal?  What does recreational mean?
    • What is the lab testing process?
    • Where can I consume?
    • How much cannabis can I purchase at once?
    • How to roll a joint!
    • What are the risks?
    • What is CBD? Is whole plant better than isolate?
    • Isn’t it a gateway drug?
    • What if I get too high?
    • Can I mix cannabis with alcohol?
    • Should I eat it or smoke it?
    • How do I know my dose?
    • What can I expect to feel?
    • How long does it last? How long does it stay in my system?

Farm is interested in educating the public on "the new normal"

What IS normal?

We want to find out and that includes YOU!

It’s not often that we experience a cultural shift like the legalization of cannabis.  Guiding the public to understand how this will affect them requires cannabis leaders to be ambassadors to “a new normal”.  For reference, think about all the bad etiquette that came with cell phones and social media. Now imagine legal and unregulated public cannabis consumption – yikes!

What can we do?

We can agree upon a shared Code of Conduct and produce a culture that is balanced across our Four Pillars of Wellness.  This offers us as a team (as well as the public!) a foundation to reference for what legal, recreational cannabis could look like.  On top of this, we can continue to develop our unique and special cannabis practises knowing that we are grounded in a shared set of values.

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