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#5554 Og Shark

Posted by theCerberus on 26 November 2014 - 04:25 AM

Not quite cured right. Buds are dry but still have some flavor. Skunk diesel aroma with a bit of earthiness. This strain is a bit weaker than the Pink Kush but it was definitely cured better. Mild painkilling effects.

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#7229 Tilrays Supply Pattern Nearly Identical To Peace Naturals Products Disaster

Posted by theCerberus on 08 January 2015 - 08:27 PM

All they can keep in stock is shake.

From best LP with a dozen or so strains to an LP that sells out new stock in an hour or so.

Never a decent supply of Sativas or CBD strains in stock. Now the Indicas are going fast too.

Patients are limited to purchasing a month of medicine, and the LPs cant get it back in stock in that timeframe.

It's amazing how Health Canada is OK with this happening.

Once decent producers cant keep up with demand.


Then theres the shake that they try to pass off as premilled bud. Its not right, a medical patient deserves to have the highest quality medicine and nothing less.

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#7567 Master Kush

Posted by theCerberus on 14 January 2015 - 03:26 AM

This is a fantastic strain for pain and appetite. It has aromas of berries, skunk and kush. Cured correctly in all the batches I've had. The last 29.5% THC batch is nice and sticky, but surprisingly not that strong, it is however, very long lasting. It also had the smallest buds of all 3.

It is definitely not worth the high price they charge, I've had cheaper, better dispensary bud, but I would buy it again just because of how well the strain works for my ailment.



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#8209 Interview With Christian Groh Of Privateer Holdings

Posted by bkierans on 04 February 2015 - 04:47 PM

'Privateer Holdings is a private equity company focused exclusively on the cannabis space.
Privateer’s portfolio of companies include: Leafly, Tilray and now Marley Natural. Marley Natural promises to be the first global brand of cannabis.'
Full transcript and podcast:


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#2103 Hello Folks! Any Safe-For-Work (Minimum Buzz) Cbd Tincture Recipes?

Posted by panaceaplant on 14 June 2013 - 06:11 PM

Hi all :),


I will be going back to work soon. I went on leave initially because I could no longer manage to sustain full-time employment (though I tried for several years), following a car accident that left me with back and neck pain.  The pain is still there unfortunately, and I can control it just fine with herb when it gets too bad.  But then there's the buzz.  I like a mild buzz.  But I can't be buzzed at work.  I understand that CBD is the component in cannabis that relieves pain and is pretty much buzz-less.  So if anyone can recommend a strain/strains heavy in CBD and light on the THC (buzz) and/or techniques on how to get the most CBD extracted, to make a tincture safe for work (SFW), I would very much appreciate it.  



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#5671 Equinox

Posted by theCerberus on 01 December 2014 - 07:58 PM

This strain sucks. Cured improperly. Dry rock hard buds. no flavour or aroma present. A bit head high, but mostly body, and quite weak. This is now the worst strain I've had from tilray. terrible.


Tilray's Diamond OG is better than this strain :( and I really did not like Diamond OG!

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#10582 Tilray Donated $10K For Some Fireworks

Posted by theCerberus on 18 June 2015 - 07:44 PM



OK. These guys are ripping us off and throwing $10k fireworks parties to boot.


They couldnt put that $10k into lowering the costs?


Maybe this is some sort of tax write off, but they could have at least donated to a real charity.... how about one of the many illnesses their patients suffer from?


How can I be happy the city of Nanaimo got a great fireworks show at the expense of ripping off medical patients?


Sorry to be negative. I understand the nature of a donation to their heritage day festival is a positive thing, but it just doesnt seem productive to literally blow up $10,000 when you have the highest prices on the market for medicine that chronically ill and dying people are taking.

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#8199 Jean Guy - At Long Last A Sativa From Tilray!

Posted by bkierans on 03 February 2015 - 11:11 PM

At long last a sativa from Tilray! (it's been too long)

A Sativa made it's way into my cart! (I can afford it)

At 9$/g this sativa was amazingly priced for the short time that it lasted on Tilray's store front. I wonder when this strain or any sativa in my price range, below 10$/g, will be available again, hopefully before April 2015.

I've been waiting to try get another good sativa from Tilray since Green Cush. They've truly delivered with this strain. Some may be disappointed with the THC content, but the effects are very strong. I've never had this mythical strain from my home province so I was very anxious to taste it since from what I had read about it would appeal to me. Citrus and Pine dominate the flavours when vapped through the volcano at 385. 


I got some nice big buds in my bag, nicely manicured. The buds are extremely fragrant. Citrus, Pine. Lemon. 


Excellent for daytime medicating for cramps and pain. I would purchase this strain again if Tilray grew it again for a decent price.


I had a big issue with shipping. I never received a shipping noticed for this order. When I called to speak to the customer service agents they weren't able to get me a tracking number or even confirm when my order had been shipped. I spoke to three different agents and I while 2 of them promised to call me back only one of them called me back to say they couldn't find it. 


My package did show up, with a tree ornament in it. Silver Medal.






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#5623 Tilray House Blend Sativa

Posted by bkierans on 28 November 2014 - 04:55 PM

Tiray's cheapest offering per gram at 5$/g so far. In the classic sense this is what you would get from the street dealer if they were at the bottom of their bag, lots of steams and shake, very few buds.  I knew this would probably be the case when I bought the product. I really wanted the jar so I could put my own obtained cannabis from dispensaries in there ultimately. What I've done with the 15g of 'shake' from Tilray is turn it into hash. The dry ice method of extraction I used is a really safe, simple and fast one. I'm going to be using it for medibles- I haven't decided exactly what I'm going to make but I'm an avid baker so I have lots of options. 


Check back here more updates!



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#11994 Tilray Extract Oil

Posted by Number6 on 25 February 2016 - 08:29 PM

I haven't bought any and likely won't.


Here is the email I received:


We will be releasing the following medical extract @ 8AM PT/11AM ET:

  • Cannabis drops - THC & CBD levels vary by lot:
    • Indica
      • 15.65 mg total THC per mL, 391 mg total THC per bottle
      • 0.03 mg total CBD per mL, 0.75 mg total CBD per bottle
    • Sativa
      • 14.82 mg total THC per mL, 370 mg total THC per bottle
      • 0.3 mg total CBD per mL, 7.85 mg total CBD per bottle
    • Hybrid
      • 20 mg total THC per mL, 500 mg total THC per bottle
      • 0.1 mg total CBD per mL, 2.5 mg total CBD per bottle
    • +CBD
      • 6.95 mg total THC per mL, 174 mg total THC per bottle
      • 11.6 mg total CBD per mL, 290 mg total CBD per bottle
    • 3+:1 +CBD
      • 2.9 mg total THC per mL, 72.5 mg total THC per bottle
      • 10.6 mg total CBD per mL, 265 mg total CBD per bottle

For the purposes of calculating monthly allotment only, each Drops bottle is equivalent to 7 grams of whole flower (Equivalency: 3.6mL = 1g dried cannabis)

To evaluate our initial batch extract products, we are looking for your feedback through an online survey. Through your feedback and purchases, we will be determining which extracts to continue to produce. Here is the survey link:http://ow.ly/UlVVH

We sincerely appreciate that you've chosen Tilray as your Licensed Producer.  As these extracts are new to the legal marketplace, our Patient Services team is available to answer any questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year at 1-844-TILRAY1 (845-7291) or tilray@tilray.ca.

Warm Regards,

Team Tilray

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#10302 Cheese

Posted by Brian.cannabis.ca on 30 May 2015 - 01:50 PM



lot 7624858630565286


More details later! 

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#9964 Digweed Cbd - 1:1 Flower Power

Posted by bkierans on 28 April 2015 - 09:02 PM

Tilray's Digweed CBD is a twist on the familiar Digweed indica bud. The CBD profile exhibits a very similar flavour profile: very flowery and citrus flavour, with what I've grown to distinguish amongst some CBD strains as a familiar mango flavour. I would like to se the full cannabinoid profile posted by Tilray someday to see the terpenes %  :) 


I think that there are better CBD strains like Tilray's Island Sweet CBD or Snow Dawg, Digweed CBD is a very middle of road CBD strain, better than Mango Haze CBD and Nordel when I've had them. 


Digweed CBD is a 1:1 THC to CBD strain, I used it for appetite stimulation, anti-flammatory, anti-anxity, and analgesic. I mostly used this strain during the daytime, I found it very focusing, medicating but without feeling sedate like the high THC version of this strain.


The bag appeal was pretty good: orange big buds, well manicured- what I've grown to expect for paying such a high price. Could there be a cheaper option on the horizon than 9$/g for CBD strain from Tilray? We've seen one strain at 7$/g, Fruit Spirit- I hope for more, especially quality CBDs.


The ordering process was still awful at the time of purchase in December 2014, intense shortages were occurring at the time. No other shipping options other than Purolator. CanadaPost would be a needed option from Tilray.


CBD is a pretty popular cannabinoid today, but as the cannabis plant grows closer towards full acceptance more and more boutique strain will emerge to meet specific needs… So when will these other cannabinoids have their day, tomorrow? CBN is excellent for sleep, CBC promotes bone growth, THC-V is an appetite suppressant, less we never forget THC Old Faithful... only the future will tell. Full cannabinoid test results are needed!




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#10340 Introducing The Tilray Assurance

Posted by theCerberus on 02 June 2015 - 06:49 AM

Introducing The Tilray Assurance

Dear Patient,

As part of our ongoing commitment to improving your experience with Tilray, we’re introducing the Tilray Assurance Program, created specifically for patients who do not have insurance coverage for medical cannabis.
Here are the highlights of the initiatives we are launching today:

  • A $100 to $250 credit when you renew your medical document with Tilray. A thank you to our patients who renew after signing up with us in our first year.  The amount of your credit will be based on your total orders at the time of your renewal, and will be applied when your medical document is reviewed and approved. Patients who have renewed in the last 60 days, are eligible for this benefit and will receive their account credit in the coming days.
  • A $50 credit for first-time patients, issued with the review and approval of a medical document.  Patients who have signed up in the last 60 days will receive their account credit in the coming days.

 Later in June, we will release details of two additional initiatives:

  • A Senior Discount on all orders from eligible patients 65 and older.  
  • A Compassionate Pricing Program for patients who qualify financially.           

We’re proud to be Canada’s only Licensed Producer offering this valuable combination of benefits to patients.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Tilray Support. Helpful experts are available at any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Just call 1-844-TILRAY1 (845-7291) or email us at tilray@tilray.ca.  

To your health,

Philippe Lucas
Vice President of Patient Services and Research



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#10301 Fruit Spirit

Posted by Brian.cannabis.ca on 30 May 2015 - 01:47 PM


lot 5318427459823228 - 7$/g

More details later! :)

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#10273 Interview With Greg Engel Of Tilray

Posted by Brian.cannabis.ca on 27 May 2015 - 09:56 PM

Learn why Greg Engel left a lucrative position in the pharmaceutical industry to become the CEO of a cannabis cultivation company called Tilray. Tilray is part of Privateer Holdings portfolio and it considered among the best capitalized and most well run Canadian cannabis cultivation companies. There are significant differences between how the government regulates cannabis in Canada in the U.S. We go over some of those differences and more in this interview.
Key Takeaways:
1:12 – What is Tilray
1:37 – Greg’s background
4:00 – Greg discusses innovations he is excited about
5:04 – How Greg’s friends and family feel about his move to cannabis
6:06 – How Canada and the United States differ in cannabis regulation
8:17 – How medical marijuana distributed in Cananda
10:14 – Greg discusses Tilray’s cultivation facility
12:26 – Greg talks about clinical trials
14:57 – Automation in cannabis cultivation
16:04 – Greg explains how Tilray stands out in the industry
19:09 – Why can’t we produce synthetic CBD or THC
20:23 – Greg discusses Tilray’s expansion plans to Uruguay
22:59 – Dispensaries in Vancouver
25:08 – Contact information for Tilray


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#9106 Sour Diesel - The D - Sour D

Posted by bkierans on 25 February 2015 - 01:41 PM

The following week that Jean Guy was released saw another stellar sativa release in late December from Tilray. 

Stellar- by which I mean a release that didn’t break the bank at 9$/g - I got the minimum 5g purchase. 

The first time I medicated with this particular phenotype of this strain I found it to be somewhat overpowering. Some users might experience anxiety or paranoia because of the intense euphoric ‘head high’ that this strain provides. A mild appetite stimulant, I found it very effective against spasticity and stomach cramping. 

Sweet diesel flavour is very pronounced through the volcano at 385’F. 

Frosty, big beautiful nuggets were included in my bag- I’ve been spoiled having them around for the last little while alternating between Jean Guy & Sour Diesel. I wish this were the norm under the MMPR, as opposed to the exception. I would purchase this strain again- but really I will purchase any sativa that I can afford from Tilray while general demand is high and availability remains low.


BATCH # 19994429316334827

THC % 17.80
CBD % 0.10

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#7723 Headband

Posted by theCerberus on 21 January 2015 - 10:42 PM

Dense sticky popcorn buds. Perfectly cured. Now were talking quality here. Wow. finally I'm impressed. It's a damn shame they can't keep this (or any other strain) stocked.

The aroma is very similar to sour diesel, OG and master kush combined, which is its lineage, its sour with a hint of tea and kush flavours.

It smells exactly like Sour Kush (another name for headband) picked up from the local dispensary.

This is the real deal Headband. 27% THC in this case worked out to extremely strong pain killing effects. (THC % does not translate out this way all the time for example 10% THC Hindu Kush is much stronger than 22% THC Diamond OG)


I would maybe even dare say it may have been worth the $13/gram, however dispensaries can match this quality at a lesser price. The buds could be bigger, but it did not effect quality, so its kind of a moot point.

With meds like this I can finally cut down on my dosage, so maybe it will be a bit more cost efficient in the end.

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#8891 Bubba Kush

Posted by theCerberus on 13 February 2015 - 04:29 PM

This is not a review for Bubba Kush.

Tilray released it today at 31.5% THC 0.4% CBD for $15/g

The price is way too outrageous for me try it.

I do not know if it will help my ailment, so its not worth the risk of wasting that much money.

It sold out in 25 minutes.


Also another indica released today JT15.

21.4%THC 0.2%CBD

for $11/g

It sold out in 35 minutes.

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#5558 Hindu Kush

Posted by bkierans on 26 November 2014 - 12:40 PM

I got my first order since August yesterday.  Once I've had a chance to sample this strain thoroughly I will post a review.



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#11432 Tilray's New Op-Ed - Pro-Mmpr

Posted by Brian.cannabis.ca on 28 October 2015 - 07:09 AM

Tilray is a private foreign owned company by Privateer Inc. They shouldn't have any say in domestic Cannabis policy WHATSOEVER. The MMPR should be changed to disallow foreign ownership ASAP! This 'opinion piece' is just self-serving.






After decades of prohibition, Canadians are finally discussing whether cannabis should be sold legally to responsible adults, and if the benefits of taxing, regulating and restricting marijuana would make for better policy than the status quo.

Canadians have made it clear that they support giving people access to medical marijuana and removing the criminal penalties for adults who choose to consume the substance in a responsible manner. According to a recent Leger poll, not only do 86 per cent of Canadians support regulated access to medical cannabis with physician support, 76 per cent believe that health insurance companies should cover the cost. Similarly, another poll found that two-thirds of Canadians favour changing our laws so that people are not given criminal records for minor, non-violent offences.

Increasing public support for both access and research into the therapeutic benefits of medical cannabis, along with the election of prime minister designate Justin Trudeau, who has promised to legalize marijuana, sets the stage for a rethink of our country’s approach to cannabis. The new government should take this on as one of its top priorities.

The good news for Trudeau and his government is that we are not starting from scratch. Canada has one of the most advanced medical cannabis industries in the world, as well as some of the strictest medical cannabis regulations in existence.


For decades, cannabis and community advocates have challenged the status quo and won legal access to medical marijuana by arguing that science, safety, compassion and even commercial success need not be mutually exclusive. In April 2014, Health Canada’s Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR) established a highly regulated, competitive medical cannabis industry. Today, 26 federally licenced producers (LPs), produce and sell medical cannabis under the most rigorous safety and quality standards in the world.

The government’s first priority should be safety. No system of growing and selling cannabis can work without explicit, strict and enforceable rules regulating product quality, safety and security. This means implementing food or pharmaceutical-grade production standards and extending the stringent quality and consistency standards set out in the MMPR to any new sources of marijuana. It means controlling where and how cannabis is grown and sold, to keep it out of the hands of children and to ensure that the profits do not go to criminal elements. And it means creating a public-private partnership to fund clinical research into the use of cannabis in medicinal applications.

New political leadership means opportunities to export not only our expertise but also a supply of rigorously produced and tested medical cannabis to global medical markets

It also means ensuring and improving access for people who rely on medical cannabis, as access to medication is as critical as the discovery of novel therapies. There is no question that not being able to afford medical cannabis prevents or limits patients’ ability to manage their health conditions. If the Trudeau government’s position on marijuana is more than political, it will offer financial relief to patients that is analogous to that offered for other medications and encourage private payers and the provincial drug plans to follow suit.

Beyond financial access, Trudeau’s government will need to address the current product distribution system. Today, medical cannabis is successfully and securely shipped via courier. This direct mail option may well continue to be viable under a new set of regulations. However, being able to legally obtain cannabis at a local outlet also makes a great deal of sense, both as a matter of convenience and as a way to interact with knowledgeable customer-service representatives for what is sometimes a new and confusing product for many people. Canadian law stipulates that licensed producers are the only legal source of medical cannabis, despite the fact that numerous cannabis clubs have been operating in an unregulated manner for many years, while law enforcement has looked the other way.

Storefront cannabis dispensaries could be incorporated into Canada’s current system of regulations. There are examples in other parts of the world where dispensaries have been incorporated into new cannabis industries, ensuring that patients and other consumers benefit from the product knowledge that exists in these community-based organizations, and the expertise that LPs — like my company, Tilray — have developed regarding safe production and distribution.

I am optimistic about the new government’s approach to cannabis. New political leadership means opportunities to export not only our expertise but also a supply of rigorously produced and tested medical cannabis to global medical markets, which are dependent on imports from countries such as Canada. There is enormous potential for Canada to correct the harms caused by cannabis prohibition, generate meaningful tax revenue, protect children and establish this country as a global leader in this rapidly emerging industry.



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