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Cannabis is personal. Chill, sleek or swank, there are many forms to help you match your vibe and tailor your experience. Now, there are even more ways to find that perfect cannabis fit. Meet your new possibilities.

Extract Vapes

Extract vaping uses cannabis resin-based extracts rather than dried flower, in smaller, specialized vape pens. These sleek, portable and discrete pens use an atomizer to heat the cannabis extract inside a portable cartridge rather than a dry herb chamber, upping the cool factor.

These vapes provide a very potent delivery of cannabinoids and the effects may be felt in just seconds and could last for up to 6 hours*. Vapour from an extract is purer than smoke from combusted flower, and most vape pens are made with cannabis distillate (which can reach 96% cannabinoid purity). That means a lot of power in a small package, so proceed with caution.

*some effects may last up to 24 hours.

Extracts

Purer and more potent than dried flower

Fast onset: Just seconds

Duration: Up to 6 hours

THC limit: 1000 mg per package

Packaging lists equivalency to dried cannabis to help you stay within the carry limit (30 g)

Pens

Consists of an atomizer cartridge filled with cannabis oil or distillate plus a battery

Heats the oil/extract in the cartridge, not a chamber

Sold as stand-alone cartridge with a battery OR an easy, all-in-one pen

Accessible wherever cannabis is legally sold

Likely available beginning late 2019

Extract vaping combines convenience and power with swanky design for a premium experience. The power of extracts should not be underestimated, though. Don’t forget to start low and go slow.

Edibles

“Edibles” are food items infused with cannabis oil or distillate. As you can imagine, the possible combinations are endless. Legal edibles must clearly display the amount of THC and CBD in each product, and they must be manufactured with market consistency and quality in mind.

Generally, edibles take a while to kick in, but they have a strong effect that really lasts. Expect more of a body high, but less than a full-spectrum experience, as cooking and baking can destroy the terpene profile.

It’s hard to compare edibles to dried flower or vaping, and the experience can be vastly different. Start low and go slow until you get a sense of how your body reacts.

What to Know

Stronger effect and more potent than dried flower

Slower onset: 30-90 min

Long duration: 12-24 hours

THC limit: 10 mg per package

Metabolized by your liver

Accessible wherever cannabis is legally sold

Likely available beginning late 2019

Packaging lists equivalency to dried cannabis to help you stay within the carry limit (30 g)

Consuming edibles requires some planning. Settle in for a longer high and be prepared, so that you never drive impaired.

Beverages

Cannabis-infused beverages are an easy, refreshing way to consume your herb. We all know how to drink liquids, so the complexity factor is nil. Making these cannabis bevvies involves infusing drinks with cannabis distillate, an amber-hued and extremely viscous extract made up of up to 96% cannabinoids. THC and CBD concentrations depend on the original source used.

Beverages infused with cannabis distillate often have 2 mg of cannabinoids per serving and can contain no more than 10 mg of THC per package. The effects come on after about 30 min and can last up to 12 hours.

Making a tasty cannabis beverage can be a tough process, though. Most drinks are low in fat, and cannabinoids have, up until recently, needed fatty ingredients to dissolve well. Legal beverage makers use sophisticated emulsification technology to give these drinks the right flavour and feel, while preserving the cannabis effect.

What to Know

Stronger effect and more potent than dried flower

Medium onset: 30-90 min

Long duration: up to 12 hours

THC limit: 10 mg per package

Accessible wherever cannabis is legally sold

Likely available beginning late 2019

Packaging lists equivalency to dried cannabis to help you stay within the carry limit (30 g)

Non-alcoholic and not currently for sale at liquor stores

Just like edible products, cannabis beverages are ingested, and every person reacts a bit differently. Start low, and sip slow.

Now that extract vapes, edibles or beverages are legally available, these new forms can help you tailor your experience to your specific taste and preference. Explore and enjoy!

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