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Frequently Ask Questions

What is cannabis?

Cannabis refers to the cannabis plant that comes in many varieties such as Sativa and Indica. When the flowers of this plant are harvested and dried it’s known as marijuana, pot, weed, and various other names. Known to come from Asia, Cannabis is now grown worldwide becoming heavily popular in North America over the past few centuries.

Will topicals get me high?

No topicals won’t get you high like edibles, smoking, vaping or oils will. In order to get the high feeling from cannabis, it must penetrate the bloodstream and into the brain. Our skin acts as a protective barrier and cannabis can’t be absorbed through it. The same can be said about alcohol, if you pour vodka or a beer on your arm, you wouldn't get drunk or fail a field sobriety test. Cannabis topicals work on the same principle. The cannabinoids collect in our fat cells but get absorbed before they could permeate through our skin into the bloodstream. Because of this you also wouldn’t fail a drug test if you are using topicals.

What is CBD?

CBD or cannabidiol is the main non-psychoactive ingredient in cannabis that is attributed to pain relief or relaxation. CBD will not make you feel high as it reacts with different receptors in the endocannabinoid system than THC which does get you high. Much research is still needed to be done in order to assess the effects of CBD and its reaction to other medications, be cautious and consult your doctor if you’re ever unsure.

What is the shelf life of your products?

Our products have a general shelf life of one year when opened but are formulated to last longer and have no specific expiry date.​

What are cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are the active ingredients that are responsible for the way that marijuana affects people. From euphoria to enhanced enjoyment of flavors, cannabinoids can significantly impact the brain and body through the endocannabinoid system. 

How can I purchase your products?

How can I purchase your products?

Our products can be purchased through various retail chains for consumers, as well as these channels for distributors:

  • The OCS in Ontario

  • The AGLC in Alberta

  • The B.C Cannabis Store in British Columbia

  • The LGCAMB in Manitoba.

  • Cannabis NB in New Brunswick

  • The NLC in Newfoundland and Labrador

  • The SLGA in Saskatchewan

What is CBG?

CBG stands for cannabigerol, which is one of the many cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds that interact with the endocannabinoid system in the human body and have various effects. CBG is formed through the conversion of cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), an acidic precursor, which is then broken down into other cannabinoids like THC, CBD, and others. Because of this, CBG is often referred to as the "mother of all cannabinoids". Some of the potential benefits include anti-inflammatory properties, pain relief, neuroprotective effects, potential anti-cancer properties, and antimicrobial activity.

What are cannabis extracts?

Cannabis extracts are concentrated forms of active compounds found in the cannabis plant. These extracts contain high levels of cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD, which are responsible for the plant's psychoactive and therapeutic effects.

Why topicals?

Topicals are a way to introduce someone to cannabis in a different and effective way to help treat pain, inflammation and soothe muscles. Topicals typically have low adverse effects and are often combined with natural ingredients making them safer and able to help with a variety of concerns.

Can I use these products while pregnant or breastfeeding?

The use of cannabis in any of its forms; edibles, buds, topicals, oils, during pregnancy or breastfeeding is unadvisable. The effects that topicals have on pregnancy is unknown and more research needs to be done.

What is THC?

THC or tetrahydrocannabinol is the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis that is known for imitating the effects of the neurotransmitter called anandamide which is responsible for dulling pain, creating pleasure, and attributed to reducing anxiety and depression. However, those who have a mental illness history whether familial or within themselves should be careful when ingesting THC heavy cannabis products. As it is known to exacerbate the symptoms of mental illnesses in a negative way. Be careful and research what products/ strains are right for you, there are pros and cons to each one.

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