- February 17, 2017
- Posted by: CalCann Holdings
- Category: Blog, Dispensaries, Innovation
There is a thing known as too much cannabis and its important for those who are starting a marijuana business in California to understand that.
Whether you call it ‘greening out’ or just have that feeling of having too many stimulants in your body, there is something that is becoming a problem in the states where legalized marijuana can be found: people are not using edibles properly and as a result, they are finding themselves in situations where they are simply too stoned.
Dispensaries such as Bud & Bloom and OC3, which have been operating under CalCann Holdings always know that responsible marijuana ingestion is the key to gaining the benefits that cannabis has to offer. As such, they offer an extensive menu of edibles that allow consumers to participate in microdosing, that is, to ingest a controlled amount of edibles in order to achieve their intended effect. A recent article in Maxim featured brands like Kiva, which is carried by Bud & Bloom, that aim to produce high-quality edible products with consistent doses with informative packaging.
Those starting a marijuana business in California want to be sure that they are fully aware of how edibles are ingested and more importantly, how the products they sell clients are dosed. As medical marijuana continues to gain more ground with more users being ready to use medical marijuana as a treatment option for many medical conditions, customers are going to want to be as informed about their medical marijuana as they are their pharmaceuticals.
As such, those starting a marijuana dispensary should be careful about the type of edibles that they are selling within their operations. It’s no longer sufficient to display edibles from some random person’s kitchen in your dispensary; edibles have become a highly-profitable, highly-sophisticated business.
With new emphasis placed on microdosing through edible products that promote that approach to medical marijuana ingestion, those who are starting a marijuana business in California will have to be sure to be on the cutting edge of what is being offered by the edible industry. Through embracing microdosing when starting a marijuana business in California, you may find yourself a strong niche market who rely on your microdosing expertise to meet their medical marijuana needs.