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,..
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..
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..
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..
Parental cannabis use could stand to have some guidelines. Why? Because our community talks about de-stigmatizing and having a cultural dialogue. But doesn’t dive into the nitty gritty of what protections aren’t in place. In this case, the spotlight is on social services and how cannabis use can separate families. And that’s an inescapable truth..
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..
Your dog’s health and wellness didn’t end with the days of summer (we hope!). As a patient, you may know dogs have an endocannabinoid system. But it’s not the same as ours. That means you must take precautions if your dog has a health problem and you want to explore hemp-derived CBD as a wellness..
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..