It’s been scientifically proven that a woo-woo vacation can make you feel a little bit high, but one new retreat series is taking that concept to a whole new—and ultra-literal—level.
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A lexical shift is happening around the word cannabis. It's a term that’s changing social norms, business, law, and government.
Whether you’re planning to spend your summer weekends at festivals, weddings, or a combination of the two, there’s one accessory you need above all else—flower crowns, of course!
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.
Rachael Carlevale’s life has taken some twists, including a health crisis, that helped her develop the Ganjasana yoga system, which she says centers on using cannabis plant medicine mindfully.
There are hundreds of booths at the three-day festival, which also features concerts, a grow room, carnival rides, food trucks, educational seminars and more.
While it’s not yet on calendars, April 20 has become the unofficial holiday of marijuana, particularly in the growing number of states where pot has been decriminalized for recreational use.
With 420 right around the corner, Nike is getting ready to release a brand new pair of kicks designed specifically for weed’s high holy day. This year’s cannabis-themed SB Dunk Highs are going with a sleek “spaced out” look.
Nothing says “music festival” like a floral crown — especially a floral crown with bulging buds of marijuana artfully interspersed with the flower blossoms.
Bob Ross, meet Bob Marley. A new Western Mass. business, Blank Cannabis Productions, has begun offering "paint and puff" parties for customers, following the statewide legalization of recreational marijuana in December.
The Cannabis Wedding Expo, expanding to three states in 2017, showcases marijuana businesses who want to help enthusiasts incorporate cannabis into their Big Day.
DENVER - You’ve likely heard of a wine sommelier, but what about a cannabis sommelier? It’s a real thing.
As the marijuana industry explodes into untapped markets, the race is on to deliver increasingly potent new products. But some companies are focused on perfecting the chill pill: a microdose of marijuana in a humble mint.
Marketers want to transform the image of marijuana so that it competes with scores of products already in liquor stores, markets and pharmacies.
Marijuana has quickly turned into a non-partisan issue. Young Republicans are definitely mostly sold. According to a 2015 Pew Research survey, 63% of Republican millennials believe marijuana should be legalized. But even older conservatives are getting on board.