Make Cannabis Edibles

Many of my patients have tried it or want to learn more about it. One of them, an educated, successful and anxious man in his 40s, recently told me he tried mixing CBD oil in his tea, but it didn’t make him calmer. Then he rubbed the oil on his injured knee, and pronounced it […]

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Edibles offer investors a way to play both the cannabis and wellness markets in California California’s cannabis edibles market is growing within a legal industry that could grow to $3.7 billion in 2018 and reach $5.1 billion to rival the beer market by 2019. While the cultivation and concentrates markets are getting most of the […]

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As marijuana grows up, the clear plastic baggie just won’t do anymore. Pot retailers need better containers to hold their merchandise as commercial weed goes mainstream. And therein lies both a lucrative new market and a minefield of potential legal and public relations disasters for packaging companies looking to spur growth. The legal cannabis industry […]

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Canada Gets Lit Canada’s cannabis products and markets will get better. After a rocky start where the few open retailers could push sub-par product, competition in 2019 will drive quality back up. Eco-Awareness A bona fide anti-packaging waste movement will emerge in 2019 to counter the increasingly huge cannabis waste stream created by over-regulation. Price […]

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2019 is undoubtedly going to be an advantageous year for cannabis in Canada, as the country irons out the bumps of the legalization of cannabis in 2018. Ronan Levy, a Canadian cannabis pioneer and Chief Corporate Officer General Counsel of Canadian Cannabis Clinics and Chief Strategic Officer of Trait Biosciences, has offered some insights about what […]

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OTTAWA — Canadians won’t be allowed to buy cannabis-infused booze when other marijuana-laced “edibles” become legal next fall, under new rules the federal government proposed Thursday. The regulations say cannabis-infused alcoholic products would not be permitted in Canada, except where the alcohol content is minimal, such as in tinctures meant to be consumed a few […]

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Certain cannabis-infused candies could start disappearing from store shelves across Washington early next year. The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board announced during a meeting Wednesday that it will “reevaluate” all edible marijuana products in an effort to cut back on products that may be appealing to children. Washington state, which legalized recreational pot in […]

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A parent says her daughter became ill after consuming a cannabis edible product at a high school dance in Sarnia. Mary Jo Ritchie McLean said an administrator at Alexander Mackenzie secondary school called her Friday at about 1 p.m. to say her daughter was being taken to hospital. “My daughter had eaten edible marijuana, is what I got told,” Ritchie McLean said. “They said […]

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WORCESTER – As the cannabis industry takes root in the Massachusetts economy, many communities are worried they will see an increase in schoolchildren using products meant for adult consumption. Edibles such as cookies, soda, gummies, chocolates and ribbon candy are just a few of the hundreds of types of cannabis-infused edibles. “I’m very concerned about […]

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OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) – 73-year-old Judy gave the gift of pot to herself, unafraid to vape and smoke inside the lounge at the Magnolia dispensary in Oakland. She said she has been smoking marijuana since the 1960s, and thought the perfect way to relax on Christmas Eve was to buy some marijuana. “I just learned […]

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