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How many products contain cannabis? Hundreds. Flower – of course – and pre-rolls. Vape pens and concentrates like shatter and Live Resin. Creams and massage oils. Chocolate chip cookies, coffee sodas, pills, strawberry taffy, powders for adding to hot tea or cold juice. Companies are rolling out myriad new products in pot-friendly states every week…

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Cannabis Ingestibles cover a lot of ground, including everything from pills to slices of pie to bottles of THC-infused cold-brewed coffee. But one style of ingestible dominates the market: the gummy. During the first four months of 2019, 17 of the top 20 selling ingestible products in California, Colorado and Oregon were gummies. During the…

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California Out Of The (Golden) Gate: A Green Tide | BDS Analytics

The path towards California’s cannabis pot of gold may be lined in green — moolah and ganja. But the legal commercial ferment could even be more effervescent – the pot of gold that much heavier – if not for regulations and taxes. That’s the conclusion of California: The Golden Opportunity?, a close analysis of the…

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A Budding Romance: Cannabis Lovers Embrace Valentine’s Day

  Valentine’s Day means chocolate and flowers for most of America — including couples in cannabis-friendly states. Only instead of red roses, the flower might be an eighth of Rose Bud, an indica-heavy hybrid with a floral aroma. And the chocolate? A bar of dark chocolate speckled with violet petals and infused with cannabis oil…

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It Might Not Get You Buzzed On Its Own, But Consumers are High on CBD | BDS Analytics

  Prior to waves of cannabis legalization in different states, few people knew a thing about CBD. An acronym for Central Business District, or Convention on Biological Diversity? But now stores line shelves with CBD, online shops ship bottles of it around the world, and CBD gets featured in the mainstream press. The natural compound,…

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Among Colorado, Washington and Oregon, edibles ranked #3 in terms of market share of dollars sold during 2016, capturing 12 percent ($269.8 million) of the $2.33 billion cannabis market. Flower leads with 58 percent of the market, followed by concentrates at 20 percent. When it comes to edibles, consumers in different states are not uniformly…

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BY KATE MCKEE SIMMONS | November 18, 2016 Even as other states legalize marijuana, cannabis continues to ring up record-breaking sales in Colorado. The cannabis industry accounted for $127.8 million in medical and recreational marijuana sales in September, according to newly released data from the Colorado Department of Revenue. This is the third month that shows…

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