Online BC Dispensary
Sure, you can’t walk 5 feet without hitting a dispensary in Vancouver. But who wants to go out, brave the crowds, probably get a parking ticket, all for the privilege of paying $220 for an ounce of AA/AAA, when you can just sit back and get hooked up with premium grade mail order Marijuana delivered right to your door. And if you’re somewhere with no dispensary nearby, no problem, we are happy to deliver you with great quality Cannabis directly to your door. And guess what? All our shipments are guaranteed! (and free shipping over $99!)
We’re based in Vancouver, so your order could be there as soon as next day. We get great product from our network of Island suppliers, our prices are fantastic, what’s not to love about our BC Bud, shatter and edibles?
Why order from Blue+Yellow?
- AAA to AAAA Weed at great prices
- Free XpressPost Shipping ($99 and above)
- 100% Guaranteed Shipments
- Discrete Packaging
- We offer an amazing Affiliate Program
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We offer a wide variety of top quality Marijuana products
Check out and potent Indica’s, Hybrid’s and energizing Sativa’s. We also offer chronic Concentrates and Edibles that will be sure to leave you feeling great! Be sure to come check out Blue+Yellow on a regularly as we feature new products all of the time. We also offer daily deals and flash sales, so be sure to subscribe to our newsletter below.
Marijuana has been known to help with the following medical symptoms:
Pain Relief — Research has shown that using marijuana may be helpful in managing neuropathic pain. A 2001 paper found that cannabis used at a concentration of 9.4% THC moderately reduced pain and improved sleep, with little side-effects.
Nausea— A number of studies have been done on the benefits of taking marijuana to help reduce vomiting and nausea in chemotherapy patients. The researchers found out that the cannabinoids were better than the active control or the placebo at reducing vomiting and nausea. THC is also well documented to increase appetite.
Glaucoma— Marijuana has been used to treat and prevent the eye disease glaucoma, which increases pressure in the eyeball, injuring the optic nerve and causing vision loss. Studies have shown Cannabinoids effectively lower intraocular pressure (IOP), likely by boosting ocular blood flow through their vasorelaxant properties.
Seizures— Small clinical studies suggest that CBD, a non-psychoactive compound of cannabis, could potentially be helpful in preventing seizures. For more information on Epilepsy and Cannabis please visit Epilepsy.com.
Dravet’s Syndrome— is a syndrome which causes intense seizures. According to the film “Weed”, the young subject used a cannabis strain high in cannabidiol and low in THC. This cut down her seizures from 300 a week to just one every seven days. According to the film Forty other children in the state are using the same marijuana strain to treat their seizures– and it appears to be working.