Cannabis Product

Cannabis Extracts

Cannabis concentrates capture the elements produced naturally by the cannabis plant and present them in a purified form without the excess plant material and impurities.  

These products have a greater concentration of THC when compared to dried flower.  

cannabis extracts

Cannabis concentrates come in a variety of formats and can be found in hundreds of products from capsules, creams, vapes and even edibles.

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Churchill Plaza

Our flagship store is a 2800 sqt store front featuring a gas fire place, timber frame facade and natural rock features.

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695 Pine St

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

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Cannabis Flower

Exploring Cannabis Concentrates

Cannabis Extracts

Extracts involve the use of an extraction medium such as CO2 to remove the cannabinoids and terpenes from the cannabis material. Typical examples of extracts are: hash,thc oil, wax, shatter, and distillate

Other Concentrates

Other concentrates involve physical or mechanical means in order to create a product of higher purity. Rosin, hash, dry sift and kief are examples of concentrates that do not fall under the category of extract.

Cannabis Laws

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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Cannabis Technology

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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