How the legalization of cannabis can bring back this natural, eco-friendly way of growing herbal medicine
Many consumers consume medicine that was produced indoors. Decades of prohibition meant growers were forced to cultivate cannabis in the shadows—hiding their plants under the cover of trees, or inside their homes, utilizing techniques and equipment to replicate the power of the sun.
But as the war on drugs dissipates and jurisdictions across the U.S. make cannabis legal for adult use, another problem presents itself: the widespread production of indoor cannabis is an ecological disaster.
Is it time to take our cannabis cultivation back outside?
And how will that affect quality, potency and price?
We invite you to watch the quick video above to learn more about the story of sungrown cannabis and how, contrary to urban legend, it is a preferred method for cultivating holistic, herbal medicine.