Growing pains in an emerging industry.
Canadians can’t have enough Wedding Strains, and cannabis stores all over Canada are stocked up with a long list of hybrids descended from the famous Girl Scout Cookies lineage. But where do they come from?
The tracker that brings openness and accountability to the Canadian cannabis industry
Understanding the difference between Equivalent Amounts, Equivalency Factor, and Cannabinoid Concentration.
Terpenes are responsible for the variety of scents and flavours experienced from cannabis. Terpenes also play a role in the type of high you may experience as they work together with THC.
October 17th ushered in a new wave that many in the industry dub legalization 2.0. It consists of edibles, vapes and concentrates. But with new regulations comes new issues.
Canada’s relationship with legal cannabis is evolving the market is developing and consumer behaviours are quite interesting. These are my observations from Alberta.