Cannabis Education

  • The Entourage Effect!! Kana Leaf Cannabis Education

    As the cannabis industry grows , terpenes will become an increasingly important component in understanding strains and their effects. So far it seems that the entourage effect is something special that should be taken advantage of. When terpenes and cannabinoids work together they produce an amplified or "entourage" effect. The combination of these compounds has been found to be beneficial for a variety of issues such as reducing inflammation and pain, fighting anxiety and depression, and even helping with cancer treatment! As the cannabis industry grows, terpenes will become an increasingly important component in understanding strains and their effects. Stay tuned to learn more...

  • The 101 of Terpenes In Cannabis

    If you have been looking to discover more about the terpenes found in CBD and other cannabis products, then look no further! When it comes to under...
  • Ways To Consume Cannabis by Kana Leaf Cannabis North Bay, Ontario

                      Ways To Consume Cannabis


    What are the best ways to consume cannabis, and what are the pros and cons of different delivery methods?


    When it comes to consuming cannabis, we’re lucky to be living at a time when you have a whole bunch of different choices available. Where once you may have limited to smoking a joint, using a pipe, or creating your own crude cannabis edibles, you now have more options than ever before.

    With so many ways to consume cannabis, how do you know which is the best option for you? Well, in the following article, we’ll look at how marijuana interacts with our body, the most popular ways to consume cannabis, and the pros and cons of each delivery method.


    How Does Cannabis Interact with Our Body?

    Regardless of whether or now we have ever tried cannabis products, inside all of us is something known as the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS comprises a series of receptors that are spread all over our body and linked together. It’s because of the way that the ECS and receptors are set up that cannabis is such a versatile product.

    The receptors in the ECS are known as the CB1 and CB2 receptors. THC binds with the CB1 receptors, which are strongly focussed in the brain, but THC can enter your bloodstream in a variety of different ways, and how it enters directly affects how high you get.

  • Marijuana 101 by Kana Leaf Recreational Cannabis

    Marijuana 101

     The complete beginner's guide to marijuana and what to expect!

    It’s hard to escape marijuana these days. It seems that everywhere you look, people are talking about this exciting plant and the potential health and wellness benefits that it may offer. Since Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in 2018, marijuana has been getting increasingly popular.

    Medicinal marijuana had been widely available throughout Canada before the 2018 legalization of recreational marijuana, but it’s the recreational cannabis market that is now fuelling growth in the marijuana sector.

    In the following article, we’ll look at what marijuana is, the history of marijuana, what the different types of marijuana are, and some of the different ways that you can consume marijuana.