Canada's first and only organic cannabis oils
Whistler Medical Marijuana Corp offers the largest selection of organic Cannabis Oils of any licensed producer in Canada. To help you compare our oils we have created an interactive table that allows you to sort our products in a number of ways including by cannabinoid potency and strain type.
Use the table by clicking on the headings. For example, to view oils by the amount of CBD they contain, click on the CBD+CBDA header which will sort the oils in order of their CBD level. To view a more detailed laboratory analysis for each strain click on the strain name.
When reviewing our products it is important to note that Whistler Medical Marijuana Corp express our cannabinoid levels as the maximum THC (THC + THCA) and maximum CBD (CBD + CBDA) potentially contained in a product to account for the effects of decarboxylation. What is decarboxylation?
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CANNABIS OIL INFORMATION
An Introduction to Cannabis Oil
Cannabis Oil is the term used to describe extracted resin from the cannabis plant that has been dissolved into a carrier oil to create a liquid. It is not suitable for use in vaporisers or for smoking, and is generally consumed under the tongue or used in cooking.
There are a number of ways that Cannabis Oil can be made. True to our Organic Philosophy, we do not use C02 or Butane, our process only uses ice, water and organic carrier oils and is designed to preserve as many of the cannabis terpenes as possible.
Organic Coconut Oil
Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
The Equivalency Factor
In order to create a system where oils can be provided to patients when the original prescription is expressed in grams of dried product, each Licensed Producer must provide an ‘Equivalency Factor’. This allows you to see how much oil you can purchase to be in line with your prescription and ensures that you do not go over your prescribed allowance. For example, a 60ml bottle of Blueberry Lamsbread Cannabis Oil, which has an equivalency factor of 12 ml of oil to 1 gram of dried cannabis, will use 5 grams of your possession limit.
The equivalency factor is not designed to compare the effects of cannabis oil to dried cannabis, or provide dosage information. For many patients, consuming cannabis orally will produce much stronger effects than inhaling it. For example, when considering a product that has an equivalency factor of 12ml of oil to 1 gram of dried cannabis, and a patient who usually consumes 1 gram of dried product a day, this patient will likely use less than 12 ml of oil per day. Even for patients who have previous experience of using cannabis oil, it is recommend that you start with a low dose and go slow.
Answers To Common Questions About Cannabis Oil
- HOW DO I CONSUME CANNABIS OIL?
- HOW LONG WILL THE EFFECTS OF OIL LAST?
- HOW MUCH CANNABIS OIL SHOULD I TAKE?
- CAN I SMOKE OR VAPORIZE CANNABIS OIL?
- MY CANNABIS OIL HAS TURNED SOLID/CLOUDY, WHAT SHOULD I DO?
- CAN I COOK WITH CANNABIS OIL?
- HOW SHOULD I STORE MY CANNABIS OIL?
- WERE ANY TOXIC SOLVENTS OR CHEMICALS USED TO MAKE THE OIL?
- WHY DO WMMC DISPLAY COMBINED THC AND CBD LEVELS FOR CANNABIS OILS?
1 - HOW DO I CONSUME CANNABIS OIL?
Cannabis oil can be consumed orally or sublingually (under the tongue).You may chose to add cannabis oil to your favourite foods such as smoothies or salads.Back to Top
2 - HOW LONG WILL THE EFFECTS OF OIL LAST?
If eaten, cannabis oil will usually take between 30-90 minutes to start working. Peak effects occur around 2-3 hours and last up to 8 hours. If taken under the tongue the effects will occur within minutes and last 2-3 hours. For reference, please see table below.
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3 - HOW MUCH CANNABIS OIL SHOULD I TAKE?
Cannabis Oil can be more potent than Dried Cannabis, therefore when first using your oil remember to start low and go slow. We suggest starting out by trying 0.1 ml to 0.3 ml of oil at a time and seeing how it affects you. Remember that it can take up to 90 minutes to feel any effects.Back to Top
4 - CAN I SMOKE OR VAPORIZE CANNABIS OIL?
No. Whistler Medical Marijuana Corporation’s cannabis oil will not work in a vaporizer or any other smoking devices. Our oils are created using a mixture of Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Coconut Oil which may damage your smoking apparatus.Back to Top
5 - MY CANNABIS OIL HAS TURNED SOLID/CLOUDY, WHAT SHOULD I DO?
The carrier oils used to create our products will solidify and go cloudy in cold temperatures. It is important to remember that this will not change the quality of the oil or alter its effects. If your oil has turned solid or gone cloudy, place the sealed bottle in a container of hot water until it melts and then mix thoroughly by inverting the bottle 5-10 times.Back to Top
6 - CAN I COOK WITH CANNABIS OIL?
Yes, you can cook with cannabis oils. Cooking with cannabis oil brings the challenge of correct dosing, and with oils that have high levels of THC, you may wish to start low and go slow. It is also important to note that temperatures over 350F can lead to cannabinoid and terpene degradation.Back to Top
7 - HOW SHOULD I STORE MY CANNABIS OIL?
Cannabis oil should be stored in a cool and dry place out of direct sunlight. It can be kept in the fridge or freezer for long term storage, however the oil will solidify at cold temperatures and will need to be warmed before it can be used, please see question My cannabis oil has turned solid/cloud, what should I do?Back to Top
8 - WERE ANY TOXIC SOLVENTS OR CHEMICALS USED TO MAKE THE OIL?
No. Our Cannabis Oil is created without the use of toxic solvents or chemicals.Back to Top
9 - WHY DO WMMC DISPLAY COMBINED THC AND CBD LEVELS FOR CANNABIS OILS?
The ACMPR requires that all Licensed Producers display total levels of potential THC and CBD on their product labels. Total potential THC is the total amount of THC available when all THCa (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid) is decarboxylated. Total potential CBD is the total of CBD available when all the CBDa (Cannabidiolic acid) is decarboxylated. Learn more about decarboxylation here.Back to Top