New marijuana strain could slash medical cannabis costs
A new strain of marijuana plant could slash costs for medical cannabis users in Minnesota.
Otsego-based Minnesota Medical Solutions, one of two medical cannabis operators in the state, announced the creation of a new strain with a higher cannabidiol (CBD) content than any cannabis plant known.
The new strain, named the Katelyn Faith strain, was cultivated through months of germination research, MinnMed CEO Kyle Kingsley said Wednesday at the company’s Otsego greenhouse and laboratory.
“This is likely the most CBD-rich strain in the world, though it’s difficult to know for sure because testing is not as rigorous and transparent as it should be,” he said. [Read more at the St. Paul Pioneer Press]
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