Health Canada has instructed five licensed cannabis companies to halt the sale of specific ingestible marijuana products categorized as "ingestible extracts" instead of edibles. In Canada, edibles face a maximum THC limit of 10 milligrams per package, while extracts or concentrates are permitted to have much higher THC levels in each package.

In a recent report, data firm Headset analyzed the potential impact of Health Canada's regulations on THC limits for edibles.

Key Takeaways From The Report

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