Blue Lights – Indica Dominant – 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

This cross between blueberry and northern lights should be the top of anyone’s favourites. With its noteworthy THC content (22 – 25%). The flower emits an amazing blueberry aroma and provides a long-lasting sedative and euphoric feeling. Its perfect for that end of the day wined down and pain relief.

9 lb Hammer – Indica Dominant – 80% Indica / 20% Sativa

This cross between fruity Gooberry, Hells OG and Jack the Ripper. 9lb Hammer has dense buds coated in resin with almost a sweet grape and lime taste. With a THC range of (20 – 25%) the effect can be heavy hitting and long lasting. Great for pain and stress.

Cookies + Cream

Cookies + Cream – Hybrid – 50% Indica / 50% Sativa

This Denver Cannabis cup winner is a cross between Starfighter and an unknown Girl Scout Cookies phenotype. Cookies and Cream’s name promises a dessert-like flavor profile — and with a sweet, vaguely vanilla scent, these flowers don’t disappoint. Its sweet taste variety gives long lasting relief throughout the day. But be careful! Too much and its nighty night.

Delinquent OG – Indica

Delinquent OG is a unique strain created specifically for the Hip Hop artist Delinquent Habits. Handpick by the band themselves to represent them. It is cross between Purple Thai (which gives the strain its nice flow) and OG #18 (the diesel and skunk smell). It will leave you feeling relaxed and euphoric, then sends you off to bed feeling nice and sleepy. Overall, this strain is for someone looking for an end of the day strain.

Come visit capt.dabbn at bcsbestexpress to check these out while they are in stock!

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The shop budtenders at BCSBESTEXPRESS get asked on a daily basis about cannabinoids, how they will affect them, if CBD will get them high and will CBD put them to sleep. A lot of people do not understand the differences between them and how to use properly. We love this question because we want to make sure our customers are getting the right products to fulfill their needs.

So what are CANNABINOIDS??

Cannabinoids are a group of chemical compounds that are found in the cannabis plant. There are hundreds of different cannabinoids, but the main ones that we frequently see in articles and on packages include:

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis plants. It’s responsible for the “high” or state of euphoria associated with cannabis use. Levels of THC have been increasing as growers try to create hybrids with a greater concentration of the compound.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is non-impairing or non-euphoric. It doesn’t cause a “high.” However, it may produce many physical benefits, such as reducing pain and nausea, preventing seizures, and easing migraine.
Cannabinol (CBN) is used to ease symptoms and side effects of neurological conditions, including epilepsy, seizures, and uncontrollable muscle stiffness.
Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) is similar to THC, but it doesn’t cause any psychoactive effects. Its potential benefits include reducing inflammation caused by arthritis and autoimmune diseases. It may also help reduce symptoms of neurological conditions like Parkinson’s disease and ALS.
Cannabigerol (CBG) is thought to help reduce anxiety and symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and depression.

The main way in which the cannabinoids are differentiated is based on their degree of psych activity. For example, CBG, CBC and CBD are not known to be psychologically active agents whereas THC and CBN along with some other cannabinoids are known to have varying degrees of psych activity.


THC works by binding with the cannabinoid 1 (CB1) receptors in the brain. It produces a high or sense of euphoria.

When THC is exposed to the air, it becomes oxidized and forms CBN which also interacts with THC to lessen its impact. This is why cannabis that has been left out unused will has less potent effects when smoked, due to the increased CBN to THC ratio.


CBD binds very weakly, if at all, to CB1 receptors. CBD needs THC to bind to the CB1 receptor and, in turn, can help reduce some of the unwanted psychoactive effects of THC, such as euphoria or sedation.

The most abundant cannabinoids is CBD, it is thought to have anti-anxiety effects, possibly counteracting the psychoactive effects of THC.

Does CBD put you to sleep?

CBD by itself will not put you to sleep, but it reduces symptoms of anxiety, which will allow you to become more relaxed.

If you have any questions or if you are not sure what products you should be using always make sure to ask your local budtender. They will help you with picking out the product that fits your needs! 🙂


We want to thank you for all the support over the past four years! BCS BEST EXPRESS is a dispensary that provides high quality cannabis products that are sold at affordable prices. All our products have been tested in order to provide you with assurance when making a purchase that suits your desired needs.

Our main goal is to create a blog that will provide a positive outlook when it comes to the cannabis community. This blog has been designed to help inform consumers by offering product knowledge through sharing personal stories and experiences, knowing what the best products are for medical and recreational use, recognizing the benefits of cannabis and so much more!

With various information being published to the internet and social media, it is sometimes hard to differentiate between what the actual truth is regarding cannabis. We want to ensure you that the information we are providing is always trustworthy, accurate and knowledgeable. We want all our consumers to be educated when it comes to knowing the benefits and side effects that may occur when dealing with cannabis.

Our amazing team of budtenders are always available to help answer any questions you may have or to provide suggestions regarding what products would be best for you.
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