Inspired partly by their own use of the drug for pain relief, or by caring for others who use it for their own aches, these women see viable business opportunities and view their work as therapeutic for their customers.
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – A Los Angeles woman is stamping out the stench of medical marijuana with a line of odor-controlling purses.
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.
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 hundreds of booths at the three-day festival, which also features concerts, a grow room, carnival rides, food trucks, educational seminars and more.
While basement chemists and chefs continue to elaborate on edibles, the market is looking toward “drinkables” as the next frontier in catching a high.
Nothing says “music festival” like a floral crown — especially a floral crown with bulging buds of marijuana artfully interspersed with the flower blossoms.
DENVER - You’ve likely heard of a wine sommelier, but what about a cannabis sommelier? It’s a real thing.
Since edibles don't produce any smoke or smell, they are quickly being adopted by people who prefer discretion.
Forget lingerie, candy and boring flowers; this Valentine's Day, give a gift that truly keeps on giving.
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.
New research by a national marketing strategy firm has turned up some surprising findings about Gen X and Millennial cannabis consumers.
The “Cannabis Cooler,” as we affectionately came to name it, was tasted by a panel of sommeliers, winemakers, wine buyers and a lone non-industry civilian, in a lineup against traditional wines.