These Are All The Different Types Of Marijuana Products You Can Buy Tomorrow In Canada

With Canadians counting down the hours before marijuana is officially legal in Canada, it's important to be aware of all the new laws and rules surrounding the product before going to your nearest store and realizing you're completely clueless about the products on the market and the rules surrounding each one.

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TL;DR With cannabis legalization set for tomorrow, it's important to know what products will be available and what their maximum daily purchase amount is. Below is a list of every product in stores tomorrow and how much you'll be able to buy.

The truth is, there are quite a few different forms of cannabis being released this Wednesday. Depending on what you're looking for and what you want the substance to do, your interest in certain products will differ.

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On top of that, there are different purchase limits depending on what type of product you buy. It can become super confusing if you don't know what to look for.

Luckily, we've done a bit of the research for you to make legalization day just that much easier to navigate. You're welcome.

Here's a current list of all the cannabis products available for purchase as of tomorrow, along with their daily maximum purchase limit.

  • Dried cannabis – 30 grams
  • Fresh cannabis – 150 grams
  • Cannabis oil – 7.5 grams, or 8 bottles
  • Cannabis plant seeds – 30 seeds
  • Cannabis plants – Up to four plants per household in some provinces

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Subcategories of each product that will be available tomorrow include:

  • Pre-ground cannabis
  • Pre-rolled
  • Oral spray
  • Cannabis in gel cap form

In Quebec, according to the SQDC website"the products [will be] offered according to three types of cannabis: Indica, Sativa and Hybrid and come in several varieties that each have different effects, aromas, and levels of THC and CBD."

You're probably wondering why edibles and cannabis-infused beverages aren't on the list. Well, that's because they won't be introduced to stores until at least October 17, 2019.

Hopefully this list helps you figure out what you can and can't have starting tomorrow, making your legal cannabis experience in Canada that much better.

For more information on the legalization of marijuana, which begins tomorrow, click HERE.

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