Cannabis Company Dosist Pops Up in Toronto for 10 Days
Dosist, the California-based “health and happiness” company whose proprietary cannabis pens allow users to imbibe controlled doses of marijuana, is hosting a pop-up event in Toronto. The 10-day “wellness platform” will include panels with experts and industry leaders, interactive activities like guided meditation, and educational information about plant-based therapy.
Cannabis concentrates and vapourizers may not be legal in Canada but that doesn’t mean Dosist—whose pens were voted one of TIME magazine’s top 25 inventions of 2016—shouldn’t get the word out. After all, the company advocates for a more responsible approach to marijuana use, thanks to the controlled 2.25mg pulls its pens allow, and is hoping to drum up support for its product north of the border. “With the world turning to Toronto this week it is the perfect moment for us to bring our wellness platform to the city and put a spotlight on the importance of education and access to dose-controlled cannabis solutions for Canadians,” says Dosist CEO Gunner Winston.
FASHION’s features editor Greg Hudson reviewed their dose pens on a recent trip to Malibu, declaring that “there’s something about it that feels religious. I find that I want to share Dosist with others the same way missionaries want to preach the Good News: “It worked for me, and it can work for you!””
To learn more about the Dosist philosophy, head to the pop-up, which is open to the public from September 8 to 16 at 464 King Street West.