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FLOWERS (BUD) of the Cannabis plant can be smoked, vaporized, juiced or simply eaten raw. The Mode of Administration changes which phytocannabinoid is consumed. Smoked or vaporized flower produces THC or CBD while juiced or raw cannabis contains mostly THCA or CBDA
CAPSULES are an easily ingested form of Cannabis containing either ground up flowers or concentrated cannabis extract. They provide a consistent dose of active ingredients from capsule to capsule. Capsules are the most popular pharmaceutical presentation
Concentrates are extracted from the trichromes of Cannabis flower. Trichromes contain over ninety-five percent of the phytocannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. A concentrate is a waxy, oily paste that is typically ingested, smoked, vaporized or blended with a filler to complete the product.
TINCTURES are a liquid preparation of Cannabis. Medicinal oils from the Cannabis plant are extracted and blended with a liquid base. The base can be coconut oil, olive oil or ethanol. Tinctures are either applied via dropper either sublingually (under the tongue) or ingested.
TOPICALLY applied Cannabis is presented as a lotion, cream or salve directly applied to the skin. They are intended to treat superficial skin infection or inflammation and deep joint or muscle pain or inflammation..
Vape Pens are a compact, convenient way to inhale Cannabis. The cartridge typically contains a concentrate with or without a filler. The "pen" is a battery operated heating element with a metal tip from which the vaporized oil is inhaled. Some cartridges also contain terpenes, which gives the vapor an aroma.