Four Signs Smokable Hemp is Going Mainstream

October 9, 2019 15:00:58

As the CBD wave rises higher and higher across the country, one particular product is gaining more attention as well. Hemp flower has become a hit not just among health-conscious people but also among those who use cannabis recreationally simply because it is so relaxing. Here are some of the leading signs that smokable hemp will soon be a mainstream product.

The 2019 Harvest is the Largest Ever

Estimates indicate that approximately 138,000 acres of hemp will be harvested this year. These estimates are deliberately conservative because less than half of the 500,000 acres grown will reach harvest time. This huge harvest will increase the supply of smokable hemp on the market, and prices are likely to reduce to levels that make the products to be within reach for…

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