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The non-intoxicating cannabis compound cannabidiol (CBD) has been creating a buzz recently. But what is CBD oil?

Located in BC? Shop online for CBD oil and choose from a range of potencies – CBD-dominant products have a ratio of at least 2:1 CBD to THC and some products contain zero THC.

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BC Cannabis Stores is the only legal place to buy CBD oil in BC online and we have a wide range of CBD oil from a variety of Health Canada approved Licensed Producers.

CBD will not make you ‘high’ like THC might; in fact it may mitigate some of the intoxicating effects of THC. CBD oil consists of a high-CBD cannabis extract in a carrier oil base, such as coconut-derived MCT oil.

Smokeless and odourless CBD oils come with a dispenser for dropping oil under the tongue, swallowing it, or adding it to food and drinks. Some cannabis oils come in a spray format. CBD oils have already been activated, so there’s no need to heat them. CBD oils may have an earthy, nutty taste and natural terpene aromas. Adults aged 19 years and older can buy CBD oil online at BC Cannabis Stores.

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A day short of two years after cannabis became legal in Canada, council gave their approval Monday to proposals for four retail stores in the city.

Council unanimously approved the recommended stores. They also alluded to a future increase of the number of stores in Abbotsford.

Council gives OK to Abbotsford’s first four cannabis outlets

Regarding feedback from the public, the report says, “Most of the comments were supportive and there were few comments of non-support. Staff would therefore not suggest excluding any of the seven applications on the basis of public input.”

On Monday, staff recommended which four applicants should get to open. After evaluating the proposals, planners found few major faults with any of the applications.

The four applicants recommended to proceed are: