Since 2015, our goal has been to create a variety of edibles that redefines what a cannabis ingestible should be. From our hand crafted approach to making chocolates, tinctures, topicals and beverages we’ve dedicated ourselves to creating safe, delicious premium products that you can feel good about eating. We fully support and understand the importance for patients to have access to edibles, as not everyone is able to smoke their medicine.


We take great pride and care for each order ensuring beyond satisfaction.


You can find Sweet Jane Edibles in the best dispensaries across the country. Our award-winning products have become quite popular- and for good reason. Every edible order is custom made fresh after you make your purchase.

We take pride in doing things the right way, and we never cut corners. There’s no rushing when it comes to making our decadently gourmet edibles. If your favourite dispensary doesn’t have every Sweet Jane Edible, or they are out of stock, that’s the reason why.

Ordering directly from our website ensures you receive the freshest edible infused with the ideal cannabinoid combination that suits your needs.


When we began crafting our premium line of cannabis-infused edibles, our main priority is the quality of our therapeutically beneficial products and earning the trust of our customers. We take your safety and health very seriously.
  • We fully decarboxylate our oil which is free of any solvents or chemicals; We test each batch so you know exactly what you are ingesting.
  • We have perfected our process to consistently make the safest, highest-quality pharmaceutical grade cannabis THC and CBD extracts possible. We do all this to infuse our premium sweets and products without degrading the cannabinoid potency.
  • Our process ensures 98% of all cannabinoids, terpenes, and other beneficial phytocompounds present are active.


Understanding the cannabinoid content in any cannabis product you consume is important- especially with edibles. Because everyone’s experience with cannabis-infused edibles will be different, it is important to understand lab testing results


All plants, including cannabis, have terpenes. A third-party lab test is used to identify which terpenes (and their amount) are in a specific cannabis strain. The resin glands on plants produce the smell and taste possess their own therapeutic properties. When combined with beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes produce many health benefits.

CBD/THC ratio

While there are many beneficial cannabinoids derived from cannabis, the two most commonly tested cannabinoids are THC and CBD. THC may produce a psychoactive or high feeling whereas CBD is non-psychoactive in nature.


If the cannabis grown is treated with any pesticide, fungicide, or herbicide, a screening will show any levels of these harmful contaminants.


Solvents are used when extracting beneficial terpenes and cannabinoids from a cannabis plant. Solvents used in the extraction process may leave residual chemicals like ethanol, acetone, propane, and carbon dioxide. These residual compounds may be harmful.


If the cannabis plant has mould or bacteria present at the time of harvest, a microbiological test can detect these contaminants. Consuming high levels of mould and bacteria can have adverse side effects.


Heavy metals like aluminum should never be present in cannabis or cannabis-infused products. Through third-party testing, trace amounts of heavy metals can be identified.