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If you are thinking about buying cannabis online in Canada where do you start? We know that it can be overwhelming and tricky to navigate at first. British Columbia is known for its High-Quality Cannabis, but is ordering cannabis online discreet, safe, and secure? To make your experience at Nature’s Pharmacy easier, here is a quick rundown on some of the most common phrases associated with cannabis:


Glossary of Cannabis Terms

Cannabis

Cannabis contains more than 140 cannabinoids which are chemicals that affect our brains, mental state and physical movement. Cannabis comes in various cured and consumable forms such; dried flowers or “buds” (Marijuana), pressed resin from the cannabis flowers or leaves (Hash), as well as concentrated cannabis extracts (Shatter, Budder, Live Resin, etc).

BHO

Butane Hash Oil, abbreviated as BHO, is a cannabis concentrate created by extracting THC and terpenes from cannabis flowers or trim by using a butane, pressure and heat. This results in a sticky and thick oil that contains very high THC levels. Depending on the heat, humidity and the way the BHO has been whipped it can turn into one of seven different forms of consistency: budder, crumble, oil, sap, shatter, snap and pull, or wax.


Bong

A small to large sized pipe that contains a water chamber which cools the smoke as it passes through. Most bongs consist of four parts: a bowl, chamber, mouthpiece and stem. They are fabricated in a variety of materials such as ceramic, metal, plastic, and wood. However, glass is considered by far to be the best material for a bong.

Bongs are the preferred method of smoking cannabis for many because of its ability to drive the smoke deeper into the user's lungs faster, thus getting the user medicated while using less cannabis.


Blunt

An emptied cigar filled with cannabis. Blunts are considered to be the heaviest method of “joint” smoking due to the interaction of the tobacco leaf and cannabis.


Bud

A slang term for cannabis.


Cannabinoids

Every chemical substance, regardless of its origin or structure, that joins the cannabinoid receptors of the body and brain and that have similar effects to those produced by the cannabis plant.


CBD

CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is one of at least 85 cannabinoids found in cannabis and the second only to THC when it comes to average volume. CBD has gained appeal for its use as a medical treatment as research has shown it effectively treats pain, inflammation, and anxiety without the psychoactive effects (the stoned feeling) associated with THC.


Concentrates

Cannabis concentrates are the most potent forms of cannabis available on the market. They are created by extracting THC and terpenes from cannabis flowers or trim by using a solvent, pressure and heat. The resulting product contains very high THC levels and can vary in consistency from thick sticky oils (BHO) to moldable goo (budder/wax) to more resinous bits (shatter).


Edibles

Edible goods that have been infused with either CBD or THC. The most common forms of edibles are baked goods such as brownies, cookies, and chocolates but other various forms such as infused beverages and grain products do exist. Once consumed the active components take a little longer to activate because they need to be absorbed throughout your digestive system.


Hemp

Hemp plants are male cannabis plants that do not generate any THC during cultivation. Hemp is used in manufacturing beauty products, clothing, rope, paper, and many other products. Hemp plants have no value in the cannabis industry as they are the male plants.


Hybrid

Refers to a cannabis plant that has been crossed with one or more separate strains of cannabis. Most of the cannabis in the market today is some sort of hybrid strain.


Indica

Refers to a cannabis plant that belongs to the indica species. When compared to sativa, indica cannabis plants are shorter, bushier and has a smaller flower make up. Indica cannabis plants produce more relaxing physical effects and can have a sedative quality.


Kush

Kush strains are indica dominant strains that have a unique aroma resulting in a large fan base worldwide. Specific kush breeds and plants are unique, but their aroma is generally described as “earthy” or “piney” combined with a citrus or sweet smell.


Pre-roll

A pre-roll is a slang term that refers to a fully rolled marijuana joint available for purchase.


Sativa

Refers to a cannabis plant that belongs to the sativa species. When compared to indica, sativa cannabis plants are taller, lighter in colour and take longer to flower. Sativa cannabis plants produce more cerebral effects as opposed to physical and sedative ones.


Shatter

Shatter is a type of cannabis concentrate that is encompassed under BHO or Butane Hash Oil.


Strain

A strain is a specific variety of a plant species. Strains are developed to produce distinct desired traits in the plant and are usually named by their breeders (or by creative consumers). Strain names often reflect the plant’s appearance, its promised buzz, or its place of origin. Although the medical marijuana industry strives for consistency, strains can easily be mistakenly or purposely misidentified.


THC

THC is an abbreviation for tetrahydrocannabinol. It is the most well-known and most abundantly available cannabinoid in marijuana plants. THC is also the component in marijuana that is responsible for the psychoactive effects, or the “high.” Also known as Delta-9-tetracannabinol, it was first isolated in 1964 and is thought to serve as a natural defence for the plant against pests. Research has shown THC to be an effective medical treatment for a range of conditions. There is no lethal dose of the compound in its natural form.


Tincture

A tincture is a liquid cannabis extract usually made with alcohol or glycerol that is often dosed with a dropper. Tinctures can be flavoured and are usually placed under the tongue, where they are absorbed quickly. Effects can be felt within minutes. Tinctures can also be mixed into a drink, but in these cases, effects will take longer because the tinctures will be absorbed by the digestive system.


Topicals

A topical is a type of cannabis product where the active properties of the flowers have been extracted and added to a product such as a lotion or a cream that’s applied to the skin. The medicinal properties are absorbed through the skin and can be used to treat muscle aches, long term soreness, or ailments like dry skin.


Trichome

Trichomes are the resin production glands of the cannabis plant. In Greek the word means “growth of hair,” and while these sticky little protrusions can make plants appear a little hairy, they are not hairs, nor are they “crystals,” which is how they are often described. THC, CBD and other cannabinoids are all produced in these glands.


Vaporizer

A vaporizer is a device used to consume marijuana. It heats either flowers or marijuana-infused oils to a temperature that produces a cannabinoid-laced vapour to inhale. Vaporizing is healthier than smoking since there is no smoke to ingest, but this method still produces near-instant effects. With new, more compact models on the market, vaporizing is growing in popularity.


As you might assume this was just a quick introduction to cannabis lingo, we hope this word list helps your on your journey. If you’re ready to start shopping, feel free to check out our online shop.

Online Dispensary Canada

With cannabis being legal for both recreational and medicinal purposes in Canada, it’s no wonder that weed is almost as popular as wine. Yet there is nowhere near as many marijuana dispensaries as there are liquor stores, what gives?

For Canadians who do not live close to a major metropolitan city, this, unfortunately, means that they do not have safe access to high-quality cannabis and cannabis products readily available. That’s where Nature’s Pharmacy comes in.

With Nature’s Pharmacy, you’re able to purchase marijuana and etc from your own computer no matter where you’re located in Canada. Not all online dispensaries are created equally, check out what makes Nature’s Pharmacy different than the rest:

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Buying Cannabis Online

If you are interested in purchasing marijuana on the internet then you have come to the right place! With consumers turning to online shipping more and more with every passing year it’s no surprise that mail order marijuana is quickly becoming the most efficient way to purchase cannabis online in Canada.

Purchasing marijuana online is as simple as logging onto your computer, searching for the cannabis or cannabis products you are interested in, and browsing what’s available. Once you have come to a decision and have your shopping cart ready then you are ready to check out!

Rest easy knowing that the cannabis products you’ve ordered are high quality and as advertised. You’ll never have to worry about the courier, mailman, significant other, children, or roommates knowing what you ordered as every package from Nature’s Pharmacy is packaged discreetly and securely.


Health Benefits of Cannabis

They’re at least two chemicals found in cannabis that have medicinal applications; CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). Limitations on marijuana research means much remains unknown about cannabis’ medical applications. On top of CBD and THC, there are another roughly 400 chemical compounds which could have medical uses but without further research, we do not know how to make use of those compounds yet.

Cannabis is a great treatment for chronic pain, there is concrete scientific evidence that certain cannabis strains and their cannabinoids can relieve patients suffering from chronic pain. Chronic pain is also by far the most common reason people request medicinal marijuana.

The same report mentions that cannabis can help those who suffer muscle spasms related to multiple sclerosis. Other types of muscle spasms respond to cannabis as well, people use cannabis to treat diaphragm spasms that are untreatable by any other medications.

Evidence suggests that marijuana does not harm a person's lungs, in fact, it might even improve their lung capacity. Researchers tested the lungs of roughly 5,100 young adults over a time span of 20 years. Cannabis smokers showed an increase in lung capacity while tobacco smokers lost lung function.

Another more recent survey polled individuals who consumed cannabis daily for up to 20 years and found no evidence that marijuana consumption harmed their lungs in any way.

Researchers from the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco reported in 2007 that cannabidiol (CBD) stops cancer from spreading in cell cultures. Studies on brain tumours in mice and cell cultures show that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) can slow or shrink tumours at the right dose. Now obviously these findings in cell cultures and mice don't necessarily mean that the effect will translate onto people but we believe that far more investigation is needed.

Marijuana has been proven to reduce anxiety in low doses. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago found that low doses of THC reduce stress, while high doses of THC have the opposite effect.

Marijuana eases painful symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis. Researchers from the Canadian Medical Association Journal studied 30 patients who had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis who experienced painful muscle contractions. The patients reported that they were in less pain after consuming cannabis. Upon further investigation, it was found that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) would bind to receptors in the patient's nerves and muscles to relieve the pain they experienced.

Cannabis is proven to ease pain, reduce inflammation, and promote sleep, which can relieve discomfort and pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis. Researchers gave their patients Sativex, a cannabinoid-based pain-relieving medicine. After a two-week period, patients who were on Sativex had a significant reduction in pain and improved sleep quality compared to patients who were not on Sativex.

Marijuana has been proven to ease tremors for people suffering from Parkinson's disease. Researchers from Israel have found that smoking marijuana significantly reduces pain and tremors and improves sleep for Parkinson's disease patients. Most impressive was the improved fine motor skills amongst patients.

Perhaps the most well-known use of medicinal marijuana is for patients who are going through chemotherapy. Cancer patients being treated with chemotherapy suffer adverse side effects from the treatment that includes painful nausea, vomiting, and a loss of appetite. Cannabis helps reduce these side effects by alleviating pain, decreasing nausea, and stimulating the appetite. There are multiple cannabinoid drugs that use tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) for the same purpose.