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Cannabis Industry Spotlight - CannaDips

Cannabis-infused products are a multi-billion dollar market & growing. Here, we highlight the innovative brand called CannaDips.

Jason SanderJason Sander · Mar. 20, 2021 · 4 min read
Cannabis Industry Spotlight - CannaDips

In our continuing series about interesting products that add value to the cannabis community, today we’re discussing the unique brand called CannaDips. In this article, we discuss this innovative brand and how its products work.

What Are CannaDips?

As the cannabis industry evolves, consumers are searching for new ways to ingest the plant other than the traditional methods of smoking. CannaDips are basically exactly how they sound - pouches of cannabis-infused pouches of dip that you dip just like tobacco. However, unlike chewing tobacco, there are no sketchy spit bottles needed and there is no tobacco or nicotine in CannaDips.

Popular internet content creators like Barstool Network and the Pat McAfee Show have highlighted the CannaDips brand because it seems like there are none like them. CannaDips containers are available in THC-infused pouches in legal states, and CBD in most others. Here are the meat and potatoes on what CannaDips is all about.

How Do CannaDips Work?

Each tin of CannaDips’ infused tins contains 15 pouches with 150 mg of THC or CBD each. The pouches fit in between your cheek or gums like tobacco dips, but again, don’t require the off-putting spitters and accompany potential health problems that come with tobacco.

The cannabinoids in CannaDips are absorbed by the mucous membranes in your mouth. This means that the effects of CannaDips are felt much more quickly than other cannabis-infused items and edibles. Most consumers seem to agree that the CannaDips products work in about 15 minutes or less, and the effects last for up to two hours. It seems that the biggest downside of the pouches in CannaDips tins is that they might tear in your mouth if you move them around too much. This issue sounds minimal to us, though.

The CannaDips Brand Image

The delivery method from CannaDips sounds like a great way to consume when you’re out on a hike, bike ride, or something else that requires you to be hands-free. The digital marketing behind the CannaDips brand seems to be focused on the ‘outdoorsy’ type, which makes the most sense for them. Our only knock on the brand’s image is that they seem to cater to guys, borderline “dude-broish”, and we’d love to hear some perspective on what ladies think about the product.

Our personal opinions aside, the industry facts don’t lie - women now make up the majority of legal cannabis consumers. It appears that it would be in the best interest of the CannaDips brand’s bottom line to find a way to appeal to the largest demographic currently making up the legal cannabis industry.

CannaDips Flavors

At the time of this writing, CBD CannaDips pouches are available in five core flavors - mint, wintergreen, citrus, mango, and American spice. Most consumers seem to favor the citrus flavor. The citrus flavor is sweet and lemony, with most of the flavor coming through after you’ve had it in your mouth for an hour. The mint flavor appears to mimic breath mints and seems to be pretty intense. Some consumers even say they enjoy pairing mint CannaDips pouches with their coffee. The American spice flavor is a mix of cinnamon and chicory, and the mango and wintergreen flavors taste exactly how they sound.

Cannadips-on-rock Image credit: cannadipscbd.com

CannaDips - Bottom Line

With cannabis-infused products being an ever-expanding niche market of the cannabis industry, we’re a bit surprised that CannaDips isn’t more popular. This could be because their availability in THC form is a bit limited at this point, as it seems like California is the only state to offer the THC version of CannaDips pouches with widespread availability. As we continue to peel back the layers of cannabis prohibition, we wouldn’t be surprised if the brand takes off even more as their availability opens up in more states.

The CBD-infused tins cost $9.99 on the CannaDips website, with 15 CBD-infused pouches at 10mg each. The cost of the THC tins varies but seems to average around $30.

The product is easy to use - there’s nothing to chew, nothing to digest, and no spit involved, and the flavors sound great. The pouches are a great way to help absorb cannabinoids to catch a nice medicated effect or relieve sore muscles during or after a nice long hike or bike ride in nature. Not to mention - consuming CannaDips will be about as discreet as it gets. We can’t find many bad things at all to say about this product.

Just Showing Love

As is the case with all of our industry spotlight articles, we make a point to mention that these articles aren’t sponsored. We do these articles because we have either used the products and love them, or know people who have. This isn’t to say we’re opposed to sponsored content (call us) - but we feel that showing love without expecting anything in return is one of the best ways to build community. And building a community in cannabis is what HashDash is all about!

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We hope you found value in our content about the Cannadips brand. Have you used Cannadips products? If so, what did you think about them? We’d love to hear your input! Sound off on our social - @hashdash on all platforms, except for Instagram, where we are @hashdashdotcom.

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Thanks for reading! Happy consuming!

Jason Sander
Jason SanderJason is a versatile writer and marketer with over ten combined years of experience working with clients in various industries. He couples this expertise with six years of writing for the cannabis sector as well as a passion for the business side, and the science behind the plant medicine.




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