Stop & Smell The Roses is dedicated to ending the negative stigma around the cannabis industry and educating people on the hemp and cannabis plants. We understand that the cannabis industry is new and quickly emerging; that’s why we pride ourselves on providing as much information as possible to our communities.
Currently, we educate using the following outlets:
By booking a free consultation, you’ll have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with one of our industry experts. During the consultation, you can ask us any and all questions about the hemp and cannabis plants. Whether you use medicinally or recreationally, our experts will be able to speak to you about intake methods, how to safely consume cannabis and the benefits of waiting until you are 19 to consume.
As the cannabis industry continues to grow, it is becoming increasingly important to ensure Ontario communities are properly informed. We speak to different communities about all things hemp and cannabis plant, including but not limited to: the history of Canadian cannabis; cannabis legalization in Ontario; safe consumption of cannabis; cannabis strains; hemp nutrition.
Every week we release an educational article on our website – each week covers a new industry topic.
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