It is believed that we have been using cannabis concentrates for over 12,000 years. Several millennia ago, the ancient Chinese used the cannabis plant in their medicine. However, cannabis concentrates have only recently reached mainstream consumers.
Among all Indica-dominant hybrid strains, the Tom Ford Pink Kush sits at the rarest of rare. Prized for its beautiful pink and purple buds, this mysterious strain has captivated the hearts of potheads across the world.
Edibles combine the two things Canadians love – sweet stuff and cannabis. That’s not gossip; it’s a fact. About 7% of the total population of Canada will consume weed edibles in 2020.
As more dispensaries and manufacturers begin creating their canna-concoctions, one can only expect those numbers to rise.
There are over 400 chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant, and more than 100 of them are classified as cannabinoids. Among all these cannabinoids, THC and CBD stand out as the most prevalent in the cannabis industry. THC is the psychotropic compound that causes the illustrious marijuana high, while CBD is the non-psychoactive cannabinoid well-recognized for its medicinal benefits.