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The Latest Cannabis Trends to Follow this 2020

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The Latest Cannabis Trends to Follow this 2020

Cannabis may be around for thousands and thousands of years, but you can expect that the plant will undergo new developments as more research is conducted. With the legalization of the plant not only in specific states of the United States but also in entire countries such as Uruguay and Canada, there are bound to be valuable additions to research and development works related to cannabis.

With the mounting mainstream interest in medical and recreational marijuana, more entrepreneurs and companies are starting to focus on the plant. From health and leisure products to new and exciting strains, complete with cannabis-focused establishments, there are plenty of things you should watch out for this 2020. Want to know where to start? Read on!

New Cannabis Strains to Try

First up are newly developed strains that can make anyone’s cannabis journey much more exciting. In the past, experts have estimated that there are almost 800 strains available in various communities across the globe. Quite possibly, there are a lot more cannabis strains than that.

Keep in mind that each strain has its own distinct characteristics that make that strain unique. When casual and expert growers find two strains that they find preferable, they tend to experiment by breeding them to create the perfect strain for them. Because of this, you can bet that there are over 800 varieties of the plant.

This year, you might want to try some of the newest and most exciting strains. Check them out below:

  • The New

Let’s start this list by talking about The New. Yes, this strain is called “The New” because it is, well, new. Developed by Humboldt Seed Organization and Sherbinski, this feminized variety is an indica-dominant hybrid. In fact, it is 80% indica. This means that it is bound to have high levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which can reach up to 28%.

To create this variety, the breeders crossed Sherbinski’s Girl Scout Cookies and a special type of Larry OG. When growing these seeds, you will have to wait up to 65 to 7 days before you see flowers. It can be grown both indoors and outdoors. To learn more about growing seeds and purchasing them, please visit the cannabis seedbank experts at Amsterdam Seedshop.

  • Wedding Flowers

Wedding Flowers one of the newest creations of Dr. Krippling, a UK-based cannabis research and development brand. In many ways, it is an improvement of the famous Wedding Cake. Wedding Flowers has a rich flavor and aroma profile.

Because it is a sativa and indica hybrid, you can enjoy a combination of cannabidiol and THC. This is an indica dominant strain, so it has high THC levels at 20%. It is known to have a flowering time of around 56 days.

  • Fro-Yo Auto

Bred by G13 Labs, this auto-flowering hybrid is a mix of Sunset Sherbet and Girl Scout Cookies. As it is auto-flowering, it is easy to know that it is mixed with Cannabis ruderalis. This type of strain is known for its auto-flowering quality, which is the ability to switch from vegetative to flowering growth.

Because the two main plants are indica-dominant, you can expect a good amount of THC. However, it can also give cerebral stimulation. Fro-Yo auto’s profile is sweet and fruity, combined with a hint of earthy tastes.

  • New Order

When it comes to regular strains, New Order is one of the most notable entries. It was developed by Mosca Seeds with a whopping 85% indica dominance. Its parents are Triangle Kush and Wookies #15 (mother) and Fire Alien White (father). It has a flowering time of 60 to 65 days with medium to large yields. According to the creator Mosca Seeds, this strain a personal favorite.

New Health and Leisure Cannabis Products

While growing and consuming leaves and buds is a great way for adventurous individuals and medical marijuana patients, there are people who would rather start slow or take it easy. This is simply a matter of consumption preference. These individuals prefer to consume the plant in order ways.

With the current climate surrounding marijuana, many different ways of consumption have been found. From orally ingesting food and beverage products to topical applications, consumers nowadays have can use cannabis and CBD oil products however they please. For the latest health and leisure products, here are some you should look out for:

  • Avon’s CBD oil for skin care

Who hasn’t heard of Avon? This beauty product company is known across the globe for its accessible and affordable products. In the past, customers could get their hands on a wide range of items such as skincare, fragrances, and cosmetics. While these are good deals for its patrons, CBD enthusiasts will be glad to know that it has entered the green market.

Avon just launched its very first CBD skincare product called Green Goddess. It is a facial oil infused with CBD oil along with other natural ingredients such as sunflower, jojoba, turmeric and squalene oil. This product is touted as a vegan, fragrance-free and hypoallergenic product, which has been tried and tested by dermatologists.

  • Pure BS Maple Shack’s infused syrup

Even if you are not a pancake addict, you have probably craved pancakes in the past. And what can make pancakes perfectly sweet? Maple syrup, of course! This syrup does not offer a sickly-sweet taste to your breakfast. Instead, it has a mild flavor that goes well not only with pancakes but also with waffles and French toasts.

If you think that there is nothing better than adding maple syrup to your morning meal, then think again. Pure BS Maple Shack’s syrup is infused with cannabinoids, THC to be exact! It has 500 mg of THC per four-ounce bottle. A lot of research has been done to perfect this product, so why not go and give this tasty treat a try?

  • Hapy Kitchen’s award-winning gourmet edibles

We know that there are a lot of cannabis-infused edibles ever since the legalization of the plant in many parts of the world. In fact, this market has become one of the most profitable ventures in the past months. While you can definitely try every product in your dispensary, you might be craving for some gourmet-level edibles to match your high standards for marijuana buds.

Enter Hapy Kitchen, the Cannabis Cup 2019 winner from Portland, Oregon. This artisanal kitchen uses a secret proprietary technique to extract cannabinoids from the plant, allowing them to combine THC into their line of luxury chocolates and CBD to their tinctures and other edibles. The best thing is that they give exciting twists to their items such as the chai tincture.

New Cannabis-Focused Places to Check Out

Now, because the plant has been legalized and is slowly becoming more and more mainstream, many businesses are starting to offer services to enthusiasts and patients alike. These establishments are consumer-friendly, making them an ideal place to meet fellow marijuana consumers and experience the culture in your area. Here are some of the places you should check out:

  • Berkeley’s vaping lounges

Those who live in Berkeley or are traveling to Berkeley will be glad to know that the city is planning to open lounges that would allow people to smoke, vape or generally consume marijuana. These lounges will be placed in the city’s dispensaries. With these places, residents have a safe space to peacefully consume their preferred cannabis products. This is perfect for people who are not able to use the plant in the comfort of their own homes.

  • Colorado’s Illegal Burger franchise

Burgers have always been decadent, but what makes Illegal Burger’s menu much more appealing is the added benefit of CBD. Known as the very first CBD restaurant franchise Illegal Burger is owner Jordan Nixon’s answer to the growing demand for infused products in Colorado. Nixon definitely knows what he is talking about as he himself is a medical marijuana patient.

Suffering from multiple sclerosis, CBD is what made him live his everyday life normally. Nixon is passionate about his advocacy and business that he also established a CBD brand named Illegal Brands, which the restaurant chain uses in preparing their food items.

  • Las Vegas’s CBD spas

If you think gambling and endless nights out are the only attractions in Las Vegas, you will be glad to know that you can now pamper yourself with cannabis in the city. And we do not mean consuming your cannabis products in Vegas, although that is one thing you can do in Sin City.

You can drop by Waldorf Astoria Spa to see how you can experience the best self-care and wellness treatments complete with CBD topicals such as massage creams. Choose from its luxurious packages such as the Essential Stress Release Massage. You can also take home jars of CBD cream used for your massage, leaving no waste behind.

From the health and beauty departments to leisure and even the culinary world, there’s no denying that the prevalence of cannabis products has become ever-present in just about any field. As the marijuana industry continues to experience a growing demand, so can we expect to see more and new products in these fields.

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Lemon Haze: Why it’s one of Canada’s Top Selling Strains

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For anyone who is a seasoned weed enthusiast, the Lemon Haze strain comes up in many conversations in cannabis circles and forums all over the globe. With its rich/aromatic smell, radiating tones of juicy lemon, and amped-up THC content, it is no wonder why people all over the world gravitate toward this particular strain. 

What is Lemon Haze?

Lemon Haze is a cleverly crossed hybrid type of cannabis derived from the Silver Haze and Lemon Skunk strains. With its 70:30 Sativa to Indica ratio, it’s one of the most potent Sativa dominant blends on the market today. Not only does it have a sweet aftertaste of citrus, but it also garners a yellow/green color which is similar to a lemon growing on a tree. It touts a 17%-22% THC and 0.38% CBD content.

Its psychoactive profile is uplifting and invigorating when consumed moderately; however, it can mellow you out if used in more significant amounts. Given that you can utilize both types of effects from one beautifully simplistic strain, it becomes even more popular as it’s a marijuana strain to meet many’s needs. 

Why Canadians Love Lemon Haze

In Canada, Lemon Haze has gained massive popularity after winning not 1 but 2 Cannabis Cup awards (in 2008 and 2009). With the pandemic in play the past year and a half, Lemon Haze and cannabis, in general, have seen a massive uptick in usage. Imagine being snowed in for days on end during the Canadian winter and enjoying some Lemon Haze in the comforts of your home. This strain could help you get some creative work done, fuel a high-powered workout or even help you get into some pre-Spring cleaning. If you need to bring yourself back to earth, a few more hits of it can bring you right back to a relaxed and euphoric state.

Those who seek to use cannabis for treating common ailments like Chronic Pain, Fatigue, and Migraines, Lemon Haze could do just the trick. It is also often used to treat nausea and depression. The strain is so heavily demanded that Canadian mail marijuana delivery services are at an all-time high. 

In Conclusion

If you can get your hands on this treat of a strain, definitely make a note of the effects you feel. Although creativity and happiness are common, many people experience increased drive both work and arousal-wise. This makes the Lemon Haze strain extraordinarily diverse and heavily demanded.

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How To Read THC Content On Marijuana Label The Proper Way

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CBD-Infused Products in the Market

Marijuana product labels are created for 3 main reasons: to provide transparency, to certify the product is legal to be sold for public consumption, and to protect the consumer from being overdosed by cannabinoids like THC (tretrahydrocannabinol). That’s why state regulators enforce packaging laws for marijuana products to prevent uninformed and even children from inducing a medical-grade marijuana product.

Of course, labeling on weed products may be common for long-time users, but first-time buyers have to be educated with the nuances of understanding medical cannabis labels. So read more as we will tackle how to read THC content on marijuana label the proper way and prevent yourself from getting overdosed.

Regulations On Labeling Marijuana Products

Generally, marijuana product manufacturers are required to seal and secure weed in child and tamper-proof containers like pinch-and-slide mylar bags and push-and-turn caps. Aside from that, the labeling details vary by weed products from the dosage information, concentration of cannabinoids, ingredients, testing date at the lab, etc. Most importantly, the law prohibits manufacturers from using any images or illustrations that are appealing to children.

These rules are strictly implemented and marijuana manufacturers are retailers should adhere to these regulations or their licenses will be revoked.

Interpreting THC In Medical Cannabis Labels

When it comes to the question of medical cannabis, you will see that there are different ways that you can read the THC content in the labeling. In Canada, it’s mandatory for medical marijuana users to read the labels first before buying. On the other hand, in other states and some cities in the country, it is not. Even so, if it makes sense to you then it’s a must that you follow the rules for you and your family’s sake.

Labels on marijuana products typically display the THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCa). In essence, THCa is a naturally occurring, non-intoxicating acid in the marijuana plant. And as the plant dries out, the TCHa will be converted into THC, which makes you high.

Both THC and THCa are listed in percent to indicate the potency of the product. The higher the THC percentage, the stronger and more potent the product is. On the other hand, the higher the THCa percentage will mean that the product remains deactivated, stable, and has a fresher bud.

Adding the THC and THCa on the label won’t give the exact measurement of the potency of the weed product. However, it does give you an idea of the “high factor” that you’ll experience after ingesting the product.

Other Crucial Details On The Label

Aside from featuring the THC and THCa details, the label also includes the CBD percentage, which is a beneficial component due to its anti-inflammatory, stress-reducing, and anxiety-reducing properties, and the CBN percentage which is a molecular component that helps in decreasing inflammation and increasing appetite. Other than that, the label should also enlist specific terpenes or the essential oil that is responsible for the scent of the strain.

Lastly, the label should also include the pesticide portion, warnings, disclaimers, production, and processing dates.

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How to Get the Perfect Dosage with Cannabis Products

Stacey Wellington

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No one talked about cannabis dosage back in the day since it was in relatively short supply, and few dealers knew the THC content or genetics of what they sold. Now, with the legal cannabis business booming, access to cannabis products is at an all-time high, and consumers can enjoy the benefits of knowing what is in their weed. Understanding how to dose your cannabis correctly can help you to feel your best while getting the maximum effects and benefits from the weed you consume. 

Common Problems with Cannabis Dosing

Even now, with commercial cannabis products marked with nutritional and chemical composition, few people know how much cannabis they should be using – or how to even figure that out in the first place. There are several common problems people face when they begin trying to research cannabis dosing. Knowing how many flowers you can smoke versus how many milligrams of edibles gets confusing. Since brands have little consistency between their products, keeping track of everything can be overwhelming. 

Further, tolerance comes into play since some cannabis users find that they need far more than others to feel the effects. Differences in THC tolerance may be, in part, due to incorrect dosage, considering over-using cannabis can affect how an individual experiences THC in the future. Finding the proper dosage for you can help regulate tolerance and even save money by giving you more control over how much you consume. 

What Is a Proper Cannabis Dose?

If you want to know your dose and start managing how much cannabis you use, you can follow some basic guidelines. In general, with all cannabis products, the key is starting low and going slow. Start with a low dose of whatever you are taking, whether it be smoking a single hit from a one-hitter or enjoying a low dose of 2 mg. edible. By starting low, you’ll be able to tell how those low doses affect you and can increase your dose accordingly to satisfy your body’s needs. 

Edibles

Edibles are one of the most popular ways to consume cannabis, but knowing how much to take can intimidate novice stoners. THC edibles are among the easiest types of cannabis products to dose since commercial edibles list their exact THC content right on the packaging. For example, THC Malt Balls from Punch Edibles are carefully formulated to have 10 mg per piece, allowing you to take the same dose every time reliably.

To find your dose, start by taking 1-2.5 mg edibles, then waiting a few hours to see how you feel. The waiting period is critical – most edible overdoses happen because people don’t wait and think they need more. Here is a standard THC edible dosing guide: 

  • 1 – 2.5 mg. edibles: Microdose, great for beginners
  • 5 – 10 mg. edibles: Mild pain relief, mild relaxation
  • 15 – 20 mg. edibles: Recreational dose, moderate pain relief, mild euphoria, mild impairment, good for sleep
  • 25 – 50 mg. edibles: Strong euphoric effects, impaired coordination, strong pain relief, best for experienced users and individuals with issues absorbing cannabis edibles
  • 60 – 100+ mg. edibles: Best for individuals with high tolerance, or individuals living with chronic pain or inflammation

Flower

The OG method of getting high, smoking flower remains the most popular method of consuming cannabis, partly due to how quickly smoking flower gives the body access to THC. Unfortunately, knowing exactly how many THC milligrams you consume per gram of dry buds is difficult since each strain (and each crop) varies slightly in content. A significant amount of the cannabinoid is burned off in the process of smoking or vaping. In general, follow these guidelines for dosing flower: 

  • 1/16 g. flower: Standard one-hitter capacity, great for beginners, low dose
  • 1/4 g. flower: Standard bowl, good for moderate or occasional smokers, mild pain relief, mild relaxation
  • 1/2 g. flower: Standard joint, good for experienced and regular smokers, mild euphoria, moderate pain relief
  • 1 g. flower: Strong euphoric effects, impaired coordination, strong pain relief, best for experienced users
  • 2+ g. flower: Best for individuals with a high tolerance, or individuals living with chronic pain or inflammation

Extracts

Cannabis extracts are vaporized, delivering the strong effects of pure suspended THC as quickly as smoking the bud. Cannabis extracts come in different potencies, so be sure to check how strong yours is before you begin testing to find your dose. Most commercial extracts sell in .5g and 1g cartridges. The products will list their THC content so you can determine how many milligrams you’ll get with each puff. 

Because extracts have a higher THC content than cannabis flower, fewer puffs will deliver more THC. An individual with low tolerance to THC may be able to take a single hit from a vape and enjoy the full effects of the product. Others with higher tolerance could smoke up to .5g a day, with some individuals experiencing chronic pain smoking up to 1g, though this is on the extreme high end.

Can You Overdose on Cannabis?

It’s impossible to ‘overdose’ on cannabis in the way we think of overdosing – meaning consuming too much cannabis alone is not enough to kill a human. While an overdose of cannabis won’t end in death, it can alter mood, cause adverse emotional reactions, trigger paranoia, cause heart palpitations, or even induce vomiting. For people with low THC tolerance, overdosing on cannabis can be stressful and unpleasant and should be avoided. 

Someone experiencing a cannabis overdose may feel sweaty, cold, clammy, nauseous, anxious, paranoid, or confused. In these cases, the symptoms often disappear on their own as the high diminishes, but it can take several hours to come down from the experience’s peak. To avoid overdosing, experiment to find out how much cannabis your body enjoys. Start slow, then gradually increase how much you take until you feel like you have reached your desired effects. 

Should you accidentally overdose on cannabis, be sure to find a comfortable environment in which to wait for the effects to wear off. If you are experiencing paranoia or anxiety, talk to a friend, family member, or loved one to help orientate yourself. Try enjoying a relaxing hobby like watching TV, doing some artwork, or playing a game. Remember to stay hydrated and to ask for help if your symptoms become worse. 

Final Thoughts

While there are few risks involved in consuming cannabis, knowing how much to take is still essential if you want to get the most out of the experience. Everyone is different, and our unique tolerance levels reflect that. But, once you know your dose, having a great time with cannabis is easy. Whether you prefer bud, edibles, extracts, or anything else, you can find your perfect cannabis dose with a bit of experimentation and patience. Once you find that sweet spot, you’ll feel confident knowing that you have complete control of your cannabis experience. 

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