I use this page to keep notes on my experiences with legal Canadian Cannabis products. I write from the perspective of an occasional user with a very low THC tolerance.

While I dabbled with cannabis in my early twenties, I hadn’t used cannabis at all in the years leading up to legalization. As an occasional user it was always difficult to find connections, and not-so-desirable to engage in behaviour technically outside of the law. Then, as cannabis became more potent, my ability to find a strain I would enjoy became less predictable.

With the advent of legalization I thought it would be interesting to investigate different strains to see if I can find products that consistently provide a good experience for me. For the most part, I sample products with higher CBD levels and lower THC potency.

I’m also interested in discovering if there is a product that would be useful for people in my life diagnosed with anxiety, or who have dealt with bouts of depression. 

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  1. I am also searching for cannabis to help with anxiety. I have been trying the CBD oils but have recently started vaping dry flower. I have no clue what to buy so I am finding your reviews very interesting. I am looking for something that doesn’t make me high.

    1. I actually just started trying some oils for the first time. Did you find an oil that worked for you?

      It’s interesting, so far oil seems very similar to what I experience with flower, yet, it’s a little different.

      1. I tried the Solie Free Oil because of the price. However, I found that something in this oil caused a reaction in my throat. I have recently started to try my hand at making my own oil. I am still looking for good strains that will help with daily anxiety and pain relief on occassion. Love your reveiws. I hope you keep doing them.

  2. Hello! I’m quite liking your site. I’m new to dry herb vaping and I was wondering if you had some thoughts or advice on vaping temperatures. Thanks

    1. I think it’s a matter of preference. I have a dynavap at the moment which isn’t very precise. I tend to start a session on lower temps and finish at high temps. If nothing else because I feel I get more flavour at low temps(130C-160C), and further extraction of active ingredients at higher temps(160C-190C).

      Beyond that it’s fun to experiment with different temps on different strains. In theory you might be able to target or avoid specific terpenes. People have attempted to make charts for this. Generally speaking, lower temps might be more likely to emphasize a more clear-headed experience, and higher temps a more sedating experience.