Cannabis Predictions 2017: Get Ready for Craft Cannabis

For fifteen years, Chef Holden Jagger has been working hard in the kitchens of some of California’s top restaurants - so he knows a thing or two about what people want. Last year, Chef Holden founded Altered Plates, a consulting company that provides customized (and delicious) culinary cannabis experiences, that use every part of the plant. 

So there’s no one more qualified to predict what 2017 holds for the cannabis industry. Here’s why Chef Holden sees small-batch craft cannabis as one of 2017’s hottest cannabis trends. 


The relationship between marijuana use and schizophrenia has been in the news lately after Malcolm Gladwell wrote in The New Yorker that cannabis can lead to the mental illness. But that's not really what science is saying about the issue. The New York Times published a lengthy article examining the idea of marijuana use and schizophrenia.

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