Hanna Kyla-Junnila What is a cannabis concentrate? Under the general term of cannabis concentrates falls any product obtained through an extraction process. Solvents (i.e. butane, propane, CO2, ethanol) are used to strip the cannabinoids and terpenes from the cannabis plant, leaving behind a highly concentrated, highly potent end product. It is important to note that […]
Owen Smith Establish Vaping Licences There used to be a movie theatre in Victoria that allowed people to smoke cannabis while they sat, laughed and ate lots of popcorn. People used to smoke cigarettes in restaurants and on airplanes. In recent decades, our awareness of the hazards of smoking has increased and governments have implemented […]
Brent H. Clone Corner Whether we know it or not there are always tricks to even the most seemingly simple task. Potting up a clone into its permanent residence is also a process that when done right, will promote speedy growth. Here is the process as discovered by our team of dedicated enthusiasts. Step One: […]
Julia Veintrop Victory! Well… sort of Part 5 – June 16, 2017 With a warm, happy heart and a legally lit doobie smouldering in my ashtray, I am so happy to announce that my surgeon has signed my ACMPR! I am legally allowed to purchase cannabis from a government licensed producer, grow my own plants […]
Kristen Mann This summer I have moved to small resort town in Alberta. While it has been a big change to meet new friends and be in a new place (and not have the internet), I am once again struck by the near universal need/symbiotic relationship between happiness, community building and healing. When one can […]
(start from part 1) Julia Veintrop Having a smart doctor can definitely have its advantages and disadvantages. I was so happy when my surgeon told me that she would willfully sign my ACMPR. She even wanted to do a bit of research because usually she just signs proof of conditions for compassion clubs. That was […]
Judith Stamps Anyone with an eye on the Canadian federal political scene will have noticed that some of our provinces have begun to choke on the prospect of putting together a retail scheme for cannabis. Mewling like kittens, Saskatchewanians, for example, have begun to beg the feds to put off legalizing for an extra year. […]
Read the Full Summer Issue of the Cannabis Digest quarterly journal for free online today. Including stories from Russell Barth (Ottawa), Judith Stamps (Vancouver Island) Kristen Mann (Alberta) and welcoming four new contributors.
Check out this beautiful artwork depicting Cannabis across Canada for the Cover of Summer Issue #53 by the talented Carly Neigum. Find a copy of the Summer print edition in a cannabis friendly business near you!
(Editors Note: While this project is near its conclusion, you are encouraged to start similar art projects in your own town or city.) Julia Veintrop “Love From The Cannabis Business Community Of Victoria and the people supporting it” To Whom It May Concern, Canada is in need of some healing socially, economically and environmentally. Alongside […]