Glass House Brands: Cannabis Cultivator With A Cost Advantage
February 4, 2022
Glass House Brands (OTC:GLASF) has positioned itself to avoid many of the risks that have plagued other cannabis companies and have created a sustainable cost advantage in cultivation, which should put investor's minds at ease.
Glass House Brands Inc., one of California’s largest marijuana growers, is planning for a U.S. market with no interstate boundaries in which any state’s cannabis can be sold legally across the country.
What ending the federal marijuana prohibition could mean for the industry
July 16, 2021
Purveyors of legal marijuana are cautiously applauding a Democrat-backed Senate bill to end the federal prohibition of pot, saying their businesses have been stymied by banking regulations that force them to deal in cash and make them a target for thieves.
Top California pot grower Glass House to go public in blank-check deal
April 9, 2021
Glass House Group, California’s largest pot producer, will go public by merging with a blank-check firm that is backed by industry veteran Jonathan Sandelman, in a deal worth more than $1 billion, sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
The drying and curing of plants are important stages in the production of cannabis products, particularly when the intent is to consume the plant in its flower form. Drying removes most of the moisture and curing impacts the flavor profile and effects of the bud.
OK, so this is probably the second weirdest 4/20 ever. what started as an inside joke between friends in the 1970s San Rafael has become the most ubiquitous phrase for cannabis users around the world, but what does that look like in the year 2021?