To some, cannabis and exercise may seem like an unlikely pairing. But those in the know understand that cannabis in its various forms can serve as a great pre, during, or post-workout supplement. These Top 5 insights from BDS Analytics counter the “lazy stoner” stereotype and show that cannabis often is a welcome addition to Consumers’ workout routines.
Inspired by the Cannabis Intelligence Briefing Series Report:
How many products contain cannabis? Hundreds. Flower – of course – and pre-rolls. Vape pens and concentrates like shatter and Live Resin. Creams and massage oils. Chocolate chip cookies, coffee sodas, pills, strawberry taffy, powders for adding to hot tea or cold juice. Companies are rolling out myriad new products in pot-friendly states every week — it’s remarkable.
You love your Kosher Kush, a strong indica-strain developed in Los Angeles known for its earthy aroma and strong pain-killing and sleep effects. And while you don’t love the advertised price — $9.12 a gram, which is about 30 cents above the average per-gram price in California for all strains according to BDS Analytics (by comparison, by the end of 2017 the average price for a gram of flower in Colorado was $4.98) — you deal. At least you can stroll into your shop and walk away with your favorite strain.