One of the newest trends to hit the marijuana market is cannabis-infused drinks. Marijuana drinks have many of the same benefits as marijuana edibles. They are easy to consume and they are appealing to inexperienced or occasional users. They also don’t require any additional equipment such as vaporizers, and they don’t have to be burned or smoked. On the other hand, cannabis drinks are slow to take effect and dosing is often imprecise.
Marijuana has grown up and so have the ways to consume it. While flower remains the most popular marijuana product, many consumers prefer not to smoke and are looking for newer, safer ways to imbibe.
Read on to learn more about the most popular marijuana products in the Ventura County market, and some of our featured recommendations.
At the time of this writing, there were 1440 marijuana dispensaries in California or approximately 40 dispensaries per million people. That number tends to fluctuate based on licensing and business needs. As of January 1, 2021, the state of California has issued licenses to 723 retailers, 320 delivery services, 1024 distributors, 281 microbusinesses, and 150 transporters.
To put this into perspective, Ventura County alone has 11 Dispensaries, 8 in Port Hueneme and 3 in Ojai, and soon to be over 25 throughout the county.
The first cannabis retailer in Oxnard was supposed to be gearing to open right about now. Instead, the city is back to square one, getting ready to accept applications from prospective retailers.
There are 50 marijuana retailer operations that want to set up shop in Oxnard with only eight spots available. As city officials and consultants begin interviewing these businesses later this month, one thing to consider is whether to prioritize Oxnard-based operations.
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In an inevitable conclusion, California must share cannabis Licensee records with Feds, after the Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) and Department of Justice (“DOJ”) won their federal court case against the California Bureau of Cannabis Control
420 HPC Port Hueneme in Ventura County, Calif. values community service. Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard is one of the organizations they proudly support.
On Wednesday, detectives served a search warrant in the 16000 blocks of Curtis Trail. During the search, authorities seized approximately 87 pounds of marijuana, worth over $80,000, according to authorities.
Have you heard the story about how “420” became slang for using marijuana because it was the police department’s radio code for calling in a marijuana-related violation? You’re not alone. But it’s also wrong.
Ventura’s voters will decide in November if their city will get marijuana stores and other cannabis businesses, when they vote on whether to allow the city to tax such businesses.
I well remember back in the 1970s when pot was illegal — period — and in those days every high school kid who wanted some had some, in school and in church. How do I know this? Our own sons told us about their own pot exploits.