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Although dried cannabis flower, oral sprays and cannabis oils are legal in Canada, other popular forms of consumption are not  as of yet. This includes edibles, cannabis-infused beverages, extracts/concentrates, topicals and vapes.

One of the biggest questions is when the Canadian government will address alternative consumption options. This has put those cannabis products in the spotlight, as they are expected to have higher price points, higher margins and be far less susceptible to pricing pressure than dried flower.

Recently, Health Canada laid out its plan of action on alternative consumption options. According to the rough outline provided by the Canadian regulatory agency, edibles, infused beverages, topicals and extracts should be legal by this fall with a deadline of Oct. 17, 2019.

One item that has been left off the list is cannabis-infused alcoholic beverages. Although non-alcoholic infused beverages should be legal within the next nine months, those containing alcohol will have to wait.

Source: https://www.fool.com/investing/2019/01/20/marijuana-edibles-and-infused-beverages-should-go.aspx

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