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We know you've got questions, and we're here to answer them... or at least some of them!

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frequently asked questions

What forms of ID do I need to purchase?

In Vankleek Hill, Ontario, you’ll need to prove you are 19 years of age or older to buy any cannabis products.

When shopping at Ingram & Sons, please ensure you have a valid government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license or passport, when shopping at Ingram & Sons. This holds true for InStore Pickup, Curbside Pickup, and Delivery.

What's the legal age to purchase and consume cannabis in Ontario?

We’ll say it again for the folks in the back: You must be at least 19 years of age or older to buy, use, grow, or possess cannabis in Vankleek Hill, Ontario.

Can I consume cannabis in public in Vankleek Hill?

Consider cannabis consumption like alcohol consumption. It’s best done at home or in a private residence.

Are you staying in a local hotel? Check with the front desk about their rules for smoking or vaping cannabis on-site.

How much THC should I start with?

If you are unfamiliar with the intoxicating effects of THC, we always recommend starting low and going slow. Starting with precisely dosed products, like edibles and cannabis drinks, can help you know exactly what you are signing up for.

As a total newbie, look for products with 2.5 mg of THC or under. We also recommend products balanced with a bit of CBD, which can help counter some of the psychoactive side effects associated with THC.

What do I do if I overindulge?

Ask any OG stoner, and most will have a story of overdoing it, also known as Greening Out.

Greening Out is when you’ve consumed too much THC, and the chill, relaxing effects suddenly turn sour.

Too much THC flowing through your bloodstream can overwhelm your endocannabinoid receptors. Common symptoms may include nausea, paranoia, dizziness, and mild hallucinations. While definitely scary for those unfamiliar with the experience, it’s generally short-lived, lasting only a few minutes to a few hours.

Try drinking a cold glass of water, taking a cold shower, eating fatty food, or going to sleep.

There are no-known deaths connected to a THC overdose and no known long-term repercussions. But, if necessary, seek medical attention.