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The change of the seasons brings warm weather, but lately, this isn’t the only change we’ve been seeing. As we slough through rainy April with the hopes of soon seeing the sun, we also watch regulators shift their stance on cannabis and push for legislative change, and New York has been at the head of this charge. The CBD industry, on the other hand, is patiently waiting for their momentum to pick up, but good news could be on the way.

With the current USDA study analyzing whether hemp can be used as an alternative for cattle feed underway, and the potential for CBD to become a nutraceutical this year, you have a potent combination that could send prices soaring.

The future is exciting, and we look forward to being there with you every step of the way.

Kellan Finney

Balancing the speed of the cannabinoid industry’s growth with slow-changing regulations can be hard. On one side, the overwhelming desire for product and the ability to grow, process, produce, and sell has never been in higher demand. With more and more states coming online, the need to quickly scale or pivot is only compounding these supply chain stressors.

On the flip side, policy makers, still hesitant to fully embrace the cannabinoid industry, continue to debate the finishing touches on game-changing legislation. It’s important to remind yourself that, though this period may be frustrating for all those who want to start solidifying the space, every step forward is progress toward a new era. Try to remember that forward is forward, no matter how small of a step

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Cannbinoid Monthly Update -August 2021

The cannabinoid industry continues to gain steam as Schumer rolled out his plan which would end cannabis prohibition and regulate the industry similar to tobacco. Pair this news with several other states legalizing adult use cannabis and the industry is on the precipice of extraordinary growth. The hemp CBD industry continues to consolidate as wholesale prices drop for most product categories including smokable flower. Lack of legislation surrounding the safety and legality of the molecule CBD has created obstacles that have challenged investors looking for short term gains. Given the rescheduling of CBD and classification as a nutraceutical, the industry is poised for considerable growth over the next decade. However, we must be patient, and that’s what we are here for. We look forward to being there with you every step of the way.

Kellan Finney

The draft of Cannabis Administration & Opportunity Act has been released and with it comes a multitude of potential insights for the future. While the details are likely to change, the major framework is clear for the future of the industry. Use the draft as an opportunity to alter future roadmaps and to be ahead of these changes.

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As the industry enters its third summer of cultivation post 2018 Farm Bill, market conditions are beginning to stabilize. Price fluctuations in CBD products seem to have decreased significantly when compared to the volatility we witnessed this time last year. There was also a huge uptick in crude oil derivative pricing, which Hemp Benchmarks has attributed to a flood of USDA organic hemp extract hitting the market. We believe that the cannabis industry will follow suit and that USDA organic certified crops will fetch higher market prices, but in order for farms to obtain this certification, federal legalization is required. Even without access to this certification, the industry’s steps toward product differentiation is a signal of the explosive growth that’s yet to come. The summer of 2021 will be jam packed with riveting headlines, and we look forward to being there with you every step of the way.

Kellan Finney

The recent legalizations in New Mexico, New York, and Virginia are prime examples of an industry hellbent on moving forward. As states like Connecticut, Delaware, Minnesota, and Rhode Island flirt with the idea of fully embracing cannabis, the strategic opportunities continue to multiply. To get ahead of the competition, you need experience, willingness to go out on a limb, and an understanding of the unique challenges that the cannabinoid space brings. That’s where we come in – reading our report will put you three steps ahead of your peers and put the wind beneath your wings so that you can be ready for whatever comes your way.

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