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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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.
Cannabis, according to doctors, nurses and caregivers who work with seniors, is an effective treatment for elderly people and others who suffer from insomnia.
In California, seniors are getting together to sample weed-laced lip balms, topical ointments, and tinctures in Mary Kay-style parties at their retirement communities.
Smoking anything before hitting the gym might seem like a bad choice, but a new California gym is betting on marijuana as a performance enhancer for its members.
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!
While the idea of adding cannabis to your workout routine still seems somewhat counter-intuitive, it's gradually gaining acceptance.
Cannabis tea is a popular way to consume, and can treat asthma, chronic pain, nausea, anxiety and other ailments in a safe way.
Cannabis consumers are as varied as they come, and as such there are plenty of people who both toke and enjoy taking care of their health.
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.
LAS CRUCES, New Mexico - It's billed as New Mexico's largest medical marijuana festival. Hundreds gathered on Sunday at the Southern New Mexico State Fairgrounds for "CANNAville."
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.
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.
Healthy Headie is a Massachusetts-based social sales company focused on creating “low barriers to entry” into the cannabis space that make for “digestible, unintimidating” first-time experiences.
Let’s take a look at the numbers and see how the finances compare between growing your own supply and buying it from a medical dispensary or an adult use retail store.
Beyond the potential tax revenue that could be coming to states across the country, how will the spread of legalized cannabis affect the American landscape?