Although marijuana stocks were a buzzkill last year after federal cannabis-reform measures once again failed to gain traction in Congress, they’re now about as inexpensive as they’ve ever been. With that being said, these are the five best marijuana stocks to buy in 2022.
These pot stocks will have investors seeing green in the new year.
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Planet 13 Holdings
Planet 13 has two operating dispensaries at the moment. The Las Vegas SuperStore spans 112,000 square feet and features a cafe, consumer-facing processing center, and events center, to go along with the biggest selection of pot products you’ll find in any U.S. dispensary. There’s also the Orange County SuperStore in Santa Ana, California, which spans 55,000 square feet, including 16,500 square feet of selling space.
Associated British Foods (AB Foods) is a diverse company consisting of a variety of agricultural and ingredients businesses, such as sugar and corn, as well as its clothing retail arm, Primark. But it’s less known that the company is also one of the UK’s largest producers of legal cannabis.
A potential consequence could be inadvertently creating a monopoly among the handful of licensed producers.
Sativex, a GW Pharmaceuticals product, is a spray containing both CBD and THC that is used primarily to treat certain types of multiple sclerosis (MS). It has been authorised in over 25 countries, including the UK. Its second product, Epidiolex, is used to treat
Marijuana regulation in the UK
Yet, access to legal medicinal marijuana remains extremely limited. It cannot be prescribed by your average general practitioner (GP), only by those listed on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council.