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SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — Just as Napa Valley winemakers put their region on the map with exceptional offerings, Autumn Brands and local area growers are making a name for themselves in the world of Cannabis. Backed by decades of hard-won, sustainable farming expertise, 50% woman-owned Autumn Brands stands out as a sixth-generation, family-run clean grow operation with a health-centered holistic focus and refreshingly artisanal approach.

“Choosing a Cannabis strain from among the many out there can compare to selecting a favorite wine varietal,” explains Hanna Brand, Co-Founder of Autumn Brands. “Like a fine wine, each carries a unique complexity that, to the trained palate, tell the unmistakable story of its climate and growing technique.”

The temperate climate of Santa Barbara, with its cool ocean breezes, moderate heat, and plentiful sunshine, creates an ideal atmosphere for Autumn Brands’ pure, greenhouse-grown flower. Here are the key elements that create a roadmap for identifying and making the most of each unique bud:

 

  • Color and texture are the first noticeable traits of a strain. Flowers can produce a spectrum of hues, from deep purples to bright oranges or greens, along with a varying degree of trichomes – which appear like crystals on its surface. Note, also, whether it is dense or fluffy and sticky or on the drier side, as these aspects will affect the burn rate.
  • Terpenes are the molecules that create a strain’s distinctive aroma. Each Cannabis plant typically produces a unique combination of around 200 terpenes, determined by things like its breeding and cultivation process. The best way to sample a flower’s terpenes is to gently crush it with your fingers and inhale, as the aroma vaporizes when heated.
  • Flavor and mouthfeel differ vastly among strains. Similar to wine, a user can learn to detect in a flower’s smoke diverse tasting notes like chocolate, citrus, and pine, in addition to savory, sour, or sweet flavors. It can be helpful to describe a toke using vintner terminology, such as “smooth,” “harsh,” or “full-bodied,” depending on a user’s palate and personal experience of the strain.

Using sustainable, pesticide-free methods, Autumn Brands cultivates naturally potent strains in Santa Barbara’s idyllic coastal landscape, hand-cured and hand-trimmed to preserve their natural healing benefits. Experience the latest estate-grown releases, including the euphoric Blue Dream CBD and Sativa-dominant Orange Crush, now available at select Southern California dispensaries in a 7-pack pre-roll and in glass jars of hand-selected flower. Visit AutumnBrands.com to locate the nearest participating seller and browse a full selection of premium flower, pre-rolls, and pre-filled cartridges. Follow on Instagram @AutumnBrands for the latest product releases and updates.

 

Hand-Curated Cannabis News

 

Marijuana Business Daily
How the new California cannabis appellations law borrows from the wine industry

October 15, 2020
Bart Schaneman

Wine producers have long used appellations to establish reputations for quality and distinct characteristics of products from specific regions as well as to educate consumers about unique flavors and profiles generated by a certain place.

How the new California cannabis appellations law borrows from the wine industry

 

 

Marijuana Business Daily

Maine’s recreational cannabis retailers sell nearly $100,000 on opening day

October 13, 2020

Adult-use marijuana retailers in Maine sold $94,643.38 worth of product on Oct. 9, the first day of legal sales in the state, according to preliminary figures released Monday by the state’s Office of Marijuana Policy (OMP).

The News Record

The University of Cincinnati (UC) has launched one of the first higher education programs in the United States to offer a cannabis studies certificate.

October 13, 2020
by Sally Bishop

The University of Cincinnati (UC) has launched one of the first higher education programs in the United States to offer a cannabis studies certificate.

The certificate’s creation was heavily influenced by Sue Trusty, a professor in the horticulture program in the College of Design, Art, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP).

 

MedPage Today

Docs Develop Clinical Guides for Medical Cannabis
— Physicians strive to provide guidance as patients increasingly ask about treatment

October 14, 2020
by Ryan Basen

As medical cannabis gains more mainstream acceptance, and as physicians increasingly encounter patient questions about its use, doctors are developing more clinical resources to guide those who decide to prescribe it.

 

Marijuana Business Daily

A German patient won a long legal battle against her statutory health-insurance provider involving medical cannabis reimbursement.

October 14, 2020
by Alfredo Pascual

The Social Court of Berlin and Brandenburg ruled that the health insurer must cover the cost of dronabinol drops for at least one year.

The news is positive for patient access to medical cannabis and companies looking to capitalize on the burgeoning market.

 

News-Medical.Net

Regular cannabis exposure during pregnancy may cause cognitive deficiencies, anxiety in offspring

October 14, 2020
Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.

Regular cannabis exposure in rats during pregnancy may cause their offspring to have long-term cognitive deficiencies, asocial behavior, and anxiety later in adulthood.

That’s according to a new study by neuroscientists in Washington State University’s Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience unit that provides a rare look at the effects of using cannabis during pregnancy.

 

Ganjapreneur

Study: Medical Cannabis Does Not Create Cognitive Decline in Seniors

October 13, 2020

Senior citizens who use medical cannabis to treat chronic pain do not show evidence of cognitive decline, according to a study from Israel’s Haifa University School of Public Health outlined by the Jerusalem Post.

The study included 125 cannabis users aged 50-and-older – 63 with and 62 without government permission to use cannabis – whose psychomotor reaction, attention, new learning, and working memory was tested while both under the influence of cannabis and sober.

Globe Newswire

Canada’s Legal Cannabis Industry Lacks Diversity, New Policy Brief by the Centre on Drug Policy Evaluation and the University of Toronto Finds

October 15, 2020
Source: University of Toronto

A policy brief released today by the Centre on Drug Policy Evaluation and the University of Toronto that examines race and gender of executives and directors in the Canadian cannabis industry found that Black and Indigenous people, and women, are underrepresented in leadership positions across the board

benzinga.com

CropKing CEO Discusses The Future Of Efficient Cannabis Production

October 14, 2020

As a relatively “new” crop, efficient cannabis production is still being defined.

CEO of CropKing Inc. Paul Brentlinger spoke with Benzinga to help define efficient cannabis production, discuss some of the current issues and decipher how success can be achieved.

 

A Patchwork of Cannabis Safety Standards – and Sometimes None At All

October 14, 2020
By Nate Seltenrich, InDepthNH.org (FairWarning)

Although 35 states, three U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia have legalized cannabis for recreational or medical use, there still are no uniform standards for regulating potentially harmful contaminants in cannabis products. And with five more states voting this November on whether to allow cannabis for the first time, the problem will only grow.

 


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