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Fab 5 Freddy, Curaleaf expand B Noble cannabis brand to N.J.

Khiron Serves Record Number of Patients With Khiron Products Globally in Its Medical Treatment Clinics

Cannabis providers B Noble Inc. and Curaleaf Holdings on Monday announced the expansion of B Noble product partnership in New Jersey.

Founded in collaboration with Fab 5 Freddy, legendary hip-hop pioneer, filmmaker, visual artist and cannabis advocate, and Bernard Noble, B Noble is a for-profit, cause-based cannabis brand. As part of Curaleaf’s corporate social responsibility program, Rooted in Good, B Noble launched in July 2021 and is the company’s first large-scale brand venture in alignment with its dedicated social equity work.

Top cannabis researcher predicts double-digit increase in sales on July 4th

A top cannabis researcher is predicting that despite valid concerns surrounding inflation, sales on July 4th will generate a double-digit increase, likely racking up the highest number in sales for any day in the market this summer.

The reason for this surge? “Cannabis is a ‘sticky’ good and the market is resilient,” said Roy Bingham, co-founder and CEO of Colorado-based BDSA. “We predict that summer cannabis sales will remain steady, peaking around the 4th of July holiday.”

Also, with more people travelling and many social activities commencing after the COVID-19 restrictions of the last two years, the summer season’s festivities will be especially pronounced.

Branded Legacy, Inc. increases revenue by expanding in New York and Florida company adds new disposable vapesFl

Branded Legacy, Inc. ( BLEG), a holding company focused on the commercial development of hemp and cannabinoid-infused beverages, along with an array of CBD topicals and tinctures is pleased to announce it has added two new stores to its growing list of retail locations.
Happy Cork, located in Brooklyn, NY has added the new TCH-0/Delta-8 gummies and Delta 8 Tinctures to their growing market. In addition, Transformative Acupuncture in Jacksonville, FL, will now be carrying Spikes CBDX products. They will offer all 4 of its gummies including the new THC-0/Delta-8 blend, Massage oils, moisturizers, Delta-8 / CBD tinctures, and its CryoGel. Products will be offered not only within the services of the business but also available for retail purchases.

Recession to wipe out weed firms trying to make ‘quick buck’

With investors becoming more cautious and capital more expensive, only the strongest cannabis firms will survive a downturn in the global economy. 

Cannabis startups in Europe are facing a harder time raising capital amid recession fears and sinking stock markets, but that could ultimately help the industry. 

“This period will be really good for clearing out those who were just trying to make a quick buck,” said Alastair Moore, the founder of Hanway Associates, a research firm focused on marijuana. “That’s a good thing for the sector.”

Startups likely to survive include those that have already built strong, sustainable business models, according to Moore. That will help them keep winning over investors who are becoming more cautious, he said.

Relieve day-to-day stress with Five CBD

 

Irvine, California-based Five™ CBD is redefining full-spectrum CBD, producing nothing but the highest-quality oil, gummies, and capsules.

Shop relief and shop sleep is a promise made by Five™ CBD. The company, which produces a wide range of delicious products, delivers on that promise and ships their 5mg gummies to all 50 states. It’s a hemp-derived product that has a 5:1 CBD:THC ratio and similar effects to products any shopper would find in a local dispensary.

Cannabis company Wana Brands reimagines “Happy Hour” this summer

The popular edibles brand introduces an innovative alcohol alternative through their “Summer of Quick” campaign.

Summer is in full swing, and Michiganders are celebrating with lakeside parties, backyard barbecues… and the inevitable hangovers that follow. But one cannabis company is offering consumers a new, hangover-proof way to enhance their sunny celebrations: fast-acting, THC-infused gummies.

Major League Baseball to allow CBD sponsorships

CBD sponsorships are now welcome for teams in the Major League Baseball (MLB) organization, which could open up many new advertisement opportunities.

The MLB stated in a conference call on June 21 that CBD is now an “approved category” which means that teams are now allowed to sell CBD sponsorships as long as the brand has received an NSF certification (a verification that a product has no THC).

According to Sports Business Journal, MLB Chief Revenue Officer Noah Garden explained the reason for the change. “We’ve been watching this category for a while and waiting for it to mature to the point where we can get comfortable with it,” said Garden.

Indian Industrial Hemp Association (Iiha) and Auriga Research Private Limited signed Mou

IIHA signed a MoU with India*s leading testing, inspection, certification and clinical research organization Auriga Research Private Limited at their HQ in New Delhi, India. Current President of IIHA Mr. Rohit Shah and Managing Director of Auriga Research Private Limited Dr. Saurabh Arora signed the agreement. Auriga with its PAN India presence will support and provide all data on hemp and cannabis testing and research. This agreement keeps them as a partner for next five years which is subject to extension on mutual agreement. During this tenure all samples through IIHA will be tested and compiled by a chain of laboratories under Auriga Research Private Limited exclusively.

Massage Envy enhances massage and skin care portfolio with CBD offerings from Charlotte's Web, The World's Most Trusted Hemp Extract™

Massage Envy, the nation's No. 1 provider of massage in the U.S. collectively across its franchise network and a national leader in skincare, and Charlotte's Web Inc., (TSX: CWEB) (OTCQX: CWBHF) the market leader in innovative hemp-derived CBD wellness products, are pleased to announce the availability of premium CBD wellness products at participating Massage Envy franchised locations nationwide. Massage Envy customers are now able to add Charlotte's Web CBD Clinic™ topicals as enhancements to most massage services.

How Binoid does THC gummies right

Binoid Delta 8, THC-O, and Delta 9 gummies are some of the most sought-after on the hemp market, and will leave you with a clean, long-lasting, and fully legal high.

Maybe you’ve heard that you can buy delta 9 THC-infused gummies legally online. And, that it’s perfectly legal to do so. “Federally compliant” delta 9 is hemp-derived, and adheres to federal law, meaning that while it uses the same cannabinoid that makes marijuana illegal, you can buy it freely online without breaking the law. Binoid has the products you need.

Pot now treated like any other business

 

California voters legalized recreational marijuana via a ballot initiative in November 2016, almost six years ago. Since then, the weed has evolved into something like a normal business, complete with webcasts on operating efficiently, disputes about where stores can be located and gripes about underground operators siphoning off too much of the take.

But there’s little normal about pot itself. First made semi-legal by the 1996 Proposition 15, which allowed medical marijuana use with a doctor’s “recommendation” (not a real prescription, since pharmacies never sold it), medipot operated in a kind of gray legal area for 20 years, but was nevertheless in common use.

National Hemp Association and Hemp Feed Coalition join forces

NHA and HFC partner to advance hemp as animal feed

Today the National Hemp Association (NHA) and the Hemp Feed Coalition (HFC) announced the formation of a mutually beneficial partnership to accelerate the goal of each organization to obtain approvals for hemp as an animal feed ingredient.

NHA and HFC are motivated to benefit the entire industry by opening new markets for hemp and its co-products by gaining federal approval for its use as an animal feed ingredient. Historically they have successfully worked on projects together and recognize the opportunity to share resources and expand the footprint of advocacy and education centered around hemp as a nutritious animal feed product.

Soko’s Miracle brings organic, THC-free CBD products for customers

 

Since its inception, Soko's Miracle has been offering its clients natural, organic, THC-free CBD products.

With the increase in popularity worldwide for organic and natural CBD, companies are now offering natural and organic CBD products to customers. One such company is Soko's Miracle, committed to bringing natural and organic hemp-derived THC-free CBD to their customers. Since its inception, the company has been developing natural and organic CBD products for its customers.

Cannabis insiders split on market impact of inflation

The cost of cannabis has been declining in many major markets for months, with consumers seeing prices per milligram trending down for most of the year.

In the days leading up to the recent bear market entry, cannabis insiders provided Benzinga with varied opinions regarding the impact of inflation on the cannabis sector.

As fears of skyrocketing inflation fueled the bear market, some remained optimistic about cannabis, even confident in some instances.

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This cooling hemp skin-care line is a hot-weather hack

 
 
Chances are your skincare routine needs to adjust to the extreme heat and sun exposure during peak summertime. For me, it means swapping out heavy creams for more lightweight formulas or opting for products with skin-cooling ingredients — and I just so happened to find the holy grail of hydrating hot-weather products at Hey Bud. The Australian skin-care brand is most notable for using hemp seed oil as a hero ingredient in its lineup, which not only helps relieve conditions like dermatitis and psoriasis but also aids in collagen production, thanks to the oil's high levels of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids.
 

2 cannabis growth stocks you can get for under $15

The real question is, do you want any cannabis stocks right now, regardless of price?

Of the 38 cannabis companies tracked by cannabis-centric news and information platform New Cannabis Ventures, only two have similar financial characteristics that set them atop the rest of the multi-state operators (MSOs). And only one has what no other does.

Cannabis ETF world sees departures

Just about anyone in the cannabis industry will tell you how hard it is. Legalization issues, banking constraints, and a preponderance of OTC stocks make it even harder to be a cannabis ETF (exchange traded fund). Recently the sponsor of the Cannabis Growth ETF (BUDX), Foothill Capital Management, chose to close the fund, roughly six months after it converted it from a mutual fund into an ETF with $3.9 million in assets under management. April 25 was expected to be its last day of trading.

 

A better way to invest in cannabis

The size of the medical cannabis market in Europe is valued at around $5 billion and is expected to reach $13,4 billion by 2027.

Cannabis Drinks Expo to hit Chicago and San Francisco

Midwest meets the Pacific Coast with the Cannabis Drinks Expo dates lined up.

The cannabis drinks market is among the fastest-growing industries, and now there are events that represent that rapid growth. Hosted by the Beverage Trade Network, the 2022 Cannabis Drinks Expo will kick off next month and spotlight the legal cannabis market and provide insight into the true potential for business, according to a June 20 press release.

Expo themes include increasing the overall category list by showcasing successful exhibitors, creating networking opportunities, and exploring current “multi-state bottlenecks.”

Squier’s Specialty Edibles: Real fruit, real flower, no funny business

Squier’s Speciality Edibles on their all-natural and holistic approach to all things fruity, good, and canna-curious.

Squier’s Specialty edibles is all about the real and the authentic. Take a peek into their process.

The world of edibles has undergone colossal growth since the days when consumers were buying their brownies from their dealer down the street with complete disregard as to the quality and quantity of cannabis they put in them.

This often raised the question of, “Was this store-bought brownie mix infused with some poorly ‘homemade’ cannabutter so potent it was about to blast you into another dimension, or so low-grade that you would need a whole tray just to feel the effects?”


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