We cover the most common carrying oils found in medical cannabis in Canada, some have their own benefits and some are better for certain ailments, let's jump into the main differences.
I bet you’re hearing more about cannabis in Canada lately. Why are we paying attention now? New research over the past few years have shown the numerous benefits to taking cannabis for medicinal purposes.
With legalization approaching in October 2018, many medicinal patients are wondering if they should remain a patient, or try their luck exploring recreational cannabis.
With Remembrance Day this weekend, we thought it would be prudent to shed some light on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and how cannabis can be used to treat the symptoms associated with it.
Medical cannabis has been legal in Canada for over a decade, but the revised and newly enforced Cannabis Act on October 17, 2018, has brought even more towards the widening community of cannabis users.
Depending on where you live in Canada, you might find yourself in a bit of a cannabis-twilight zone. On the medical side, you have the choice to medicate with oil (tincture) products and cannabis flower (dried)...