Bulk Weed/Cannabis Canada

Updated by S. Zulfiqar on Sept 10, 2021 – Fact checked by Dr. A Maldonado
If you need more cannabis in your life — be it for recreational or medical reasons (or to save more money) — buying marijuana in bulk is your best bet. When buying weed in large quantities, not only do you save more money per gram, but you also have more options to use your marijuana buds. Whether you fancy cooking with cannabis or you’re just want to make a few batches of marijuana concentrates, our bulk deals should live up to your expectations. We offer high-quality marijuana flowers and extracts in quantities between 4 and 8 ounces including indica, sativa, and hybrid strains.

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Buy Weed and Shatter in Bulk | Weed Smart Canada

Running out of weed sucks, especially if you use it medicinally. For many of us, it has become one of those commodities/products that we always have lying around at home, tucked away in a jar. That said, it’s a great idea to start buying in bulk.

If you find yourself ordering small quantities of the same strains over and over again, you’d be happy to know that you can save a lot of money if you buy a much larger quantity.

At Weed Smart, we have the best offers on bulk orders so you can get a big box of your favourite strain delivered right to your door.

Advantages of Buying in Bulk

There’s a lot more you can do with weed rather than just smoking it. If you’ve tried making cannabis edibles or even rosin, you probably know that it requires a decent amount of bud.

It’s a great idea to always have a good amount of weed on hand if you’re into DIY stuff or if you frequently have guests over at home who enjoy pot more than alcohol.

The top advantages of buying a large quantity include:

  1. There will always be enough

Have you ever felt that unique high? The one that leaves you feeling absolutely amazing for several minutes or even hours on end. You happened to stumble across a stash online. You didn’t want to waste too much money. So, you decided to buy just a little. However, it turned out so good that you now want more than a kid who’s having ice cream for the first time. 

Have you ever had this type of experience? If you have, then you must understand the pain of not having enough bulk weed to cater to your needs. By getting bulk weed in Canada, you can rest assured that you’ll always have access to your favourite strain of kush. This is especially so if you’re going to be using it alone for extended periods. 

After all, you wouldn’t buy one sachet of cereal at a time. It makes more sense to buy an entire box, so you have enough to take care of your breakfast for several days. In the same vein, getting bulk weed is always better.

  1. Great for occasions and parties

If you’re a stoner, you might have a few friends who aren’t particularly interested in rolling up a blunt. However, there is almost no way you wouldn’t have friends who like a good smoke. Occasionally, you’ll want to hang out with those friends and acquaintances. 

On those occasions, it’s very unlikely that your 3-ounce stash of emergency de-stress weed will do anything for them. By getting bulk weed, you can rest assured that the party will go on as it should. The best part? Cannabis is legal as long as you follow the regulations!

  1. Money saved

Naturally, when you buy single units of a product, you’ll have to pay the exact cost. But most producers and retailers will take a percentage off for you when you buy in bulk. It’s how it works in virtually all markets. Cannabis is no different. 

When you keep going to your dispensary every two days to get a week’s supply of weed, you’ll spend quite a bit of cash. This will include the money required to get your required measurement as well as the cost of transportation. Even if you’re ordering online, you’ll likely have to pay multiple delivery fees. All in all, you can end up spending up to 50% more than you normally should for the weed.

However, when you choose to buy in bulk, you can be sure that you don’t have to spend so much. First, the cost of multiple deliveries would be eliminated. Secondly, your dispensary is very likely to give you a discount on larger quantities.

  1. Perfect for making edibles

When you’re making edibles, your measurement has to be just right. You’ll need weed that’s directly proportional to the number of ingredients you’ll be using. If it’s too small, you won’t feel the effects when you eventually eat it.

However, when you buy in bulk, this problem is eliminated. You can easily make as many psychoactive batches of cookies as you want. If you have a friend over that’s interested in getting high, too, you can rest assured that you’ll have some for them. 

  1. It’s better for the environment

When people think of making environmental changes, they often think about the grandest things. If you had the opportunity to walk into any of their conversations, you might hear different propositions. One is to shut down billion-dollar corporations that produce environment-damaging waste.

In reality, this will reduce the problem significantly. Sadly, you’re just one person. Unless you can leap tall buildings in a single bound and run faster than a moving locomotive, you might not be able to shut down these corporations yourself. You can still help to protect the environment.

How? Well, when you order your bulk weed in a box, you’ll help your dispensary to use less plastic packaging. Additionally, neither you nor they would have to drive so often to get or deliver your weed. Hence, less harmful gases are released into the atmosphere.

Sure, it might not be as dramatic as sucking up all the CFC on the planet. It does help to an extent.

The same goes for concentrates too! It’s not just flowers that we offer in bulk. Browse through our insane variety of shatter and choose your favourite strain.

Does Bulk Weed go Bad?

When you weed in smaller quantities, you might not have to worry about whether it will go bad or not. After all, you’ll be consuming it in no time. However, if you have decided to get a larger stash, you will have to worry about retaining your weed quality for extended periods. This is especially because of the pathogens that will be working towards its quality reduction.

Luckily for you, weed doesn’t exactly go bad. At least, not in the way that other edible substances do. 

You see, when other forms of food go beyond their expiration date, it isn’t hard to tell. Avocados, for example, smell particularly unpleasant when they’re overripe. Eating them at that point could give you a really bad case of food poisoning. Weed, on the other hand, will merely change its chemical compositions.

It shouldn’t cause you a lot of harm, but it will lose its potency. This can be incredibly disappointing if you already have a huge stash of cannabis.

How to Tell if Your Weed is too Old

It can be a bit difficult to ascertain the freshness and excellence of your bulk shatter weed in Canada. However, it isn’t entirely impossible.

Apart from the difference in potency, one thing you’ll notice is a change in smell. While it might not be as unpleasant as you imagine, it will be noticeably different from when you first bought it. In some instances, it can smell quite harsh after sitting for too long.

Another thing you’ll notice is a difference in appearance or texture. Old, spoiling weed will generally feel spongy to the touch. On a different side of the spectrum, it could also feel too crisp and crumble at your touch. These two signs mean it’s had too much moisture, or it’s been completely dried out. Either way, it’s been there for too long.

Finally, you might notice bits of mould here and there on the plant. Now, you need to be careful when checking for mould. This is because mould isn’t very easy to see unless you’re paying close attention. So, if you’re going to look out for it, keep your eyes peeled. It usually looks like white fuzzy spots. Some of these spots can be very small.

Because the mould can make you sick, we would strongly advise that you take your time to observe your weed. You can follow this advice even if your weed isn’t very old. When you’re done, make sure to store your weed in an airtight jar that’ll reduce the penetration of moisture to the bare minimum. Then, keep the jar away from excessive ultraviolet light. 

Remember to go to your doctor if you suffer from any disease and want to use marijuana

Bulk Weed and Shatter in Canada | Order Today

Feel free to order multiple ounces of shatter and marijuana flowers at Weed Smart Canada! You can mail-order serives or even get same-day Weed Delivery if you live in Burnaby or Vancouver. If you’re confused about which strain to order, we recommend looking into our mix and match deals so you can try a little of everything. And don’t just take our word for it! You can find us featured on trusted sites such as Weed List, Weed Maps, and Cannabis Ontario.


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