Your photo is most likely in the wrong format. To change the format of your photo from a HEIC to a JPG, follow the directions below.
First, if you’ve transferred some HEIC images from your iPhone to your Photos library, you could simply drag and drop them to your Desktop or any other Mac folder, and they will automatically convert to JPGs.
Second, Photos gives you quite a bit of control over exporting images, so you can simply convert HEIC to JPG files while exporting them and set your exact preferences for quality, color profile, etc:
Select a few HEIC images from your Photos library
Click File ➙ Export ➙ Export Photos in the menu bar
Select all appropriate options for the new JPG images
Once you've verified your age on our homepage, hover over the icon to the right of the "search" button in the top right-hand corner of the webpage. Click "sign up" and fill out the necessary information, check all necessary boxes, and click "Join Airfield" to proceed.
Please note that we are only able to accept JPG, JPEG or PNG formats for images of licenses.
If you are AirDropping an ID image from an iPhone to a Mac computer, default mode often converts your image to a .HEIC format - which we cannot accept. To change your iPhone settings for AirDrop to avoid capturing a .HEIC, follow these steps and then take a new photo of your license:
Click on Camera
Click on Formats
Select "Most Compatible" for Camera Capture
Reshoot image and AirDrop image now as acceptable file format
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the psychoactive component that produces a euphoric high. THC can produce highs that range anywhere from uplifting (Sativa) to relaxing (Indica). THC has medical benefits that can help with Insomnia, Low Appetite, Muscle Spasticity, Nausea and Pain. THC can be consumed in many ways.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive agent that is calming and can help with anxiety, chronic pain and inflammation. CBD gives consumers a feeling of all around relaxation while eliminating physical and mental stresses.
There are two types of THC, Sativa and Indica. Sativa is uplifting, energetic and talkative. Sativa is commonly felt as a head high which makes it great for working through the day or needing a burst of energy. Indica is relaxing, sedative, and euphoric. Indica is commonly felt as a body high which makes it great for pain relief and winding down before bed. Hybrid is a half and half combination of the both of them which will give users a balanced high.
When it comes to pain, Topicals or Edibles will offer the best relief. The most common and recommended option for pain relief is products with a 1:1 CBD:THC ratio. THC that is Indica dominant will directly help with pain and relax the body, CBD uses its anti-inflammatory value to help with the pain as well. If there is a concern about getting high from the THC that is in a product, then a ratio of 8:1 CBD:THC or higher would be recommended, it should have such low amounts of THC to where it won’t produce a high.
When it comes to anxiety, CBD-rich products will work best. Edibles or tinctures will have a longer-lasting effect compared to smoking or vape. A ratio of 8:1 CBD:THC or higher is recommended for anxiety relief.
Many medical patients use RSO or FECO(Full Cannabis Extract Oil) products for severe or chronic illnesses. This product contains THC or CBD which is great for relieving any pain and bringing appetite back. FECO’s have a large number of testimonials saying that it helped reduce the size of the patients' cancer as well as help with the symptoms of chemotherapy, giving consumers back normalcy. To consume, you have to slowly increase your dosage over a 90 day/12 week period. Week one starts with three daily doses about half the size of a grain of rice, letting it completely dissolve in your mouth then swallow. Weeks 2-5 consist of doubling the dosage every 4 days as tolerance improves. Lastly, weeks 5-12 consist of consuming up to 1 gram daily until the 90 day period is complete.
Cannabis is commonly known to make you hungry and that is mostly true. Indica dominant strains will increase your appetite more than Sativa dominant strains. One cannabinoid can help suppress hunger and that is THCV. THCV is considered rare.
Topicals normally contain CBD:THC ratios along the lines of 3:1, 1:1, and 1:3. The 3:1 ratio is CBD forward is great for inflammation, arthritis, and skin conditions. The 1:1 ratio will give users a balanced relief from inflammation and pain. The 1:3 ratio is THC forward will give users targeted pain relief. Topicals with THC will not cause any hallucinogenic effects because it does not get into your bloodstream.
Tinctures are a concentrated, low ingredient option for cannabis users. Tinctures come in many ratios ranging from full THC to full CBD. It is best to hold the oil under your tongue for 30 seconds to get a faster onset of the effects usually within 15 - 45 minutes and should last up to 4 hours.
Sometimes pets need CBD to help with pain, inflammation and anxiety. It is always recommended to start with a 20:1 CBD:THC ratio. The 10:1 CBD:THC ratio is recommended for large dogs only and should be okayed by a veterinarian first.
There are different dosages for edibles, more commonly 5mg or 10mg a piece. It is recommended to eat food with an edible so that it can metabolize throughout your body faster. Beginners normally start at consuming 5mg with food and start feeling the effects after 45 minutes - 2 hours. We recommend waiting until you feel the effects before you consume more because you can always take more edibles but you can’t reverse the effects if you consume too much. As your tolerance builds, you may be able to consume a higher amount of THC or increase your dosage.
CBD can react with some blood pressure, FIbromyalgia, IBS, and Chrons Disease medications making them less effective. It’s recommended that you consult your doctor before consuming CBD if you are on any of these medications.
In order to use most extracts, there are different tools needed. Some may have different pieces such as a glass rig, bong with a nail attachment, or a Puffco that has an automatic heating element. The glass rig and the bong do require a torch to heat up the nail. The tool of choice needs to be heated to around 300-450 degrees Fahrenheit then must cool for around 30-60 seconds before adding the extract. Dabbing requires a long and slow inhale, filling your lungs as much as possible. Once you’ve inhaled as much as you can, you can place a carb cap to preserve the rest of the vapor inside the piece for a hit promptly after you’ve recovered. It is recommended to clean your nail attachment/piece after every use by cleaning with a cotton swab and isopropyl alcohol.
Extract is a cannabis concentrate produced by using a solvent or solvent-less process that is consumed by smoking it. There are many solvent extracts with different consistencies and they are: Wax, Shatter, Live Resin, Budder, Diamonds, Crumble and Sauce. Solvent-less extracts are available in Live Rosins and Water Hash. Most extracts can be dabbed on a rig except for some hash. Most hash is considered a half melt and will have trace amounts of plant material that is not good for dab rigs but great for adding to flower.
Vapes are an easy, compact, and convenient way to smoke. A vape cartridge needs a vape battery in order to work. It is best to store your cartridges at room temperature, upright, and off of the battery. Do not leave cartridges in direct sunlight or in your car, they are very sensitive to heat and can become unusable. The recommended dosage for vapes is a 5-second drag/pull, it is also best to wait at least 30 seconds before hitting the vape pen again. Taking long drags and hitting the pen back to back can overheat the vape oil and make it taste bad. To extend the life of your battery and prevent clogs or breakage to your vape cartridges it is best to clean the connecting area with a q-tip that has a little bit of rubbing alcohol on it (make sure that the area is dry before reconnecting a cartridge).
We offer a First Time Flyer Boarding pass that allows each new customer to redeem one item from a select menu for just $1. On top of that, our Referral Program offers $10 off both transactions over $50 when a returning guest brings in a first-time flyer. Purchase necessary for the redemption of the boarding pass. Limit one item from the special menu per customer. Both the returning guest and the new guest must spend at least $50 subtotal to be eligible for the referral discount.
Deliveries are scheduled in two-hour windows starting at 8 am ending at 9 pm (or earlier depending on your delivery location). When placing a delivery, be sure to choose a two-hour time frame that you can be physically present to receive your delivery.
We are currently experiencing a disruption with our SMS service and are not able to send Stronghold pre-pay links manually. Please be prepared with another form of payment for the time being. Our new pin-activated debit readers in-store are not currently accepting touch-to-pay cards.
Yes, we have two ATMs available for use in-store. One ATM is located to the right of the front desk when you enter the dispensary and the other is on the retail floor. Both ATMs dispense in $20 bills and have a $2.50 fee.
Stronghold Pay only accepts certain banks such as Wells Fargo, Chase, Bank of America, Capital One, Redwood Credit Union, U.S. Bank, Citi, TD Bank, Chime, Educational Employees Credit Union (EECU), Bank of the West BNP, Navy Federal Credit Union, Schools First FCU, Golden 1 Credit Union, USAA, Union Bank and PNC.
Stronghold Pay is temporarily unavailable as a payment option at this time. Due to ongoing troubles with our ability to send text messages to our customers, not everyone is able to receive aStronghold Pay text. Call our e-budtenders at (408) 320-0230 and they will work to find a solution with you.
On Weedmaps/Leafly, the prices listed are pre-tax. Therefore you are getting the same discount advertised on Weedmaps/Leafly, but your purchase price will include all three required taxes once it is confirmed by our own website.
Yes, sign up for our email subscription to be notified first about upcoming discounts and specials. Refer to the dynamic calendar on our Specials page to see upcoming specials and discount opportunities.
Though you don’t see the discount on the website, when you place your order the system will pull from your account and apply the discount. The prices you see on the website are an estimate, therefore after you place your order, you will receive a text letting you know your actual total.
No. Santa Clara county does not recognize medical cannabis patients under the age of 21, so we can not offer any form of shopping to patients under 21. Surrounding counties that recognize patients under 21 with a medical recommendation are San Francisco, Alameda, and Santa Cruz.
Yes. If you are a legal caregiver to the person you are purchasing for, you can bring your and the patient's ID along with a doctor's letter stating both their medical need for cannabis and you as their caregiver.
If you and your patient do not have a doctor's recommendation, we can send a form via email for the patient to fill out stating that it is medically necessary for you to purchase for them. You can print the completed form and bring it with both your and your patient's ID.
No, if you have only a medical recommendation from a doctor you are not eligible for any discounts or tax exemptions, however you do have access to medical purchase limits which extends the amount of flower you can buy.
Yes, if you have the state medical card from the Santa Clara County Health department you do not have to pay the 9.25% sales tax. You are still responsible for the California Excise tax and the San Jose City Business tax. Please show this card to the front desk at your first check-in to have the exemption added to your account.
In order to apply for the Medical Marijuana Identification Card, you must provide written documentation from a licensed physician verifying that medical marijuana is needed to treat your medical condition, proof of residency, a government-issued photo identification, and a non-refundable fee payment to the Santa Clara County Public Health Department.
All sales are final, however, we offer either exchanges or refunds for defective items or products that were expired at the time of purchase only. Returns and exchanges are given at the discretion of the Manager on Duty.
In California, the legal limit for recreational cultivation is 6 clones per household. However, not all cities or counties in California allow recreational cultivation at a residence, so we suggest checking your county's specifications before purchasing.
Our clones are kept under 24-hour artificial light to keep them in a vegetative state while they wait to be purchased. If the intended growth environment is outdoors, it is important to incrementally build up the amount of natural sunlight the young plant gets each day.
Begin with an hour or so of morning sun and increase the time by about half an hour each day over the course of a couple of weeks. This process is called "hardening off". Do not put your plant in full sun during peak hours during this hardening off period, this can lead to burns and stress on the plant. You can supplement with artificial light for the first couple of weeks to continue growth.
Our clones are kept under 24-hour artificial light to keep them in a vegetative state while they wait to be purchased. If the intended growth environment is indoors, it is important to use proper horticulture lighting to achieve results.
18 hours or more (up to 24 hours) of light each day is necessary for them to grow as big as possible. This is called the vegetative state where they are growing the most.
When you feel your plant is ready to produce, switch the light cycle to 12 hours of light and 12 hours of complete darkness. Using a lighting timer will help keep the plants on a consistent schedule. Altering the light cycle will create stress and undesirable growth including (but not limited to) seeds and fluffy/airy bud structure.
The size of your container will determine the health and growth rate of your clone. Controlling the container size will aid in keeping your plant properly watered. Begin with a small 4" pot, and as the plant grows you can gradually step up the size to a one-gallon container, then a three-gallon container, and then finally either into the ground or into your final container.
Root growth is important for young plants to establish quickly. To promote the fastest root growth, do not overwater your clone. Roots need to stretch for water.
You can test the water content of your container by poking your finger into one of the bottom drain holes. If there is moisture, wait until it is almost dry before watering again. Water only until a small drip starts to come out of the bottom, and then stop.
If the clone is transplanted into fully balanced soil, feeding will not be necessary for 3-4 weeks. This time frame applies to each stage of transplant along the way. Once the clone has reached its final container size, it will require a feed approximately every third watering. The best nutrients vary depending on your desired outcome and location. Your local hydroponics shop will have specified advice on which nutrients will work best for your specific needs.