Cannabis Product

Dried Flower

Pungent, sticky and aromatic, cannabis dried flower refers to the buds or flowers of the cannabis plant. The “flower” or “buds” are covered in small hair-like trichomes that contain high concentrations of cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids. 

The flowers are dried and cured to increase quality and shelf life. When ingested they can cause the psychoactive effects typically associated with cannabis. 

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Cannabis dried flower can be smoked, vaped, or used for extraction to create your favourite concentrates and edibles.

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Our newest store addition is a 800 sqft store front featuring our signature rustic style design.

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Cannabis Flower

Exploring Cannabis Flower.

Indica Cannabis

A species of cannabis that originates from South America, the Caribbean and Africa. The plants are normally taller and more slender than Cannabis indica.

Sativa Cannabis

A species of cannabis that originates from the Hindu Kush mountain range within Afghanistan and Pakistan. The plants are normally bushier than Cannabis sativa.

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Cannabis Legalization 2.0

In the first year, legal retailers were permitted to sell dried flower, as well as CBD oils and sprays. One year later, Canada amended its cannabis regulations, allowing for the legal sale of edibles, extracts, topicals, and vapes. Since then, the legal market has flourished, allowing for better safety and regulation when it comes to different types of cannabis products.

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Canadas Cannabis Industry Continues to Bloom

Cannabis has been legal in Canada for just over two years now. For the first time in our country’s history it is available for public consumption, taxed, and regulated by the government. In a previous post, we talked about the long road to legalization, and here we’ll talk about the retail boom that followed.

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