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Cannabis Sector Reverse Splits – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

In 2020, one of the most interesting themes of the cannabis sector was related to the number of reverse stock splits that were announced by large companies. The reason we found this interesting is because these cannabis operators were forced to conduct reverse stock splits in order to remain listed on a big board US […]

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In 2020, one of the most interesting themes of the cannabis sector was related to the number of reverse stock splits that were announced by large companies. The reason we found this interesting is because these cannabis operators were forced to conduct reverse stock splits in order to remain listed on a big board US stock exchange like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) or the Nasdaq.

So far this year, we have seen the reverse stock split trend continue and we expect to see more reverse splits that we did in 2020. Today, we want to highlight 5 cannabis companies that have either conducted a reverse stock split to uplist onto one of these big board stock exchanges or companies that have been forced to conduct a reverse stock split to remain listed on such exchanges.

Aurora: Conducts Reverse Split to Remain Listed on the NYSE

We believe that Aurora Cannabis (ACB.TO) (ACB) is the most high-profile company to conduct a reverse stock split in order to remain listed on the NYSE. Last year, the Canadian cannabis producer announced a 12 for 1 reverse stock split to bring the stock price well above the exchange’s minimum required price level.

Following the reverse stock split, Aurora Cannabis traded in a volatile pattern and this is a trend that we continue to closely follow. The company has reported a number of transformational developments following the reverse split and we will monitor how the changes supports the growth of the business over the long-term.

HEXO: Lowered the Size of the Planned Reverse Split

From a reverse stock split standpoint, HEXO Corporation (HEXO.TO) (HEXO) has followed a pattern that is similar to Aurora Cannabis. The reason we consider it to be similar and not the same as Aurora Cannabis is due to HEXO’s management team changing the structure of the reverse split prior to it taking effect.

In late December, HEXO completed a 4 for 1 reverse stock split and the trend has been less volatile when compared to Aurora Cannabis. A few weeks prior to the split taking effect, the management team reported to have changed the terms of the transaction from being an 8 for 1 reverse split to a 4 for 1 reverse split.

Prior to the stock splits taking effect, there were major differences between HEXO and Aurora Cannabis. From the number of shares outstanding to the strategic partners that are involved with the businesses, HEXO seems to be better positioned for long-term growth and we will monitor how the story advances from here.

Lexaria: Conducts Reverse Split to List on the Nasdaq

Earlier this week, Lexaria Bioscience Corp. (LEXX: Nasdaq) (LXX.CN) surprised the market and announced that it will conduct a 30 for 1 reverse stock split. The next day, Lexaria reported a major milestone and commenced trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market.

Unlike Aurora Cannabis and HEXO, Lexaria conducted a reverse stock split to trade above the $4 minimum price level that is required by the Nasdaq to list. When Lexaria announced that it would uplist to the Nasdaq, it also announced an underwritten public offering of approximately $9.6 million worth of units.

Going forward, Lexaria intends to use the net proceeds for research and development studies, patent and legal fees, and general working capital purposes. The company has strategic partnerships with two major tobacco companies, Altria (MO) and British America Tobacco (BTI). We consider these relationship to be significant for Lexaria over the long-term and will monitor how the market responds to the new listing.

FSD Pharma: A Nasdaq Up-Listing that has Gone Wrong

2020 was a strange year for the global economy as well as the cannabis sector. In January 2020, FSD Pharma (HUGE.CN) (HUGE: Nasdaq) announced that it was approved to commence trading on the Nasdaq and this was a development that we found to be surprising to say the least. Since inception, we have been cautious with FSD Pharma and believe that there are much mor attractive opportunities on the market.

A few months before FSD Pharma was approved to trade on the Nasdaq, the company announced a 201 for 1 reverse stock split. Although the reverse stock split played an important role in the up-listing, it also made the stock much less liquid. Since conducting the split, the trend has been to the downside and we will continue to monitor the opportunity from the sidelines.

Sundial Growers: Expect a Reverse Split in 2021

Sundial Growers Inc. (SNDL) is a Canadian cannabis company that we expect to follow the path of HEXO and Aurora Cannabis (from a reverse stock split standpoint). In August 2019, Sundial went public on the Nasdaq and the trend has been ugly since the first day of trading.

Last month, Sundial announced that it would transfer the listing of its stock to the Nasdaq Capital Market. This was done so the company could take advantage of the additional 180 calendar day compliance period that is offered on the Nasdaq Capital Market. This development extends the period that Sundial has to regain compliance with Nasdaq’s minimum bid price requirement. Like FSD Pharma, we remain very cautious with Sundial and will monitor how the story advances from the sidelines.

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Michael Berger

Michael Berger is Managing Partner of StoneBridge Partners LLC. SBP continues to drive market awareness for leading firms in the cannabis industry throughout the U.S. and abroad.

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Balance your immune system with CBD oil

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Having a healthy immune system is so important. The feeling of constantly being sick or feeling under the weather can just get so exhausting! Did you know that when you are stressed your immune system becomes suppressed, making you more susceptible to the flu? At a time where stress levels are high (thanks COVID), we are all striving to keep our immune systems boosted. So, how can CBD oil help boost your immune system?

Immune function

Studies have shown that endocannabinoids control your immune function and play an important role in maintaining balance. Your endocannabinoid system works to maintain balance in your body. It sends signals through your body when a part is not functioning optimally, allowing your body to respond to the potential danger signal and take the steps necessary to bring your body back in balance.

One of the two main receptors used by the endocannabinoid system are your CB2 receptors. These CB2 receptors are found in your immune system. They play a role in helping to moderate inflammation and are involved in how your body responds to unwanted germs. These receptors help regulate the effectiveness of your immune response. They assist in assessing the threat, they then communicate where your body needs to boost its defenses and indicates how strong the defenses must be.

How CBD boosts your immune system

Research shows that cannabis oil has immunomodulating effects. This means that cannabis oil can actively boost your immune system when you are feeling run down, as well as suppressing your immune system when it becomes overactive. When you are stressed your body produces the stress hormone, Cortisol. Cortisol plays a role in suppressing your immune system by reducing your lymphocyte count. Lymphocytes are our white blood cells that help fight off infection. In other words, the lower your lymphocyte level, the less effective your immune system is. CBD oil is known to assist with your body’s ability to cope with stress and has been shown to boost a weakened immune system, therefore helping to defend your body against infection and illness.

Cannabis oil can actively boost your immune system when you are feeling run down, as well as suppressing your immune system when it becomes overactive.

How does CBD help with an overactive immune system?

If you suffer from an autoimmune disease such as psoriasis or Crohn’s disease, your immune system is overactive and it mistakes your healthy cells for foreign cells. In this case you want your immune system to slow down so it stops attacking your healthy cells. 

Your immune system cells use communication molecules called cytokines to regulate your immune system’s response. When your immune system picks up on a threat, your cytokines send a message to activate your body’s innate immunity for immediate protection from the threat. In the case of an auto-immune disease, your body mistakes your healthy cells as a threat.

What does CBD oil do in this case?

CBD binds to your body’s cytokines where it reduced the number of messages sent out to your immune system for help. This decreases the production of fighter cells your immune system produces in response to the threat. Slowing down your immune system’s mistaken attack on your healthy cells. 

Many of the over the counter medications that assist with autoimmune conditions, are synthetic and function only to suppress your immune system, which could leave you more vulnerable to infections.

Studies show that CBD manages these autoimmune conditions by only suppressing specific parts of the immune system. These effects are also not permanent, which means that when it needs to, your body can overcome the suppression effect of CBD to ramp your immune system back up if a new threat is detected. 

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Source: https://naturaltherapy.co.za/2021/02/27/balance-your-immune-system-with-cbd-oil/

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Boozy Shamrock Shake with Cannabis Milk

Just in time for St.Patrick’s Day, let’s get shaking in the kitchen and make Boozy Shamrock Shake with Cannabis Milk. While some of us around the world may be able to partake in a little social activity, the chances of many are slim to none. In light of that, let’s make the most of it […]

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Just in time for St.Patrick’s Day, let’s get shaking in the kitchen and make
Boozy Shamrock Shake with Cannabis Milk.

While some of us around the world may be able to partake in a little social activity, the chances of many are slim to none.

In light of that, let’s make the most of it and enjoy a St. Patrick’s Day at home.

March 17th falls on a Wednesday this year, and to celebrate you should probably know the history right?

It’s believed that St. Patrick’s Day started in 1631 when the Christian Church established a Feast Day honoring St.Patrick. He had been the patron saint of Ireland, and died in the 5th century.

His apparent death on March 17th remained a celebration day for years and is now enjoyed in a much different way – green beer, lots of fun, dancing and more!

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How Do I Make Cannabis Milk?

Easy! Follow our recipe below. This weed-infused milk pairs perfectly with cereal, coffee, or hot chocolates!

Cannabis infused milk (cannamilk)

4.45 from 9 votes

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Cuisine: European

Keyword: Cannabis, Milk

Calories: 200kcal

THC: 700mg THC

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Decarboxylate your weed by spreading your cannabis evenly on an oven tray And coat with aluminum foil.

  • Place in the oven on 240F/115C for 40 minutes, and then let it cool.

  • Grind your cannabis or chop it fine

  • Place 4 cups of whole milk in a pan on low heat. Add cannabis and let simmer on low heat for 60/90 minutes without it ever coming to a boil.

  • Strain through a cheesecloth

  • Let it cool

Nutrition

Calories: 200kcal | Fat: 20g


Truly, Saint Patrick’s day is one of those holidays that is so much fun for everyone.

With all things green, kisses for the Irish, and that annoying (or fun) tradition of pinching people, you can really get green this year – but the right way! With weed!

This year is for the grown-ups looking for something festive.

Here’s a boozy twist on the traditional shamrock shake.

It’s the perfect pot-treat to celebrate!

Ingredients For This Boozy Shamrock Shake with Cannabis Milk:

  • Vanilla Vodka
  • Crème De Menthe
  • Whipped Cream
  • Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Green Food Coloring
  • Cannabis Milk
shamrock-shake

Great for St.Patrick’s Day Celebrating!

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Prep Time: 3 minutes

Cook Time: 3 minutes

Cuisine: Irish

Keyword: Cannabis Milk

Servings: 2 people

Author: Steph Van De Ven

Cost: 20+

Equipment

  • A Blender

  • Fancy Glasses or Cups

Ingredients

  • 4 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 1/4 cup Cannabis milk
  • 2 oz Creme de Menthe
  • 2 oz Vanilla Vodka
  • 3-4 dashes Green food colouring
  • 1 dollop whipped cream

Instructions

If you’re looking to up-level your canna-cooking game, you may want to start here.

For more recipes like this one, check out our recipe index here.

Share our post and comment below! We’d love to hear from you.

As always, happy canna-cooking!

Source: https://www.cannadish.net/boozy-shamrock-shake-with-cannabis-milk/

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Tik Tok’s Baked Feta Pasta With Cannabis Oil

Tik Tok’s Baked Feta Pasta With Cannabis Oil If you’ve seen this viral recipe, you know it’s trending across the globe but they’re all missing one important ingredient. Learn what it is because today we’re making Tik Tok’s Baked Feta Pasta With Cannabis Oil! It sounds relatively simple, and it is – but the taste […]

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Cannabis infused THC oil for weed edibles

How to make cannabis oil at home the right way.

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Prep Time: 45 minutes

Cook Time: 2 hours

Total Time: 45 minutes

Cuisine: European

Keyword: Cannabis, Guide, make, Oil, Step, Video

Servings: 1 Cup

Calories: 191kcal

THC: 700-1400mg

Author: Steph Van De Ven

  • 1/4 to 1/2 Ounce Cannabis
  • 1 Cup Olive Oil
  • Decarb your herb by spreading your cannabis evenly on an oven tray And coat with aluminum foil.

  • Place in the oven on 240F/115C 45 minutes, and then let it cool down.

  • Grind your cannabis or chop it in chunks.

  • Place the cannabis buds in a strong mason jar, add olive oil and (1 tsp of sunflower lecithin)

  • Place your closed jar in cold water and let it come to a boil, Boil for 2 to 3 hours.

  • TIP: U can also add other herbs such as Thyme, rosemary etc for an extra flavor.

  • Strain through Cheesecloth.

  • Let it cool

  • Now you can use the Cannabis Oil to make edibles or to cook with the oil

The video recipe is not as accurate as the blog recipe, which is most updated.

Calories: 191kcal | Fat: 22g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Sodium: 1mg

Source: https://www.cannadish.net/tik-toks-baked-feta-pasta-with-cannabis-oil/

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