7ACRES’ proprietary whole plant drying process takes 10-14 days. Whole Plant Hang Drying Is Better For The Plant Why do we spend so much time drying our flower, when so many other producers tray dry in as little as three days? Simple; it takes time to properly dry cannabis. By hang drying for a minimum of 10 days
7ACRES’ cannabis always burns clean, with a white ash, robust flavour, and smooth smoke. White Ash Is One Indicator of High End Cannabis The debate on the importance of white ash is ongoing. The concept originated in the cigar industry and later was adopted by cannabis enthusiasts as one of many indicators of high quality flower. White ash
Since legalization in 2018, edibles were such an anticipated product category in the legal market. Fast forward to December 2020, the market has a plethora of offerings to treat yourself with over the holidays, however, making your own edibles can be fun, rewarding and incredibly tasty.    This holiday season, treat yourself (and possibly your friends) to some home-made edible products. You don’t
11 Gifts for the Cannabis Curious and Connoisseur in your Life Gifting cannabis used to be kept a secret, but now with cannabis being federally legalized, and the stigma surrounding the plant lessening, gifting green-themed gifts to your friends, colleagues and loved ones is commonplace and sure to please. No matter who you’re buying for — or the
Note: Always keep cannabis-infused food and beverages safely secured and out of the reach of children, especially those which resemble candy or treats. Only consume cannabis if you are of legal age in your province. Halloween, like cannabis, is thousands of years old. The tradition that originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, where people would light
Read time: 6 minutes, 51 seconds For those who were opposed to cannabis legalization, we have some bad news for you: the sky did not fall when Canada became the first G7 country to legalize recreational cannabis in 2018. Fast forward to October 17th, 2020, we can honestly say that everything has been pretty much ‘business as usual’,