FAQ

What is the best way to store my cannabis oil products?

Keep your cannabis oil products in a cool dry dark place. Do not expose it to direct sunlight for extended periods. Suppositories melt very quickly and are therefore to be stored in the freezer.

How long does it last/remain effective/expire?

If stored correctly cannabis oil lasts indefinely, it improves with age.

Can I take my cannabis oil products on an empty stomach?

Yes you can, your oil does help induce an appetite, so whether you eat before, during or after you’ve had your oil it is perfectly fine.

Are there any side effects?

Cannabis oil is relatively non-toxic and there are a few side effects.

Can you overdose?

No.

Is it addictive?

Addiction is “a compulsive physiological and psychological need for a habit-forming substance”. It is possible to develop a psychological addiction to most things that are taken to excess, however it’s not physically addictive.

What’s the difference between hemp and marijuana?

Hemp is used to describe a marijuana sativa plant that contains only trace amounts of THC. Hemp is a high-growing plant which uses include fibre, oil (not the same as cannabis oil), and seed. Hemp is refined into products such as hemp seed foods, hemp oil, wax, resin, rope, cloth, pulp, paper, and fuel.

Can you use cannabis oil products externally?

Yes you can and our ointment was developed for that reason. It’s great for external skin issues such as eczema, psoriasis, skin cancers, arthritis etc.

How long does cannabis stay in your system?

This really depends. No one can really say how long you will test positive for marijuana since the rate of THC metabolism varies per individual. It is detectable in your urine for up to 30 to 33 days since last consumption.

What differentiates our cannabis oil?

Our extracts are made from multiple strains of the cannabis plant in varying potency’s. Traditionally, most recreational products and competing medical oils are made using what the grower throws away and or “substandard” cheap bud which we don’t.

How does the experience of vapour compare to that of smoke?

The most obvious differences are noticed in the first three minutes and more subtle effects can be noticed the next day. Much of what a smoker experiences in the first minutes are actually the side effects of smoke, rather than being due to any medicinal qualities. The experience is the result of a ‘damage control’ response by the body. Smokers who are not already used to vapourisers often cannot tell that anything is happening at all — until about 3 minutes later! Vapour is generally described as being stronger, lighter, clearer, more thoughtful, longer lasting, and more energetic. You are much less likely to get some of the common physical aspects with a vapouriser. People generally feel better, clearer and cleaner the next day after vapourising – without the ‘fuzziness’ that can be experienced the day after a heavy smoking session.

Can I use medical cannabis for my pet?

Yes you can, but its best to do so under veterinary or specialist guidance- the first time atleast.  Your animal will love you for it.

http://www.encod.org/info/700-MEDICINAL-USES-OF-CANNABIS.html

Assists with

Cancer, Chronic pain relief, HIV, Anorexia, MS,Parkinson’s disease Muscular Dystrophy, Gout,Spondylitis, Alzheimer’s disease, you would need THC and unfortunately THC can make you ‘high’. However, if you’re micro-dose using a tincture in drops, it will allow you to build up a tolerance over a short period of time (days). There is no one-size-fits-all
approach with THC cannabis oil dosing – it’s different for everyone.

Recommended dosage:

We recommend using a tincture, with dosage of:

CBD: 5-drops – Twice a day under the tongue (morning and early evening) No high feeling will be felt.

THC: dosage, 1 drop (match stick head size) before bed daily, If you feel “high” or abnormal this is normal and the CBD will help neutralise this in a short while.