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CBD-enhanced sugar, developed by Ron Silver of Bubby's in Tribeca.
This contraption extracts oil from marijuana plants.
PotBot is described by its creators as the world's first cannabinoid recommendation engine.
Another oil extractor, produced by Incredibles, a Colorado-based cannabis chocolate company.
THC-infused soda syrups, developed by Ron Silver of Bubby's in Tribeca.
Shira Adler's "Beyond the Spectrum" CBD aromatherapy sprays. The yellow spray, on the right, will also be produced with THC, targeted at children with autism.
Marijuana packaging products.
Ron Silver's take on 5-Hour Energy: CBD/THC and caffeine-enhanced coconut water.
No recreational weed chocolate for you, New Yorkers.
A "Keurig-style" pod of marijuana.
Penny Howard says this hemp oil got rid of her daughter's seizures, which were previously 40 times a day.
The world's smallest EEG, developed to be used by marijuana-prescribing doctors.
This contraption makes the oil-extracting process quite literally transparent.
Marijuana products are said to do wonders for under-eye circles.
Edibles concealed beneath glass, brought in from Colorado.
Hemp seed oil, for cooking or, you know, drinking straight.
The "Keurig" of vaporizers.