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We’ve launched our very first collection of THC infused Dried Fruits! All of our ingredients are sourced sustainably and ethically, and every individual dried fruit is dosed by hand. Our Dried Infused Fruits are organic, vegan and gluten-free with no added preservatives. We are proud to create a clean and conscious product.
Our products are available for purchasing through CannMart. Our products can also be found at your privately-owned local licensed retailer in BC, MB, SK and now AB!
Our sustainable packing is reusable and recyclable.
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All of our THC dried infused fruits are lab tested for accuracy, and are free from pesticides, heavy metals, microbials, toxins and aflatoxins to ensure consistency and quality assurance. This also includes our THC distillate that is sourced sustainably from our fellow extractions from Adastra Labs in Aldergrove, BC.
The Making Of
Buckle in, this gets fascinating but also technical! Our distillate is made with biomass sourced locally from Delta, BC. It’s then put through a closed loop ethanol extraction process which produces crude cannabis oil. The crude cannabis oil is then winterized to help refine the oil and separate compounds such as fats, lipids, waxes and chlorophyll before the distillation process. It’s then put through a short path distillation which is an extra refinement process to help separate cannabinoids such as THC and/or CBD.
We use special proprietary equipment that can dose as low as 1/1000 of a fraction of a millimeter. We accurately dosed every individual fruit by hand. This technique ensures a perfect dose every time.
How To Rilaxe
All our products are organic, vegan and gluten-free with no added preservatives.
Our fruits are provided from a local supplier in Vancouver. They have sourced the fruit ethically from select farmers around the world who practice organic methods and give back to their local communities.
We recommend you start with a smaller dose for your first time, and then increase the amount of consumption as you feel suitable for your needs and body.
A good dose to begin with is 2.5mg of THC. If you don’t feel the effects within 15 to 30 minutes, dose yourself with another 2.5mg of THC, and slowly increase the dosage to your desired effect.
Keep in mind every body has its own individual endocannabinoid system, and our bodies all react to THC differently. By starting slow you ensure a desired experience with our dried fruit.
Depending on which fruit you choose, potential effects include clear-headedness, euphoria, calm or an increase in energy levels.
The THC Dried Fruit Collection contains natural fats, where the THC is binding to the lower chain triglyceride fats from the fruits, creating a quicker onset of 15-20 minutes making it more bioavailable for our bodies to absorb.
When you start to feel the effects varies per individual as there are key factors at play. Dosage, personal tolerance, potency and how your endocannabinoid system interacts with your receptors all need to be considered. Additional components include how you metabolize THC, and what you ate in the day play a role in when you start to feel the effects and also the duration of the high. The duration of the effects when you eat cannabis edibles can also vary depending on dosage and potency. Generally, an edible high can last up to 4-10 hours.
When you’re smoking cannabis, the effects are normally instant.
The process of metabolizing THC is much longer when you ingest an edible, typically anywhere between 15-30 minutes. Generally, with an edible the process of absorbing and metabolizing THC may take longer to feel the onset effects, and the effects may also last longer.
Terpenes are organic compounds found in fruits, vegetables and plants that give aroma and flavour. Its unique distinctive scents may help modify and/or alter your experience when ingested with THC.
Terpenes are as important as THC content and cannabinoids, as they actually affect our endocannabinoid system just as much as CBD and THC. In fact, terpenes work indirectly with our receptors and interact synergistically with THC to affect the psychoactive area of our brain as well as the blood barrier that changes chemical outputs.
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