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Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) has historically been the most mentioned component of cannabis in pop culture. But now its counterpart, Cannabidiol (CBD), is creating a buzz in mainstream media largely because it doesn’t create a buzz when smoked or consumed.
So, what is CBD? Cannabis contains more than 480 compounds and over 100 of them, including THC and CBD, are called
Congratulations, Canada. Cannabis legalization is finally here and in recognition, we're taking a look at how BC cannabis earned its reputation. BC-born strains such as God Bud, Island Sweet Skunk, and Nuken, are now internationally known but getting them on the world stage has taken pioneers who have made the most of British Columbia’s climate to grow and develop
Just as the image of a cannabis user has changed, so is the way cannabis consumption is changing. From musty basements decorated with Bob Marley posters, the culture is now opening up and becoming more inclusive, allowing for a whole new vision of how we enjoy our favourite plant.
The rise of cannabis centric events/parties/gatherings to some comes
When buying cannabis, we often rely on the person behind the counter to give us the information we need. However, like wine, there's subtle nuance and personal taste that needs to be factored in. Before determining what cannabis matches with personal taste, it's crucial to be able to spot high and low-quality cannabis, as the latter can negatively affect your
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It’s easy to forget that cannabis is a plant, as medicinal and political factors veneer its simple growth. Like many plants, cannabis has evolved to cycle with the seasons. By understanding the cycle we can adjust a growing environment to match each phase.
Other Populace articles address the anatomy of a cannabis plant, the difference between growing from cutting
When it comes to cannabis consumption, sometimes, less can be more. Whether you’re new to cannabis or planning on switching up your routine, microdosing is an excellent way to get some of the benefits without the psychoactive effects. If your cannabis experience aligns with chilling at the beach, a hike through the BC mountain ranges, or just a more
Our final part of this three-part Populace series considers topical treatments. Cannabis oil as a topical treatment dates back to ancient eras in Ayurvedic Indian and traditional Chinese medicine. In Tibet, cannabis was an ingredient in remedies for itchy skin.
Recently topical treatments have become a new way to get the pain relieving benefits of CBD and THC without the
Part two of this three-part Populace series considers ingesting cannabis. Cannabis has been consumed medically and recreationally for centuries, allowing people plenty of time to imagine unique ways to interact with the plant.
In ancient China, emperors drank cannabis tea; nomadic tribes in Morocco made hashish jam. More recently, in 1954 the modern interpretation of cannabis infusion started with a
Cannabis has been consumed medically and recreationally for centuries, allowing people plenty of time to imagine unique ways to interact with the plant. This three-part Populace series considers the most widely accepted, and some of the more creative, methods to consume cannabis.
Whether you smoke, vape or ingest cannabis, all methods have one thing in common: they need an application
With recreational legalization on the horizon in Canada, home cultivation will be allowed in most provinces. While no small undertaking, growing cannabis can be one of the most gratifying and educational hobbies for the passionate enthusiast. There are two main ways to start: growing from a cutting (aka clone) or growing from a seed.
Growing from seed involves sexual reproduction
As with anything, and especially with cannabis, there is more than meets the eye. Relatively simple at first glance, the cannabis plant grows from seed, stretches through a vegetative phase, and begins to flower. Under the watch of an experienced grower, the flowers are harvested, dried, and cured, before becoming ready to consume. This process increases in complexity the deeper
Cannabis. Bud. Sensimillia. It goes by many names but what actually makes up a cannabis plant? While the distinctive fan leaves have become the iconic symbol of cannabis, it’s the female flower buds that are harvested for their cannabinoid-rich content. Here, we take a look at the anatomy of a cannabis plant beyond buds and leaves and explain why
How can you predict the quality and effect of a strain of cannabis? For a start, asking “indica or sativa?” is categorically the wrong question. In truth, these categories mean less and less in a market where virtually all strains have been hybridized for decades.
Medical marijuana users, and anyone who has stepped into a dispensary recently, might be familiar
Shakespeare was right when he wrote ‘That which we call a rose. By any other word would smell as sweet’... and it’s all thanks to terpenes. Terpenes are the basic chemical components of the fragrant oils that give plants, herbs, leaves and flowers their unique aromas. Their purpose is to repel or attract certain insects to help the plant