Increased Sales from Women Signify That the future of Cannabis is Female

Many people believe that cannabis consumers are unmotivated young men sitting on their couches eating Cheetos and playing video games. But as more markets legalize, stigma reduces, and education increases, the demographics of the cannabis consumer are also shifting, becoming more diverse in terms of age, gender, and socio-economic status. Women now represent the fastest-growing …

Does cannabis make for better sex? Maybe so, according to The New York Times. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the right dose of cannabis can make a woman’s orgasms more satisfying and increase sex drive. This is in part because cannabis can enhance the senses and also alleviate some of the symptoms that inhibit desire.

Jamaican hotelier offers Sha’carri Richardson one-week vacation

Sha’Carri’s ganja vacation? Delroy Allen the owner and managing director of Takuma Boutique Hotel in Mt. Zion, Montego Bay, a GanjaVacations resort partner, is extending a complimentary one-week, all-inclusive vacation to US sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson. It’s a respite that, he hopes, will put her “on a track for spiritual and emotional renewal.” Well! Will she, …

Women Want Weed – Female Marijuana Consumption Rates are Skyrocketing at a Record Pace

We’ve posted before about the extent to which women are driving cannabis sales but it’s worth doing again because it is such a very, very big deal. Women and especially Gen-Z women just can’t get enough weed and this is already beginning to drive how products are packaged and marketed. The future of cannabis is …

The future of cannabis is female: Gen Z women are fastest-growing consumers of legal weed

The new trend for marijuana products is clear labels, lab-tested ingredients, standardized dosing and modern branding that takes its design cues from traditional consumer brands – with labels in many cases, similar to beauty and hair care products. Why, you ask? They are targeting women. And Gen Z women, in particular.

For some Black women, cannabis use is a ‘radical act’ of self-care

Many Black women characterize cannabis as a cornerstone of their self-care, particularly in the last year, when daily stressors were exacerbated by both the Covid-19 pandemic, which disproportionately impacted Black Americans, and high-profile incidents of police killings of Black people.

Meet the Women Bringing Weed to the Deep South

Blounts & Moore, the GRITS (Girls Raised in the South) bringing weed to the deep South. They see a burgeoning cannabis industry as a way to bring generational wealth to African American communities.


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