We are the Nunavut Online Dispensary for Mail Order Marijuana

Looking for a safe, secure online dispensary Nunavut as a quick way to buy weed online in Nunavut? Well, you’ve found the best online dispensary in Canada to buy quality products from, including Indica weed, Sativa weed, Hybrid weed, Marijuana Edibles, CBD Oils, Vaporizers, Budder, Shatter, and so much more!

HighClub is a mail order marijuana service that allows Canadians to buy medical marijuana online in Nunavut and receive it in only 1-3 business days using Canada Post XpressPost shipping.

After you’ve selected the cannabis products you’d like to purchase, you simply go to your cart, checkout, and you’ll receive your Order Receipt by email with instructions on how send payment via Interac E-Transfer.

HighClub.org is simply the safest and most secure way to purchase weed online in Nunavut, including in: 

  • Iqaluit
  • Rankin Inlet
  • Arviat
  • Baker Lake
  • Cambridge Bay
  • Igloolik
  • Pond Inlet
  • Kugluktuk
  • Pangnirtung
  • and Anywhere Else In Nunavut!

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Latest Marijuana News in Canada & Marijuana-Related Articles

A Guide to Marijuana Edibles. What You Need to Know.

Cannabis as an Ingredient for Food Now that cannabis is legal in Canada, more people are consuming in a variety of ways, and not all of them like smoking the flowers or vaping the concentrates. Many prefer a tasty alternative–cannabis edibles. The range of edible options is steadily growing. Cannabis has even found its way into gourmet cuisine made by professional chefs. If a food item has been infused with cannabis, THC, CBD, or cannabidiol, it is cannabis or marijuana edible. It is always best to be informed and knows about the potency, taste, and other aspects of the edible before you partake. Always ask for advice from those providing the product. There are many processes and recipes for edibles, but like anyone who takes cooking and recipes seriously, a delicious result is always the goal. The connection between...

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Top 5 AAAA Strains in Canada

The legalization of marijuana and the advent and advancement of the Internet have made purchasing cannabis in Canada easier than ever. Online dispensaries such as HighClub boast an impressive inventory, including virtually every means of marijuana consumption on the market today. Certainly, some buyers can even get overwhelmed by the sheer variety of edibles, tinctures, and concentrates available to them, and many users are more than content sticking to what they know by purchasing the buds themselves. With the widespread federal legalization of the plant, the quality of the products has increased exponentially in the last few decades. HighClub strives to carry a large spread of different strains for everyone from the budget-conscious to the marijuana connoisseur. If you fall in the latter category, check out these top 5 AAAA strains in Canada. Bruce Banner Bruce Banner,...

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stop opioids with cannabis

Access to Marijuana reduces Opioid Prescriptions

Marijuana to mitigate opioid misuse Marijuana could be a formidable solution to the opiate crisis sweeping across the US and Canada, but its use, according to medical experts, could be counterintuitive. Most wonder why a drug should replace another drug, while others are quick to point out the dangers and side effects of marijuana, including dependency and addiction. As such, any talk of marijuana replacing opioids is seen as divisive. At the same time, some people are excited by the new possibilities that marijuana brings to the tabled. This is the group that awaits marijuana research with bated breath. They advocate for the use of marijuana to treat chronic pain. There is some common ground As much as the use of medical marijuana to manage pain is divisive, opponents and proponents of the drug all agree that there’s a...

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No, CBD isn’t right for everyone: CBD myths Canadians need to know

Cannabidiol, simply known as CBD, is one of the most popular compounds found in cannabis. Given its famed medicinal qualities, cannabis researchers, experts, and consumers have every reason to celebrate this non-psychoactive compound that is more beneficial than harmful to the human body. There are a few more reasons as to why the compound is getting increasingly trendy, as more researchers swing to action as they examine its benefits. For some people, CBD is a miracle, while for others, it's nothing short of life-changing. Everywhere you look, most people are full of praise for this compound, famed for its anti-inflammatory and seizure-reducing qualities. What most people do not know is that CBD can also be harmful to some people. Before you buy into the CBD craze, put down that CBD-infused beverage and read this. Myth: CBD is the only...

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Airline advises passengers to flush stash upon unexpected US landing

Cannabis is legal in Canada, but there’s a clause that prohibits Canadians from leaving the country’s borders with a stash of weed. Picture this: You’re travelling from Toronto to Vancouver with a stash of weed to contain your medical condition, or for recreation. But a problem crops up in the skies; the plane you’re travelling in hits headwinds and is diverted to the nearest airport, which happens to be in the US. There’s no doubt that you’ll have to wait for long, so you need to disembark and check into customs. What do you do with your stash, considering that Canadians aren’t legally allowed to cross their borders while in possession of cannabis? Believe it or not, this scenario played out recently in Air Canada’s flight AC125, en-route to Vancouver, from Toronto. Due to a mechanical hitch, the...

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Cannabis as a replacement for pain medications

As cannabis gains widespread adoption following its legalization in Canada, edibles and extracts are emerging as some of the most cannabis products in the market. Researchers are now linking cannabis use with the use of other substances such as painkillers. The Canadian Cannabis study of 2019 polled over 5000 Canadians across Canada. The study found that 28% of the participants were less likely to take other medications for pain as long as they were consuming cannabis. Only 4% of the participants said they would use other pain medications. Of the participants, 19% said that they were not likely to consume alcohol as long as they were consuming cannabis. 7% of the participants said they were more likely to use alcohol alongside cannabis. The study was conducted by Canadian firm Vividata. Rahul Sethi, the director of Vividata,...

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