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Christina Lake Cannabis increases average THC concentration of distillate oils to over 90%

Stockhouse Editorial
1 Comment| June 30, 2021

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Christina Lake Cannabis Corp. (CLC) (CSE.CLC, Forum) – a federally licensed cultivator, processor and vendor under the Cannabis Act since 2019 – has announced announce that it has succeeded in its efforts to consistently produce cannabis distillate oils with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration of 90% or higher – a benchmark that is considered to be highly prestigious in the vaping industry.

Based on 2020 data from Health Canada, approximately 37% of Canadian cannabis consumers were users of vape pens, e-cigarettes, and vapourizers1. With the introduction of “Cannabis 2.0” in early 2020 (allowing the production of beverages, edibles, and other everyday products with cannabis), several new categories of cannabis products had emerged from which there was new demand for extracts such as distillate oils.

A certificate of analysis dated June 17, 2021 has confirmed that CLC’s distillate oils consistently contain a THC concentration of 90.4%, which is a very critical component for licensed producers who seek to make products containing THC.


As of June 2021, CLC has been able to consistently produce distillate oil (pictured above) with a THC concentration of 90.4%. The distinct transparency of the liquid is indicative of its purity and is a key element of its appeal for licensed producers and legal-aged cannabis users alike. Photo courtesy Christina Lake Cannabis Corp.


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FULL DISCLOSURE: Christina Lake Cannabis Corp. is a client of Stockhouse Publishing.


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