One of the greatest things I ever did for my own health was learn how to cook with cannabis. Edibles are not only a discrete way to medicate but it is also economical as the effects of edible cannabis will last for between 6-8 hours where inhalation starts to lose potency after 1-2 hours. Continue reading “Weed Woman Shares How To Make Cannabutter”
If you understand the importance of retaining your existing customers while simultaneously helping to attract new ones, you should understand the benefits of including a loyalty program in your marketing strategy. Continue reading “Why Every Dispensary Should Adopt a Loyalty Program”
Most people know about the more obvious side effects of smoking marijuana, such as eating all the food in your fridge and spontaneous napping. However, do you know what is actually happening inside your body? How marijuana is actually affecting your bodily functions? Continue reading “What Happens to Your Body When You Use Marijuana?”
As over 200 cities around the world prepare for this Saturday’s 19th Annual Global Marijuana March I’d like to introduce myself.
High, I’m Weed Woman.
My name is Tracy Curley and I hold the esteemed title of Weed Woman Canada along with two other counterparts (Ajia Mae Moon, Australia and Adela Falk, USA). I’ve also been a legalization and cannabis dignified access activist for almost 15 years. Continue reading “Meet Weed Woman. Our newest team member.”
Do you know someone suffering with chronic pain, anxiety, or depression? Smoking marijuana is not just a great way to relax after work. It can also be an alternative way to treat a variety of conditions and symptoms. It seems like there is new research every day showing the potential of medical marijuana for helping treat everything from MS to depression. Continue reading “Which Conditions Can Medical Marijuana Help Treat?”
With the legality of both medical and recreational cannabis becoming a reality in more and more states, dispensaries are popping up all over the place. It is getting harder to stay competitive and keep your customers’ eyes AND wallets from wandering. In the long run, the most competitive and successful dispensaries will be the ones that go above and beyond for their customers and work hard to stand out. Continue reading “How Dispensaries Can Attract & Retain More Customers”
Edibles can be the perfect way to get a long-lasting body high but they can also lead to disaster if you do not know what to expect or eat too much. Marijuana infused foods (“edibles”) come in many different shapes and sizes, offer a discreet way to get high in public, and one dose can last hours. But since they are relatively new products to find on shelves, it is hard to find brands that are clearly labelled, and you may be unsure about which edible is right for you. Instead of getting scared off, read our answers to the most frequently asked questions before trying your first edible. Continue reading “Everything You Need to Know about Marijuana Edibles”
The benefits of medical marijuana are constantly being studied and with an increase in new patients, Canadian insurance companies are preparing for a future with full medical cannabis coverage. As the amount of clinical evidence that marijuana helps treat many different symptoms increases, so does the need for clearer insurance regulations. It is only a matter of time before medical cannabis will be covered as a part of Canadian health insurance. Continue reading “Canadian Health Plans to Cover Cannabis”
Whether you are about to buy your first gram or you’re a seasoned pot-smoker, it is easy to get overwhelmed with the huge number of strains available at your local dispensary. Don’t feel overwhelmed! With just the basic information on marijuana strains and knowing the main differences and typical effects, you can buy the perfect type or types for you. Continue reading “The Beginner’s Guide to Cannabis Strains”
It’s been a thrill to ride the green wave sweeping the nation right now. And while this wave continues to wash over the US (with new adult-use initiatives proposed in West Virginia, Delaware and Illinois) and Canada (with a continued move toward Federal medical and adult-use legalization), several patterns start to emerge. Here are just a few: Continue reading “3 Cannabis trends for smoke shops to watch”