Thousands of growers. Thousands of products.
The next big winners in cannabis are capitalizing on the bottleneck that lies between.
Investors have long been focused on only two sides of the cannabis trade: Growers on one side and consumer products on the other. Anyone can grow cannabis. And anyone can place their branding on products, but Investors are just beginning to pay attention to the potential in extraction technologies.
This is not inconsequential. Cannabis and hemp extraction are shaping up to be multi-billion-dollar industries.
$57 Billion Up For Grabs In A Brand-New Industry
Consider the enormity of the total market. In 2016, Forbes reported that by the end of this year the CBD market will have soared 175% annually to $2.1 billion. More recently, Forbes updated its CBD market projections for 2025 to a staggering $16 billion.
That number may be the low end. HealthMJ.com projects that the total CBD market could hit $57 billion by 2027. 
Those are just the projections for CBD extract. As more and more states move to legalize recreational cannabis, the total market size for all cannabis extraction products containing THC could double or triple these already enormous figures.
In late 2019, Canada kicked off the wide market sales of cannabis products with its “Cannabis 2.0” regulatory change. Through this change, virtually all cannabis edibles, cannabis-infused beverages and various other products were legalized for sale. The immediate impact is a market quickly rising to $2.7 billion annually in Canada alone. 
Similar regulatory changes are taking place in the States, which, based on population, could propel this market by ten-fold or more.
With cannabis consumers increasingly focused on health-conscious alternatives, sales for edibles and concentrates have begun to eclipse sales of raw flower.
Consumers Are Moving Away From Smoking
While smoking has been the traditional method of ingesting cannabinoids, its popularity has begun to wane in recent years.
Hand in hand with the trend smoking tobacco has followed (a 63% decline from its peak in 1963), revenue for raw cannabis flower fell below 50% of sales for the first time in 2017. During the same time period, sales for edibles and concentrates saw substantial growth, overtaking the sales of raw flower by a considerable margin for the first time in history.
An even greater spike in growth is anticipated. Recent projections for the U.S. and Canadian edibles market are expected to reach more than $5 billion by 2023.
Finding A Solution To The Edibles Industry’s Greatest Challenge
One of the biggest challenges the edibles industry faces has been the development of a successful formula for adding CBD and THC to beverages.
Essentially, CBD and THC extracts are oil-based, meaning that specialized technologies and processes are necessary to achieve water-solubility. Many companies have tried and failed, yielding low quality products that separate over time, have a grainy consistency, or have a strong “grassy” flavor.
That’s a major deal considering the beverage giants who are flocking to take part in the cannabis trend. Their need for massive, dependable supplies of CBD compounds could absolutely dwarf existing supply channels.
This Ground-Floor Opportunity Is Just Getting Started
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