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Organic refers to the process in which a crop is cultivated. Organic methods are derived from living matter and refrain from the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, GMOs, industrial solvents, and other artificial inputs. TGOD's organic process recycles resources, promotes ecological balance, conserves biodiversity, and ultimately produces a safer end-product.
TGOD is a consumer oriented business and truly believes that cultivating organically is the best way to provide consumers with the safe, high-quality, products they deserve.
TGOD is certified organic by Pro-Cert. Pro-Cert is one of North America’s most recognized organic certification bodies.
Yes, 100% of our cannabis is certified organically grown. We take pride in being one of the only Licensed Producers in Canada to offer an entire portfolio of certified organically grown products.
No, most cannabis is not organic, let alone certified organically grown. Certified organically grown cannabis requires adhering to strict guidelines with sustainability in mind, and to grow without the use of chemicals or artificial additives that are not naturally derived. This is in addition to any Health Canada guidelines set as a standard for the industry. We use natural sunlight, living soil, purified rainwater, and only natural inputs for fertilization and pest control. Our methods ensure we maintain a symbiotic relationship between the plant and its environment. Our living soil is a living ecosystem of beneficial enzymes and microbes that help the plant genetics grow strong, healthy immune systems. This method of growing cannot be replicated in artificial growing mediums like hydroponic liquids or stone wool.
Cannabinoids are the active compounds found within cannabis. The two most commonly discussed cannabinoids are THC and CBD, due to the fact that they are found in relatively high concentrations in the plant. THC is the main active ingredient within cannabis. It is the compound that is attributed to producing the majority of the psychoactive effects of cannabis. CBD is the second most prominent compound within cannabis. CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid and has many therapeutic effects.
Anecdotally, Indica is most commonly associated with pain-relief and sedation, whereas Sativa is often described as providing a mentally stimulating effect; hybrids are thought to have a combination of traits from both Indica and Sativa strains. CBD strains, on the other hand, are typically non-intoxicating. They are commonly used to relieve pain and inflammation, and as an anticonvulsant.
Cannabinoids are the active compounds found within cannabis. Over 100 cannabinoid compounds have been isolated within the cannabis plant. The two most commonly discussed cannabinoids are THC and CBD.
Cannabis oils should never be smoked or vaporized as these oils are made with organic olive oil.
TGOD suggests exercising caution while using medical cannabis. Combining cannabis and alcohol is not recommended.
TGOD produces cannabis extracts using supercritical fluid CO2 extraction technology. We include a decarboxylation step in our process, which involves heating the cannabis above 120 degrees Celsius, to ensure that the medicinal compounds contained in our cannabis oils are biologically active.
Decarboxylation is the process of applying heat to the dried cannabis, which activates cannabinoids in the plant.
A carrier oil is a neutral base oil used to make our cannabis oils easier to dose and easier for our bodies to absorb.
Terpenes are the aromatic compounds that give each strain of cannabis its unique flavour and scent. These compounds are found throughout the natural world, which is why certain strains may have familiar notes of citrus, pine, pepper, or hops. Our terpene profiles are determined through lab testing, and show the amounts of some of the key terpenes present in the strain.
Medical cannabis should be stored in a cool, dark location for optimal results. Health Canada states “the ideal storage temperature for the finished dried cannabis product is 2 °C to 6 °C.
The Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) was a set of regulations put forth by Health Canada to give qualified patients access to safe, high-quality, medical cannabis. Under these regulations, patients are required to obtain a medical document from their physician, which acts as a prescription. As of October 17, 2018, the ACMPR has been replaced by the Cannabis Act.
Bill C-45, The Cannabis Act, creates a legal and regulatory framework for controlling the production, distribution, sale and possession of cannabis in Canada. This framework was informed by the recommendations of the Task Force on Cannabis Legalization and Regulation.
Under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), an individual can carry a maximum of 150 grams of dried marijuana, or 30 times their daily authorized amount at any one time, whichever is less. Recreational consumers can posses up to 30 grams of dried legal cannabis or equivalent in non-dried form in public.
Adults who are 18 or 19 years of age or older, depending on province, will legally be able to grow up to four cannabis plants per household for personal use, from licensed seeds or seedlings from licensed suppliers. TGOD is currently not offering any clones or seeds for sale.
According to Transport Canada, passengers will be permitted to have a legal amount of cannabis, which is 30 grams, in either their carry on or checked bag, if they are flying to a domestic destination. It is illegal to travel outside of Canada with cannabis.
The Cannabis Act clearly states that driving while under the influence of marijuana is illegal.
All of TGOD's products are cultivated to the highest standards of organic cultivation and are rigorously tested by accredited, Health Canada qualified, 3rd party labs.
TGOD is proud to say that we do not e-beam or irradiate our certified organic flower.
TGOD does not use any synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. Instead, we use organic methods to control pests, such as Integrated Pest Control Management. This method uses beneficial bugs to protect our crops from invasive pests.
TGOD prides itself on being an industry leader in sustainability through all aspects of our business. We chose to use glass as our packaging material based on its superior functionality and eco-friendliness.
The Green Organic Dutchman is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) under the ticker symbol "TGOD". If you're looking to invest, talk with your broker or get in touch with our investor relations team at
All of TGOD's press releases are available through our investor page on our website,, and on
Canaccord is currently analyzing our Company and has released a 40-page research report reviewing our entire business. You can obtain a copy of this report from your broker. Canaccord has rated TGOD a speculative buy. We anticipate other research analysts will cover us in the future.
Both the Ancaster and Valleyfield sites are on track to meet the expected production ramp-up dates that were set during the project planning phase.

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