Tetrahydrocannabinol. The primary component in cannabis, it has a psychoactive effect. Its concentration in dried cannabis can be less than 1% or as high as 30%.
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Liquid cannabis extract that can be mixed into drinks or flavoured and used as drops under the tongue.
Cannabis Topicals are products such as lotions and oils that have been infused with cannabis extracts and are meant to be applied to the external body surface which includes hair, skin and nails.
From the Greek word “Tríchōma,” meaning “growth of hair,” these mushroom-shaped glands are found on the cannabis plant’s leaves, stems and calyxes. Trichomes secrete resin, where terpenes and cannabinoids such as THC and CBD are produced
Also called a “vape,” this is an accessory used to inhale dried cannabis by gently heating instead of burning it and decarboxylate the product thereby releasing the THC and CBD.
An accessory that breaks up larger pieces of dried cannabis flowers. This helps prepare it for use in pipes, vapourizers, etc.
This is an accessory used to inhale cannabis. Smoke is passed through water to cool it, and into a mouthpiece from which it is inhaled.
A fibre that can be made from male cannabis plants and used to manufacture rope, fabric, paper, food and more.
A cannabis plant that is a genetic cross between two or more strains. A lot of cannabis consumed today is hybrid.
A licensed producer (LP) is an organization licensed by Health Canada to perform activities with cannabis that include cultivation, processing, research and development (R&D) and selling cannabis for medical or non-medical purposes. See the full list of licensed producers in Canada here.