The following article is provided by Autumn Shelton, of Autumn Brands
Traditional flower still remains the most common and preferred method of consumption around the world. Since flower is such a popular choice for its versatility, one can be left feeling a little bit lost- about what to smoke, that is. Luckily, Autumn Brands has you covered with our wide variety of high quality, artisanal kush strong enough to make the regular toker excited. Continue reading Breaking Down Sativa/Indica/Hybrid Strains from Women-Owned Autumn Brands
The American CBD Expo has something for everyone intrigued or immersed in the CBD industry.
Continue reading American CBD Expo [Event Announcement]
In a state that recently legalized cannabis, ironing out the kinks has been a challenge. Since California’s first legal cannabis stores opened on January 1, 2018, it’s been up to the state’s regulators to shut down black market stores in an effort to curb illegal cannabis activity in the highly regulated new market. Now the Associated Press reported that nearly 20 percent of California’s legal products have failed lab testing reports. However, those closest to the industry believe that the standards for testing are unrealistic and difficult for all companies to achieve. Continue reading 20% of California Cannabis Products Fail Testing
If you haven’t been keeping up with the saga, the drama over the strain named Gorilla Glue has culminated in a loss for the cannabis industry. As Herb reported, “Gorilla Glue isn’t the first strain to be sued for its name. But it’s one of the first strain to lose.” Continue reading Competition to Rename Gorilla Glue #4 Will Send Winner to Coachella!
In a sweeping move, the city of San Francisco is set to remove marijuana offenses from thousands of people who have been previously convicted of them. Advocacy groups have been asserting for years that marijuana offenses are discriminatory toward the poor and minority groups, and with California’s passing of legalized recreational cannabis on Jan 1, 2018, it’s time to reverse those harmful convictions. Continue reading San Francisco to Expunge Thousands of MJ Offenses
Legalized Weed Now Available in California
California’s Proposition 64 takes effect January 1st, allowing for recreational cannabis to be grown, sold, and consumed throughout the state. Continue reading California’s Legal Recreational Cannabis Laws Take Effect January 1st!
California’s Prop 64 passed last November 9th, making it legal for adults 21 and over to consume marijuana, although not in public. However, there is nowhere to legally buy weed…yet. Continue reading What Are the Recreational Marijuana Laws in California?
Cannabis Cuisine, A Cerebral Experience
How legal California cannabis is shaping culinary arts and commanding attention this summer festival season.
When: August 12th and 13th, 2017
Where: Malibu, California
What: In this two-day event, more than 40 vendors will be surrounded by a marijuana farmers market, a speaker series, yoga, spa treatments, music and food, all for your enjoyment!
Check out the Eventbrite page for more information and tickets!
California Cannabis Country Fair
When: July 21st – 23rd 2017
Where: The Black Oak Ranch, Laytonville, California.
What: The first inaugural Cannabis Country Fair will combine traditional country fair experiences with the newly unified community of cannabis.
Who: Cannabis farmers, wellness enthusiasts, industry educators, chefs and musicians will all contribute to this weekend of fun. Many big-name music groups will light up the stage, including: Thievery Corporation, Portugal, The Man, Beats Antique, White Denim, Allen Stone, Anders Osborne, Jamestown Revival, Katchafire, Lyrics Born, and more to be announced. This event is only open to medical marijuana card holders.
Find out more information and get your tickets here!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a cannabis industry company is stepping up in support.
Bloom Farms, a medical cannabis company based out of San Francisco, has just released a limited edition pink vape pen and vape cartridge in support of breast cancer awareness. The vape pen is a version of their award-winning Highlighter vape pen.
Bloom Farms has also donated $5000 to Susan G. Komen Circle of Promise. This initiative aims to counter the inequality in breast cancer survival amongst African American women. The Circle of Promise is a resource for women in the fight against breast cancer.
Bloom Farms’ Single Origin Reserve vape cartridges are made with 100% pure cannabis oil. Their newest cartridge feature a strain called Goddess, a limited edition strain.
Cannabis users are some of the most friendly, thoughtful and socially responsible people on the planet. Legal marijuana has only started to blossom and it is important for those in the budding industry to give back by supporting social causes such as breast cancer awareness month. Learn more about Bloom Farms here.
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