What to Expect at 3Fifteen
If you’re a brand-new medical cannabis patient exploring marijuana use for the first time, you may be feeling a little apprehensive preparing for your first visit to 3Fifteen Primo. We assure you that there’s no reason to be nervous - our team of professional expert budtenders will be there for you every step of the way, both in-store, on social media and online.
Before ordering online for in-store pickup, refer to the FAQ below. Still, have questions? Contact us directly - we’re happy to help!
How is marijuana used?
Medical marijuana can be ingested in many ways, including smoking (joints/blunts), vaping, lotion, edibles (e.g. gummies, baked goods, mints), capsules, plus others.
What types of marijuana are there?
There are three primary types of marijuana, called strains: Indica, Sativa and a hybrid of the two.
Indica: Has a calming and relaxing effect. Best for nighttime use. Benefits include mental and muscle relaxation, decreased acute pain, decrease nausea, increased appetite and more.
Sativa: Has an energizing effect. Best for daytime use. Benefits include anti-anxiety, anti-depressant, chronic pain treatment, increased focus, increased serotonin and more.
Hybrid: A crossbreed between indica and sativa. Effects and benefits will vary by the strain’s specific ratio.
Our experienced budtenders will help you choose the best strain to meet your unique cannabis needs and desires to ensure you always have a comfortable, elevated experiences.
How will I know which products to buy?
As mentioned, there are many ways to ingest marijuana, as well as different types of marijuana to choose from. Our experienced budtenders will help you choose the best products to meet your unique cannabis needs and desires to ensure you always have a comfortable, elevated experience.
I’ve never been to a dispensary before. How does it work?
3Fifteen Primo offers both medical dispensaries in secure facilities that allow both medical patients and recreational users to receive their product in a welcoming environment, with help from an expert team of professionals.
Medical-only 3Fifteen locations: Medical patients and caregivers may shop at any of our locations and must provide a valid state-issued ID and medical marijuana card upon arrival. No one else is permitted to enter medical-only locations other than registered employees attending to the facility.
Once inside, patients are greeted by one of our many qualified budtenders who are trained to listen to your individual needs so you can take home the products that will deliver exactly what you’re looking for. Security staff are always on-premise to ensure your safety.
What should I bring to 3Fifteen Primo?
Medical patients: Please bring your medical card and a valid state-issued ID card.
What can I expect to see walking into 3Fifteen Primo?
While every 3Fifteen Primo location looks slightly different, you will be welcomed by one of our friendly customer service representatives who will check your ID and ensure you’re comfortable waiting in the main lobby. From there, you’ll experience our immersive customer service with one of our many experienced budtenders who will listen to your individual needs to help you find the products that will deliver exactly what you’re looking for.
What payment types do you accept?
We accept cash payments or debit cards through our BrytePay system. Many of our stores have ATMs on-site, but we recommend coming prepared with cash or debit card.
Can I purchase CBD products from 3Fifteen Primo?
Yes, our stores carry CBD products in many different formats, including lotions, capsules, tinctures and more.
What’s the difference between CBD and THC?
CBD: Cannabidiol, best known as CBD, can be extracted from hemp or marijuana. CBD is a non-psychoactive compound, meaning it doesn’t produce the “high” associated with THC. You do not need a medical marijuana card to purchase CBD products.
THC: THC: Tetrahydrocannabinol, best known as THC, is the main psychoactive compound in marijuana that gives the high sensation. Only medical use of marijuana is legal in the state of Missouri.