As 2022 begins, we are starting a series highlighting new products at Peake ReLeaf. This year has yielded many new choices to aid our patients’ quest for relief from a myriad of ailments. Lots of new edibles have arrived in the form of gummies and chocolates! Existing growers and processors have developed new products that..
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..
Entering the legal cannabis market means having defined expectations of the quality of your medicine. From hunting on the legacy (illicit/black/negative terms) market for good weed to being able to review terpene profiles means that you expect the best for what you’re spending. Patients over profits continues to be the mantra when facing corporate plant..
It’s New Year’s (cannabis) resolution time! Though Winter Solstice is behind us, we wanted to carry the spirit with our Winter Bowlstice exploration. If you frequent our dispensary, you may be familiar with our display case of glass bowls, bongs, and more. We understand it can take a lot of time to select your medicine…
Keeping holiday stress down means an enjoyable time with your family and time to sit back and relax while medicated to reflect. Whether you’re celebrating Winter Solstice, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or all of them through the New Year, consider our recommendations for a stellar time. Holidays can certainly be nerve-wracking with the influx of your..
Classic horror movies go great with Halloween like dairy-free whipped cream on a vegan sundae. And cannabis adds to it like drizzling GMO-free chocolate on top. If you’re looking for premium medicine this spooky season, check out our breakdowns. And you’ll grab a good deal with these two cultivars (commonly known as strains). We’re featuring..
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..
Marketing to women in the cannabis industry isn’t a one-trick pony. And in a medical market like Maryland, innovative female-focused products are a gateway to deeper needs. But what exactly are those needs? And what else is missing? Let’s explore the gap in our medical cannabis market with these key points: Blissiva: expanding the focus..
Cannabis intimacy oil is one of those key products floating around when it comes to sex, women and cannabis. We’re sold on the great heights these products can take sexual experiences, but we feel that something is amiss. Maryland’s medical cannabis market seems to lean into the recreational territory sometimes. And companies may push the..
Women Grow is a national organization for mentorship and support for women in the cannabis industry. Despite how revolutionary it is, cannabis is still laden with gender and race issues in a lot of its spaces. The Leadership Summit provides a safespace to address these problems and to restore spirits of women in the industry..