Cannabis in Manitoba

Cannabis in Manitoba

Liquor and cannabis.

Unlike alcohol, there is currently no official “dose” of cannabis.

When consuming alcohol, most users know that beer, wine, and spirits contain different amounts of alcohol. The same is true for cannabis. Some products may contain very little THC or CBD, while others may contain very high amounts of one or both of these compounds.

Similar to alcohol consumption, there can be a wide spectrum of effects on the user when consuming cannabis.

Public health experts suggest that when people use cannabis, they shouldn’t combine it with other substances including alcohol. The more of these risky behaviours you engage in when using cannabis, the higher your risk of harms. When cannabis and alcohol are combined, the side effects can lead to serious impairment.

Cannabis and liquor affect people in different ways, and mixing them can lead to unpredictable effects. The effects of either substance may be stronger or the combination may produce different, unexpected reactions.

The risks of consuming cannabis with liquor include: