Christina Bellman is the founder of LEVO, a lifestyle brand whose core product is a first of a kind oil infuser that allows you to infuse any oil or butter with any herb - including but not limited to cannabis - which can be used in everything from marinades to body scrubs! LEVO is fanatical about ingredient quality and control.
Erbanna is a brand of smell proof bags and cases designed for women. Its mission is to provide something discreet for women that looks good and is fun to carry. Combining pot and accessories, yes please!
Josh Weinstein is the founder of Cannagather, New York's llargest monthly cannabis industry meetup bringing together entrepreneurs, activists and industry experts. Inspired by NY Tech Meetup, Josh thought creating a similar network in cannabis could be powerful and important for developing the community.
Sarah ElSayed is the Founder of Grass is Greener PR, a creative marketing agency representing companies and individuals with a primary focus on the cannabis industry. She hopes to widely destigmatize cannabis use, set industry-wide standards and trends, and align Grass is Greener with companies and people who see the bigger picture -- people who are willing to take the road less traveled in order to invoke real change.
All seasoned cannabis enthusiasts know that indica tends to make you sleepy, sometimes even causing "couch lock" - making it your best friend for any Netflix Marathon Sunday. But why is this the case?
In 2017, the cannabis movement made leaps and bounds in both politics and policy, public support and financial investment.
As we blaze into 2018, we sat down with our industry plug KymB to roll out the highs (and lows) of Cannabis 2017.
Looking for a canna-friendly travel destination? While the top choice in our network right now is Uruguay, a whole host of countries have loosened their marijuana laws. Plus: the 5 countries with the world's HARSHEST cannabis laws.
Cannabis was first outlawed in Massachusetts in 1911 at the start of the prohibition era. While alcohol prohibition would only last only until 1933, cannabis prohibition persisted and propaganda ensued.