A lot of people nowadays have discovered the benefits that come with CBD oil. For those who are unaware, CBD is a type of cannabinoid, which is a chemical found in the cannabis and hemp plants.
There are countless ways to enjoy the fruits of the marijuana plant and chances are you've tried them all. From spliffs and blunts to bongs and pipes, each method has its own pros and cons when it comes to enjoying a nice strain. However, all of them have one major drawback: smoke. Dab rigs and vaporizers are a great way to experience cannabis without any of the harmful byproducts of combustion.
Indoor cannabis growth depends heavily on genetics and quality of the artificial lighting. Generally, labels such as “indoor” or “outdoor” are a bit arbitrary when it comes to strain seeds. What we actually mean by the term “indoor seed”, is the strain’s ability to survive in climates that most resemble artificial environments and its response to plant training.
Attention to detail can make the difference between average and great cannabis products. Growing cannabis or hemp commercially is a multi-step process, so taking a holistic approach is especially important.
In the process of cultivating quality cannabis, the first priority is sourcing quality genetics. Then, it’s all about taking care of the plants, tending to their needs, then finally, comes the crucial (but time consuming) part of harvesting, drying and curing, which can make or break the product.
Is there a way for businesses to benefit from a proper curing process without risking delays and interruptions in the supply chain?
For a professional cannabis copywriter, a trip to Amsterdam is both pleasure and work. Although the legalization of marijuana is gaining ground all over the world, the capital of the Netherlands is where it all started. But are things as smooth as they seem?
I traveled to Amsterdam for three days and I tried out as many strains in as many coffee shops as I could. Read all about my experience here!
It is easy to find a CBD wholesaler for your business, who buy copious amounts of hemp directly from manufacturers and then re-sell it at a profit. Then they fund the production of their own CBD, while still making a profit on the product they sell. This behavior creates a flawed perception of the market for investors, as it provides a look not on consumer buying trends, but on wholesalers. The legal requirements for the purchase of CBD, hemp or marijuana biomass differ from state to state.