Frequently Asked Questions
No one has ever died of marijuana overdose by itself. But it is possible to suffer serious effects of too much THC. Cannabis growers continually find ways to increase the THC content of marijuana, so that the average THC content has increased from an average of 4% in 1983 to an average of 10% in 2009. Some strains of cannabis tested much higher. High doses of THC have been shown to result in mental confusion, panic attacks, and hallucination.
Most orders arrive in 2-3 business days, if you place an order before 5pm. Delivery to some remote locations and small towns in USA and Canada can take up to 4 business days. Orders placed on weekends and statutory holidays are processed on the following business day. You can check the status of your order on our website under My Account.
Yes!! We supply to 20+ countries across the globe.
An Invoice is sent to customers after they complete their checkouts containing additional information concerning your payments and the product.
No, under the Marijuana laws, we cannot receive marijuana back from customers.
However, Clients can contact Customer Care Representative and negotiate a solution to your issue.
Each item is packaged in a generic prepaid Xpress envelope. The contents are then vacuum sealed to ensure maximum discretion.
Wishlists signify a customer’s interest in a product without an immediate intent to purchase.
No. 420dankstore is exclusively an online technology platform providing consumers with safe and secure access to legal marijuana. All images you see in the menu of cannabis products are what you will receive with your order.
Yes. Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum are accepted, and we are adding more tokens soon.
Depends on the state you are living. Some states require only medical marijuana and some are open to recreational use. Go through the checkout process on our website and see if its required for you.
Your information and all medical marijuana patient data are not shared with anyone. Your information is kept confidential and adheres to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).