• Achieved through smoking
    or vaporization.
  • Fast acting – effects felt within
    5-10 minutes.
  • Start with a few hits and wait for
    effects to hit.
  • Effects will typically last 2-3 hours.
  • First Timer? Try 5 mg.

PRODUCTS: Sublime Flower and Sublime Concentrates

  • Achieved through ingesting a food
    or beverage infused with marijuana.
  • Slow acting – can take 30 minutes – 2 hours to take effect.
  • Ingest a small amount and then
    wait another hour.
  • Effects last 4-6 hours. Will feel
    stronger than inhalation.
  • First Timer? Try 5 mg.

PRODUCTS: Sublime Edibles

  • Achieved by placing cannabis
    product under tongue or in mouth.
  • Fast acting – effects felt within
    15-60 minutes. Items placed under
    tongue absorb more quickly.
  • Start with a small amount.
  • Effects will typically last 4-6 hours.
  • First Timer? Try 5 mg.

PRODUCTS: Sublime Edibles and Sublime Concentrates

  • Achieved by applying product
    locally to the skin.
  • Fast acting – will feel local effect
    almost immediately.
  • Will not produce psychoactive
    effects. Apply only to affected area.
  • Helps with pain, inflammation,
    reduces scarring.
  • Also has positive effects on
    psoriasis and eczema.

PRODUCTS: Sublime Topicals


Info For First Time Users

Is this your first time ingesting medical marijuana? We’ve all been there. Here are some quick tips to get you started:

  • Start small. Whether you are smoking, vaping or ingesting, it’s important to see how the product affects you. 5 mg is usually a good starting point.
  • Take your time. Depending on the product, it can take more than an hour to feel the full effect of the medical marijuana. If it’s your first time, don’t plan on going anywhere for a couple of hours. Don’t take another dose just because you are not feeling the effects.
  • Feeling uncomfortable? Try relaxing. The effects will wear off with time. You can also try getting fresh air, eating a healthy meal, laying down or taking a cold bath. Overconsumption is rare, but can be managed with these measures.