Tomorrow, Friday, October 9th come by and meet the Cannabis Patient Advocacy Association at Peake ReLeaf to register to vote, request a mail-in ballot and confirm your polling site! They’ll be on site from 4:30 – 7:00 pm! And check out the conversation that Kevin, Peake ReLeaf’s Director of Creative Marketing, had with Rita Montoya,..
By now it is quite safe to say that everyone has heard about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. There also has been an incredible amount of information thrown out to the public in a very short amount of time – some of it being accurate and some not too accurate. We also have heard alot about..
The opportunity to push for home grow in Maryland is approaching. How? Via our state government, of course. We discussed it before, and we’re back again to get you ready to take action. Do you have to be in Annapolis to make a difference? Nope! We’re exploring the organizations and communities that are advocating for..
Hemp for medicinal use has been conquering multiple markets. Hemp-derived CBD is in wellness shops, big brand stores like Walgreens and Walmart, and creeping into more and more cannabis dispensary lobbies. Many are finding various wellness benefits. But it’s of utmost importance that more clinical research be completed thanks to hemp’s legalization with the 2018..
Growing cannabis in Maryland would be a great option for patients who want budget-friendly, quality medicine. But it remains illegal despite Washington, D.C. medical patients having the privilege less than an hour from our border. With states like Alaska, Michigan, Washington, and Colorado also offering the right, what stands in the way of legalizing home..
Smoking medical cannabis on college campus is more than likely a heavy no. Even though in Maryland the University of Maryland, Baltimore offers the nation’s first graduate cannabis degree, students more than likely can’t medicate on campus. And even though you’re a college student who can access cannabis legally, if you’re living on campus, your..
Maryland children can become medical cannabis patients. The plant can serve as a boon to children whose lives have been racked by disease or disorders. But what happens when they need their medicine in school? There’s anti-marijuana/drug policies with public schools, and some worry about legal ramifications. Though there’s less than 200 patients who are..
Peake Releaf loves the Maryland patient community, especially members who travel from afar to experience our shop. You may be looking to change things up as a medical cannabis patient. You hunger for community and you’re a little tired of your limited selection of dispensaries. So learn why you ought to grab a ticket and..
LGBTQ+. Lesbian. Gay. Bisexual. Transsexual. Queer. And many more identities. As we respect the variety and possibilities of hundreds of cannabis strains in Maryland, June is the push to respect those differences that exist within humanity and our cultures. So as a send off to Pride Month, here’s our take on improving inclusivity within the..
Montgomery County has one of the most bustling cannabis markets in Maryland. And as a leading Rockville dispensary, we want to do more than make money. We always strive to support our community. Which includes the disadvantaged children with disabilities whose families lean on the organization Equipment Connections for Children when all their options have..