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The marijuana industry blossomed before our eyes in 2018, with the cannabis movement taking steps toward legitimacy like never before. In the United States, Food and Drug Administration approved its very first cannabis-derived drug, and President Trump signed the Farm Bill into law, legalizing hemp and hemp-based cannabidiol products. But of all events, none offered more validity to the long-term cannabis business model than the legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada this past October. Although this legalization will generate billions of dollars in added annual sales, it’s the legitimacy of weed now being legal that’s worth even more. However, Canada’s legalization wasn’t as broad-based as you might think. Although dried cannabis flower, sublingual sprays, and cannabis oils were legalized, other popular forms of consumption were not. Marijuana Edibles and Infused Beverages Should Go On Sale in Canada by October

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