The Cannabis Business Summit took over part of the Colorado Convention Center this week -- and many of the products on sale in the expo hall, from business insurance to marketing solutions, were a testament to the ever-growing professionalism of this state's marijuana industry members. But there were some fun products targeted toward dispensary-owners, too.
We picked our favorites to share. Count them down below.
Photos by Thomas Mitchell and Amber Taufen.
Number 8: The folks at EZTrim say this automatic bud trimmer can clip 25-30 pounds of cannabis a day, trimming at six times the rate of five employees. Number 7: Dixie Elixirs rolled out a new line of single-serving, low-dose edible and drink products they're branding as "One" at the summit. Continue to keep counting down the top eight products from the Cannabis Business Summit. Number 6: These Cibaderm products are infused with CBD, an extraction from the marijuana plant, but they aren't psychoactive and can be purchased anywhere in the United States with no special medical license; they allegedly provide pain relief with no psychoactive side effects. Number 5: PhoenixFastFill can produce pre-rolled joints in cigarette-like form to a desired weight, and the company says it works at least ten times faster than doing it by hand -- and minus the saliva. Continue to keep counting down the top eight products from the Cannabis Business Summit. Number 4: Bhang, a specialist in chocolate edibles, has started a hemp oil line, including CBD-infused gum geared toward pain relief without the pyschoactive effects. Number 3: The folks at Miller Soils say their all-natural soil made specifically for growing cannabis needs 40 percent less water than soil made by competitors and its carbon-rich blends increase yields. Continue to keep counting down the top eight products from the Cannabis Business Summit. Number 2: FunkSacs offers a range of products for taking home your product, from child-proof bag locks to odor-proof resealable bags. Number 1: Made by FarmaLabs, G Stiks are pre-rolled joints infused with hash oil and kief, and they are available in indica, sativa and hybrid varieties.
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