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When legalization begins on Oct. 17, consumers will still have to wait a year to lawfully buy the heavy stuff: Extracts, concentrates and the edibles that can be made from them. But for many entrepreneurs, those products are already big business. Here's a selection from the Sunrise Wellness Foundation dispensary in Vancouver

Cannabis tinctures from various companies are displayed at the Sunrise Wellness Foundation dispensary in Vancouver.

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'Shatter' is cannabis oil that has been extracted mechanically and hardened into a thin, clear, peanut-brittle-like substance.

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'Sugar' is a more a powdery kind of cannabis concentrate.

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At Sunrise, cannabis concentrate can come in sauce form ...

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As live rosin ...

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... or as bubble hash.

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Concentrates and extracts can be used in a lot of everyday products, edible or otherwise. Here's cannabis bath salt ...

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Tea ...

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Balms to treat arthritis ...

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.. and snacks for your dog.

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