Come Say High

Toronto: 647-640-BUZZ
Chatham: 226-296-0284

Send Us a Message

Contact our team at any time should you have questions regarding orders, locations, or just to say high. 

general@plutoplants.ca

Operating Hours

Monday to Saturday 10am – 10pm
Sunday 10am – 7pm

Frequently Asked Questions

If you choose same-day or express delivery at checkout, you will need to be home to receive your order and provide valid government-issued photo ID which proves you are 19 years of age or older.

In response to COVID-19, Canada Post has temporarily changed its delivery method and may take longer than usual to deliver. They will not be delivering Pluto Plants orders to your door. Instead, Canada Post will leave a notice card directing you to a nearby Canada Post Office where you can pick up your order. To retrieve your order, you will need to show valid government issued photo ID to prove that you are 19 years of age or older and you reside at the shipping address of the order.

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Yes. If you choose same-day or express delivery at checkout, you will need to show valid government-issued photo ID which proves you are 19 years of age or older to the delivery driver.

In response to COVID-19, Canada Post has temporarily changed its delivery method and may take longer than usual to deliver. They will not be delivering OCS orders to your door. Instead, Canada Post will leave a notice card directing you to a nearby Canada Post Office where you can pick up your order. To retrieve your order, you will need to show valid government issued photo ID to prove that you are 19 years of age or older and you reside at the shipping address of the order.

“Hemp” and “cannabis” are terms for the same species of plant, cannabis sativa. While the two have a similar appearance, the term “hemp” is used to classify cannabis plants that contain no more than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). As with cannabis, Health Canada regulates hemp production and controls the type of hemp strains that producers are allowed to grow. Health Canada reports that because these strains contain so little THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid in cannabis, they cannot produce the “intoxicating effect” typically associated with cannabis use.

In short, no. The molecule remains the same, regardless of which type of plant it comes from.

Regulations prohibit claims which reference special dietary requirements such as vegan or vegetarian. However, indicating possible allergens, gluten, or sulphites is a mandatory labelling requirement for all edible products. See nutritional label for a full list of ingredients.

To help protect others, especially children or youth, Health Canada suggests that you make cannabis unfit for consumption prior to disposing it. One method of disposing cannabis is to blend the cannabis with water and mix it with cat litter, to mask the odour, and then place it in your regular household garbage.

Inhaling smoke of any kind can lead to lung damage and respiratory problems. Certain smoking practices such as deep-inhalation or holding one’s breath increases these risks. It is known that cannabis smoke contains chemicals and tar that are similar to tobacco smoke.

There is limited evidence that suggests cannabis use is likely to precede the use of other legal and illicit substances and the development of addiction to other substances. The majority of people who consume cannabis do not go on to use other harder substances, such as stimulants or opioids.