With the litany of edible options available, it can be a bit overwhelming for someone who has limited experience with cannabis. Advances in technology have made it possible for edibles to exist without a distinct odor or flavor that gives away an enhanced element. While the artistic opportunities are all very exciting, they can present problems for those who are looking to avoid a psychoactive experience.
For a long time, edibles were something experimented with behind closed doors, but the industry has seriously expanded over the last decade. In states where it is recreationally legal, any food or drink item conceivable has an infused version: coffee, olive oil, soda, candy, condiments, and more can be found with THC and CBD. Depending on the state’s legislation, however, the restrictions and rules applying to labeling can prove very difficult for an edible producer…. [Read More]
As the cannabis industry expands, so does the opportunity for those who identify as women. This industry is providing a unique way for women to utilize all aspects of their lives and create new experiences. Unlike other industries, women are dominating the field, with 36% of them being in leadership positions.
Baked Smart is very excited to attend the 2017 Marijuana Business Conference & Expo on November 15-17.
~Come visit us at Booth #2524!~
By: Chase Rader
Halloween scaremongering is nothing new. Since 1959, concerned parents have warned against the risk of finding poisoned candy or razors and needles in their kid’s bags. Although there have been a handful of confirmed cases of tampering with candy, the majority of these stories have been hoaxes that were later debunked.
“Even though I’ve always placed them inside a container that has a dire, end-of-days warning on the lid, sometimes containers get opened and lids get moved around, and without a label that says the contents are dosed, how is anyone going to distinguish a cannabis cookie from a civilian cookie? Then the bad times begin.”