What our customers want

I had never tried a marijuana edible until just recently. . My friend, Sally, has set up her own business, selling marijuana edibles. Sally has always been interested in the different uses of cannabis.  She has always been a supporter of medical marijuana. She graduated from college two years ago. Right after graduation, she started planning for a marijuana edibles business. She is skilled at baking, so I assumed she’d attend culinary school to  become a chef. Instead, she started looking into the production and sales of marijuana edibles. She was convinced of her plan to open up her own marijuana edibles dispensary. Most edibles don’t taste all that good. They taste too much like marijuana. None of the other flavors are able to overpower the marijuana. That is not a good taste. The flavor is much like the smell. Even CBD oil had a bad taste. Sally has decided to make her own line of marijuana edibles that are flavored more carefully.  I have tried samples and they are delicious! Sally is experimenting with different recipes including OG kush, space cake, cookies, and pot brownies. She hopes to make available all kinds of marijuana edibles. I believe that word-of-mouth will help her business. Once people taste Sally’s products, they will come back for more and tell their friends. I think her business will grow steadily. She is not only concerned with profit. Sally sees the potential benefit for people with medical issues. She wants to make the edibles as affordable and accessible as possible.  

There are a range of options

The dispensary were I work is  small. We’re just starting out. In the beginning, we were not seeing very many sales. No matter what products we offered or featured, or  how friendly our staff, we just could not get the customers to buy the cannabis products. Finally, our boss came up with the idea that we were lacking in education. The staff participated in budtender staff training. We took courses to learn what it takes to be an effective budtender. All of us went through a bunch of courses that taught us to ask more detailed questions about the buyers. We were taught all about the cannabis products & the effects of each. We also had to complete cannabis science training. The cannabis education courses stressed that she should be aware of  exactly what the strains do & how they work. Having all this expertise adds up to greater confidence, so that we can recommend the ideal product and make sure the customers know the effects. Then the courses shifted to focus more on a cannabis sales training aspect. We were educated in how to recommend cannabis products without being pushy. The trainer made a point to tell us that some people have a negative association with marijuana. We need to put them at ease and make sure they are comfortable. The dispensary offers the medical marijuana patient a comfortable environment and a knowledgeable staff to assist them. The cannabis products offer hope to those who suffer. The last thing that I came away with was to take pride in the cannabis products we sell, the help we provide and the people we take care of.  

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I determined the problem

If you’ve never tried a marijuana edible, then you are missing out. My friend  Bob has started his own business. He sells cannabis edibles. He’s always shown an interest in marijuana.  When he graduated from college last year, he began researching the possibility of opening a marijuana edibles business. He often bakes. t I thought he would want to attend culinary school and find work as a chef or a baker.  Once he started looking into cannabis edibles and the profit and industry growth, he was convinced that opening up his own marijuana edibles dispensary was the right decision. He says that most edibles don’t taste good because there is too much marijuana and not enough of other flavors. The marijuana can be strong enough to overpower the other flavors. The taste is not so good. Even CBD oil is not a good flavor. Bob has made it his personal priority  to create his own signature line of cannabis edibles that contain sufficient cannabis, but are also delicious! He’s been working on various recipes for some time now. He has me try them and provide feedback. His marijuana edibles are very good. I am sure that once he gets his business going, his edibles will become popular. Bob is going to make a good supplier. He cares about his customers. He is dedicated to providing a good product. While he hopes to earn a profit, he also wants to make his products affordable. He understands the importance of medical marijuana to large community of people who suffer from cancer, pain, and all sorts of problems.

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I was upfront with the guy

The dispensary that I work at is a fairly new and upcoming. Since starting out, we’ve been unable to see any sales. No matter what products we offered or how many on staff, we were unable to get the cannabis products off the shelves. Ultimately, my boss decided that we might be lacking in sales training. The entire staff underwent budtender staff training. We all had to learn how to be a succesful  budtender. We took a series of courses that taught us to ask more questions and get to know the clients. We were taught to all about our cannabis products along with the effects of them. We participated in cannabis science training. The cannabis education courses provided all we need to know about the strains of cannabis and what they do. Having all this knowledge has given us the confidence to better advise customers on the right product and inform them of the effects of each one. Then the courses switched into a cannabis sales techniques. We learned how to recommend cannabis products without from being pushy. The trainer explained that some people have negative connotations associated with marijuana and might be intimidated.  The dispensary provides medical marijuana patients hope for better health and life changing improvement. The cannabis products are available to help those who suffer from all manner of health issues. Despite cannabis having a worse reputation than caffeine, it is not addictive and is all natural. No one has ever overdosed on marijuana.

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Making a safe environment

Have you ever tried a marijuana edible before? They can be a treat. My neighbor Andy has started a company that makes marijuana edibles. He’s always been involved in marijuana in some way.  After graduating from college last year, Andy started looking into a marijuana edibles business. He loves to bake, and everyone assumed he would end up going to culinary school and become a chef or a baker somewhere. Once Andy started looking into cannabis edibles edibles, he was determined to start up his own marijuana edibles dispensary. He says that so many edibles taste bad because the marijuana is not mixed with enough other flavors to overpower the taste. The straight marijuana is not a good tastes or smell for a treat.  Even CBD oil is not all that tasty. Andy has made it his mission to create his own line of cannabis edibles that not only offer sufficient strength of cannabis, but are also delicious! He’s experimenting with different recipes for cake, cookies, brownies, and various marijuana edibles people might be interested in trying. Hopefully, once he launches his business, people will give his selection a try and spread the word. I believe his edibles will be far better than any other kind I’ve tried before. He’s given me some samples to try, and I have been very impressed. I know the most difficult part of starting this business has been all of the required paperwork, licensing and government stipulations. It has been very expensive just to become legal to sell the edibles.

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These are the best dispensaries

The dispensary that I work for is small but upcoming. For a long time, we were not seeing sufficient sales. No matter what products we offered or how big of staff, we just could not get the cannabis products to sell. Finally, our boss made the decision  that we were lacking in education. The entire staff were asked to undergo budtender staff training. We were taught what it takes to be a budtender. We went through a series of courses that taught us to ask more questions of the clients. We were taught more about our cannabis products and the effects of them. We also completed cannabis science training. The cannabis education company taught us exactly what the strains do and how they affect people. Having this new comprehension gives us the confidence to guide clients to the right product and actually understand the effects. Then the courses moved onto a cannabis sales training aspect. We learned how to encourage cannabis products without being pushy. The instructor  made a point that some people have a negative connotation associated with marijuana, seeing users as the lazy and slow. The image has made it more difficult for people to get help. What the dispensary does for medical marijuana patients is very helpful. The cannabis products are offered to help those who suffer. The final thing I came away with is that cannabis has a worse reputation than caffeine, even though caffeine is more addictive than pot. And no one has ever overdosed on marijuana.

This place is great

If you’ve never tried a marijuana edible, you are in for a treat. My friend, Tony recently started a new company. He produces cannabis edibles. He’s been interested in marijuana since he graduated from college last year. He started considering a marijuana edibles business shortly after that. He likes to bake, and I figured he’d end up attending a  culinary school and becoming a chef somewhere. But once he began looking into cannabis edibles, Tony got excited for the plan of running his own marijuana edibles dispensary. Tony says that many edibles taste bad because they are strongly flavored by the marijuana, with no other flavors providing any sweetness. The taste of the other ingredients need to overpower the marijuana. Unfortunately, the marijuana tastes like it smells. Even CBD oil has a strange and not overly pleasant flavor. Tony has made it a priority to make a  line of cannabis edibles that offer sufficient marijuana, yet still taste delicious! He’s currently working on recipes for cake, cookies, brownies, and all types of marijuana edibles. I think he’s going to make a great profit. His edibles will be way better than any other kind I’ve tried before. He’s taking the time to research and perfect his recipes. He also needs to go through lots of government regulations and licensing to be able to actively sell his product. Just getting everything legal is costing him a fortune. I hope he will be able to recover his investment through sales. He has even discussed the possibility of deliver.

This is what a budtender does

I work for a dispensary that is quite small but growing.  For a long time, we were not getting many sales. No matter the products we offered or how helpful out staff, we couldn’t get the cannabis products off the shelves. Finally, my boss figured that  the staff was lacking in education. The staff then had to undergo budtender training. We were educated in what it takes to be a proficient budtender. All of us went through instruction that taught us to ask concise questions and customize the experience to the customer.  We were taught to better identify cannabis products and the various effects they provide. We also completed cannabis science. The cannabis education process stressed that we need to be aware of exactly what the strains do and how they do it. Having all this insight gives us the confidence to recommend ideal products and recognize the effects. We followed up with cannabis sales training. We were shown how  to push cannabis products without being overbearing. The instructor made a wonderful point, saying that some people associate connotations with marijuana. They think of the lazy, pot smoker, because our culture has tainted the image. What the dispensary provides for medical marijuana patients is the ability to improve their health and quality of life. Medical cannabis products are able to help those who suffer without harmful side effects. I have learned that cannabis has a worse reputation than caffeine, although caffeine is addictive and definitely more harmful than pot. The training was definitely worthwhile.

Information you should know about cannabis

If you’ve never tried a marijuana edible before, then you are in for a treat. My friend Antonio has recently started his own business making marijuana and cannabis edibles. He’s always been interested in marijuana and cannabis, and so when he graduated from college last year, he started looking into starting up a marijuana edibles business. He loves to bake, and at first I thought he might end up going to culinary school and becoming a chef or a baker somewhere like a hotel or a casino. But then once he started looking into cannabis edibles and marijuana edibles, he was sold on the idea of opening up his own marijuana edibles dispensary. He says that so many edibles taste bad because they end up tasting just like marijuana or cannabis with no other flavors really strong enough to overpower the marijuana. And you know how terrible that tastes! It tastes as bad as it smells, even CBD oil! Anyway, he has made it his personal mission to make his own line of cannabis edibles and marijuana edibles that are not only full of cannabis and marijuana, but that are also delicious! He’s currently working on different recipes for OG kush, space cake, girl scout cookies, pot brownies, and all kind of other marijuana edibles and cannabis edibles. I think once he gets going, his stuff is really going to take off and he’s going to make a great business out of it! I know that his edibles are going to be way better than any other kind I’ve tried before.

Solving medical issues

The dispensary that I work at is a small and upcoming one. For a long time we just were not seeing sales. No matter what products we had and how big of staff, we just could not get the cannabis products off the shelves. Finally, my boss decided that we must be lacking in education. The entire staff had to undergo budtender staff training. We had to learn what it takes to be a budtender. All of us went through courses that taught us to ask more questions than the customers. We were taught to know our cannabis products and the effects of them. We also had to do cannabis science training. The cannabis education business stressed that we need to know exactly what the strains do and how they do it. Having all this knowledge gives us the confidence to recommend the right product and actually know the effects of one. Then the courses shifting into a cannabis sales training aspect. We were learned how to push cannabis products without being pushy. The trainer made a good point that most people have a negative connotation with marijuana as the typical lazy, pot smoker. Pop culture has tainted the image and made it a joke. What the dispensary does for medical marijuana patients is not a joke, but life changing. The cannabis products are there to help those who suffer. The last thing that I came away with is that cannabis has a worse reputation than caffeine. Caffeine is more addictive than pot.