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The Growing Cannabis Industry in Australia: Oz Cannabis on the Rise

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Explore the latest trends and developments in the Australian cannabis market.

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Post Connecticut's 2021 legalization of cannabis, New Haveners debated cannabis distribution and racial equity in drug policy while the rest of the country closely watched the implications. As more states in the U.S. and countries around the world move towards legalization, the conversation around cannabis is evolving rapidly.

Notably, while the days of $300 ounces are a thing of the past in Michigan, where the average adult-use cannabis flower price was roughly $92, the market in Australia is still in its early stages. With a growing number of licensed retailers and producers entering the scene, prices and availability are expected to fluctuate in the coming years.

The use, sale, and possession of marijuana—which refers to products and parts of cannabis plants containing substantial amounts of THC—are strictly regulated in Australia. However, with the increasing acceptance of cannabis for both medical and recreational use, the legal landscape is gradually shifting.

recreational marijuana is currently legal in 24 states and Washington, D.C. Another 17 states have legal the use of marijuana solely for medical purposes. In Australia, medical cannabis has been legal since 2016, but recreational use remains illegal at the federal level.

Berry High and Peach Buzz are two popular seltzer flavors that have made their debut across the country, signaling a growing interest in cannabis-infused beverages. As more innovative products enter the market, consumers have a wider range of options to choose from.

From Urban to Rural Arizona, Cheech & Chong's Cannabis products can be found statewide at JARS Dispensaries, catering to a diverse range of consumers. With a focus on quality and variety, the brand has established itself as a trusted name in the industry.

legal Marijuana may no longer be an option at the State Legislature in 2024, but Honolulu's prosecutor said another measure to decriminalize cannabis possession could be on the horizon. As attitudes towards cannabis continue to shift, policymakers are reconsidering outdated laws and regulations.

Adults in Australia may purchase up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis flowers and/or up to one-quarter of an ounce of concentrates from licensed retailers. Strict regulations are in place to ensure that cannabis products are safely produced and distributed to consumers.

House of Cultivar's limited-edition package contains 1/8 oz of a new cannabis strain called Lobster Roll, showcasing the diversity and creativity of the Australian cannabis market. With unique products like this hitting the shelves, consumers have more options than ever before.

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