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#SelfCare | Interview with Sistah Yaya Love of Soul Tribe Heals

The industry has been flourishing with different types of strains and compounds being discovered that benefit a variety of purposes. In traditional Caribbean culture, people would gather herbs as a form of healing. They would gather various types of flowers, leaves, and roots to make a tea or a liquid concoction to help cure various … Continue reading “#SelfCare | Interview with Sistah Yaya Love of Soul Tribe Heals”

STAY LOCAL! Take a 4/20 Tour In Your City

If you’re looking for a way to kick off your 4/20 experience, it’s time to break out the map. With CBD shops popping up everywhere, there are tons of fun opportunities to partake in the festivities in your city. This article is the perfect ice-breaker for the CBD curious. Take a 4/20 Tour of Local … Continue reading “STAY LOCAL! Take a 4/20 Tour In Your City”

Get Ready to be Blown Away by These Jazz and Blues Women

It’s Black History Month, a time to honor the accomplishments of black people and culture. Importantly, it’s also essential to highlight black people’s contributions to cannabis culture. We’ve compiled a list of jazz and blues songs celebrating famous female cannabis connoisseurs. Enjoy! Ella Fitzgerald – When I Get Low, I Get High “My fur coat’s … Continue reading “Get Ready to be Blown Away by These Jazz and Blues Women”

Cannabis and Self-Care: Two Sides of the Same Coin

The Coin: Our Endocannabinoid System First, let’s define endocannabinoids. Cannabinoids, as you can guess, come from the word cannabis. The “endo” stands for is endogenous, which means that it is made naturally in your body (and not consumed via an external substance). So endocannabinoid system simply means the naturally occurring system of cannabis-like substances inside … Continue reading “Cannabis and Self-Care: Two Sides of the Same Coin”

#Relevnt | Interview with Candis Dyer of The Human Solutions International

Candis Dyer started her cannabis career boots to the ground with Dallas, Texas-based Cannabis Open Carry Walks (COCW). She soon found herself in a leadership position within the organization. Then, Candis’ desire to do more for the community led her to The Human Solution International – Texas Chapter. Importantly, society is demanding more from people who … Continue reading “#Relevnt | Interview with Candis Dyer of The Human Solutions International”

CBD for Depression: What Would MLK Do?

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is known for his work in the Civil Rights Movement and nonviolent activism against racial inequality. MLK is importantly considered one of the most influential leaders in U.S history who suffered from depression. It is a common mental health disorder that affects people of different ages, backgrounds, and ethnicities. People … Continue reading “CBD for Depression: What Would MLK Do?”


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