Clone: A clone is a starter plant of true and tested genetics that will taste and yield within the standard range of whatever strain you select.
Concentrate: Concentrates are products made from the cannabis plant that have been processed to keep only the most desirable plant compounds (primarily the cannabinoids and terpenes) while removing excess plant material. Ounce for ounce, marijuana concentrates have a greater proportion of cannabinoids and terpenes when compared to natural cannabis flowers.
Drink: Thanks to nanotechnology and even sound waves, THC infused beverages are no longer a thing of the future. The THC molecule can be solubilized so it can suspend in liquid. THC drinks, like edibles, have the potential to hit you within 15 to 20 minutes with an average high time of 3 to 5 hours Depending on the person.
Edible: Cannabis is normally infused into oil or butter, as the cannabinoids are only alcohol-soluble, and must be extracted to be used in this way when adding it to cooking and baking. After consuming an edible, it generally takes 45-60 minutes (sometimes longer, again, it depends upon the individual) for one to start feeling the effects., and the effects may last anywhere from 4 to 12 hours.
Flower: Flower is another descriptive word for the actual bud on cannabis plants. Flower can be translated as a bud, ganja, marijuana, cannabis, etc.
Preroll: A pre-roll is essentially pre-made blunts for you to enjoy without the hassle of rolling a blunt yourself. They can be made of a variety of paper and cannabis products. Prerolls are typically available in .5g or 1g weights. If you are the type of person who wants to open a box or j-tube and your medication is ready, Prerolls are the way to go.
Terpenes: Terpenes are simply what makes your cannabis have that unique aroma, flavor, and effect. Terpenes are aromatic organic hydrocarbons found in many plants and even some insects. Cannabis has naturally high levels of terpenes. Leafly.com is a great resource for education regarding Terpene profiles and how they affect you.
Tincture: Tinctures are made with high percentage alcohol and they come in glass bottles with droppers. Tinctures are one of the most direct delivery systems for cannabis while being very precise in how you are able to dose.
Topicals: Topicals are cannabis-infused products you apply directly to your skin to relieve any number of surface issues on the body. Cannabis used in topicals will allow cannabinoids to be absorbed into the bloodstream much slower than smokable or edible cannabis, so the effects of topicals are directional and will typically affect the area where it is being applied. Note: this delivery system will not have overpowering effects like smokable cannabis would have.