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As the legality of marijuana experiences a major shift, the prevalence of CBD- and THC-infused products is becoming more mainstream for the beauty and therapeutics industries.
With a recent vote to legalize recreational marijuana use and "Hollyweed" vandalism of the Hollywood sign, cannabis also is at the forefront of a growing health movement in Los Angeles.
With recreational use of cannabis being legalized recently throughout many parts of the country, the trendiness of the psychoactive drug has become popular in the mainstream too, spreading to all parts of American culture — including fashion.
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.
You could call it the year of the cannabis consumer: retailers finally focus on UX, celebrities cater to enthusiasts, media outlets clamor for attention and a more refined world of edibles and concentrates has emerged.
There is a high-end luxury marijuana market that caters to people willing to spend almost $3,000 for a joint and hundreds for luxury subscription boxes.
With marijuana legal in 28 states and the District of Columbia, it isn't too surprising to find marijuana-based gifts on some folks’ Christmas wish list.
From app-connected portable vaporizers to gigantic, gorgeous grinders, what to get the smokers on your holiday list.
14-karat gold vape pens, dank artisan grown bud, golden rolling papers, munchie-free skinny weed, and gourmet edibles are transforming a once underground trade into a luxury business.
These luxury objects are about as far from an apple and some tin foil as a fancy stoner can get. But would you smoke out of a $100,000 bong?
In case you weren’t aware, subscription boxes are all the rage these days. And as medical marijuana becomes more mainstream, so are smoking accessories.