For Jamaican cannabis cultivators, business is booming. The nation’s industry regulator, the Cannabis Licensing Authority, recently revealed that it had witnessed a dramatic uptick in demand for Jamaican products on the global market, having issued export licenses to territories as far away as Australia and Germany in recent months, both of which were seeking to import Jamaican cannabis for research and medical purposes. In total, the CLA stated, the regulator had issued 42 export authorizations to 10 entities trading with various regions across the globe thus far this year.
“What this tells us is that we have been producing cannabis to the standards required of these other jurisdictions, and thus there is potential for commercial quantities to be exported in the future once markets are opened,” said acting CLA head, Faith Graham.
American Cannabis Partners has sought to capitalize on the global affinity for Jamaican cannabis as well as its close links to the nation through the employment of traditional Jamaican cultivation techniques within their cannabis cultivation, harvesting, and curing process. "These methods have resulted in a far superior product for us, as well as faster growth rates, greater production yields, higher THC levels, and enhanced terpene bouquets," the company team stated.
"The level of exacting detail and care paid to the plants, as well as our adherence to sustainable Jamaican production practices, have led us to produce some of the most sought-after flower in the United States."
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