Canada, are you tired of running out of weed and going to the dispensary only to find out they’re out too? Do you become enraged when you order an eighth of pot, and it comes with 5 lb. of packaging? If you answered yes to these questions, then relief may be on the way. Everyone has heard about the cannabis shortage in Canada. Justin Trudeau predicts that in an estimated 1 years’ time that this shortage will be under control. If only they would have let the small mom-and-pop craft cannabis growers that produce cannabis so well do what they do best.
Corporate Control Equals Problems in Canada
Instead, this is the result you see when the cannabis industry is handed over to corporate control. For example, Canada has seen all kinds of recalls on cannabis products produced by these individuals. Individuals that should know better and be operating in compliance with regulations. If you’re worried about running out of weed, you might be able to save yourself some stress by growing your own at home. The first cannabis clones in Canada are now available for sale online. Rumor is, you better act fast. If these cannabis clones are anything like the provincial cannabis websites for businesses, you’re going to find slim pickings.
Clones May be the Solution to the Cannabis Shortages in Canada
Newfoundland Labrador Liquor Corporation is selling cannabis clones online in Canada. There are eight different varieties with THC percentages ranging from 8 upwards of 24%. CBD concentrations are available from zero to 11%. For $39.99 each plus an estimated additional $40 for delivery one of these clones could be yours. The Federal Cannabis Act in Canada allows people 19 years of age and older to possess and cultivate up to four cannabis plants in each household. The sale of these clones in December came as a surprise coincidentally. If you are one of the lucky folks to get your hands on one of these clones, you can expect to receive a package with a nifty little battery-powered LED light attached to it to help ensure your cannabis clones is thriving upon arrival.