The most important thing to understand about THC vs CDB is that THC can get you high while CBD cannot. THC has psychoactive properties that affect your brain and give you a ‘buzz’ while CBD does not.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is the principal psychoactive constituent (or cannabinoid) of the cannabis plant. It’s properties leave the user with an altered state of mind and the feeling commonly referred to as being ‘high.’
Cannabidiol (CBD), is a cannabis compound that can offer significant medical benefits, but does not make people feel ‘high.’ The fact that CBD-rich cannabis doesn’t get one high makes it appealing to medical cannabis users rather than recreational cannabis users.
Simply put, THC is for recreational users looking for some sort of a ‘buzz’, while CBD is for medical patients and does not give the user any sort of mind altering experience.
Smoking – burning dried cannabis flowers or extracts and inhaling through a pipe, bong, or joint.
Vaporizing – heating cannabis without burning the cannabinoids, usually done through an electronic vaporizer, and inhaling.
Ingestion – consuming edible cannabis or cannabis oils.
Everybody’s experience with cannabis is different and depends on the individual strain, method of consumption and personal factors. Always start low and slow.
Cannabis experiences always vary between users. We never recommend working, driving, or doing any other activity that required your focus or attention after consuming cannabis.
Store all products in child-resistant containers and in a safe place out of reach. It is your responsibility to keep your cannabis out of the hands of anyone under nineteen years old.
Terpenes are aromatic metabolites found in the oils of all plants. In the most simplest terms, they are the part of the cannabis plant that gives cannabis its fragrant odour. Terpenes are secreted from the cannabis flower’s resin glands in the form of an oily, fragrance-laced substance. Research has shown that terpenes can not only influence the flavour and smell of buds, but can also change the intensity and duration of effects on users.
To cannabis users, terpenes can act as guides to discovering which cannabis strains they are most likely to benefit from and enjoy. Some would say that terpenes are to cannabis like tasting ‘notes’ are to wine.
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It is legal to travel with cannabis within Canada, as long as the jurisdiction’s laws are upheld. It is illegal to take cannabis across the Canadian border into most countries.
You need to be 19 years of age to legally purchase Cannabis in Ontario.
You can legally grow up to four cannabis plants per household.
You can legally buy and carry up to 30 grams of cannabis.