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Nearly half of Canadians want to try edible marijuana products: study
    #828755 - 09/26/17 11:44 AM (2 months, 18 days ago)

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When marijuana becomes legal for recreational use next year, nearly half of Canadians will want to try edible marijuana products, a new study says, even though it remains unlikely that such products will be commercially available.
“Curiosity seems to be driving consumers to want to try a food product, an edible, and the number one choice is bakery goods,” Dr. Sylvain Charlebois, the study’s lead author, told CTVNews.ca.
Charlebois, a professor of food distribution and policy and the dean of Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Management, penned ‘Cannabis-infused food and Canadian consumers’ willingness to consider recreational marijuana as a food ingredient’ with Dr. Simon Somogyi, an associate professor at Dalhousie’s Faculty of Agriculture.

The federal government plans to legalize the recreational use of marijuana by July 1, 2018. But in its current form, Bill C-45, also known as the Cannabis Act, does not include the legalization of edible products, such as marijuana-infused baked goods. The federal government has said that it plans to deal with such products, which are commonly known as “edibles,” at a later date, but that only dried cannabis, fresh cannabis, cannabis plants, cannabis seeds and cannabis oil will be legally available for purchase next year. Of these products, only cannabis oil can easily be consumed without smoking.

The Dalhousie study also surveyed Canadians’ attitudes towards recreational marijuana. Sixty-eight per cent, the study said, support legalization (at 79 per cent, respondents in British Columbia were the most supportive while those in the Prairies were the least at 54 per cent). The study also suggested that Canadians do not believe that edibles will replace alcohol in their lives.

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Hey if you can't make brownies at home with cannabis oil you should never consume cannabis period! ok exclamation point. err period man those were good brownies.  :stoned2:


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Re: Nearly half of Canadians want to try edible marijuana products: study [Re: Rider420]
    #828811 - 10/01/17 02:27 PM (2 months, 13 days ago)

Ya its super bad bill and all rcmp and cities want more money for enforcment from the feds. Whole point was to spens less on police and jail but they are adding more and will be tonnes of expensive court cases which waste more money. Only sell lp shit for expensive so black market will thrive that will continue to sell to kids. Aswell as black market edibles. So will spend waay more money and accomplish zero of tgere goals.

If watch the sessions all u keep hearing is groups asking for more money from feds.

Need to make kt easy for shops to open. Easy to get moderate grows and or vertically integrated shops. Pass full screen of testing and be able to sell. Medical its ok to have gamma irradiate as some people may want or need that but rec as long as not actualky moldy or poisinois types of mold. Or just label levels and let market decide.


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