Burlington’s Rapid Dose makes cannabis that melts in your mouth

Burlington’s Rapid Dose makes cannabis that melts in your mouth

Burlington based pharma-technology company Rapid Dose Therapeutics has recently developed a quick dissolve strip with THC.

Olivia Brown of Professional Cannabis Consulting Inc. played a key role in helping Rapid Dose Therapeutics obtain their legal license to produce their game changing quick dissolve THC strips.

The strip technology is also being used to develop separate strips with caffeine and vitamins, and are used as an alternative method of consumption. This will allow users that have issues swallowing or smoking to be able to ingest their medicine with ease.

The THC strips are still not available for the public and are used for research purposes only for the time being, however Rapid Dose Therapeutics looks to change that in the coming years.

To learn more about these strips and Rapid Dose Therapeutics, check out the recent article from Inside Halton, click the here: https://www.insidehalton.com/news-story/9186634-burlington-s-rapid-dose-makes-cannabis-that-melts-in-your-mouth/

Olivia Brown discusses Hamilton’s first legal pot shop with The Spec

Olivia Brown discusses Hamilton’s first legal pot shop with The Spec

Olivia Brown of Professional Cannabis Consulting Inc. recently voiced her opinion with The Hamilton Spectator on the soon to be opened Canna Cabana, Hamilton, Ontario’s first ever legal cannabis shop to be located at Centre on Barton.

The first ever cannabis shop will be in a roughly 2,400-square-foot space at the east side of the plaza, and will be ready for the province’s deadline of April 1, 2019.

The shop will also be very conveniently close to Professional Cannabis Consulting Inc. which is located at 1146 Barton St East.

To learn more about Olivia Brown’s opinion, and Canna Cabana’s shop, please view the article here for more information https://www.thespec.com/news-story/9215997-hamilton-s-first-legal-pot-shop-poised-to-open-at-centre-on-barton/.

 

 

AGCO – Cannabis Retail Store Authorization Applications

AGCO – Cannabis Retail Store Authorization Applications

Applications have been made for cannabis retail stores in

  • Toronto
  • Brampton
  • St. Catharines

If approved, these stores would represent, respectively, one of the five stores allocated to the Toronto Region, one of the six stores allocated to the Greater Toronto Area Region and one of the seven stores allocated to the West Region, per Ontario Regulation 468/18.

Applications for a Retail Store Authorization currently in the 15-day Public Notice Process period can be searched for on iAGCO, the AGCO’s online service delivery platform, at www.agco.ca/iAGCO

Remember to contact Professional Cannabis Consulting for any legal documentation and support required with opening a legal cannabis retail location!

AGCO – Frequently Asked Questions: Retail Store Operation

AGCO – Frequently Asked Questions: Retail Store Operation

The AGCO has released a series of common questions that are being asked in regards to proper cannabis retail operation procedures.

Questions like:

How do we ensure no one under the age of 19 is allowed in the store? Do we need to hire bouncers or is it sufficient to ID people at the counter and ask them to leave the store if they are under age?

Will sealed and anchored sniff display containers be allowed in the retail space?

What sort of restrictions for advertising will be in place for stores?

The list of full frequently asked questions can be found on the link below.

http://agco.ca/frequently-asked-questions-retail-store-operation

Remember to contact Professional Cannabis Consulting for any legal documentation required in setting up a legal cannabis retail outlet.

Click here to book a 1 or 2 hour consultation appointment today!

AGCO –  Frequently Asked Questions: Municipal

AGCO – Frequently Asked Questions: Municipal

The AGCO has released a series of common questions that are being asked in regards to the recent municipal decisions to opt in or out of allowing private cannabis retail locations.

Questions like If the city opts out, can it opt back in later? or Does the city have the authority to impose additional location restrictions on top of what the government has already outlined?

The list of full frequently asked questions can be found on the link below.

http://agco.ca/frequently-asked-questions-municipal

Remember to contact Professional Cannabis Consulting for any legal documentation or proposals required in setting up a legal cannabis retail outlet in your municipality.

Click here to book a 1 or 2 hour consultation appointment today!