Cannabis tourism is growing at a fast clip, drawing thousands of people — and millions of dollars — to states where adult use of cannabis is legal.

In May, women of all ages and occupations gathered south of San Francisco for a weekend of yoga, educational classes, spa treatments — and unlimited cannabis in every form imaginable, including smoothies, body creams and vapes.

The so-called “cannabis tourists” came from all over the world to experience a Ganja Goddess Getaway, a wellness retreat designed for women who already love cannabis, as well as those who want a safe space to try it for the first time.

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