CBD is a non-psychoactive compound. That means it doesn’t produce the “high” associated with THC. CBD is found mostly in extractions from the hemp plant. It’s sold in gels, gummies, oils, supplements, extracts, and more. CBD binds very weakly, if at all, to CB1 receptors in the brain.
THC is the main psychoactive compound in marijuana that gives the “high” sensation. It can be consumed by smoking marijuana. It’s also available in oils, edibles, tinctures, capsules, and more. THC binds with the cannabinoid 1 (CB1) receptors in the brain.
The strains, the way you choose to consume the product, and your own unique individuality will make a difference in your cannabis experience and the effects it produces for you. The effects can range from relaxing or calming to uplifting and invigorating. Mood can also affect how you enjoy your cannabis product and the resulting effects.
Typically cannabis features notes of pine, citrus, fruit, and spice scents. Cannabis can be aged to produce more distinct aromas. If you’re attempting to discern the aromas of different strains, start with the one with the lowest amount of THC, so you won’t be overwhelmed. Essentially, what you smell from your cannabis depends on storage, personal preferences, sense of smell, and mood.
Many factors affect the cannabis density. Lighting, lighting colour, temperature, humidity, nutrition and watering all play a role. Producing dense, resin covered buds is a cannabis producer’s ultimate goal. Indicas are compact and stocky, with dense, heavy buds. Sativa buds tend grow larger than Indica, but, they will usually weigh less than Indica when dry, due to their lower density.
Chlorophyll represents about 70% of the pigments in plants. It is the reason why the plant is predominantly green. We usually associate cannabis with being only green, but in reality, strains such as Critical Kush, Grape Ape, Panama Red, and Serious Six consist of many colours including pink, purple, blue, red, and orange. Darker colour for Indica, and lighter green for Sativa, is a rule of thumb.
There are currently two main inhalation methods: smoking and vaporization. The ancient method of inhaling cannabis product is the one most commonly associated with experiencing the product. Fortunately, cannabis smokers have a wide array of devices available to them.
Unprocessed, cannabis oils contain the same active ingredients as the plants. In commercially-produced oils, the concentrations of CBD and THC tend to be well-controlled, making it easy to calculate doses. Oils can be taken orally, added to tinctures, used in baked goods or added to topicals.
Concentrates are products made from the plant that have been processed to keep only the most desirable plant compounds (primarily the cannabinoids and terpenes). Ounce for ounce, cannabis concentrates have a greater proportion of cannabinoids and terpenes when compared to natural cannabis flowers.
Also known as hashish, it's made by eliminating plant material and collecting the trichomes from the flower tops of female plants. The THC content varies from 20 to 60%. Traditionally, hash has been consumed orally, either as a solid or infused into a beverage. Some hashish has the ability to be melted by vaporizing on a hot surface. This is known as "dabbing."
Rosin refers to an extraction process that utilizes a combination of heat and pressure to squeeze resinous sap from the original material. With cannabis, this is incredibly versatile in that it can either be used with flowers or to clean up hash into a full-melt hash oil. This process does not use solvents unlike "shatter."
“Shatter” is usually made by using butane as the solvent, and its more technical name is Butane Hash Oil, or BHO, for short. Another popular type of solvent extract is CO2 oil, used in most vape pen cartridges. In the case of cannabis concentrates, other types of solvents, like alcohol or propane can be used to extract cannabinoids.
It’s the purest cannabis concentrate available. Distilled cannabis has the highest THC content of any available concentrate. Not only do distillates’ high THC content level require small doses to experience its effects, its nose-discreet characteristics, as in being odourless, makes it ideal to consume publicly.
You can be a citizen of any country or province to purchase cannabis, but you must be of legal age in that respective province. Ontario’s legal age is 19 and Central Cannabis employees will ID everyone who appears younger than 40. Consider it a compliment!
Valid, government-issued identification is required. This document must contain a picture, date of birth and expiration date.
No, minors are not legally permitted in any retail cannabis store.
No, these products are not legal for sale in Canada yet, but will be available after October, 2019.
Dried cannabis flower, pre-rolls, ingestible oil (CBD, THC and blends) and cannabis accessories are available in our store.
AGCO is working with licensed producers to ensure cannabis supply meets retailer and consumer needs.
You can purchase up to 30 grams of cannabis per visit.
No, you cannot consume cannabis in or around any licensed cannabis retail store.
Visit this link for details about cannabis consumption in London, Ontario.
No, it is not permitted to open cannabis products while on the premises.
Security features are in place, without compromising the community and educational experience Central Cannabis values.
As per federal regulations, Central Cannabis receives all its cannabis products in sealed packaging from the licensed producers, via Health Canada and the AGCO. Retailers have no way of providing quality assurance of the received product.
If you have a concern, we suggest contacting the licensed producer and AGCO directly. Central Cannabis does not accept any returns or exchanges on cannabis products. We value your feedback as this helps us make better-informed decisions about which licensed producers are providing quality products. Feel free to contact us, or fill out our Strain Review Form with detailed information about the product and your experience. We use this feedback to help inform our sourcing and business decisions in order to provide you with the the best possible experience.