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Every day is a new opportunity to save with us here at Big Jerry’s.  We offer the most competitive daily specials and have early bird and happy hour deals every day. We offer a discount every day for veterans, seniors, and people working in the service industry. Be sure to sign up for our VIP Text Club to receive all the latest deals and promotions.


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Smoking flower is one of the most popular methods of cannabis consumption and for good reason. The effects of flower (aka buds) are almost immediate, it’s easy to pass around and share, plus smoking is simply the traditional way to enjoy cannabis. Whether you prefer to roll a joint, smoke a bowl, or even vape flower, you’ll typically feel max impact in 30 minutes and see the effects dissipate in 1-3 hours.

Choose Your Flower Strain

At BIG JERRY'S, we offer a variety of quality flower products, including indica, sativa and hybrid strains – and we only sell flower that we grow ourselves. So, how do you go about choosing the best option for your needs? Here’s a quick breakdown:


Here you’ll get a more cerebral, energizing effect as sativa-dominant strains tend to possess higher THC levels. With the ability to spark creativity and conversation, this is a great option for parties and get togethers. If you worry about anxiety or paranoia, try a sativa with a THC level around 10-20%.


Get the best of both worlds. If you want to soothe body aches without your body melting all the way into your couch, a hybrid just might be the perfect strain for you. Here at BIG JERRY’S, we offer several varieties to help you strike just the right balance for any activities you have planned.


These strains tend to be physically sedating and promote full-body relaxation. If you have sore muscles, tension in your neck, or just spent 8 hours sitting at a desk working on TPS reports, indica will help you shed the aches and pains of the day. Indica is great for mellow nights and getting restful sleep.


They’re discreet, convenient and delicious. Plus, you can find them in all your favorite forms, including gummy bears, truffles, suckers, cereal bars, macaroons, jerky, cookies, chocolate bars and much more.

Unlike smoking, which takes seconds or minutes to hit your bloodstream, edibles must first be digested in the stomach and processed by the liver. So, you’ll see a delayed arrival of effects – about 30 minutes, up to 2 hours. This will vary according to the individual and how each person’s body processes things. For example, if you have a higher metabolism, you’ll likely feel a change sooner than someone who took the same dose but has a lower metabolism. You’ll then have around 3-6 hours to enjoy the effects.

Some edibles, such as suckers and lozenges, typically kick in faster because they fall into the sublingual category and are absorbed into your bloodstream through the tissues in your mouth.

If you’re new to edibles, take it slow and be patient waiting for the party to start. While a typical dose is 10 mg of THC, you may want to start at 2.5 to 5 mg and see how you respond. Because edibles are made using oil, butter or cannabis distillate, all of which contain highly-concentrated amounts of cannabinoids, they can pack a serious punch in just one tiny square of chocolate.

And whether you’re a novice or expert, you’ll also want to skip mixing your cannabis intake with booze which can produce unwanted and unpleasant effects. Consider having some CBD-heavy flower available to smoke just in case things go sideways. This cannabinoid can help lessen the effects of too much THC.

BIG JERRY’S tip:  if you consume edibles after eating fatty foods, you may feel the effects more than if taken on an empty stomach or after a non-fatty meal.


This method of consumption removes the flower and gets down to business, separating out the terpene and cannabinoid-filled resin located in the trichomes, those little hair-like growths on the flower that look a bit like a crystal frost. The extraction process delivers a final product that contains concentrated amounts of THC and CBD (and a host of other cannabinoids that will be listed on the product label). While THC potency in flower might be 15-20%, this stuff can reach up to 90%.

Thus, concentrates are not typically advised for novice consumers. Consider yourself warned, and if you choose to proceed, just take it slow.

If you’re looking for powerful effects that you’ll feel almost immediately, a concentrate can provide the experience you’re seeking. It’s great for vaporizing instead of smoking flower and provides instant relief if you’re consuming it for a medical condition. Looking for taste? Concentrates with more terpenes offer a deeper, clean flavor to meet the expectations of any aficionado.

If you’re ready to dab, browse BIG JERRY'S selection of concentrates here on our site.


In this category, you’ll find lotions, ointments, balms, oils, salves, creams and even transdermal patches that provide various therapeutic benefits. Applied directly to the skin, topicals provide localized relief for aching muscles and reduce inflammation without the psychoactive high produced by other methods of cannabis consumption such as smoking.

Transdermals provide the same relief as topicals, but the cannabinoids will enter your bloodstream. It’s important to know the difference between a topical and a transdermal in case you are drug-tested.

Whether you’ve just upped your workout regimen or currently suffer from chronic pain in your back or joints, topicals and transdermals are a great option to explore.


Like edibles, drinking your cannabis is much more stealth than smoking and doesn’t require any extra equipment like a bong or dab rig. This form of consumption is still ramping up as companies explore different ways to infuse beverages while providing consistent dosing and delicious flavors. However, cannabis drinks are a trending market with big players like Molson Coors and Anheuser-Busch getting into the game to bring you a refreshing brew that replaces booze with THC.

For now, there are quite a few options available, typically in the form of sodas, fruit drinks, tea packets, bottled coffee, even kombucha. Many people gravitate to drinks over other edibles because they tend to deliver full effects in around 15 minutes. Any cannabinoids they contain, whether THC or CBD, are somewhat sublingually absorbed while drinking, then digested faster versus a dense chocolate truffle.

Of course, the end result is being able to quickly and more accurately gauge your high so you don’t end up pushing your limits to the point that you’re not having fun.


The concept of “tinctures” is certainly not new, but today’s cannabis tinctures offer a very modern and effective method of consumption. Taken sublingually by placing drops under your tongue, cannabinoids and terpenes are absorbed into your bloodstream directly. It’s quick, discreet and convenient, no smoke and no long waiting period like edibles. You will also have better control of dosages with most products clearly displaying how much CBD and/or THC you’ll get from various levels of liquid in the dropper.

You’ll typically feel the full effects in about 15-30 minutes and tinctures last around two hours or more depending on your experience level with cannabis. If you don’t like the taste of a tincture, it can also be added to tea, juice, even your food, however, your body will first need to digest things and process the cannabinoids through the liver. This will delay the onset of effects for up to 2 hours, just like edibles.