Many Americans are making the switch to cannabis, new study indicates.
New research by a national marketing strategy firm has turned up some surprising findings about Gen X and Millennial cannabis consumers.
The growing acceptance of marijuana has opened up consumer opportunities for the 420 holiday.
New Luxury Cannabis Brands Bring Fashion, Accessories And Boutique Hotels.
As marijuana increasingly gets the legalization green light, what does it mean for spirits?
Nothing says “music festival” like a floral crown — especially a floral crown with bulging buds of marijuana artfully interspersed with the flower blossoms.
Cannabis consumers are turning to more discreet concentrates and oils.
Since edibles don't produce any smoke or smell, they are quickly being adopted by people who prefer discretion.
One of the best things legalization has brought the style-minded set is an explosion of boutique cannabusinesses designing smoking accessories that actually fit into our lives.
There are many ways to smoke cannabis, but none are perhaps as well-known as smoking a bowl.
The fashion industry has never been one to hide its infatuation with marijuana.
In California's Sonoma County, Sam Edwards gives marijuana the Merlot treatment.
The stereotype of the cannabis consumer is a young guy with long hair and for extra points a tie-dye shirt. The reality is that a majority of cannabis consumers are professionals and steady customers for the dispensaries.
From app-connected portable vaporizers to gigantic, gorgeous grinders, what to get the smokers on your holiday list.
While basement chemists and chefs continue to elaborate on edibles, the market is looking toward “drinkables” as the next frontier in catching a high.
Marketers want to transform the image of marijuana so that it competes with scores of products already in liquor stores, markets and pharmacies.
Years ago, when the cosmetics retailer Sephora asked perfumer Mark Crames to create a fragrance based on the scent of cannabis, he knew he faced a formidable challenge.