Our pharmaceutical cannabis strains are converted to whole-plant, botanical extract; using multiple super-critical and sub-critical CO2 extraction protocols and established pharmaceutical ethanol-based fractionation methods.

This allows us to achieve unrivaled purity, consistency and safety in our extracts.  LeafLine Lab's extract based medications contain the whole botanical matrix of cannabinoids and terpenes required for maintaining the important “entourage effect" in our medications.  All products are independently lab tested and meet potency and safety precision that mirrors the pharmaceutical industry.  We call these medications Botaniceuticals: the precision, safety and dosing advantages of a pharmaceutical matched with the effective, natural complex whole-plant cannabis effect our patients need.

  • No pesticides in our growing process.
  • No diluting agents or solutions are added to our 100% pure cannabis vaporization oils.
  • We include all-natural, health-focused ingredients in our oral formats including sprays, solutions and capsules.
  • Topical cream and extended release patch formulations are developed and in production – authorized for sale Aug 1st 2017.
  • GMP-Ready and FOCUS Certified.

Tangerine

THC > CBD

Most cannabis related research published until now has demonstrated that THC in appropriate amounts is responsible for many of the therapeutic effects for which cannabis is known.  

THC works better when other cannabinoids like CBD are also present along with terpenes in the medication. We formulate our medications to maintain precise cannabinoid (THC, CBD etc.) quantities.

The THC in the medication can help improve appetite, reduce chronic pain, alleviate anxiety and more. This benefit comes without the risk of respiratory depression and high levels of addiction that current prescription opioid pain medications do.


Heather

THC = CBD

Some studies have looked at combinations of cannabinoids which include a roughly equal amount of THC and CBD.  Combining THC and CBD in similar amounts diminishes the sedating psychoactive effect possible with higher THC concentrations while increasing the overall targeted therapeutic effect of the medication.  CBD and THC also work very well together for certain pain related conditions.  Our pharmacists commonly advise this type of medication for painful muscle spasm disorders, neuropathic pain, select cancer related pain and other conditions.


Cobalt

THC < CBD

Cannabidiol, or CBD is usually the second most common cannabinoid in the cannabis plant.  CBD is less sedating and has no psychoactive effect on patients. CBD was first studied for its anti-seizure properties and it is utilized to treat epilepsy and other seizure disorders. Recent research has also highlighted the neuro-protective and anti-inflammatory roles CBD plays.  CBD also has its own pain relieving properties and works through multiple biochemical mechanisms in the human body.  Finally, CBD when combined with THC and other cannabinoids and terpenes helps minimize the psychoactive (high) effects of unopposed THC.  Our pharmacists often recommend Cobalt medications with our other medications to achieve even better results in some patients. 


Oral Solution

Cannabis oils are suspended in a stable, all-natural homogenized liquid which is ingested orally. Solutions are ideal for children or adults who cannot swallow capsules.  Oral formulations take a longer time to take effect and usually last 8-12 hours.  Solutions come in unflavored and flavored versions. 

Sublingual Spray

Purified cannabis oil is formatted into a tincture which can be placed under the tongue with a spray top or a dropper.  Tinctures were perhaps the earliest form of cannabis based medication and were relatively common in the 1800s.  If left under the tongue, tinctures absorb quickly. Tinctures can be an alternative to vaporization if patients do not want to inhale medication.

Purified cannabis oil is formatted into a tincture which can be placed under the tongue with a spray top or a dropper.  Tinctures were perhaps the earliest form of cannabis based medication and were relatively common in the 1800s.  If left under the tongue, tinctures absorb quickly. Tinctures can be an alternative to vaporization if patients do not want to inhale medication.

 

Vaporization Oils

This extract medication is 100% cannabis oil with no potentially harmful dilution agents like polyethylene glycol (PEG) or glycerine.  The medication in a vaporizer is gently heated and turns into a warm mist which is then inhaled and absorbed very quickly.  This occurs at a much lower temperature than smoking cannabis and no smoke is produced. Therapeutic effects can be seen within in a few minutes when a vaporizer is used. Vaporizers can come with prepackaged oil cartridges or oils that patients load into a personal vaporizer themselves.

This extract medication is 100% cannabis oil with no potentially harmful dilution agents like polyethylene glycol (PEG) or glycerine.  The medication in a vaporizer is gently heated and turns into a warm mist which is then inhaled and absorbed very quickly.  This occurs at a much lower temperature than smoking cannabis and no smoke is produced. Therapeutic effects can be seen within in a few minutes when a vaporizer is used. Vaporizers can come with prepackaged oil cartridges or oils that patients load into a personal vaporizer themselves.

 

Topical Formats 

Topical and Transdermal applications available August 1st, 2017.

Topical and Transdermal applications available August 1st, 2017.

 

Oral Capsules

Our oral capsules are formulated in multiple concentrations and provide longer-term relief of symptoms, much like oral solutions.  Capsules have a sustained release effect which can last 8-12 hours.  LeafLine capsules are specially formulated and are stable at room temperature.  They do not need to be refrigerated.

Our oral capsules are formulated in multiple concentrations and provide longer-term relief of symptoms, much like oral solutions.  Capsules have a sustained release effect which can last 8-12 hours.  LeafLine capsules are specially formulated and are stable at room temperature.  They do not need to be refrigerated.