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If you’re looking for black and brown blogs to follow or if you're looking to start your own cannabis blog, we have 5 diverse blogs to follow on an array of cannabis niches. Read on!
If you're in a dispensary buying cannabis, you might peep the budtender ask: indica or sativa? "What's the difference?" - is the first thing I asked. Come to find out, it’s essential to understand the differences in order to respond to the question to get the best medicine for your needs. So we're going to … Continue reading Sativa vs Indica: An Easy to Understand Guide
Cannabis companies continue to be severely restricted on how their products, services, and brands can be advertised regardless of the industry's growth and the increasing public acceptance of it. However, when you share interesting and educational blog content that aligns with your target audience, there’s a greater opportunity that they’ll share it through their social … Continue reading Blogging Your Cannabis Business 101
Here's a piece of history in the United States that ties slavery and the hemp industry. Interestingly, these two go hand - in - hand. At the hand of one man in 1619, to add to that. I imagine you've heard of the year before, but here's how it applies to African-Americans and to American … Continue reading 1619: The Summer That Connects America, Hemp and African-Americans Forever
Educational content marketing has the double advantage of positioning us in the market as experts well as clearing the haze on a commodity that is frequently criticized. In the cannabis space, each piece of content we produce can enhance the trust of our audience. However, we know that in order to make an impact, it’s going … Continue reading Tips for Cannabis Education Content Marketing
There were 8,000+ hemp plantations , of at least 2000 acres in the U. S. in 1850. It was thought no one had as much skill with hemp than the Negro. For this reason, hemp was sometimes referred to as a "n***** crop". The hemp duties were dirty and so labor - intensive that few … Continue reading Little Known Facts About Hemp and African-Americans
Did you know enslaved African Americans worked, or were leased for hemp processing on plantations? . The work was arduous labor, made more miserable by the dust and pollen stirred up as the hemp was handled. . It was said that many of the hemp slaves developed coughs that took months to go away. Resource: http://www.edisonhouse.org
Love Me More! (introducing: Our CBD Infused Sensual Personal Serum) Written by: Adelina I. Sanchez Think Different! The encouragement of CBD use is now louder and pushed harder then ever. Especially, during this unprecedented year of a global pandemic, months of quarantine and community & political tension. This has pushed consumers to actively research and … Continue reading #BuyBlackHoliday | An Interview with Adelina Sanchez Co-founder of Love Me More Infused
Tracey Schultz rarely saw people who looked like her in the cannabis industry, and fewer products made and catered to the African-American culture. So she decided to be the change and create PuffnPretty, a brand to inspire, educate, and provide products for African-American professional women. Read on to find out what excites her about being … Continue reading #HarvestMoon | An Interview with Tracey Schultz of PuffnPretty