Cannabis 2.0, the newest offering from OCS, encompasses edibles (including beverages), topicals, and extracts (including vapes). Products launched in retail stores first, on January 6.
It took 10 days for the online sphere to catch up with brick-and-mortar shops, which sold out of product very quickly after launch.
Over 100 products are expected to be available, in stores and online, over the first few months of 2020, according to the OCS. Here’s a look at what’s on deck:
Tokyo Smoke, Dixie, Aurora Drift, Foray, and San Rafael 71 have submitted edibles for sale through OCS.
Products will be priced between $7 and $14.
Online right now, you can browse gummies, chocolates, and “chillers,” which look to be along the lines of mints.
Tweed, Haven St and Houseplant have submitted products for sale through OCS. Right now, you can browse a few Haven St tea options online.
These items will be priced from $4, and tea is available for just over $10.
Aurora, San Rafael ‘71, RIFF, Solei, Good Supply, dosist, Foray, Kolab, Tweed, LBS, Van der pop, TWD, Tokyo Smoke, FIGR, Edison, Trailblazer and Redecan have submitted vapes for sale through OCS.
Products will be priced between $25 and $125.
48 North, Earth Dragon, United Greeneries and CBD Acres have submitted topicals for sale through OCS.
Products will be priced between $15 and $55.
48 North, Earth Dragon, United Greeneries and CBD Acres have submitted extracts for sale through OCS. Products will be priced between $30 and $70.
New accessories that are intended for use with extracts and vapes, such as dab rigs, concentrate storage containers, rehydrating stones and batteries, are now available for purchase on OCS.ca.
JUJU Power, Tokyo Smoke LUMA, FIGR, Pulsar, Dewbie and PAX Labs have submitted accessories for sale through OCS. These new accessories will be priced between $2 and $170.
Cannabis edibles were legalized in Canada in October, but this will be their first time hitting hypothetical “shelves” online, due to Health Canada’s regulatory timelines and approval processes, for ensuring new cannabis products are safe for consumption.