How do we invest in cannabis?
According to data from Grand View Research, the cannabis market is expected to grow at around 17% per year until 2025. The CBD market is expected to grow by 126% between 2018 and 2027, according to data from Market Research Future.
More and more countries are legalising the use of marijuana, most for medicinal purposes, but some are also allowing it to be used for recreational purposes. Many clinical studies have shown that marijuana treatments show cancer cell destruction capabilities.
The treatment of diseases.
The CBD market, which is one of the two most important components of cannabis (along with THC), is experiencing accelerated growth in recent years, as it has no psychoactive effects, but is beneficial for the treatment of some symptoms and diseases.
How do we invest in cannabis?
We have selected the most relevant companies and investment vehicles worldwide to invest in cannabis:
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News about cannabis
The use of cannabis for medicinal purposes has become an industry that exceeds growth expectations in all aspects. Studies dedicated to highlighting the benefits of cannabis helping to overcome chronic pain, nausea and other conditions are increasing in number, with the number of users increasing annually.
Cannabis, which integrates more than 10,000 different uses, has ceased to be a simple drug to become a robust market, with a value of 37.4 billion dollars in 2021.
In the coming years there will be companies that manage to capture the cannabis market and become generators of income and a source of jobs, therefore, investors from all over the world have shown increasing interest in investing in the industry.
Is investing in medical cannabis a good idea? Let's explore some of the pros and cons of investing in medical cannabis, so you can decide if it's the right option for you.
Medical cannabis is gaining ground in the world and is presented as an investment possibility with risks and benefits to take into account.