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..
Despite living in the height of the Information Age, myths about cannabis are still lurking and stoking the fears of politicians and citizens who don’t understand the plant. The American public’s perceptions about cannabis have been twisted since the 1930s. But thanks to medical marijuana and increased accessibility to studies about it, we’re getting closer..
Strains above 30% have become a bit of a craze in Maryland’s market. Growers unleashed a new round of them and — other than doubts floating among influencers about potency — it brings up if there’s even a need for a 30 and over club. Cannabis affects everyone differently. There is no one-size fits all..
The Cannabis Science Conference was a great experience and we hope you made it! There’s no denying the hefty price tag. But the resources, panels, exhibitors, doctors, keynote speakers and so many more helped create a very educational experience. This was the conference’s first time expanding to the east coast. If you weren’t able to..
In cannabis, everyone loves preaching “End the Stigma.” But when do we take time to apply that to racial disparities related to our favorite federal troublemaker? Legislation rode the coattails of social equity to initiate what we have today. And that means that while many were paying lip service to the suffering of communities of..
With the swoons (or despair) of Valentine’s Day behind us, it’s time to shed the light of Black History Month onto the cannabis industry! Sure, there is some progress happening. Marilyn Mosby’s decision to stop prosecuting cannabis crimes. Kamala Harris’s (sudden) alignment with legalization. But those moves are mere drops in the bucket of systematic..