There are multiple companies today looking at entering the cannabis space. Big-time corporations such as Molson Coors, Coca-Cola, Constellation Brands (the parent company of Corona), Pepsi, and even Walmart are looking at ways to generate capital from the green rush.
A lot of companies such as Home Depot, Lowe's, and Walmart already sell many different supplies used for cannabis cultivation and even products for cannabis extraction.
Walmart's website has a rosin press for making cannabis extractions for $299. Beyond buying buckets, lights, fans, and other equipment for cannabis, you can also purchase soil to grow cannabis online at Walmart.
In a surprising new announcement, Walmart Canada expressed their interest in the possibility of putting cannabis products on their shelves. Don't get too excited yet if you're that bargain shopper hoping to find a great deal on a bag of weed at your local Walmart.
Most likely Walmart will only sell CBD products. Many of the companies that are eyeballing the cannabis sector in Canada are not looking to produce products containing THC.
Instead, they're turning towards the cannabis without the high. Of course, I'm talking about CBD. Forbes described the profit margin from CBD in the cannabis sector as astronomical. CBD has a multitude of different benefits that help people in a wide variety of ways.
If you would like to learn more about CBD be sure to do a little research on the NCBI. Here you can read countless medical reports specifically about this fantastic cannabinoid.
Who knows as prohibition dies out and the world adjusts to something new we may even see cannabis-infused products containing THC on store shelves in the future. But, for now, everyone is just blowing smoke until somebody puts a product on the market.Posted: Thursday, October 18th, 10:00am a month ago
Ashley is a freelance cannabis writer and the co-owner of CannaLance. Her passion for sharing education and truth surrounding cannabis stems from a personal loss. Ashley has always had an elevated relationship with cannabis but it wasn't until 2015 that she turned that passion and relationship into a career as a cannabis writer.