420 with CNW – The Next Big Trend in Cannabis: Low-THC Products

For many years, the most popular and well known cannabinoid was THC. However, in the recent times, there has been an increase in CBD awareness and popularity.

Search trends on Google indicate that CBD is searched more often as compared to THC, and this has been the case for the last few years. Clearly, interest in CBD is on the rise, but is its use increasing too? Many wonder if CBD products will lead to a decline in THC popularity among patients and consumers. Will that be the case? Below are some reasons why CBD might just eclipse THC in the consumption department.

CBD products are easier to cultivate

CBD products are also referred to as low-THC products. Marijuana strains that are low in THC are more common in nature than strains that are high in THC. To get a plant to yield high amounts of THC, you require the right ecosystem and environment.

This is in comparison to hemp with low THC which can grow anywhere, as long as the temperatures are not extremely cold or hot. Additionally, low THC products can be locally sourced, making them easier to get to international markets.

This makes low THC varieties of marijuana easier to cultivate unlike high THC varieties, which boosts their popularity with consumers.

There are more favorable laws governing CBD

Most low-THC products that are internationally available are derived from hemp and in many countries, the regulations and laws of hemp are generally more favorable as compared to non-hemp cannabis varieties. A great example of a country with favorable laws would be Switzerland.

In Switzerland, floral hemp or low-THC marijuana, is very popular and widely available for legal purchase by adults. While products that have more than 1% THC in them are prohibited for recreational use, marijuana products that have less than 1% THC are legal in the country.

History has shown that a country is less likely to pass a high-THC recreational law but will have no qualms with approving a low-THC medical marijuana law. This also affects consumer popularity.

Reduces the use of prescription medication

A recent study discovered that the increased availability of low-THC marijuana products led to a decrease in the use of pharmaceutical drugs. This is not only good for marijuana consumers but also for the society as a whole, as there’s a decrease in public-entitlement health-related costs.

This just goes to show that as the fight to have plant-based therapies recognized as an alternative form of treatment, many are finding ways to incorporate low-THC marijuana remedies into their routines, showing that there is a growing trend of these products capturing a bigger market share. What do companies like The Alkaline Water Company Inc. (CSE: WTER) (NASDAQ: WTER) think about this growing trend?

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