September 2018

Deidra Bagdasarian, known affectionately and professionally as “Miss Bliss,” is the founder and CEO of Ganja Goddess Getaway, a private, members-only social club for like-minded women into cannabis and creating a sense of community. Co-founded with Sailene Ossman in 2016, the getaway seeks to connect women to each other, themselves, and the cannabis plant. In […]

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“User-friendly” is not a phrase that is regularly used when describing marijuana edibles. Whether you are nibbling on a ‘toast crunch’ purchased from your local dispensary or biting into a pot brownie baked in a college dorm, you can never be sure of how much cannabis you are ingesting. It takes hours to get high […]

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KVape WhiteKVape Consumer spending on cannabis concentrates in the United States is projected to reach almost $3 billion in 2018 according to a report by Arcview Market Research in partnership with BDS Analytics. That’s an increase of 49% over last year’s sales. The only larger marijuana product category is smokeable flower. According to Arcview, by 2022, […]

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PORTLAND, Ore.—The first time Holly Hukill tried to make cannabis-infused desserts it was, in her own words, “a complete disaster.” “I burned the butter,” said Hukill, the product development director at Serra, a Portland-based weed dispensary. “And the cookies were just awful.” Making your own edibles, Hukill explained, requires a lot of trial and error. […]

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The company, which bought almost 400 acres’ worth of properties in Alachua County within the last year, has begun mass-producing cannabis products, clearing the way for the county to be at the forefront of a booming Florida medical cannabis market. Quickly after arriving at Liberty Health Sciences’ Alachua County campuses, it’s clear the millions of […]

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More grandparents are turning to pot. A new study from researchers at New York University shows the number of baby boomers using marijuana is skyrocketing. And the amount of people age 65 and up is also increasing. “They’re using it more because it helps,” said Joe Redner, a medical marijuana advocate and owner of Mons […]

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