Vona, a collective of artists, researchers, farmers, formulators, and experts in the cannabidiol (CBD) field, launched its first line of CBD tinctures, SLEEP and WAKE, created with the help of Jónsi Birgisson of Sigur Rós. Both products center around creativity – SLEEP assists with rest and dreamcycles while WAKE boosts one’s energy and attentiveness.
GFive Cultivation launched the new signature cannabis line, Pynk Mynk, a premium collection of strains that delivers an exciting and uplifting experience. Pynk Mynk is a business venture with Harlem hip hop legend, fashion aficionado, entrepreneur and actor, Cam’ron inspired by his authentic and trendsetting style and music.
During a time of economic uncertainty consumers are spending on cannabis but also being more…
Warfighter Hemp, a manufacturer of CBD products derived from industrial hemp based in Boulder, Colorado,…
Chalice Farms is coming to California. The brand offers quality cannabis products in an array of flower, extractions, oils, edibles and full body care with optimal efficacy in both retail and wholesale markets.
Gabriel Cothes, lead bartender at Salt House in San Francisco loves to serve a lush, rich, peppermint-infused cocktail around the holidays, but sometimes it’s nice to take a break from alcohol. Here’s Gabriel’s Kiva-infused holiday treat! Easy to make, even easier to enjoy.
Every piece is packed with a great micro dose that comes paired with an amazing chocolate flavor that is better than some high end regular chocolate bars on the market today.
Herb Essntls, the holistic cannabis-centric lifestyle and beauty brand, announced the launch of its all-new Facial Cleansing Oil now…
Is Weed Cellars the symbol of sanity in a crazy cannabis-infused world? Perhaps, and it doesn’t even contain cannabis. Let us explain: Weed Cellars is an alcohol brand comprising a portfolio of wines, which have scored high marks in the wine and spirits trade and consumer media.
Inhaled cannabis reduces self-reported headache severity by 47.3% and migraine severity by 49.6%, according to a recent study led by Carrie Cuttler, a Washington State University assistant professor of psychology.