Why China Is Betting Big on CBD | WSJ



As products made with CBD, or cannabidiol, take off in the U.S., Chinese entrepreneurs are looking cash in. The WSJ visited China’s cannabis heartland to see how they are navigating this highly sensitive industry as they try to turn their country into a CBD superpower.

Photo composite: Sharon Shi. Video: Clément Bürge

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46 comments

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  2. Mmnn naaa il pass…buy organic from the U.S or Canada instead…even Mexico at some point, they need to legalize asap. We have more than enough land mass and quality soil to grow top grade weed. At least you won't end up smoking plastic…

  3. I bet some them Chinese people in that province b smoking the weed that gets rejected ! Let me guess the presidents weed smoking uncle that spent years living in new Amsterdam!

  4. …It’s grown in China, they said. Our new sworn enemy, they said. Ingesting it is perfectly safe, they said. It’s all brought to you by the same people that brought street opioids to America, they said…

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