Cannabis has been legal in Canada since 2018. This has led to an influx in use by adults, who according to Statistics Canada, spent $908 million on non-medical cannabis during the first year of legalization. The number of Canadians choosing to shop in-store, rather than online for their cannabis products also continues to grow.
The use of Cannabis continues to grow, and with it comes the need for a great understanding of how it is used and the legal implications.
It seems every company is coming out with its own Cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) products, leaving consumers to wonder what actually is effective and what is simply marketing?
As the cannabis industry continues to expand, there are new and more innovative ways to enjoy the benefits of cannabis. Cannabis extracts and concentrates have higher levels of cannabinoids, the components that affect your mind and body. Each offers a unique experience based on the level of THC and how it is ingested.