What is the equivalency factor?
The amount of medical cannabis that you have been authorized to purchase, as stipulated by your healthcare professional and written on your Medical Document, comes in number of grams of dried flower product you are authorized to receive on a daily basis. Many of our customers prefer to buy cannabis oil or softgels. How do you convert the number of grams youíre allowed into a liquid amount or number of softgels?
We do this calculation for you each time you purchase from our online store. Hereís how that calculation is done.
We do this calculation for you each time you purchase from our online store. This equivalency factor converts the grams of dried cannabis into the volume of oil or the number of softgels purchased for the purpose of tracking the purchased amount against the authorized amount in grams per day.
How does this affect your purchase?
Dried flower products are sold in grams, oils in mL, and softgels in milligrams.
What is the equivalency factor for oils on the Bodystream website?
Our gram equivalencies are changing as of September 3. The equivalency factor is based on the quantity of dried cannabis that is required to produce 1 mL of cannabis oil. It takes approximately 1 g of dried flowers to produce 4 mL of cannabis oil. Thus, the equivalency factor is 4:1. Each bottle of oil (40 mL) is equivalent to 10 g of dried flowers on your authorization.
What is the equivalency factor for softgels?
|Red 10 mg THC|
|Blue 10 mg THC|
|Red 2.5 mg THC|
|Blue 2.5 mg THC|
|Yellow 20 mg CBD|
This is also important to determine how much you can possess
Patients can purchase and possess up to their 30-day supply of dried cannabis, or its equivalent, to a maximum of 150 grams. Should the 30-day limit exceed 150 grams, the patient will have to place more than 1 order in the month.
Itís important to remember that the equivalency factor is based on the quantity of dried cannabis that is required to produce 1 mL of cannabis oil and does not take into account the concentration of cannabinoids in different products. For this reason, the equivalency factor is not to be used for dosing calculations. Please speak with your healthcare professional about dosing medical cannabis or refer to the insert that comes with every package.