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We created 3Leaf because, like you, we wanted a cannabis edible on par with the rest of the things we love.

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FAQ

For New Users

  • Why should I use a cannabis-infused edible?

    Oral ingestion is one of the safest ways to use cannabis, and also one of the most beneficial. Edibles remove the potential risks associated with smoking cannabis, while allowing your body to absorb more cannabinoids - compounds like THC that make infused products so enjoyable! When a person smokes cannabis, the effects are felt immediately and can last from 1-3 hours. When consuming a single serving of an edible, it can take from 30-45 minutes to take effect, depending on factors such as body composition, metabolism and other ingredients in the edible. Some people may wish to consume a second serving of an edible after an initial 30-45 minutes to achieve a safe but desirable effect. The cannabis effects from an edible can last between 5-8 hours, providing a longer period of relaxation and potential relief.

  • What is a good starting dosage for edibles?

    All users are encouraged to start with a single serving, dosed with no more than 10 mg of cannabis. It is important not to consume edibles on a empty stomach, and to wait up to three hours before consuming more.

  • How do I make sure that I am consuming the correct dose of edible cannabis products?

    Dosage is extremely personal, and depends on factors such as metabolism, tolerance and body composition. Starting with a low dose and building to meet your needs is the best way to ensure that you are not consuming too much THC for your comfort level.

  • What effects will I feel after consuming an edible product?

    Properly dosed edibles (10 mg or less) will leave you feeling relaxed, uplifted, creative, focused and calm, depending on the level of THC consumed and the ingredients.

  • What are THC and CBD, and how do they work in my body?

    THC and CBD are the two most commonly used cannabinoids. THC binds to CB1 receptors, creating a euphoric, calming and mind altering effect. CBD binds with both SSRI and CB2 receptors, and does not have any psychoactive effect, providing more of a body “high”, relaxing muscles and joints. While THC is more commonly used for recreation, both can be valuable for relaxation and wellness purposes.

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For the Connoisseur

  • What type of extracts go into your products?

    All 3Leaf products are formulated with distilled cannabis oils, commonly known as distillate. This ensures zero contaminates, or traces of solvents that may remain from the extraction process.

  • Where do you source cannabis ingredients for 3Leaf edibles?

    All of our cannabis extracts are sourced from northern California in the Humboldt region, also known as the Emerald Triangle. 3Leaf’s rigorous testing process and high standards mean only the very best extracts make their way into 3Leaf products.

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For the Health Nut

  • What is different about ingredients used in 3Leaf?

    3Leaf uses ingredients that are good for you. We are as focused on using quality natural foods as we are on using quality, natural medicine. We do not use any added sugar, and rely on the sweetness found in nature such as fruit, honey and agave nectar to give our products their delicious flavour. We aim to make healthy cannabis edibles.

  • Where do you source your ingredients?

    All of our ingredients are sourced in California and many originate in-State.

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Glossary

  • CANNABINOIDS

    The cannabis plant produces a large variety of cannabinoids - a fancy name for the many different molecules that make up the plant. THC and CBD are two of the most well known cannabinoids and are at the forefront of conversations around cannabis.

  • THC

    THC - THC engages receptors found in the human body (see CANNABINOIDS + ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM) called CB1 receptors, which activate a large number of processes in the body such as sleep and appetite stimulation, and controlling the sensation of pain. THC is the only compound found in cannabis to date that produces a strong psychoactive effect, or high. THC also has been proven to have appetite stimulating, anti-nauseant and sleep inducing properties.

  • CBD

    CBD engages the body’s CB2 receptors, as well as the serotonin receptors in the body. New research has shown that CBD has an affinity toward serotonin receptors, and will bond with them before bonding with CB2 receptors. CBD is often used to promote relaxation, stabilize moods, help manage pain and inflammation.

  • TERPENES

    Terpenes are the flavour molecules that differentiate cannabis strains, and give each variety their distinct taste and smell. Terpenes are found in all plants and there are over 20,000 varieties discovered so far. It has been discovered that terpenes can also interact with the endocannabinoid system to help modulate the effects that a specific strain of cannabis will have on your body and mind. The easiest way to consider this is to imagine two identical cannabis plants, with the exact same levels of THC, CBD and other cannabinoids. One contains a high level of the terpene limonene (also found in lemons), while the other has an abundance of linalool (most commonly found in lavender). Though structurally identical aside from terpene composition, these two different plants will produce very different effects. The first, which contains citrus notes will be uplifting, cerebral and energizing, while the second will relax the consumer.

  • STRAIN

    There are many different types of cannabis plants, referred to as strains. Different strains are distinct in their levels and cannabinoids and terpenes, and therefore manifest in a variety of effects. There are an overwhelming number of strains currently available, with more varieties on the market every day. While there is a finite number of landrace strains (those growing naturally in different regions), genetic cross-breeding means there are endless possibilities for what can be created.

  • ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM

    The human body is equipped with receptors which bond directly with cannabinoids such as THC and CBD. These receptors are responsible for starting processes the body needs to function, such as appetite stimulation, pain sensation, and mood. Endocannabinoids are cannabinoids that are found naturally in the human body. The most well known is Anandamide, which is almost identical in structure to phytocannabinoid THC. The human body has two type of cannabinoid receptors which bind to molecules like THC and CBD. These receptors are often looked at as locks, with THC, CBD and other cannabinoids being their keys. The receptors bind with endocannabinoids whenever possible, and phytocannabinoids can replace or modulate these connections as necessary. As the systems that produce endocannabinoids begin to degrade in the body from age, illness or other factors, phytocannabinoids will mimic their activity and allow people to feel better, and enjoy the activities they love.

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