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Only persons who have a medical document, signed by a medical practitioner, may legally obtain and use a designated amount of dried medical cannabis for their condition. For more information on how to apply, go to the Application Process page.
CanniMed Ltd. orders are strictly for Canadian residents.
60ml · 55g
20.8 - 21.7 mg / ml
< 0.2 mg / ml
22.3 - 23.2 mg / ml
CanniMed® Oil THCA is an edible medical cannabis oil product that is created without the use of high heat, which converts THCA to THC. This process results in a THCA-rich oil with a small amount of THC, the active ingredient that may cause the patient to feel intoxicated. Note that THCA is not converted to THC in the body2.
Plant Type: Hybrid
Equivalency Factor for determining possession limits | 0.78g herbal cannabis = 60ml cannabis oil** | Should not be used as a guideline for dosage
Possession Limit | 30g
**Determining a suitable CanniMed® Oil dose should be done independently of your experience with herbal products. Start with a low dose, and increase it slowly as needed.
2 Rock EM, Kopstick RL, Limebeer CL, et al. Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid reduces nausea-induced conditioned gaping in rats and vomiting in Suncus murinus. Br J Pharmacol. 2013;170(3):641-648
3 Moreno-Sanz G. Can you pass the acid test? Critical review and novel therapeutic perspectives of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolic acid A. Cannabis Cannabinoid Res. 2016;1(1):124-130
CanniMed® Oil THCA is not decarboxylated, meaning that it has not been heated. It is ready for consumption. Heating the product may cause decarboxylation, and convert the THCA to THC.
The total amount of THC and CBD measured in milligrams for the full bottle (60 ml).
The equivalency factor is a simple equation used to help calculate the amount of oil you can order based on the quantity allowance for herbal cannabis on your Medical Document. Each CanniMed® Oil bottle is equivalent to 0.78 grams of dried cannabis.