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CBD is a journey.
Take science with you.

​​Everyone has a different reason for using CBD, but the science is the same. Whatever your reason, get the facts—we’ve got it down to a science.


CBD?
What’s that mean to me?


CBD is the abbreviation for cannabidiol, the second-most common compound found in the cannabis plant. It’s nonintoxicating—no high! Plus, taking it is as easy as a capsule, cream, or a drop of oil.

Hemp?
Cannabis?
What’s the difference?


No difference! CBD is CBD is CBD. Hemp and cannabis are the same plant (cannabis sativa), just bred to do different things. Both contain the cannabinoids THC and CBD (along with hundreds of other compounds), but cannabis is typically bred for its high-THC content, while hemp is bred for its fibre, seed, and high-CBD content. One plant, lots of ways to use it.

Does CBD produce a high?


CBD works on a different part of your endocannabinoid system than THC—the cannabis compound that gets you high—so you can get CBD without the intoxicating effects of THC. (Some CBD products can contain THC, so make sure you read the label, and always follow Health Canada's guidance and health warnings.)

Oh, and you read that right—your body has its own system that responds to cannabis compounds. Amazing stuff, isn’t it?

Does CBD have side effects?


While scientists believe there might be a potential for interaction with other drugs based on the way CBD metabolizes in the body, significant side effects haven’t been seen yet. In studies involving patients with epilepsy, depending on the quantities consumed, some common side effects included feeling tired, diarrhea, loss of appetite, and sleep disturbances.

A precise dose in every drop.


Is CBD legal?


As legal as legal can be in Canada. CBD is regulated by Health Canada, and you can find Dosecann’s CBD products at licensed dispensaries and online retailers across the country.

Where can I buy Dosecann?


That’s easy—at licensed dispensaries and online retailers across Canada! Check here for a list of places that carry Dosecann products.

My hairdresser sold me some CBD oil. Is it legit?


What your hairdresser sold you was probably unregulated CBD, or even just plain hemp seed oil. That’s why it’s good to stick with CBD oil from legal cannabis producers like Dosecann: our CBD products go through strict testing for compliance with regulations, guaranteeing a quality product of a specific potency every time.

Do I need a prescription for Dosecann?


Not at all. You can buy Dosecann from any licensed dispensary—no prescription required.

However, if you’re using cannabis for medical purposes, Dosecann’s available through multiple medical cannabis providers. If you’d like to purchase cannabis through one of these retailers, you’ll need a prescription (called a Medical Document) from your healthcare provider.

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