Internet definition: Cannabis oil is a thick, sticky, resinous substance made up of cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD, that is extracted from the cannabis plant (Cannabis sativa or Cannabis indica). Cannabis oil is a cannabis based product obtained by separating the resins from cannabis flowers using a solvent extraction process. Cannabis oil can also be known as marijuana oil, Rick Simpson Oil (RSO), Full extract cannbais oil (FECO), hash oil, dabs, shatter, or wax.
Buying Cannabis Oil Syringes
Cannabis Oil Syringes have quite a large variety to pick from. Prices vary based on cultivator and amount of oil included in the syringe.
How are Cannabis Oil Syringes used?
Cannabis Oil Syringes can be consumed a few different ways. They can be consumed sublingually (under the tongue), vaporized (or dabbed), or added to food / drink. They can even be used to make edibles! The most common method of consumption is sublingual.
What conditions / symptoms would you use Cannabis Oil Syringes for?
Chronic pain, cancer, patients that have a high tolerance as well as those that need long lasting relief would likely have positive results using syringes. Patients that do not want to or cannot smoke are also good candidates for cannabis oil syringes. Cannabis Oil Syringes make for a great maintenance drug. Patients commonly use syringes as a baseline and other methods of medicating (such as vapes) for breakthrough needs such as pain or anxiety attacks.
How much do Cannabis Oil Syringes cost?
At this time, syringes range from $30 – $80 depending on the cultivator, and amount of oil included in each syringe. Please call for current pricing or check out our menu at http://naturescarecompany.com/menu.
How long do Cannabis Oil Syringes last?
This depends on how you are ingesting the cannabis oil. Smoking / Vaping cannabis oil can last from about 3-4 hours with immediate feeling; whereas placing a dose under your tongue to sublingually absorb the cannabinoids should have onset within 15-20 minutes with medicated relief lasting between 6 to 8 hours. Adding cannabis oil to food or taking a capsule filled with cannabis oil will make it work more as an edible. Wait 45 minutes to 2 hours for full effects (depending on your metabolism) lasting between 6 to 8 hours.
Can I find Cannabis Oil Syringes at Nature’s Care?
Yes! We carry a wide variety of syringes from a variety of cultivators. Please call for current availability or check out our menu at http://naturescarecompany.com/menu.
What quantities do Cannabis Oil Syringes come in?
Most Cannabis Oil Syringes come in 1000mg or 1mL quantities. There are a few though that come in lesser quantities. Be sure to check the packaging and ask your Patient Care Specialist before purchasing.
What are some good alternatives to Cannabis Oil Syringes?
Patients looking for similar relief to Cannabis Oil Syringes should look into making their own Edibles. Illinois law doesn’t allow sale of more than 100mg edibles in dispensaries so patients looking for higher doses of THC will have to make their own edibles or use Cannabis Oil Syringes.
How often should I use Cannabis Oil Syringes?
Cannabis Oil Syringes are very potent and should be used with some caution by inexperienced users. Patients just starting to experiment with oil syringes should start with a 1:1 or equivalent CBD:THC numbers in the morning, afternoon and evening.
How much of a Cannabis Oil Syringe should I use my first time?
Suggested starting dose is “half the size of a grain of rice” increased as necessary. Oil syringes are known to have long lasting effects, sometimes up to 12 hours. For this reason, patients are encouraged to use caution when increasing dosage. Using a standard 1000ml syringe, “half the size of a grain of rice” is close to .5mg. Taking .5mg doses will give patients about 20 doses. Taking 1mg doses will give the patient 10 doses.
What are the Pros of Cannabis Oil Syringes vs making your own / buying edibles?
Overall higher potency
Can mix cannabis oil with almost anything
Quick and fast acting
More cost effective
What are the Cons of Cannabis Oil Syringes vs making your own / buying edibles?
Can be difficult to work with
Doesn’t taste the greatest
Can be expensive