Cannabis 101

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CBD
  • Cannabidiol
  • Non-pyschoactive
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THC
  • Tetrahydrocannabinol
  • Psychoactive

Cannabis Ingestion

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Sugar
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Cannabinoids

Why are Cannabinoids different than other water-soluble substances such as sugar or alcohol? Cannabinoids are different because they are fat soluble meaning they are absorbed through the body’s fat.


What exactly does this mean? This means that cannabinoids may take longer to enter into the bloodstream, which explains why it may take cannabis consumables such as edibles hours to feel effects.


Here is a helpful comparison:

Water Soluble Fat Soluble
Excess Is:
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Excreted in Urine
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Stored in the Body
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Faster Onset
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Slower Onset

Olli Eats

A guide to a safe, careful
& fun cannabis experience

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Start Low

Always start off small. Begin with a low-dose single serving.

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Go Slow

Always be patient and wait to see how you feel after one serving. Remember, edibles may take hours to take full effect.

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Avoid Combining

Never combine your edible with controlled substances such as alcohol.

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Safety First

Always keep away from children, pets and anyone under 19. Keep the product stored in a safe place in its original child-proof packaging.

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Nourish Yourself

Make sure to eat a nutritious meal before! When consumed on an empty stomach, the effects of cannabis can be more intense. Stay nourished!

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Be Responsible

Do not consume edibles before operating a motor vehicle or heavy machinery.