Choosing the right product for you

Spectrum products are available as softgels, ingestible oil, and dried flowers.

Dried Flowers

Dried cannabis is offered as either dried whole flowers (“bud”) or milled (“prepared” or “ground”). Whole flowers from the female cannabis plant are harvested, the stem and leaves are trimmed, and then the flowers are dried to a specific moisture content. Milled cannabis contains the same active ingredients as dried whole flowers and is ready for use in a vapourizer.

Cannabis Oil

Concentrated cannabis resin, containing cannabinoids and other active compounds, is extracted from cannabis flowers that have undergone thermal decarboxylation, then diluted with a food-grade carrier oil to make a product for you to take orally from a syringe. This allows you to know exactly how much THC and CBD you are taking in each dose.


Softgels are filled with extracted cannabis resin dissolved in a food-grade carrier oil in a dosed form. They offer you a convenient and discreet option for your medication.

Quality Assurance

All of our cannabis products pass through a rigorous QA program that is regulated and inspected by government authorities. Our robust testing meets stringent criteria for product safety and reproducibility of the content of the key bioactive compounds, including THC and CBD.


We perform additional testing to provide healthcare providers and patients with extra information that can help them choose the products they require.


• Disintegration time testing for softgels to ensure they rapidly release their contents upon ingestion.

• Additional bacterial tests to ensure absence of Staphylococcus and Pseudomonas.

• Testing for over 68 pesticides, including myclobutanil.

Side Effects

Like all other medicine, medical cannabis can also have side effects. The risk of dependence following prolonged use of medical cannabis has not been sufficiently studied, but the experience of drug research shows that cannabis is less addictive than comparable pain medication if misused (Ref.: Anthony, JC et al. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 2 (3), 244-268).


Side effects from the use of medical cannabis include:

• Dry mouth

• Fatigue

• Impaired motor skills

• Dizziness

• Diarrhoea

• Nausea

• Impaired short-term memory and information processing

• Impaired attention

• Increased appetite

• Paranoia and anxiety (at high doses)

The Spectrum

Learn more about this unique colour-coding system designed to simplify product selection.

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