Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Triple A Dispensary located?

We are located in Maseru, Lesotho. We currently operate through our website only. However, we plan to have our official dispensary store open in 2023. Check back soon to find out more.

Who can purchase cannabis at Triple A Dispensary?

We are a fully licensed medical marijuana dispensary within Lesotho. In order to purchase from us, please register an account and provide us with all of your medical ailments. Our local Doctor(s) will then approve/decline your account based on your medical history.

What is THC and how does it work?

THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is just one of many cannabinoids (THC, CBD, CBN, CBG, etc.) found in the cannabis plant. THC is most widely known for being the primary cannabinoid in marijuana products that produces a psychoactive effect. In other words, THC is the cannabinoid that gets you high.

Is Triple A Dispensary a medical dispensary?

Yes, Triple A Dispensary is a legalized medical dispensary in Lesotho. We are fully licensed by the Lesotho government and ensure that we comply with both local and international laws.

Can I order online?

Yes, Triple A Dispensary allows online orders. Please ensure that you have an approved registered account with us. All deliveries are done within the Lesotho borders.

Where do your products come from?

Triple A Dispensary has handpicked Knuckle Genetics and Flow Cultivation for their expertise in growing cannabis and producing high-quality strains. By partnering with them, Triple A can guarantee a clean, consistent, and safe product for its clients.

I'm visiting Lesotho, can I place an order for when I arrive?

Yes, we allow our customers to place orders from overseas. All orders will be shipped within Lesotho only. Please ensure you have registered an account before trying to place an order.

Product Related FAQs

What is flower?

Bud, nugs, grass, weed, herb – it goes by many names, but it’s all the same thing: cannabis flower. These are the actual buds that are harvested from the cannabis plant, trimmed, cured and packaged for you to take home and consume. When you think of “traditional” cannabis consumption (smoking a bowl, pipe, or joint), you’re likely picturing flower.

What are concentrates?

Concentrates are pretty much exactly what they sound like: a cannabis product processed into a concentrated, super potent form. They contain all the cannabinoids (THC, CBD, CBG, etc.) and terpenes from the plant, but none of the excess plant material. Types of concentrates include: Budder, Shatter, Crumble, Distillate, Kief, Resin, Sauce, Sugar and Wax.

What are edibles?

The term “edibles” refers to any type of cannabis-infused food or drink. Cannabis edibles come in many different forms: gummies, mints, seltzers, cookies, taffy, chocolates, and more – even ice cream! When it comes to edibles, there’s truly an option for everyone. Traditional cannabis edibles are consumed orally and processed in your stomach and liver, so they can take up to 2 hours to kick in (depending on the product and person). Your weight, metabolism, diet, and cannabis tolerance are all factors that impact how an edible will make you feel. Although they can take longer to hit, the effects of edibles last a lot longer than smoking or vaping.

What are topicals?

Cannabis topicals include any type of lotion, balm, salve, oil, serum, etc. infused with cannabis and applied to the skin for localized pain relief, soreness, and inflammation. No, cannabis topicals are non-intoxicating. And yes, they still contain active THC. But when you apply a topical, the cannabinoids (THC, CBD, etc.) are being absorbed through your skin and do not reach your bloodstream, so you won’t feel a high like you do from smoking or consuming an edible – just targeted relief to the area the topical was applied to.

What are tinctures?

Cannabis tinctures are a type of liquid cannabis extract that typically comes in glass dropper bottles. Tinctures use a solvent (usually alcohol or a natural oil) to extract cannabinoids (like THC and CBD) from the cannabis plant. Believe it or not, tinctures were the primary form of cannabis medicine before prohibition in the United States. While cannabis tinctures were largely considered a medical product back then, they’ve grown in popularity among recreational and medical consumers alike because of the discretion, convenience, and versatility they offer.

What's the difference between CBD and THC?

CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) are both cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. There are other cannabinoids, too (CBN, CBG, etc.) but THC and CBD are the most well-known and widely used. THC is an “intoxicating” cannabinoid, so it produces psychoactive effects (it gets you high). CBD is still relaxing, but non-psychoactive so you won’t feel a high when consuming. Some CBD products may contain trace amounts of THC. And some THC products contain different amounts of CBD for different purposes. “1:1” products usually refer to cannabis products that contain equal amounts of THC to CBD.

Operating Hours

Mon – Fri: 8:00am – 6:00pm

Sat: 8:00am – 6:00pm

Sun: 8:00am – 1:00pm

Holidays: 8:00am – 1:00pm

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