This is not your grandmother’s weed. Despite some lingering hippie associations, many things have changed since the 1960s. Today’s cannabis is growing into a large scale legitimate industry. As with any commercial field, different firms take unique approaches. Some organizations focus on natural cannabis while others focus on making cheaper products.
The industry has experienced substantial growth. There are now more cannabis strains and commercial products than our grandparents could have imagined. However, there are some things industry watchers may have missed about recent advances.
Here are two things to consider regarding modern cannabis.
Legal Cafes Are Coming
With several states legalizing marijuana, it was only a matter of time before cafes. Most recently there has been a great deal of buzz around the opening of Lowell Farms’ Cannabis Cafe in Southern California. Launching on September 24th in West Hollywood, it is the first legal cannabis cafe and restaurant in the US.
With a delightful food menu created by the famous chef Andrea Drummer, Lowell Cafe promises to be a hit. The facility hosts two interior rooms and a beautifully green outdoor patio. The Café’s nightlight will be equally exciting with regular events such as Sunday Brunch with live music from a string quartet. Reservations for the first month sold out in a matter of hours.
There Are Many Ways To Consume
While some people prefer the old-fashioned way, there are many consumption options. Many growers and distributors also carry rolling kits and cannabis grinders. There is a growing list of hybrid blends with different aromas and potencies. If you prefer the easy way, you can find many kinds of pre-rolled blends.
Those that don’t want to smoke can find cold-pressed cannabis oil. Both the oil and actual leaf products can be used in various cooking recipes.
Lowell Farms is your choice for ethically grown, pesticide-free, all-natural cannabis. All products are certified high quality and grown with workers that were paid fair wages. They use BPA-free glass tubes for joints. The materials are more expensive but less harmful than single-serve plastic. More information on products is available at lowellfarms.com.