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Which types of products are included in 2.0 legalization?
Here are the medical cannabis categories that have been legalized:
Medical cannabis extracts include a variety of products that can be produced when the medical cannabis flower is processed into a concentrated liquid or solid form (think medical cannabis oil, vape, shatter and hash).
Extracts may legally contain a maximum of 1000 mg of THC per immediate container, while there is no limit for CBD.
Because certain cannabis extracts contain a high concentration of THC, Health Canada recommends starting with one or two puffs of a vape or joint with 10% (100 mg/g) or less THC.
Creams And Lotions
Topical medical cannabis products are infused with cannabis extracts and designed for external applications (think lotions, creams and oils for hair, skin and nails).
Medical cannabis extracts are applied topically, so the effects will generally only be felt locally on the area the product is used.
Topicals may legally contain a maximum of 1000 mg of THC per immediate container, while there is no limit for CBD.
Edible medical cannabis products are foods and beverages that have been infused with medical cannabis extracts (think chocolate, cookies, tea and soft chews).
The maximum THC each immediate container of edibles may legally contain is 10 mg, while there is no limit for CBD.
Because the onset of effects can be delayed, Health Canada recommends looking for products that contain 2.5 mg of THC or less.