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StaffFebruary 4, 2021


Editors Note: This is a guest post. 

Growing up, my parents used to play classical music besides my crib for hours and hours. They believed that this would make me smarter when I grow up. While I would like to think that I became a decent human being, listening to music growing up certainly did help me appreciate all kinds of genres. The fact that my dad was a music teacher might also play into the bias where I enjoy listening to music.

With cannabis plants bought from places like Online Dispensary Canada, will it actually make a difference if we play music to them? Will it actually make it grow better? Grow taller? We realize it sounds somewhat offbeat to play music for plants – I mean plants don’t have ears, isn’t that so?  Yet, research has indicated that music may, truth be told, profoundly affect a cannabis plant’s development, such as the Rockstar weed strain. Strangely, various styles of music effectively affect plant development.  In spite of the fact that the jury is as yet out on the adequacy of music to invigorate plant development, what scientists have found up to this point is quite unfathomable. 

Cannabis Plants And Music

Analysts have been considering the impact of music on plants for quite a long time. Dr. T. C. Singh directed a couple of tests in 1962 in which he found that resin plants grew 20% taller and had an expanded biomass of 60 to 70 percent contrasted with control plants that were held peacefully.  Singh likewise noticed that seeds filled in melodic conditions had an expanded imperativeness rate and delivered more grounded attributes, for example, improved leaf creation and greater leaves. Curiously, various kinds and sorts of music appear to influence plant development in an unexpected way. Singh proposed through his exploration that violin music delivered the most ideal outcomes. 

At that point, in 1973, Professor Dorothy Retallack of Francis Brown University set up her own test. She partitioned plants into three gatherings, played an F-note for eight strong hours for one gathering of plants, played a comparative note to another gathering, and left the third (the benchmark group) peacefully.  Despite the fact that the main gathering kicked the bucket inside about fourteen days, the subsequent gathering flourished while the third demonstrated no significant changes. Then, she proceeded to test various sorts: rock and old-style music. She by and by split her plants into three gatherings and played either awesome music, traditional music, or nothing. She found that plants who were presented with awesome music effectively attempted to “escape” the sound by dismissing their development from the speakers or “climbing” the dividers of the fenced-in area.  She additionally saw indications of stress in the rowdy plants looking like unreasonable water consumption. 

Note that it’s not really the class that influences plant development yet rather the cadence and concordance of the sound.  Plants that are presented to quieting music like traditional will in general reasonably better than those presented to weighty metal which is likely because of the manner in which plants have developed and adjusted to their surroundings. 

Plants Reaction to Music 

Cannabis plants, such as 99 Oz Canada options, are notable to respond to their outer surroundings – hot conditions urge plant surrenders to twist to lessen sweat, for instance, much the same as pervasions support the arrival of terpenes to shield the plant from harm.  Moreover, plants respond to vibrations noticeable all around and ground which causes them to shield themselves from hungry caterpillars or moderate their development in blustery territories that may snap their branches. 

The equivalent goes for sound which is made of vibrations. Regardless of whether music, a bustling roadway, or the sound of moving toward hunters, plants have figured out how to get vibrations and respond as indicated by the signals they send them. Accordingly, plants that respond antagonistically to forceful exciting music do so on the grounds that their developmental cosmetics have instructed them that these lower recurrence sound waves represent a danger (mechanical gear like vehicles and fabrics dryers likewise produce low-recurrence sound waves). 

These are the plants that can go on to become products at a Shatter Canada store, which differs in quality based on how they are grown. High recurrence sound waves, then again, (for example, those delivered with traditional music) have the contrary impact, motioning to the plant that conditions are ideal for development and improvement.  The purpose behind this is on the grounds that the recurrence supports stomata, or the little pores in plant surfaces, to open up considering more noteworthy supplement admission while obliging expanded happening. 

Music has a method of moving us. Across societies – and species – organic entities respond to music in manners that lessen pressure, improve wellbeing, and increment development.  It’s nothing unexpected, at that point, that music would have similar consequences for plants which numerous producers are as of now utilizing to their advantage.


StaffJuly 17, 2018


So far, 2018 has been a huge year for the cannabis industry; but where is it all heading? In AxisWire’s 2018 Cannabis Trend Report, we take a look at some of the biggest developments in the cannabis industry so far this year and provide insight as to where the market trends suggest they will be headed.

Here’s a sneak peak:

Women in Cannabis
Women are gaining greater ground in the cannabis industry. Women hold approximately 27% of C-Suite level positions in the cannabis industry. The last year has seen an explosion of industry organizations dedicated to advancing women in the industry, like IPW and Women Grow. There is also a growing number of women-owned cannabis brands, like Garden Society, as well as brands marketing specifically to women, such as Whoopi & Maya.

Cannabis Stocks
Bolstered by legal cannabis in Canada and by increasingly impotent federal enforcement in the United States, the number of cannabis companies going public is on the rise. Companies like Canopy Growth and Cronos Group have gone public on the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ, respectively. Additionally, several US companies are gearing up to go public in Canada; including Acreage Holdings, Dixie Brands Inc., and MJIC Inc.

Agricultural technology in the cannabis industry is set to see some big changes. Cannabis giants like Aurora and Canopy are starting to build massive grow operations and as such as are looking for ways to increase efficiency and reduce costs. Cannabis growers are beginning to favor CMH lighting over LEDs and HPS lighting, primarily due to its low costs and high Color Rendering Index Score. Automation is also an avenue that cultivators are exploring to reduce costs, including cannabis trimming robots.

Welcome to Hollyweed
Hollywood is slowly becoming more comfortable with its relationship with cannabis. Encouraged by recreational cannabis becoming legal in California, there has been an upswell of celebrity cannabis brands; such as Montel Williams’ Lentiv. Likewise, there has been an increase in cannabis-related television shows, and award shows like the Academy Awards have started allowing cannabis gift bags.

Infused Cannabis Beverages
Beverages infused with cannabis stand to be the next big thing in the industry. Several large beer companies have already expressed interest in making craft cannabis beverages; including the brewing company Lagunitas. Independent cannabis companies have also begun to branch out into the world of cannabis beverages; including a number of cannabis-based wines, such as the new luxury brand coming to market SAKA.

Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
Like other industries, cannabis has fallen head over heels for cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Due to the disconnect between state and federal cannabis laws, some companies have resorted to launching Initial Coin Offerings as a way to raise money. Additionally, larger cannabis companies have begun to develop blockchain-based software systems to help manage seed-to-sale tracking as well as point-of-sale technology.

International Trade
Cannabis’ newfound legality in Canada has led several cannabis companies to seek out international markets. A lack of infrastructure in medical cannabis markets, such as Germany, have presented an opportunity for cannabis companies to gain some short-term profit and some long-term benefits. By setting up in developing markets, larger cannabis companies have the chance to establish a footprint before local businesses even get off the ground.

Music Industry & Cannabis
A growing number of famous musicians are starting to stake a claim in the cannabis industry. Legends like Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson have launched their own cannabis brands, and business savvy rock stars like Gene Simmons have started to make investments in this growing industry. Some aspiring musicians are also hoping to make a name for themselves by using cannabis itself to spread awareness of their music.

You can download the 2018 Cannabis Trend Report for free by clicking here.


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