Full cannabis buds from the female cannabis plant. Cannabis plants produce large resin-secreting flowers that are trimmed down to round or pointed cannabinoid-rich buds for vaporization.
Cannabis flower that has been pre-crumbled for use. After the milling process, the resulting product has a finer consistency than cannabis flower, opening up a range of options for consuming, including baking or vaporizing.
The cannabis plants’ medically beneficial compounds, cannabinoids, and terpenes extracted from the plant matter. Our oil is activated so it does not require further heating and can be orally ingested – a great smokeless option.
The cannabis plants’ medically beneficial compounds, cannabinoids, and terpenes extracted from the plant matter. Convenient soft gel caps are ideal for long-acting relief and precise dosing, with each capsule verified to contain a consistent amount of active CBD or THC.
THC (Delta 9 - Tetrahydrocannabinol) is the compound attributed to the majority of the psychoactive effects of cannabis. THC is responsible for the “high”. Popular applications include pain relief, anti-nausea, sleep enhancement, appetite stimulation, and mood stimulation.
CBD (Cannabidiol) is the second most prominent compound in cannabis. CBD is non-psychoactive. Popular applications include anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, seizure reduction, and muscle relaxation.
Responsible for the citrusy scent. The second most widely found terpenoid in all of nature - it has shown profound anxiolytic and antidepressant effects. Also found to boost important immune cell populations. Limonene is a powerful antioxidant; also extremely safe and non-toxic.
Produces the earthy aroma, like musk or cloves, also found in mango, thyme, citrus, lemongrass, and bay. Studied as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and muscle relaxant.
Has the characteristic scents of pepper, wood, and spice; found in pepper, cloves, hops, basil, and oregano. Caryophyllene has been studied as an anti-inflammatory but its most interesting quality is that it’s a selective, full CB2 stimulant, which may have several significant medical applications.
Pinene is the most widely encountered terpenoid in nature. It provides a sweet pine scent, can be found in pine needles, conifers, and sage. It is used as an anti-inflammatory, an antibacterial, and a bronchodilator. An emerging role is its ability to inhibiting an enzyme in the brain’s hippocampus responsible for short-term memory.
Its scent profile includes floral, citrus, and spice. Found in lavender, laurel, birch, and rosewood. Linalool is known for alleviating pain, healing skin burns without scarring, and as an anticonvulsant that may have unique synergistic effects with CBD for treating seizure disorders.
The terpenoid found in hops and coriander. It produces the woody, earthy scent profile. Humulene is known as an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial. Humulene has applications in treating pain while suppressing appetite, a unique feature inconsistent with cannabis’s typical association with appetite stimulation.
- Suppress Appetite
Sativa plants are tall with long, narrow leaves. Sativa strains are known for providing stimulating, energizing, mood-elevating effects. See each strain’s unique terpene profile for more in-depth therapeutic potential.
As its name suggests, Hybrid plants are a mix of Indica and Sativa and come in endless forms and variations. Cannabinoid levels, as well as terpene profile will distinguish the effects and results of each individual Hybrid strain.
Indica plants are typically shorter plants with bushy leaves. Acknowledged for their relaxing, calming effects, Indica strains are often sedative and are recommended for nighttime use.
Register With Solace
Registering with Solace is surprisingly easy.
First, register online and then download the Medical Document to be completed and faxed by your doctor and finally, wait for medical verification from our Client Care team.
Once that’s done you’re ready to shop online or order by phone with one of our Cannabis Counsellors.register