Legal Cannabis Suppositories are Coming to Canada, But With Strict Potency Limits

Article by Solomon Israel, The Leaf News

Legal cannabis suppositories are coming to Canada, but with strict potency limits Rectal and vaginal cannabis inserts are said to deliver high doses of THC without the high, but questions remain about how they work By: Solomon Israel Cannabis suppositories produced by BioMed Botanicals are available in strengths ranging from 25 to 200 mg THC. (Supplied/The Village Bloomery) Village Bloomery co-founders Jeremy Jacob and Andrea Dobbs at their Vancouver cannabis dispensary. (Supplied)

At the Village Bloomery cannabis dispensary in Vancouver, Andrea Dobbs sometimes meets clients in search of a heavy dose of THC to ease the strain of cancer treatments or the pain of endometriosis.

If the client is new to cannabis, or physically frail, Dobbs might suggest cannabis suppositories, inserted directly into the rectum or vagina.

“A lot of people don’t know about them, so it’s usually us broaching the subject,” said Dobbs, co-founder of the dispensary.

“And yes, it can be a moment where people are very uncomfortable,” she said with a laugh.

The Village Bloomery sells suppositories produced by B.C.-based BioMed Botanicals, in strengths ranging from 25 to 200 milligrams of THC.

“You’re able to get higher amounts of THC into your system without navigating euphoria. You don’t feel the high,” said Dobbs.

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