Our Dispensary Offers a Wide Range of Cannabis Topicals

Cannabis topicals are infused with cannabis extracts and are meant to be applied to the external body surface – including hair, skin and nails. Unlike traditional methods of cannabis consumption like smoking or ingesting, the effects of topicals are typically localized, meaning they primarily impact the area to which they are applied.

Cannabis topicals come in various forms, including creams, balms, lotions, oils, and even transdermal patches.

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These products are non-psychoactive, and are applied directly to the skin

Cannabis topicals offer a non-invasive and discreet way to experience the benefits of cannabis in a highly targeted manner. Each product is meticulously formulated to ensure that the cannabis extracts are readily absorbed through the skin, allowing for efficient delivery of cannabinoids like CBD (cannabidiol) and, in some cases, THC  (tetrahydrocannabinol) to the target area.


Crafting Cannabis Topicals in Canada: Quality, Care, and Expertise

In Canada, creating cannabis topicals is a bit like crafting a unique recipe. Skilled producers combine cannabis concentrates or infusions to a carefully curated blend that is thoroughly mixed to create a product that can be easily applied to your skin. It’s a process that combines science and creativity to ensure that you get a safe and effective product. What’s more, there are strict regulations and quality standards in place to make certain that these topicals meet the highest quality and safety requirements. So, when you use cannabis topicals in Canada, you can trust that you’re using a product that has been crafted with expertise and dedication to provide you with a top-notch experience.

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Cannabis topicals are absorbed into the skin but not the bloodstream resulting in a localized effect with no euphoria.

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Balms, lotions and creams are used for a variety of reasons. Make sure to ask your guide about intended use and in-store availability.

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Frequently Asked Questions Cannabis Topicals

Cannabis topicals are products infused with cannabis extracts, such as THC or CBD, designed for topical application to the skin. They come in various forms, including creams, lotions, balms, and oils.

When applied to the skin, cannabis topicals interact with the body's endocannabinoid system. However, they do not produce psychoactive effects because they are not absorbed into the bloodstream.

Yes, cannabis topicals are legal in Ontario for adults aged 19 years and older. They can be purchased from authorized retailers like your store or the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) website.

No, cannabis topicals are designed to be non-psychoactive. They are formulated to provide localized relief without causing intoxication.

Apply a small amount of the topical to the affected area and gently massage it into the skin. Follow the product's instructions for best results.

Cannabis topicals are safe for most parts of the body, but it's essential to follow the product's instructions and consider the specific area you want to treat. Avoid applying them near mucous membranes, like the eyes, nose, or genitals, and be cautious with sensitive or broken skin. Always start with a small amount and monitor for any adverse reactions.

The onset of effects varies from person to person but is typically faster than edibles. You may feel relief within minutes to an hour after application.

While cannabis topicals are generally well-tolerated, some individuals may experience skin irritation. It's essential to do a patch test before using a new product. Also, avoid using them on open wounds or broken skin.

It's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before using cannabis products, including topicals, during pregnancy or while breastfeeding.

Since topicals are non-psychoactive and do not enter the bloodstream, they should not impair your ability to drive or operate machinery.

Yes, cannabis topicals have an expiration date, which can usually be found on the packaging. It's essential to check this date and use the product before it expires.

Yes, you can generally travel with cannabis topicals within Canada, but it's essential to be aware of the legal possession limits set by each province.