Types of CBD Products in San Jose

CBD is an acronym for cannabidiol, a chemical compound from the cannabis plant. Don’t be intimidated by the acronyms! We love to discuss our inventory of CBD products with anyone in the Bay Area curious about CBD.

About CBD Products

Do anxiety, depression, epilepsy, or PTSD have you feeling down? Do you wish there was a convenient way to relieve your symptoms and make the days less stressful? Cannabidiol (CBD) provides you with some welcome relief. CBD is a naturally occurring substance that helps remedy the symptoms of many conditions from physical pain to psychological stress. The World Health Organization (WHO) classifies CBD as a safe substance that is free from the potential for addiction and abuse.[1] 

Canna Culture invites our new and returning clients to sample a broad selection of CBD products. Canna Culture carries everything you might want from pure CBD to products that contain varying ratios of CBD and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Reach out to CannaCulture today and begin your quest for a more serene lifestyle. Call us at (408) 264-7877 anytime from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., 7 days a week. Our cannabis gurus love speaking with new patients.

What are CBD Products?

CBD products are products made from cannabidiol, one of the primary active ingredients in the cannabis plant. CBD products are gaining popularity as a treatment for a wide range of ailments. These ailments can range from short term physical injuries to long-lasting chronic conditions such as epilepsy.

Benefits of CBD Products

  • Treats symptoms of epilepsy – Scientists investigated CBD’s potential to treat epilepsy across many clinical trials. Research consistently finds CBD to be an effective treatment for epilepsy.[2] [3]
  • Manages stress and reduces high blood pressure – A clinical study indicates that a single dose of CBD reduces both resting blood pressure and blood pressure due to stress in humans.[4]
  • Relieves anxiety and depression – Research that measured over 8,000 sessions found that CBD, when used in conjunction with both low and high doses of THC, reduces anxiety and short term depression.[5]
  • May offer relief for Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – Studies with both humans and animals suggest that CBD is a strong therapeutic candidate for the treatment of post-traumatic stress. It has fewer side effects than other pharmacological treatments.[6] [7]
  • Relieves pain – Preclinical trials in animals and anecdotal reports from humans suggest that CBD has therapeutic benefits in pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory.[8]

Types of CBD Products Offered by Canna Culture


CBD tinctures are a concentrated liquid form. Usually, manufacturers mix in other oils such as almond oil, ginseng, and fruit flavors. Tinctures have grown to become an extremely popular means of taking CBD. Dripping a tincture is a great way to get a high concentration of CBD into your system.

Tincture Use: Drip a drop or two underneath your tongue. After a few minutes, use your tongue to rub the oil around your cheeks and gums. This is called sublingual ingestion. Check the bottle for dosage instructions as it may vary between manufacturers.


Topicals cover all products that get applied to the skin. Popular topicals around Santa Clara County include balms, salves, oils, and lotions. Applying Topicals can treat inflammation, acne, chronic pain, and more.

Topical use: Simply apply the topical substance to the area you want to treat.   


Edibles have come a long way from those infamous pot brownies that got passed around at college bake sales. CBD edibles now come in many forms. Depending on current inventory, you can find a selection of CBD chocolates, mints, gummies, hard candy, and more.

Edible use: Eat the edible the way you would any other chocolate or candy. Usually, edibles take the longest for the effects to become active but they also tend to last longer. Make sure to check your edibles for THC content. If your edible contains high THC content make sure to pace yourself.


Unlike other products, you can easily consume CBD capsules in the middle of a busy day. CBD is non-intoxicating which makes it suitable for mid-day use. You don’t have to worry about using another device like you would with flower or cartridges. Additionally, they won’t be melting in your car if you forget them unlike chocolates or some topicals. 

Capsule use: Place a capsule in your mouth and swallow it the way you would any other pill.


For clients that enjoy vaping, CBD cartridges are available for vape pens. While some studies suggest a reduced effect from CBD when its vaped or smoked, many still prefer this method. If you already own a vape pen, you can enjoy CBD by vaping it.

Cartridge use: Attach the CBD cartridge to your preferred vape pen, turn on the heat and when ready, inhale the CBD vapor.


Some people prefer to take CBD the old fashioned way: by smoking or vaporizing the raw CBD flower. High CBD, low THC flower is great for those that enjoy the sensation of smoking. 

Flower use: Take hold of your preferred device and simply smoke or vaporize the flower. You can roll up the flower, use a water pipe, or load it into a vaporizer device.

Bath bombs 

Pamper yourself with a CBD bath bomb. CBD bath bombs also make an exciting way to enjoy the benefits of CBD oil with a partner! Even if you are alone, they complement a soothing bath. Bath bombs combine CBD extract with essential oils that are used in non-CBD bath bombs. Enjoy the best of both worlds with CBD bath bombs.

Bath bomb use: Fill your bathtub with warm/hot water then drop in the bath bomb. We recommend soaking in the tub for at least 30 minutes after the bath bomb has been dropped. 

Canna Culture’s VIP Program

Join our VIP program to gain access to deals, specials, and more. We offer exclusive deals and swag only available to VIP members. Our VIP benefits:

  • 2% pre-tax discount on all our CBD products 
  • Friends and family bonus offer for a pre-roll that costs less than $2
  • Early notifications of Demo Days and special BOGO offers

Contact our office to find out how you can join our VIP program.  

CBD Product Delivery in San Jose

Don’t like shopping in crowded stores? No problem. We make it easy to browse our menu from home. We offer same-day delivery on all CBD products within a 20-mile radius of our store. Our delivery area covers much of Silicon Valley from Mountain View to Los Gatos to Morgan Hill to Milpitas. 

How Much Do CBD products Cost in the Bay Area?

The price of CBD varies depending on the type of CBD product and the quantity you wish to purchase at one time. CBD lip balm can run as low as $9 while larger bottles of CBD tincture can cost up to $90. Prices on CBD are comparable to the prices of other cannabis products. Give us a call at (408) 264-7877 if you have any questions regarding prices of CBD products.


Are CBD products legal in California?

California law legalizes all CBD products. Be careful if you are traveling between states as Federal law still doesn’t de-criminalize CBD, except in cases of epilepsy treatment.

Do I need a medicinal marijuana card to purchase CBD products in California?

No. CBD is recreationally legal in California for adults over the age of 21. Just come into our store or check out our delivery menu.

How much CBD should I take?

If you are a first time user, you should start with a low dose and work your way up to a higher dosage. Studies on CBD’s effects vary from 20 milligrams on the low end to 1,500 milligrams on the high end.

Is CBD psychoactive?

CBD is considered psychoactive. However, it is not considered an intoxicating substance. You won’t feel “high” from taking pure CBD alone. CBD can be used to treat epilepsy, stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD

How long until CBD starts taking effect?

Onset time varies with the type of product you choose to take:

• Smoking or Vaping: within minutes
• Tinctures: Between 15 and 45 minutes
• Topical CBD: up to an hour
• Edible CBD: up to two hours


  1. World Health Organization. (2018) Cannabidiol (CBD): A Critical Review. [PDF file] Retrieved June 11, 2020,from https://www.who.int/medicines/access/controlled-substances/CannabidiolCriticalReview.pdf 
  2. Perucca, E. (2017). Cannabinoids in the Treatment of Epilepsy: Hard Evidence at Last? Journal of Epilepsy Research, 7(2), 61-76. doi:10.14581/jer.17012
  3. Savage, T. E., Sourbron, J., Bruno, P. L., Skirvin, L. A., Wolper, E. S., Anagnos, C. J., & Thiele, E. A. (2020). Efficacy of cannabidiol in subjects with refractory epilepsy relative to concomitant use of clobazam. Epilepsy Research, 160, 106263. doi:10.1016/j.eplepsyres.2019.106263
  4. Jadoon, K. A., Tan, G. D., & O’Sullivan, S. E. (2017). A single dose of cannabidiol reduces blood pressure in healthy volunteers in a randomized crossover study. JCI Insight, 2(12). doi:10.1172/jci.insight.93760
  5. Cuttler, C., Spradlin, A., & Mclaughlin, R. J. (2018). A naturalistic examination of the perceived effects of cannabis on negative affect. Journal of Affective Disorders, 235, 198-205. doi:10.1016/j.jad.2018.04.054
  6. Bitencourt, R. M., & Takahashi, R. N. (2018). Cannabidiol as a Therapeutic Alternative for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: From Bench Research to Confirmation in Human Trials. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12. doi:10.3389/fnins.2018.00502
  7. Blessing, E. M., Steenkamp, M. M., Manzanares, J., & Marmar, C. R. (2015). Cannabidiol as a Potential Treatment for Anxiety Disorders. Neurotherapeutics, 12(4), 825–836. doi: 10.1007/s13311-015-0387-1
  8. Malcom, K. (2019, October 30). Should You Take CBD for Pain? Retrieved June 11, 2020, from https://healthblog.uofmhealth.org/health-management/should-you-take-cbd-for-pain

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