1. Is weed legal in Canada?
Cannabis in Canada is legal for both recreational and medicinal purposes. The federal Cannabis Act came into effect on October 17th 2018 and made Canada the second country in the world, after Uruguay, to formally legalize the cultivation, possession, acquisition and consumption of cannabis and its by-products.
2. How much pot can be purchased at once from a local marijuana dispensary?
30 Grams of Cannabis can be purchased per visit to your local dispensary.
3. What type of hash can I purchase online?
Afghan Hash, Premium Kief & Pressed Hash can be purchased online.
4. Are THC or CBD beverages a safe option to consume?
All of the CBD and THC beverages sold by AGCO-licensed dispensaries have gone through rigorous testing for pesticide residue, bioorganic waste and other toxic trace ingredients. Most CBD consumers come to our store with an interest in reducing anxiety, aiding sleep and sometimes eliminating pain perception. THC beverages can provide an experience of being high without smoking’s harmful effect on the lungs.
5. Is your marijuana dispensary located in Scarborough?
Yes, our dispensary is located within the Scarborough community, in Ionview at Kennedy and Eglinton.
6. How many pre rolls come in a pack?
The amount varies from one to 40 pre rolls in a pack. Pre-rolls are typically .5g or 1g, although some come in smaller sizes like .35g. Larger packs are very convenient and cost effective.
7. How much THC is found in edibles?
10 MG of THC is the legal limit per package in Canada.
8. What is the difference between recreational marijuana and medical marijuana?
A person using cannabis for recreational purposes is allowed to be in possession of up to 30 grams of dried flower or cannabis products. The maximum any patient can possess is 150 grams. Individuals are allowed to grow up to 4 plants per household for personal recreational use, while a medical patient can grow more plants by applying for a personal production license.
9. What is the legal age to consume Cannabis?
The legal age to consume cannabis in Canada varies based on the province. In Ontario you must be 19 or older to buy, use, possess and grow recreational cannabis. This is the same as the minimum age for the sale of tobacco and alcohol in Ontario.
10. What is the difference between CBD & THC?
CBD and THC have the same chemical makeup: 21 carbon atoms, 30 hydrogen atoms, and two oxygen atoms. The difference is that they don’t have the same chemical arrangement, and the body receives them as different compounds. These compounds bind to neurotransmitters in your brain and affect things like mood, pain, sleep, and memory.