What is a Whole Plant Ounce? Definition, deals, and more
When I was looking on CannaSaver the other day for ounce deals near me, I came across a term that I’ve been seeing more and more often in regards to weed: whole plant ounce. What exactly is a whole plant ounce, you may wonder? If you’re unsure about the definition of whole plant ounce, you’re not alone. It’s really quite simple, though. Here is all you need to know to get your questions answered about whole plant ounces, from whole plant ounce definition to where to buy a whole plant ounce in Denver, and what makes a whole plant ounce different than a “regular” ounce.
What is the Definition of Whole Plant Ounce?
You may have heard the term “whole plant” used in reference to concentrates. When “whole plant” is used in this way, it means that the concentrates, be it wax, shatter, or oils, was produced using “live” plants that have been frozen while still fresh--thus producing an extract that includes all the compounds of the marijuana plant, as some of those compounds can get lost in the process with other extraction techniques. However, when you hear the term “whole plant ounce,” it means something different. The definition of whole plant ounce is an ounce that has come from one single marijuana plant. Most of the time when weed is harvested at grow houses, all the buds from all the plants of a particular strain are mixed together. With a whole plant ounce, the buds from each individual plant are packaged separately. When you buy a whole plant ounce, you know that every single bud in that ounce came off the very same plant. This offers some distinct benefits for the savvy stoner who enjoys a consistent level of high from their buds.
How is a Whole Plant Ounce better or Different Than a “Regular” Ounce?
While a whole plant ounce is definitely different in that it comes from a single plant instead of being comprised of buds from who knows how many plants, it may or may not be “better” than that “regular” ounce you get. A whole plant ounce from a weak or mediocre strain is not going to be as good as a “regular” ounce from a super-potent strain. But--if you were to compare a “regular” ounce of the kickass bud with a whole plant ounce of that same bud, the whole plant ounce will be the winner. This is because with a whole plant ounce, the quality of the buds will be consistent throughout the entire ounce. Variations in marijuana potency occur not only from strain to strain, but from individual plant to individual plant. With a whole plant ounce, from the first bud you smoke till the last, what you experience is consistent and predictable. With a regular ounce, you might get that odd “dud” bowl that doesn’t seem to do much of anything. A whole plant ounce ensures that every bowl you smoke from that ounce will be pretty much identical in flavor and potency. As another benefit, some people feel that with a whole plant ounce, you get more of a complete picture of the “energies” of the marijuana plant. Sort of like whole bean coffee that’s freshly ground as opposed to pre-ground, pre-packaged stuff. It’s simply better all around.
Where to Buy a Whole Plant Ounce Deal in Denver
If you’re looking to buy a whole plant ounce in Denver, the best place to go is RiverRock. This Denver dispensary has two locations, so whether you want an ounce deal in north Denver or an ounce deal in south Denver, there is always a RiverRock nearby, which means there is always an ounce deal near me whenever I need one. RiverRock is one of only a few dispensaries in Denver that advertises whole plant ounces, and what’s more, they usually have amazing deals on these whole plant ounces. Right now with the RiverRock coupon on CannaSaver, a whole plant ounce is only $85 recreational, or $75 for medical members. This price is good at their north Denver dispensary as well as their south Denver dispensary.
More Cannasaver Ounce DealsIf you’re looking for ounce deals and you don’t really care whether or not it’s a whole plant ounce, you can find loads more ounce specials on CannaSaver. There are lots of ounce deals for less than $100 that you can take advantage of, plus you’ll find coupons for concentrates like wax, shatter, and live resin, too. Check it out today, then go get yourself one of those whole plant ounces and see for yourself if it’s better than the “regular Continue Reading