Frequently Asked Questions and Marijuana Benefits

Frequently Asked Questions

Sweet Leaf Concentrates FAQ

Do you offer bulk discounts?

We do!! Prices are adjusted directly in your cart at 7, 14, or 28 grams. We do this so you can mix and match strains.

What is your ID Policy?

We require ID as verification of age. We will not sell to anyone under the age of 19 ever!!

What methods of payment do you accept?

All payments are made via INTERAC eTransfer – Canada’s safe, discreet and convenient email-based bank to bank electronic money transfer system. No account details are given and just an email and a Canadian bank account are required. Both parties specify their emails to use and set a password for extra security.

What are the postal rates? How long for delivery?

Shipping is charged at a flat rate of $20. All items are shipped via Canada Post’s Xpresspost service. Deliveries arrive in one to three business days. All of our packages come with package tracking and $100 liability coverage.

Does SweetLeaf guarantee the arrival of products?

All the parcels are sent by Canada Post. Express shipping with tracking. We only send to the address on file. We will guarantee arrival of the package by evidence of tracking number or we will cover the total cost of the package if it does not show up. Once Package shows delivered status SweetLeaf Concentrates accepts no responsibility, unless the package was delivered to the wrong address as verified by Canada Post.

Do you send overseas or to other countries?

No. Unfortunately we can only ship within Canada.

Do I have to use my real name?

We suggest you use your real name, because if you are not at home when the delivery is made, you will receive a Canada Post “For Pick Up” slip and have to go pick it up at a nearby post office. If your identification doesn’t match the name on the parcel you won’t be able to pick it up. However, if you want to use a fake name don’t make it something obvious or suspicious and make sure you are at home when the delivery arrives.

Where is the shatter sourced from?

All of our shatter is sourced from all bud run. Never from trim.

How long do you take to process an order?

Processing generally takes one business day.

Is my signature required?

We do not require your signature on delivery, but it is available by request. Should you wish to sign for your package please request it in your order notes.

Your Medicinal Benefits of Marijuana Questions

Medicinal Uses of Marijuana by SweetLeaf Concentrates

According to the Mayo Clinic, Medical marijuana is effective in controlling many forms of pain and has many benefits such as alleviating nausea and vomiting due to chemotherapy; Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS); Anorexia due to HIV/AIDS; Chronic pain; Crohn’s disease; Epilepsy or seizures; Glaucoma; Multiple sclerosis or severe muscle spasms; Nausea, vomiting or severe wasting associated with cancer treatment; Terminal illness; and Tourette syndrome.


Cannabinoids, the active components of marijuana, inhibit tumor growth in laboratory animals and also kill cancer cells. THC that targets cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2 is similar in function to endocannabinoids, which are cannabinoids that are naturally produced in the body and activate these receptors. The researchers suggest that THC or other designer agents that activate these receptors might be used in a targeted fashion to treat lung cancer.


Since medicinal marijuana was legalized in California, doctors have reported that they have been able to treat more than 300,000 cases of migraines that conventional medicine couldn’t through marijuana.

Multiple Sclerosis

Marijuana’s effects on multiple sclerosis patients became better documented when former talk-show host, Montel Williams began to use pot to treat his MS. Marijuana works to stop the neurological effects and muscle spasms that come from the fatal disease.

IBS (inflammatory bowel diseases) and Crohn’s

Marijuana has shown that it can help with symptoms of the chronic diseases as it stops nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhea.

Tourette’s Syndrome

Tourette’s syndrome is a neurological condition characterized by uncontrollable facial grimaces, tics, and involuntary grunts, snorts and shouts. Dr. Kirsten Mueller-Vahl of the Hanover Medical College in Germany led a team that investigated the effects of chemicals called cannabinols in 12 adult Tourette’s patients. A single dose of the cannabinol produced a significant reduction in symptoms for several hours compared to placebo, the researchers reported.


Marijuana’s treatment of glaucoma has been one of the best documented. There isn’t a single valid study that exists that disproves marijuana’s very powerful and popular effects on glaucoma patients.

Premenstrual Syndrome

Just like marijuana is used to treat IBS, it can be used to treat the cramps and discomfort that causes PMS symptoms. Using marijuana for PMS actually goes all the way back to Queen Victoria.


A well documented USC study done about a year ago showed that marijuana is not only a perfect alternative for Ritalin but treats the disorder without any of the negative side effects of the pharmaceutical.


Marijuana is a muscle relaxant and has “antispasmodic” qualities that have proven to be a very effective treatment for seizures. There are actually countless cases of people suffering from seizures that have only been able to function better through the use of marijuana.


Despite what you may have heard about marijuana’s effects on the brain, the Scripps Institute, in 2006, proved that the THC found in marijuana works to prevent Alzheimer’s by blocking the deposits in the brain that cause the disease.


A study published in 2014 found that an isolated cannabis compound, cannabidiol (CBD), exhibited effects that may suppress the inflammation and oil production associated with acne. The study was performed using human sebocytes, which are special skin cells that produce oil in the skin.


The connection between cannabis and endometriosis is a complex one. Some research suggests that cannabinoid medicines may provide pain relief to those with endometriosis. Others have found dysregulations in endocannabinoid levels during certain phases of the menstrual cycle. These imbalances were found in tissue samples taken from women with endometriosis. More research is needed to figure out just how cannabis and cannabis medicines affect the disorder, but endometriosis may be one of the possible medical uses of cannabis.