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What Are Cannabinoids and How Can They Help You?

What are cannabinoids? Cannabinoids are chemical compounds that can be found within the Cannabis sativa species (and also in a handful of other flora). Cannabinoids are present naturally inside these types of plants, making up part of their biological structure. Cannabinoids found inside plants are technically called “phytocannabinoids”, but fall under the collective category of […]

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What are cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are chemical compounds that can be found within the Cannabis sativa species (and also in a handful of other flora). Cannabinoids are present naturally inside these types of plants, making up part of their biological structure. Cannabinoids found inside plants are technically called “phytocannabinoids”, but fall under the collective category of cannabinoids.

You could, to draw a picture, liken these cannabinoids to ingredients in a recipe—without them, you wouldn’t have the finished product; in this case, the hemp plant. And while cannabinoids are essential, they only form part of the recipe. We also need flavonoids and terpenes—but we will explain their function in a separate article.

Different cannabinoids in cannabis

Every cannabinoid has a slightly different purpose, but in total, there are believed to be over a hundred of them inside a single hemp plant. Part of the difficulty in understanding what each cannabinoid does stems from the fact that they don’t all exist at the same time or in similar concentrations. Many are only present while hemp is growing, while others need exposure to the atmosphere or sunlight before they can develop.

In general, mature hemp plants (that’s what we use to extract CBD) feature similar ratios of cannabinoids, including CBD, CBN, CBC, and many more. The letters are acronyms for their scientific names and help to differentiate between their chemical structure.

In hemp, CBD makes up the lion’s share of cannabinoids, while the others only feature in trace amounts. Using sophisticated machinery, it is possible to isolate specific cannabinoids and transform them into a consumable product—CBD oil, capsules, lotions, etc.

Having dozens of cannabinoids at hand is all well and good, but without a useful function, they are pretty pointless to us—that’s where the ECS steps in. Thanks to millions of years of evolution, each of us (including the household dog and cat) has an endocannabinoid system (ECS). This unique regulatory system is capable of interacting with cannabinoids, triggering a wide range of changes inside the body.

Cannabinoid receptors and the endocannabinoid system

The endocannabinoid system is a vast network that extends from the central nervous system to the major organs and nearly everywhere in between. Located at various points throughout the ECS are cannabinoid receptors. These receptors act as activation points, only reacting when they are stimulated or inhibited by cannabinoids.

When a cannabinoid is consumed (usually orally), it passes through our digestive system where it gets broken down by our liver, before being distributed around the body via the bloodstream. As it travels around the body, it aims for a receptor to interact with. However, it isn’t a complete free-for-all. Cannabinoid receptors work using a lock and key principle—this is why certain cannabinoids have effects that others don’t.

CBD, for example, will only interact with receptors that match its chemical structure. The same rules apply to all cannabinoids, as each one can only interact with specific receptors in specific locations throughout the body. Where that receptor is located determines which biological outcome is triggered.

There are dozens of cannabinoids, and they all do something different

We’ve covered a lot of ground, so it is worth recapping. CBD is one of dozens of cannabinoids found in the Cannabis sativa species. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds that have the unique ability to trigger changes within our body, thanks to the endocannabinoid system. The ECS has evolved over millions of years and exists throughout our entire body.

Its primary role is to maintain balance between all our biological systems. This is important because our body functions best when it is in a state of homeostasis (dynamic equilibrium). Finally, by consuming cannabinoids, we can encourage a range of subtle biological changes thanks to cannabinoid receptors linked to the ECS.

Although CBD is the cannabinoid we are most interested in, there are dozens of others—all with unique characteristics. We won’t go into detail in this article, but stay tuned for a deep dive into each one. If you’ve got a question about cannabinoids, you can trust us to have the answer.

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3 Cannabis-Infused Hot Chocolate Recipes

5 Cannabis-Infused Hot Chocolate Recipes There’s nothing more satisfying than a hot chocolate on a cold day, am I right? Today, we’re getting decadent with 3 Cannabis-Infused Hot Chocolate Recipes. I grew up on hot chocolate. We had bitter-cold winter nights in Canada and living on our tobacco farm, in the middle of nowhere. Hot […]

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5 Cannabis-Infused Hot Chocolate Recipes

There’s nothing more satisfying than a hot chocolate on a cold day, am I right? Today, we’re getting decadent with 3 Cannabis-Infused Hot Chocolate Recipes.

I grew up on hot chocolate. We had bitter-cold winter nights in Canada and living on our tobacco farm, in the middle of nowhere.

Hot chocolate was a special treat in my house, especially in a chilly farm-house where the wind howled through the cracks on the doors and windows.

Warming up with a hot cup made everything alright in the world, and that first sip?

Perfection.

Now, as an adult, I can enjoy the same things I did as a child but as you’ll read today, with a decadent Cannabis twist!

Sometimes, just sometimes, it’s fun being an adult!

Often times I play with weed recipes to find something new and today I’m sharing them with you so that the next time you sit down to enjoy a steamy mug, you’ll have plenty of options to keep it interesting.

Keep reading to discover 3 cannabis-infused hot chocolate recipes that’ll leave you wanting more and more!

Getting Started with Your Cannabis-Infused Hot Cocoa

The very first, and arguably the most important, ingredient you will need in order to make and enjoy the marijuana-infused hot chocolate recipes is canna milk.

It’s milk that’s very easy to make, and you’ll want to have enough on hand to make your hot cocoa.

Cannamilk takes a few hours to prepare, but it does keep in the fridge for as long as your milk is fresh.

You could prepare a larger batch and have it ready for the next time you want to enjoy some cannabis hot cocoa or any other yummy edible recipes that call for this ingredient.

If you’re vegan or can’t do dairy, you can substitute the milk with a combo of coconut milk and coconut cream that is full-fat.

How to Make Cannamilk

Cannabis infused milk (cannamilk)

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Prep Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Cuisine: European

Keyword: Cannabis, Milk

Calories: 200kcal

THC: 700mg THC

  • 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

Calories: 200kcal | Fat: 20g

1. Salty-Sweet Classic Cannabis Hot Cocoa

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Salty & Sa-weet!

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Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Course: Drinks

Keyword: hotcocoa

Servings: 2 people

Author: Steph Van De Ven

Cost: 10-20

  • Saucepan

  • Oven

  • Whisk

  • 8  squares of 80%+ dark chocolate
  • 1 tsp Himalayan Salt
  • 1/4 cup Brown Sugar
  • 1/3 cup Boiling Water
  • 1 dash Vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup half-and-half cream or non-dairy creamer
  • 1/4 cup Cannabis Milk
  • Mix together the sugar, salt, and cocoa powder in a small bowl. Then, in a medium saucepan on medium heat, add your boiling water and squares of dark chocolate. Gently whisk chocolate squares around until they melt.
  • Add in your dry ingredients: the sea salt, brown sugar, and cocoa powder and whisk them with the hot water and melted chocolate.

  • Whisk in your cream and cannamilk. Raise the heat and whisk vigorously until the mixture is steaming but not boiling.

  • Remove the mixture from the heat, stir in your vanilla extract, pour your hot cocoa into a mug and enjoy.

2. Black Cherry Bourbon and Cannabis Hot Cocoa

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SO Good!

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Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Course: Drinks

Keyword: Cannabis Milk

Author: Steph Van De Ven

Cost: 20-25

  • Stove

  • Saucepan

  • Whisk

  • Mixing bowl – small

  • 3 cup milk or a non-dairy milk alternative
  • 1/8 cup  boiling water
  • 1/2 cup Cannabis mlik
  • 8 Squares Dark Chocolate – 75% +
  • 1/4 cup Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
  • 4 oz Black Cherry Bourbon
  • 1/4 cup Brown sugar
  • Combine brown sugar and cocoa powder in a mixing bowl , set aside

  • In your saucepan, add in your boiling water and squares of dark chocolate and the heat to medium. With a whisk, stir the chocolate around until it melts and dissolves into the boiling water. Add in your cocoa powder and brown sugar and continue to whisk.

  • On a low to medium heat, add your milk or non-dairy alternative and your cannamilk. Whisk vigorously until the mixture is steaming but not boiling.

  • Take the saucepan away from the heat and set it aside. Add 1 oz. of the bourbon into every cup that you intend to serve hot chocolate with.

  • Enjoy!

3. Nutella Cannabis Hot Cocoa

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Hazelnut Heaven!

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Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Course: Drinks

Keyword: Cannabis Milk

Servings: 24 people

Cost: 10-15

  • Stove

  • Saucepan

  • Whisk

  • Small Mixing Bowl

  • Spoon

  • 3 cups Milk
  • 1/2 cup Cannabis Milk
  • 6-8 tbsp Nutella Depends on your love of Nutella!
  • 1 handful Marshmallows Garnish
  • 1 Dollop Whipped cream Load it up!
  • 1 bottle Chocolate Syrup to drizzle on top
  • 1/2 cup Choped hazelnuts to sprinkle on top
  • In a medium saucepan, combine milk or a non-dairy alternative, cannamilk, and Nutella. Set the stove on medium heat and whisk vigorously until the liquid is steaming and hot but not boiling. Once it reaches this point, remove from the heat.

  • Pour the hot cocoa in mugs and top the cups off with whipped cream, marshmallows, chocolate syrup drizzle and hazelnuts for an added garnish.

If you’re starting to cook with Cannabis, or you are a seasoned Canna-Chef, check out more recipes here.

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Is M&A Going To Heat Up In The Cannabis Sector With U.S. Federal Legalization Right Around The Corner?

During the last few years, there has been increased consolidation in the cannabis industry and we have identified trends over the course of this time period. The first wave of acquisitions started in Canada and this trend lasted several years. This wave of acquisitions still ranks as some of the most expensive transactions and was […]

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During the last few years, there has been increased consolidation in the cannabis industry and we have identified trends over the course of this time period.

The first wave of acquisitions started in Canada and this trend lasted several years. This wave of acquisitions still ranks as some of the most expensive transactions and was highlighted by Aurora Cannabis Inc. (ACB.TO) (ACB) acquired two Licensed Producers for a combined price that was greater than $7 billion.

The second wave of acquisitions took place in 2018 and 2019 and was primarily related to US cannabis retailers. Since cannabis is illegal at the federal level in the US, these transactions took much long to complete (when compared to Canada) and many of the deals were scrapped due to plunging stock prices. The most significant failed acquisition in this vertical was MedMen Enterprises’ (MMEN.CN) (MMNNF) deal to purchase Pharmacann. After this transaction was called off, MedMen has come under considerable pressure and was assigned a $0 price target from Canaccord Genuity (CF.TO).

From an acquisition standpoint, 2020 has been a slower than normal year for the cannabis sector. Companies are being much more strategic when it comes to acquiring or investing in businesses that could be complementary or accretive in nature.

One of the more interested trends that we have identified with the cannabis M&A market is related to the types of businesses that are being purchased. Previously, cannabis companies were focused on acquiring assets that would increase production capacity, improve brand awareness, or expand into a different vertical.

In the current market environment, technology is playing a much larger role in M&A activity and we consider this to be the third wave of acquisitions. In this phase, we believe that companies are focused on purchasing businesses that can lead to margin expansion, positive cash flow generation, or improved profitability.

One of the best examples of this is the merger between Stem Holdings Inc. (STEM.CN) (STMH) and Driven Deliveries Inc. (DRVD). The companies operate completely different businesses and are levered to different parts of the cannabis value chain. We consider the merger to be strategic in nature and expect the combined company to record stronger revenue growth, margin expansion, and positive adjusted EBITDA.

Stem Holdings owns cannabis assets that are located in strategic US markets. Driven utilizes a state-of-the-art delivery platform to service the California cannabis market. The combined company can use Driven’s technology to capitalize on cannabis delivery opportunity in the markets that Stem is levered to and are bullish on the potential value that can be created through this strategy.

At current levels, the combined company is trading at a considerable discount to its peers and we believe that it has a compelling valuation. Due to the technology side of the business, the combined company should be valued at a higher multiple and we believe that the market is missing out on something significant with it.

If you look at the performance of other cannabis companies that have acquired tech assets, you will notice a positive trend after an initial period of weakness. We are not sure if this is the case with Stem Holdings and Driven but are bullish on the long-term opportunity that is associated with the combined company.

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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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Cannabis And Hemp Industry Insurance

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Insurance coverage is a necessity for businesses in every industry, cannabis and hemp related ones are certainly not the exception. But of course, insurance in the cannabis industry comes with its twist and many complications, as most things in this industry do.

It is no secret the cannabis business is skyrocketing, many states have now legalized both medical and recreational marijuana and many more are close to take that step later this year. Nevertheless availability of insurance coverage for the cannabis industry remains in flux.

The issues surrounding cannabis insurance are mostly due to the constant changing regulation, lack of data, and many banking restrictions. Still, this industry may offer an even higher reward to insurers who overpass the complexities Federal illegality of the industry brings.

A comprehensive insurance program may be your best protection against the many risks you face on a daily basis as a cannabis entrepreneur, here is what you need to know when deciding to insurance your business.

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What challenges do cannabis companies face when finding insurance?

While the industry is growing, insurance coverage is having a hard time to keep pace with its risk management needs. Conflicting state and federal laws have made insurance carriers reluctant to write cannabis policies, resulting in higher prices.

Although the stigma and uncertainty of the cannabis industry has decreased in the past years, and education has become and incredible asset to the discussion of legalization of cannabis, it is still a very difficult industry for insurance companies to get into.

Not only the regulations change drastically from state to state – since states don’t have the same regulatory environment for cannabis – the insurance industry is forced to address those differences in terms of coverage and policy making.

Even with the reputation risk being a much lesser concern, the fear of federal prosecution of financial and insurance institutions if services to legitimate marijuana businesses are provided has played a major part in making insurers avoid adjusting their policies to accommodate cannabis business protection for fear.

In reality, since insurance companies are regulated by state no on a federal level, there shouldn’t be any risk as long as the insurance companies and their clients comply with state regulations and always operate in-state.

What Risks Do Cannabis and Hemp Business Need To be Protected From?

As the legalization of both medicinal and recreational cannabis continues to grow, manufacturers, distributors and retailers, have to be prepared to deal with the controversy of the industry that points to risk management implications.

Incidents that impact cannabis businesses can cause irrevocable financial and reputational damage:

Product Liability

Product liability includes but is not limited to breach of warranty, failure to warn, label claims, misrepresentation, fungus, pesticides, and vaporizers.

Claims of illness caused by products, manufacturing or product-related defects that result in a loss, and damage because product misuse are very common occurrences in the cannabis industry.

A recent vaping crisis has increased the risk exposure and coverage gaps. Insurance carriers are now adding more exclusions for vape products, premium rates are increasing for product liability coverage.

Theft and Fraud

Many cannabis businesses remain cash only and that is a significant part of risk exposure for the industry, since they become the prime targets for theft and fraud. Also, the nature of these businesses makes them specifically vulnerable to theft.

General Liability

Standard general liability policies, needed by all other businesses to protect themselves from lawsuits, were not created with the cannabis industry in mind, and since there is so much legal uncertainty it may be difficult for insurance companies to offer adequate general liability for those cannabis businesses that need it.

Crop Loss

Crop loss is coverage for crops in the event of loss or damage by insured perils including fire, lightning and hail. It does hold an area for risk exposure in the cannabis industry different from other businesses.

Fire, theft, and sprinkler leakage are common threats most indoor crop insurance policies cover. Buty cannabis growers experience different threats as well, such as mold, rot, disease, changes in climate, or fertilization problems.

Because of recent natural disasters, outdoor coverage has become hard to find and those insurance companies with such policies have increased exponentially the prices. The lack of available outdoor crop insurance is one of the biggest gaps in cannabis business coverage.

Cannabis And Hemp Industry Insurance

What cannabis related industries need insurance coverage

  • Cultivators: Cultivators are confronted with a wide range of risk challenges including fire, theft, equipment breakdown and other inherent risks that impact the business.
  • Manufacturers: Manufacturers of hemp and cannabis products carry many of the same standards and regulatory requirements as other types of vendors. They require insurance protection such as product liability and product recall.
  • Dispensaries: Many retail stores of everyday consumer based products require insurance to protect themselves from burglary, vandalism, fire and other hazards that could strike at any moment, cannabis dispensaries are not the exception.
  • Ancillary businesses: Many ancillary businesses require insurance protection and they still suffer from the challenges and uncertainties all cannabis businesses face. They require general and professional liability, property, products and workers’ compensation insurance, among others.
  • Testing laboratories: Not properly insuring your cannabis testing lab could lead to massive financial losses that many business owners wouldn’t be able to recover from. testing equipment, computers, documents, or samples are expensive and important property that could be damaged in a fire, burglary, or other unpredictable events
  • Landlords: Landlords that support cannabis and hemp industries are also exposed to inherent challenges of the industry that put their businesses in risk.

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What is Cannasure?

In this Cannabis Legislation News episode we had the opportunity to talk to Patrick McManamon CEO of Cannasure, a cannabis insurance company that has been serving hundreds of cannabis businesses since 2010 and mitigating the challenges they face when trying to get insurance coverage

Their understanding of the industry and many years of expertise analyzing the unique risks facing the cannabis industry gives them a leverage to best serve cannabis and hemp related businesses.

The origins of Cannasure can be traced back to one of our oldest friends who was in the process of opening a medical marijuana cooperative in Southern California. During one of our weekly conversations, we discussed the trouble he was having securing business owner’s insurance at a reasonable cost. We offered to take over the search and report back to him on our findings. With that, we became involved in this complex industry.

We saw, first hand, that the stigma against the burgeoning marijuana industry was strong, but not based in fact. We also quickly became aware of the many brokers and agencies looking to make a quick buck without understanding the true needs of the businesses in the industry. We knew something had to change, and we were the ones to do it.

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