Turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce – all classic items on your Thanksgiving list. But some people plan on stocking up on a last-minute item on "Green Wednesday," the cannabis industry's Black Friday.
Cannabis is becoming a popular item in dishes on the Thanksgiving table this year. It's showing up in cocktails at bars and restaurants, in lotions in the beauty aisle, and now cannabis is on the Thanksgiving table.
"Maybe a little bit of stress relief from family members, or the stresses from the holidays," said Julia Germaine, co-founder of Temescal Wellness. "Infusing it into a fat or an oil. You can do the same thing with CBD flower."