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Buy banana runtz online Canned cannabis flower jars creator of Golden State Banana bringing to you the finest craft California cannabis to recreational and medical dispensaries near you by providing you a variety of exotic cannabis flower jars. Marijuana is growing up and getting legal, but it’s still often packaged in plastic baggies. Now there’s a mature manufacturing solution to aid the budding industry.
The only thing growing, distributing, and selling cannabis used to lead to was prison time. Now it’s becoming just as legitimate an industry as it was when our first president George Washington cultivated it on his Mount Vernon homestead. Of course, he grew hemp for mooring ropes, clothing, and such, while today’s growers harvest it reduce cancer patients’ nausea and your brother’s boredom, but nonetheless, it’s a legitimate way to earn a living. Mostly. The psychoactive herb remains illegal on the federal level, though 27 states exercise the tenth amendment to allow medicinal use. And after this past election, recreational use is—or soon will be—permitted in seven of those states, as well as Washington D.C., where our federal laws are occasionally made.
If you grow pot, your market is at least one in every five Americans. Then tack on all the tourists that visit California, which included 17 million international visits in 2015. Don’t forget to add the all the hedonists who stay in Las Vegas. There were 42 million of them in 2015. So the outlook is incredibly, uh, high (I wish I could tell you that’s the last pun, I really do). Projected sales for legal marijuana could reach nearly $23 billion by 2020, according to ArcView Market Research. That’s an enticing figure for investors like Serge Chistov, who financially backs the full-scale manufacturing operation at Honest Marijuana Co. in Oak Creek, Colo., an unspoiled Rocky Mountain hamlet off the beaten path and exactly the type of place one would expect a craft cannabis operation. What you may not expect are the same highly efficient, technologically advanced packaging practices found in the food and beverage industry. “We look at our buds as a gentle flower from beginning to end,” Chistov says. “So they are put in hollow cans by hand, then go to a semi-manual injection of liquid nitrogen to push out the oxygen right before getting canned.”
Honest Marijuana, founded by 26-year-old Anthony “Ant” Franciosi still uses organic agricultural methods and sustainable practices, yielding up to 160 lb/ month. To keep the lovingly tended-to buds preserved for the consumer, the company forgoes baggies and uses nitrogen-sealed metal cans for the fluffy, crystal-covered whole buds, and nitrogen-flushed blister packaging, like a toothbrush would come in, for individual blunts. Cigar shops wouldn’t throw a hand-rolled Cohiba in a mason jar by the register; they’d store it in well-maintained humidors. It’s the same theory here, but in disposable storage. Chistov thinks Craft cannabis should take the same care in preservation, even if their grass-fed cigarillos (blunts) are rolled in modified cigarillo machines, at a rate of 700-900/hour, before a conveyor takes them to the nitrogen-flushing blister machine made by Mactec Packaging.
Canned cannabis flower jars this nitrogen-sealed canning, patented by N2 Packaging Systems, is similar to the process used to keep ammunition indefinitely fresh for a potential zombie apocalypse, as well as preserving food. Replacing oxygen with the inert gas keeps everything from potato chips to crackers fresh and crunchy for several months to years.
And now that weed can be preserved the same way as munchies, consumers can expect a consistent product and stable pricing, which are fairly low standards for any other industry.