What potted merchandise do Canadians purchase in terms of wellness?

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Some popular products are Everie’s CBD foam drink (available in Lemon & Lime, Mango Passion Fruit, and Dragon Fruit Watermelon) – it contains 10 mg of CBD per 269 ml. A personal favorite for me would be COVE’s CBD oil. It contains 20 mg of CBD and> 1 mg of THC and is full-spectrum, which means it still contains terpenes of myrcene and beta-caryophyllene, making it stronger than some alternatives that do not have terpene profiles. If you are into food, I would recommend Ace Valley’s Grapefruit CBD Gums, which are a 4: 1 CBD for THC. All of the options mentioned are gluten-free and vegan, which can be important for those who are into wellness as well.

How have people’s habits changed during the pandemic?

The unknown has really created a space for cannabis use to be normalized. It helps to open the mind and see things in a new light that I have personally found helpful. People bought in bulk and maybe chose to use cannabis instead of alcohol.

What was the most surprising part of your job?

I think the most surprising thing is the cannabis regulations across Canada. We are now in three provinces and it is most shocking to see the huge differences between the provinces in terms of regulations, marketing and sales of cannabis. If you look at something like alcohol, there really aren’t too many major differences between provinces (albeit with the exception of the occasional legal age of 18), but with cannabis we’re not there yet. I think we will get there. We have only been legalizing TWO years, so I am still optimistic about the future of the industry.

This story is part of The GrowthOp’s weekly series Ask A Budtender.

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