Cannabis oil is somewhat of a tricky term. The main reason that it can often bring about confusion is that cannabis oil is many things –THC oil, CBD oil, and hemp oil. These three categories constitute similar, but altogether different, products that are typically used for widely different reasons.
The cannabis industry is home to some of the newest trends, topics and products on the planet. Many of these themes find roots in one of the cannabis sativa plant’s primary cannabinoids, cannabidiol (CBD), which is presently being incorporated into everything from cosmetics and beauty products, to health foods and supplements.
When the Canadian government moved to legalize cannabis use for recreational purposes in the fall of 2018, it did so with an earnest goal: take the product out of the hands of organized criminals, and protect young people from exposure. To mobilize that mandate, the Cannabis Act was replete with a number of health and safety provisions that included the white labelling of all cannabis products.
When Trevor Goldman took his first break from consuming cannabis, financial reasons were the chief motivator. But he later took breaks for different reasons: "I started intentionally taking breaks of a couple months at a time because I was a new father and wanted to be as present as possible."
The times have most certainly changed. Long gone are the days when a curt answer will suffice to address the questions and potential concerns children have about cannabis. With more adults consuming the plant and its many concentrates for both medical and recreational reasons, the importance of safeguarding kids from the potential harms associated with the practice have never been more pressing.
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