All cannabis distributed under Solstice or any affiliated brands has been reviewed and tested for quality assurance. Our products are carefully crafted using inputs that undergo rigorous testing to ensure that they meet the Solstice Standard. We first started testing products all the way back in 2011, before it was ever mandated by the WSLCB, and we are still committed to upholding this high standard of quality and purity in every product we offer today. 

We believe that cannabis has the power to enhance our lives in meaningful ways, and in order for that to occur it’s important that every product leaving our facility meets the Solstice Standard — a set of principles that ensures our products are safe, effective, and of the highest quality.

At Solstice, we are passionate about the mission to provide the best cannabis products possible. Recently, we have expanded our offerings to provide an even larger variety of strains and products than ever before. We will continue to explore opportunities to expand as long as they align with our mission to bring customers quality products at great value.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an approach to pest control that emphasizes the use of multiple methods to manage pest populations in a way that is both effective and environmentally sustainable. In the context of cannabis cultivation, IPM involves the use of a variety of techniques such as biological control, cultural practices, and chemical control (when necessary) to manage pests and prevent crop damage. IPM also emphasizes the use of monitoring and preventative measures to catch pest infestations early and prevent them from becoming established in the first place. By using IPM strategies, growers can reduce their reliance on pesticides, which can help to prevent exposure to potentially harmful chemicals for workers and consumers alike. Additionally, IPM can also help to preserve beneficial insects and other organisms that play important roles in maintaining ecosystem health. 

Every product leaving our facility is tested to ensure they are clear from trace elements of any pesticide used during the cultivation process. Pesticides include ANY substance that is applied to plants that help prevent pests.

To provide some clarity, here are common WLCB approved pesticides that are be used as needed:

Product Name Ingredient
Green Cleaner Sodium Laurel Sulfate (derived from palm kernel oil or coconut oil)
Mpede Potassium salts of fatty acids
Suffoil-x Mineral oil
Cease Bacillus Subtillus (naturally occurring beneficial bacteria)
PFR97 Isaria Fumosorosea (beneficial fungi)
Stimplex Kelp
Bioceres WP Beauveria Bassiana (beneficial fungi)
Azaguard Azadirachtin (derived from a neem tree)
Zerotol 2.0 Hydrogen Peroxide and Peroxytic Acid
Hydrocarbon Extracts Solvents: Propane and Butane