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First-Time Cannabis Vaper? Here are Some Things You Need to Remember

For first-timers, vaping can be the ideal way to consume cannabis and is perceived as one of the safest ways to get high. With edibles, it takes some time for the effect to kick in, increasing the risk of overdose.There is, however, one downside to vaping: the steep learning curve. If you’re looking to pick up your first vaporizer, here’s...

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Are Canadians Smoking Their Weed? 5 Other Ways to Consume Cannabis

Cannabis can be consumed in several ways. While smoking remains to be the most popular method, research and surveys regarding the health effects and potency of other consumption methods have opened up a wealth of possibilities.Choosing the method that suits you depends on your relationship with marijuana (a beginner or experienced consumer) and the kind of effects you desire...

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Can Cannabis Help You Quit Smoking Cigarettes?

New research suggests that CBD — an active ingredient of cannabis — could help chain smokers kick the tobacco habit.Most people are more familiar with THC, or the compound in marijuana that makes you high. But CDB is the less famous, non-intoxicating cousin that has shown promise in treating pain, anxiety, and epilepsy.Our medicinal-grade Indica strains contain CBD and are an...

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Cannabis for Epilepsy: What’s True and What’s Not?

Many studies are dedicated to the medical benefits of cannabis, and one of the most scrutinised illnesses is epilepsy. The uncontrollable movements, seizures, loss of consciousness and other severe symptoms prevent patients from living life to the fullest. Many turn to cannabis because it is known to alleviate these symptoms.There are many misconceptions about the use of cannabis for...

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Canadian Cannabis Craze: How the Country Nearly Ran Out of Marijuana on the First Day of Legalization

A few weeks after the recreational use of cannabis became legal in Canada, retailers across the country began experiencing a shortage of marijuana.On October 17th, the first day of cannabis legalization, Canadians flocked to both brick-and-mortar stores and online shops to legally purchase marijuana. Some even queued up for hours in lines that wrapped around sidewalks and streets. The...

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A Newbie’s Definite Guide to Cannabis

Cannabis has been around and cultivated for thousands of years, yet there is still confusion about which types do what. You may wonder why some people have different experiences with cannabis, which can either be a complete relaxation of the entire body or simply a mentally stimulating and uplifting sensation.Each of the two types of cannabis, namely indica and...

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New to Cannabis? Try These Beginner-friendly Strains

Since Canada legalized marijuana, more people have discovered its recreational and health benefits. Marijuana consumption has gone up so much so that dispensaries across the country burned through most of their supplies just five days after the law went into effect.If you’ve never smoked but want to join Canada’s “cannabis craze,” then, we welcome you. Just make sure to...

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Cannabis For Your Fur Babies: How It Can Help

Come October 17th, cannabis will be legal in Canada and citizens will be able to consume the drug recreationally without criminal penalties. As cannabis legalization draws near, veterinarians in the country have begun to explore the idea of administering the drug to pets.Cannabis, also known as marijuana, pot, weed, and other slang names, has been administered to people with...

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Cannabis Legalization in Canada: A Comprehensive Look at Each Province’s Marijuana Rules

On October 17, the recreational use of cannabis will be legal in Canada. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed this news last June. Canada will now be one of the growing number of countries that allow marijuana use, recreational, medical, or otherwise.Nationwide, adults will be allowed to carry 30 grams of cannabis such as Indica or Sativa strains as long as they're 19...

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