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Cannabis Buyers’ Clubs of Canada Product Guide

Friday, March 7th, 2008

Ingesting cannabis is much preferred by many people. The main and most obvious reason being not having to put smoke into our lungs. Another important reason only recently discovered is that we have localized CBD receptors within our bodies. If we apply cannabis oil or salve to a sore knee and then smoke a joint, [...]

Making CBC of C Cannoil

Friday, March 7th, 2008

The cannabis plant is extremely interesting in that 2/3 of its chemical makeup is inactive until heated. This is why the main way of ingesting cannabis continues to be smoking. Heating cannabis increases its potency and is the reason that you don’t get high if you make a cannabis salad (unless you toast your buds [...]

Cooking with Cannoil

Friday, March 7th, 2008

The next thing you need to remember is that low heat applies to baking as well. Cookies are baked at 250F for 1/2 hour. Cakes need to bake at the least 300F, so brownies and things like that are usually preferred. It’s time to reveal the secret ingredient! LECITHIN! That’s right, lecithin. It comes from [...]

CBC of C Cannaplasts

Friday, March 7th, 2008

By Gayle Quin Cannaplasts are a poultice made of recycled plant material produced in the making of cookies and oils, wrapped in new cheesecloth. They are applied directly to insect stings and bites, varicose veins, sore joints and muscles. They relieve arthritic inflammation and rheumatic pains. Cannaplasts may also be used to help sore or [...]

CBC of C Hemp Milk

Sunday, August 19th, 2007

Hemp seeds are the most-balanced source of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids. The body cannot produce these EFA’s so they have to be taken in with the foods we eat. However, when foods are processed, their EFA’s lose their nutritional value and even become toxic. Hemp milk also has a strong digestible protein profile, [...]

CBC of C Poppy Pot

Thursday, January 4th, 2007

The CBC of C is introducing another alternative product: medicinal rice crispy bars! They are not only delicious, but made with a cold infused process, with bud stalk soaked in extra virgin olive oil for 1 month. It has never been heated in the extraction process and so seems to have an exceptional clarity of [...]

Massage Oils and Other Skin Products

Monday, January 9th, 2006

By Gayle Quin In over 70 years of prohibition and misinformation, all science has been able to accomplish is to prove cannabis is capable of reversing illnesses, shrinking tumors, stopping people from going blind, reverse liver illness…” Indeed, there may be health benefits in addition to the ‘”proven benefits of medical marihuana, as marihuana levels [...]

CBC of C Budda Balls

Friday, October 29th, 2004

We are going to share the delicious and nutritious Budda Ball Recipe. First you put 4 cups of Rolled Oats, 3 cups of coconut, 1 ‘/a cups unsalted raw or roasted Sunflower Seeds, 3 cups Soy Protein Concentrate, and 75g. or 4 tbsp. Hemp protein. Mix thoroughly and then make a bowl shape with the [...]


Thursday, September 5th, 2002

From Monday Magazine, September 5th, 2002 By J. Sushil Saini (As a vegan solution) Heat one cup of olive oil to just below simmering (don’t let it boil). Add an equal measure of herb leaf of choice. Stir and let the herb heat up for 30 minutes. Strain through cheese cloth, let oil cool down. [...]


Thursday, September 5th, 2002

From Monday Magazine, September 5th, 2002 By J. Sushil Saini (Makes about 1 1/2 lbs. of butter.) Fill a 6- to 8-litre pot 1/3 full with densely packed herb leaf of choice. Fill remainder of pot with cool water and bring the whole to boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 45 minutes. Strain out and [...]