How Texas Lawmakers Seek To Change Legalization Laws

Covid-19 disrupted Texas’ budget causing a $4.6 billion pit. Texas Democratic lawmakers are optimistic about legalizing and taxing recreational cannabis use. However, Texans are keeping calm about this happening anytime soon. Legalization could hold a new source of revenue for the Lone Star State. Three lawmakers are posing legislation revealing the opportunities. Democrat State Senator … Continue reading How Texas Lawmakers Seek To Change Legalization Laws

Here’s What No One Tells You About Online Dispensaries

Photo courtesy of bluntsgarden.com Usage is increasing for online cannabis retailers, and their success has many factors. Most people may not live in places that have local dispensaries. Then some folks want their medical marijuana usage to be confidential. And others can not leave their home. You may feel somewhat uncomfortable about shopping on a … Continue reading Here’s What No One Tells You About Online Dispensaries

Sativa vs Indica: An Easy to Understand Guide

If you are in a dispensary buying cannabis, you might peep the budtender ask: Indica or Sativa? What is the difference? Well, to get the best medicine, it is essential to understand the differences. So we will show you the most visible differences in their look, scent, and effects. The two main varieties of cannabis … Continue reading Sativa vs Indica: An Easy to Understand Guide

Blogging Your Cannabis Business 101

Cannabis companies have restrictions on how they advertise their products, services, and brands regardless of the growth and the increasing public acceptance of the industry. When you share interesting and educational blog content that aligns with your target audience, there is a better opportunity for them to share it through their social media profiles with … Continue reading Blogging Your Cannabis Business 101

1619: The Summer That Connects America, Hemp and African-Americans Forever

There is 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 have heard of the year before, but here is how it applies to African-Americans and American hemp. Our … Continue reading 1619: The Summer That Connects America, Hemp and African-Americans Forever

Tips for Cannabis Education Content Marketing

Educational content marketing has a double advantage. One, it positions you as an expert in the market. The other clear the haze on a frequently criticized commodity. In the cannabis space, each piece of content produced can enhance the trust of our audience. However, we know that making an impact takes time and commitment. Here … Continue reading Tips for Cannabis Education Content Marketing

Little Known Facts About Hemp and African-Americans

There were 8,000+ hemp plantations of at least 2000 acres in the U. S. in 1850. No one had as much skill with hemp as the African-American man. For that reason, hemp was known as the "n* crop." The hemp duties were dirty and so intensive that white men would work on it, leaving tasks … Continue reading Little Known Facts About Hemp and African-Americans