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Save with online ordering
October 17th to October 23rd
Place an Online Order over $250 between Sunday, October 17th and Saturday, October 23rd and receive a 10% OFF Coupon to use on your next order!
*Offer Valid 10/17-23 Only. May be combined up to 25% OFF
Back to the Future Day
Thursday, October 21
Come dressed like it’s the 80’s and Receive 20 Loyalty Points!
*Offer Valid 10/21 Only
New Patient Discount Card
Visit The Botanist New Jersey for the first time between Sunday 10/3 and Saturday 10/9 and receive 20% OFF your First Purchase! Return for your 2nd and 3rd visit and receive 15% OFF each time!
*Limit 1 per Patient. Must be the first visit at any The Botanist NJ locations. Discounts redeemable at listed location. May be combined with other discounts up to 30% OFF. 15% OFF Discounts Valid through November 30th Only. Punch Card must be present for discount.
Word on the Street
“Friendly staff, very convenient online ordering and pickup is in and out. My fav"
“[The Botanist] organized to protect us and stay open during the pandemic. I know a lot of people don’t think this is a necessity... I as well as others appreciate their efforts for us."
“Kind, knowledgeable, made me feel welcomed. And the flower is the best flower I’ve ever seen in NJ. This is the only place I will spend my hard earned money at. Thank you guys so much!"
The Botanist Loyalty Program
Become part of our loyalty program and grow your love of cannabis.
*Medical Card Holders are automatically signed up at the time of purchase.
Earn 1 point for every $1 spent.
For every 100 points, receive $5 OFF your purchase.
*Points do not expire; no cash value. Patients may opt-out of the program at any time. Points are earned and redeemable at all three The Botanist New Jersey locations.
How do I become a patient in New Jersey?
The first step is receiving a recommendation from your physician. A list of all registered physicians can be…
Where can I review my allotment?
Allotments may be viewed here, by selecting “View Authorization Period” on the left-hand menu.
I have my NJMMP card, and currently visit another ATC. Am I able to visit The Botanist?
Yes! Patients are welcome to visit all ATCs in New Jersey. Please review each dispensary’s operating hours and…
Do I need an appointment to visit The Botanist in New Jersey?
No, patients are welcome to visit our facilities during operating hours on a walk-in basis.
This is my first time visiting a dispensary and I don’t know what products to purchase. Can someone help me?
Of course! Reach out to us at 609-277-7547 and a counselor will happily assist you with the first…
I’m not a NJMMP Patient. Am I able to purchase at your facilities?
Discover + Learn
What are cannabinoids?
Cannabinoids could be a cornerstone of pain relief and healing with cannabis. They are a class of chemical compounds derived from hemp and cannabis that interact directly with the cannabinoid receptors found throughout the endocannabinoid system (“ECS”). The potential benefits of medical marijuana can be attributed to the phenomenon of cannabinoids activating the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the brain and body. When CB1 and CB2 receptors are activated, we have the ability to improve how our body’s different systems and organs function.
Cannabis terpenes: What are terps?
Terpenes or terpenoids are aroma compounds produced in the flower and leaves of the cannabis plant. Understanding cannabis terpenes is key to navigating medical marijuana for beginners; they are as important as cannabinoids when it comes to therapeutic treatment with cannabis.
It’s a widely-held belief that we can no longer just consider the potency of THC and CBD in a strain. The concentration of terpenes has the potential to provide benefits as potency and cannabinoid content.
What are the potential benefits of microdosing cannabis?
Microdosing cannabis may be a beneficial way to achieve a relaxed, yet focused high. Consuming cannabis in smaller doses may help you avoid certain side effects like paranoia, anxiety or intense psychoactivity. Small doses of cannabis may provide a subtle, but profound form of healing and relief.
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