As a professional having received in-depth training, there are many different sectors within the cannabis industry in which you can find a career. For many who receive certification, their career brings them to a cannabis retail store. Within this setting, it’s possible that customers or clients will inquire on proper cannabis storing methods. As an industry professional, you should be aware that cannabis products need to be kept in certain conditions, both for safety and preservation. There are established ways of storing a cannabis product to ensure it is safe from children and pets, and that help it last longer.. READ MORE »
Edibles have long been a popular method of cannabis consumption. Their most popular vessel is the baked good, where cannabis-infused brownies, cookies, and other sweets are eaten to experience the effects of the plant. However, cannabis edibles in the modern age, within Canada’s regulated market, can go far beyond that. Today, consumers can purchase such products as cannabis-infused chocolate bars, gummies, and other candies; cannabis-infused oil that may be added to recipes; and cannabis-infused drinks, such as sparkling waters, sweet drinks, and alcohol-free wines and beers. As a licensed cannabis retail worker, you should be aware of what these products.. READ MORE »
The container and packaging that cannabis is found in is more important than one might think. This is because there are various factors that can influence its quality, such as humidity, temperature, and moisture, among others. To have the best possible packaging can give cannabis the longest possible lifespan, especially since lower-quality packaging can be detrimental for both business and quality control. Therefore, it’s beneficial to research and understand the effects certain types of packaging can have on cannabis, and how best to preserve it. There are many reasons as to why packaging it properly and with the appropriate.. READ MORE »
Grinding cannabis is important and allows for even burning. If you want to apply for a cannabis retail licence, read on to learn more about cannabis grinding!
In October 2019, the “second wave” of cannabis legalization in Canada will take place. With it, edibles, vaping products, and drinks will go on sale. The introduction of these products brings more regulations and rules into play, as currently only dried and fresh cannabis, oil, plants, and seeds are allowed. Some of these rules will apply to how cannabis-infused drinks can be named. Using words like “beer” and “wine” will not be permitted, as they are seen as easily confused with alcoholic beverages. Read on for more about these rules, why they are in place and how they relate to.. READ MORE »
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