Expected Trends during the Holidaze
Happy holidaze! April is Toker Awareness Month; it is also the first month in nearly a year where most municipalities are lifting restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Amidst the pandemic, the cannabis industry continued to thrive. Consumers are more excited than ever to celebrate the hazy holidaze. Here are a few cannabis products most consumers will enjoy this 4/20.
Voted ‘Strain of the Year’ cannabis authorities at Leafly, Runtz has regained its crown as the most popular strain of 2020. Runtz is a cross between Gelato and Zkittles. The yield is a hybrid strain of cannabis clocking in around 17% THC. Runtz is a fruity and delicate strain bred by the famous company Cookies. When smoking Runtz, this strain is reminiscent of sweet island fruits. Consumers praise Runtz for its resin-laden buds that produce a smooth smoke. If any strain is to reign supreme during the holidaze, it is likely to be Runtz.
By now, you have undoubtedly heard of Terp Sauce. This is a term used to refer to Terpene Sauce. Terpenes are the aromatic oils found in all buds associated with cannabis. They are responsible for the scents often related to your favorite strains. That citrus aroma found in your bag of Lemon Kush? That is thanks to the terpene known as Limonene. How about that tropical mango scent that is often associated with the strain Jamaican Dream? That is the terpene known as Myrcene. Although terpenes do not get consumers high, they are still famous for adding flavors to edibles and vape cartridges, making terp sauce a scorching commodity. Consumers love flavor; terpenes are jammed-packed with flavor. Terp Sauce will be an integral piece to 4/20 celebrations everywhere.
full-spectrum CBD products, often referred to as ‘whole plant’ concentrates or extracts, contain CBD and other ingredients extracted from the same cannabis plant. Consumers of full-spectrum CBD products claim to benefit from its ability to enact the entourage effect. full-spectrum CBD also contains terpenes and other flavor agents. These are ingredients that can provide therapeutic benefits in addition to nice flavors and aromatics. Moreover, these Full spectrum CBD products tend to include other discovered cannabinoids. These cannabinoids include: THC, THCA, CBN, CBG, CBGA, and more. However, Full-spectrum CBD products are not generally recommended for individuals who have a sensitivity to THC due to the trace amounts of the psychoactive cannabinoid’s ability to appeal in full-spectrum CBD. Consumers who aren’t into psychoactive cannabinoids utilize full-spectrum CBD during the holidaze.
Dabs are a small but adequate amount of concentrated cannabis. Although there are many methods to create these concentrates, dabs are often manufactured using the method mentioned earlier, known as BHO or Butane Hash Oil. As far as dabs’ appearance, BHO often appears in a shade similar to that of a golden or amber color with extremely low viscosity. The low density allows this ‘king of concentrates its sticky and molasses-like fluidity. Moreover, some instruments enable users to consume these extracts, similar to vape pens. The ability to discreetly consume cannabis concentrates has become more popular than ever. Expect this to continue amongst the holidaze.
Edibles have been a staple of the holidaze since its inception. However, they have undoubtedly grown even more in popularity. Edibles are foods, desserts, or beverages that are crafted in a manner that is designed to provide the psychoactive effects of THC. Moreover, some edibles are made to give the consumer the non-psychoactive results associated with CBD. Edibles can be made in a variety of ways. They are often made with THC-infused lipids and fats such as cannabutter and other natural organic oils. At this time, there are a multitude of edibles on the market around the globe. By providing many infused cuisines and treats, edibles will continue to be a cornerstone of 4/20.