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What are the different ways to consume cannabis?


Good flower is rich in aroma. It may even feel sticky – this is just the resin containing THC, CBD, and terpenes.

Combusting flower is the most common consumption method in Canada. Joints and pipes are the most popular way to smoke flower.

The effects are generally felt within 5 minutes of consuming. 


Many newcomers to cannabis choose to explore through edibles, which contain specific doses of THC and CBD. It’s a nice way to track your consumption to note its effects.

Edibles include gummies, chocolates, cookies, brownies, and beverages.

Edibles can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours to kick in, so start low and slow. Wait before reaching for another half brownie – no matter how delicious it may be. 

Oils & Tinctures

Cannabis oils are growing in popularity, concentrates containing precise doses of THC and/or CBD are added to a carrier oil, like MCT oil. They can be taken sublingually (under the tongue) or added to food and drink.

Sublingually will give you stronger effects because it offers direct access to your blood stream.  Use a dropper to apply under your tongue, then gently rub it in with your finger. Wait a minute before swallowing. You’ll typically feel the effects within 30 minutes.


Cannabis capsules are soft gel capsules that contain cannabis extract. They’re available in THC, CBD, and balanced varieties.

They can take between 30 minutes to 2 hours to kick in.


Cannabis topicals include oils, salves, lotions, and balms absorbed through the skin.

They can contain both CBD and THC and tend to be used to treat pain and inflammation.

They can take 20-45 minutes for the relief to set in.


Concentrates are just that – cannabis in its most concentrated form.  Licensed producers extract the sticky resin in the flower that contains THC, CBD, and terpenes. It can be extracted manually or mechanically. Concentrates are highly potent, and their effects are felt nearly instantly.

Hash, shatter, wax and dabbable oils are examples of cannabis concentrates. We only recommend concentrates to experienced cannabis users.  Even still, we recommend starting low and slow.