We created TerpGuide because as cannabis connoisseurs and individuals who work in the industry, we became frustrated with the untrustworthy experiences trying to find great new products on existing websites. They rarely offered any information that seemed reliable to us when product quality is anyone’s and everyone’s guess. It’s our goal to help you find better cannabis options by offering up real information on only things we think are actually worth your money. Everything you see on TerpGuide has been smoked, dabbed, vaped, or eaten by our team.
TerpGuide exists to empower consumers so that anyone can find the best hash, flower, edibles, vapes, and accessories.
At TerpGuide, we only review products that are worth your time. Just like anything that’s consumed, the qualities of cannabis can be very subjective. That’s why instead of overly complicated grading systems, we objectively evaluate each product’s main qualities and have three tiers so you can decide whether or not it’s something you’d want to try.
No, all of the reviews we post are organic and are based on our team’s opinions exclusively. We partner with dispensaries and plant touching brands of all kinds who provide products for us to review, but nothing we cover is pay-to-play. This is critical for us to maintain the integrity and impartiality of our process to give our audience the best possible information.
Answer: No, we do not post negative reviews of products, only positive ones of selections our team feels is truly worth of your time and money. TerpGuide is run by a small team of passionate cannabis enthusiasts who want to focus only on covering great cannabinoid-based products objectively. We do receive products that do not meet our minimum Approved criteria, which do not get coverage. If you’d like to learn more about our rating criteria, check out our blog on that very topic here.
Due to the cost and irregularity of terpene test results, many brands nowadays elect not to do them. It's unfortunate that this is the case very frequently and one that is deeply important to us as a company. TerpGuide’s reviews will always report all available testing data on a given product, which is usually just cannabinoid information in our experience. We do our best to use our senses to tease out what terpenes could be present when they are not tested for, but try not to speculate too aggressively in order to not accidentally mislead our readers.