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In history, women don’t enjoy the same privileges as compared to men who were entitled to a myriad of opportunities. Up to this day, gender inequality still exists in some parts of the world, but women are starting to recognize their rights and stand up for each other and change the perception of society.

In light with this, women around the world are now making a name for themselves in different fields and industries. More importantly, some women are engaging in the cannabis industry, a multi-billion-dollar business that will soon change the world. These women are already successful in their respective careers, inspiring others to find their passion, go for their dreams and not be afraid of challenges.

Since marijuana’s legalization in some parts of the globe including Canada and selected states in the US, people have access to alternative medicine. Cannabis is known and proven to be great for alleviating pain and inflammation, so people suffering from arthritis, muscle soreness and body pain can benefit from this wonder plant.

Get to know the women who are building their empire with cannabis:

Maya Elisabeth

(CEO, and Founder of Whoopi and Maya)

Ever since college, Maya Elisabeth had a ‘very deep love’ for cannabis medicine. After graduating from the university, she started working at a local dispensary where she had the opportunity to get to know more about this plant and how patients are benefiting from it. From there, she started to study and create her own medicine and eventually founded her company, Whoopy and Maya.

The type of business she’s engaged in is mainly for medicinal purpose. The products range from cannabis oils, body balm, bath soak, edibles, and tincture. These products offer relaxation and aid to women experiencing severe pain brought on by menstrual cycle and PMS. The body rub and balm are also good for the skin and promote ease to mind and body.

Since Whoopi and Maya’s release last 2016 in California, the brand already received good reviews from customers in California and is now licensed to distribute products to Colorado. CEO and Founder Maya Elisabeth also won eight High Times Cannabis Cup awards since 2008.

Sara Batterby,

(CEO marijuana networking organization Women Grow and Hifi Farm)

Women Grow is founded in 2014, which has the goal of educating leaders on the potentials of cannabis. Sara Batterby helps shape this organization and encourages more women to rise and start cannabis businesses in different US states. Members of Women Grow get access to monthly and annual leadership events that help them expand their cannabis business and develop newer techniques.

Sara Batterby also founded Hifi Farm, which is a sustainable marijuana plantation in Oregon. According to Esquire, it is one of the ‘coolest cannabis farms in Oregon.’ Moreover, she recently founded her very own company, which is Batterby Group, which aims to support start-up investing and distributing capital. In this platform, she’s able to help passionate, driven and strong leaders who need support in their business.

Sara continues to thrive in these platforms, promoting empowerment to women who are already dominating the cannabis industry.

..some women are engaging in the cannabis industry, a multi-billion-dollar business that will soon change the world.

Jewel Zimmer

(Founder of Juna)

Before becoming an entrepreneur, Jewel was once a pastry chef, working at renowned restaurants in San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Her background to THC and CBD inspired her to discover more about marijuana and its healing properties. Being a chef too has helped her to know the importance of good ingredients to develop a good end product. One good thing about California, she has access to the best sun-grown cannabis flowers which are truly important in making cannabis products.

Currently, with Juna products, Jewel emphasized that she extracted all the botanical actives from the plant and created formulas that work for body pain and even for beauty. Microdose formulas in the form of a tincture and drops are good mood enhancers and designed to boost creativity.

The line currently enjoys international following and receives multiple good reviews from customers in San Francisco.

Jamie Perino

(Founder of Denver-based dispensary Euflora)

Before starting her own dispensary, Jamie had a realization that most dispensaries offer poor customer service which makes her uncomfortable. She emphasized that budtenders aren’t patient with her, and you must wait a long time before you get your supply. This has made her eager and determined to create something that will not just offer premium cannabis but also quality service.

She wanted clean lines, more interaction between a customer and the budtender and of course, empower women. Because she sees a great potential to this industry, Jamie wanted to revolutionize how people get their supplies and go home feeling comfortable and satisfied.

Currently, Euflora has a total of six dispensaries serving Aurora, Denver, and Longmont. It carries top-quality strains, flowers, edibles, CBD products, concentrates, topicals, and vaporizers. Its success has now reached international news and continuously enjoys high sales each month.

Olivia Mannix

 (co-founder of Cannabrand)

Starting out as a marketing officer, Olivia thought it would take her years just to ‘get a pay raise and a title change.’ So, in 2014, she and her partner started a marketing agency that’s mainly for cannabis. It is now the world’s first marketing agency of its kind and has been making headlines since.

They are providing full-service marketing services to cannabis businesses to boost their sales, get better digital presence and improve their overall branding. Moreover, they help create campaigns that work for people who are still unaware of the potentials of cannabis.

Right now, Cannabrand is a distinguished marketing agency with clients all over the United States.

Role of Women in Multi-Billion Dollar Cannabis Industries

The legalization of marijuana has brought development to the cannabis industry as more have access to medical and recreational use. Women, specifically, have seen lots of potential to marijuana in curing symptoms related to PMS, menstruation and even menopause. Those who suffer extreme symptoms can simply rub, consume or smoke cannabis to numb the pain so they are in a better mood.

Although it’s still a fact that more men are into the cannabis industry than women, the number is gradually decreasing as more women are engaging in marijuana-related businesses. In fact, according to Marijuana Business Daily, the percentage of women who held executive positions in the cannabis industry for 2015 is at 36%. This is a good number and is expected to rise through the years. Lots of opportunities await females as long as they’re committed and continue to support the cannabis industry.

Women are also seen to create a softer side on the marijuana industry, with more dispensaries providing care and education to its customers. Take the Euflora for example, the founder Jaime Perino is pushing for top-quality service aside from merely providing people with the supplies that they need. Older people with complications can benefit from this change, as long lines can be reduced, and they can learn more products that can help deal with arthritis, muscle spasms, skin, and mental conditions.

What’s in Store for Cannabis Industry

The future looks green, both literally and figuratively for the cannabis industry, with Americans spending roughly $40B annually for marijuana products and strains last 2018. In Canada, the amount is slightly lower but is significant at $6B for 2018 alone. Imagine how much more this number can increase if the whole of America and other Asian countries legalize the recreational use of this plant.

It is no wonder why CBD products are also on the rise with its non-psychoactive claim, unlike the THC compound. There are tons of products in the market ranging from beauty and skin care, cosmetics, body oils, topicals, vaporizers, edibles, and even beverages. Start-ups are also increasing in number, offering new and improved cannabis supplies that don’t need a permit to buy. In fact, in some US states, ordering marijuana supply can be as easy as ordering a burger from a fast food chain.

Indeed, the industry is fast-growing, thanks to the minds behind every brand, plus the loosening of laws and regulations in different states and Canada.

One thing is for sure there will be more innovations in the coming years with the help of researchers and scientists who are continuously unveiling the capability of marijuana. We can expect to see more findings on the plant’s healing powers and nourishing properties that are truly beneficial for the human body. Who knows, researchers can validate marijuana’s potential to eradicate life-threatening diseases such as cancer, diabetes, coronary heart disease, and neurological conditions. And finally, stigma to cannabis use can be removed, with more people becoming aware of the properties of marijuana.

For now, people can enjoy cannabis for both medical and recreational use, providing they observe proper dosage and purchase quality strains. This is essential to the experience to get the desired effect for a specific period of time. It is also important to store strains in proper places, to preserve its quality, taste, and effect.

 

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The information provided in these blog posts is intended for general informational and educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The use of any information provided in these blog posts is solely at your own risk. The authors and the website do not recommend or endorse any specific products, treatments, or procedures mentioned. Reliance on any information in these blog posts is solely at your own discretion.

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How Can CBD Helps in Managing Viral Diseases

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The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has taught us a lot, especially when it comes to taking care of ourselves and protecting our loved ones against the viral disease. From using face masks, keeping ourselves hydrated all day, and even looking for different ways to manage the symptoms if you’ve been infected.

Among all the interesting remedies and treatments that we have discovered during the pandemic is the connection between CBD and viral diseases. How can the non-intoxicating compound of cannabis helps in managing viral illnesses? Let’s find out here.

CBD and Viral Diseases

One of the key cannabinoids in cannabis is cannabidiol, or CBD, which, in contrast to THC, has no psychoactive properties. Though CBD was once overlooked as a potential treatment for a wide variety of diseases, it is now getting attention as a potential therapeutic vector.

In fact, some circumstantial evidence suggests CBD could be useful for treating viral infections. One study looked into CBD’s effectiveness against Hepatitis C and B viruses. Testing for the virus was done in a culture over the course of many days.

Moreover, CBD was found to have a significant inhibitory effect on HCV cell reproduction, up to 86.4%. Researchers found out that they’re on par with those shown with interferon-alpha, a medicine now used to treat Hepatitis infections.

Researchers evaluated the development of Kaposi’s sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KHSV) after treatment with CBD in human dermal microvascular endothelial cells. The results of the investigation demonstrated that CBD has weak antiviral activity against KSHV.

It appears that CBD inhibits the spread of KSHV-infected cells, but it has no effect on the efficiency with which the cells are infected. In addition, CBD slowed the progression of KHSV-related malignancies in healthy cells.

Can CBD Helps in Managing Symptoms of Colds and Flu?

An inflamed nose and upper respiratory tract is the root cause of the common cold. Rhinoviruses are the most common viruses responsible for respiratory illnesses, including the common cold and influenza.

Some of the more frequent symptoms of a cold include a sore throat, congestion, runny nose, cough, sneezing, low fever, headaches, and body pains. While there may not be a method to completely eliminate a cold’s symptoms, most people find relief after two weeks of self-care.

CBD has shown promise as a medicinal agent for the treatment of colds due to its antibacterial and antiviral effects, which have been the subject of several research. CBD has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects in scientific studies.

Moreover, according to one research, CBD has been shown to help those with anxiety problems get a better night’s rest. Weak sleepers tend to be more vulnerable to catching a cold.

How to Use CBD for Colds and Flu

CBD’s potential to alleviate cold and flu symptoms, including inflammation and discomfort, suggests it may be useful for those suffering from these conditions. In addition, CBD oils can help those who suffer from anxiety get a better night’s rest. A lowered immune system and increased vulnerability to infection have both been related to poor sleep quality.

CBD oil or tincture is the most effective form of CBD administration for treating common cold symptoms. In most cases, CBD oils are taken sublingually and kept there for up to 60 seconds. In this way, the healing benefits may last anywhere from six to eight hours.

CBD may also be taken orally, either in gummy or capsule form, which is a wonderful method to start using CBD. This is because they are easy to use and have a consistent dose of CBD built in.

On the other hand, it’s important to know that a full-spectrum CBD oil contains all of the cannabinoids and cannabinoids-like compounds found in the cannabis plant, while broad spectrum CBD oil has virtually none. Also, isolated CBD is the purest form of CBD.

Proper Dosage of CBD

CBD has not been recognized by the FDA as a therapy option. For this reason, CBD does not have a universally accepted dose. However, as a rule of thumb, it’s best to ease into things. If you don’t have any negative reactions, you can gradually raise your CBD dosage.

On the other hand, daily microdoses of CBD can be anything from 0.5mg to 20mg. The typical flu symptom of headache may respond well to these dosages. CBD may be useful for inflammation and discomfort when taken in amounts between 10 mg and 100 mg once day.

Moreover, CBD dosages between 25 and 175 milligrams per day have been suggested for the treatment of anxiety. A strong clinical response can be achieved at these doses. However, the researchers in this study only utilized CBD isolate, not a whole-plant extract, so your mileage may vary.

Possible Risks of Using CBD Oil

Harvard Health Publishing expresses concern in a published piece that customers may not know for sure what is in the product or if the dosage information is true because of the absence of regulation.

Some CBD vendors submit their wares for third-party testing, while others don’t, leaving their customers in the dark about the exact components of the oil they’re purchasing. Since the sector is currently poorly regulated, customers frequently have no idea what is in the items until they can get their hands on the findings.

Many people in the United States are at risk for a serious interaction between CBD oil and the numerous pharmaceuticals they already use. Not only may drug interactions reduce a medication’s effectiveness, but they might also trigger unwanted negative effects.

The Legality Status of Using CBD Oil for Viral Diseases

Federal law no longer prohibits selling industrial hemp products with a THC content of less than 0.3% thanks to the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill. Although this is encouraging news, you should still research the CBD legislation in your state just to be safe.

Always keep in mind that CBD is illegal in several U.S. states. To prevent any legal consequences, you should familiarize yourself with the legislation of the various states.

Conclusion

CBD has caught the attention of the public when it comes to its potential therapeutic benefits, especially in managing symptoms of viral diseases. However, there could be risks that should be considered when deciding to use CBD for viral diseases. That said, it’s better to consult your doctor first before taking any CBD products.

Medical Disclaimer:

The information provided in these blog posts is intended for general informational and educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The use of any information provided in these blog posts is solely at your own risk. The authors and the website do not recommend or endorse any specific products, treatments, or procedures mentioned. Reliance on any information in these blog posts is solely at your own discretion.

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How to Creatively Promote Your CBD Brand in Different Social Media Platforms

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Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media platforms have been the go-to place for people to read the news, buy products, and even promote their businesses. Indeed, it’s easy to use these social media platforms! All you have to do is to create an account, know your market, and post your products.

But things are different when your business is anything related to the cannabis plant. We all know how difficult it is to promote cannabis-related products and services. We have seen people being behind the bars for just advertising cannabis products, and as an entrepreneur, you never want that.

All you want is to get your business known by the public and earn, right? But how can you do that if there are restrictions that make it difficult for you to do the easiest way to advertise your products? In this article, we’ll give you some creative ways to promote your CBD brand on different social media platforms without breaking the law. Continue reading to learn more.

Tip #1 Know the Guidelines

Your main goal in using social media is to get engagements and convert these engagements into profit. But, as mentioned, it’s difficult to move when your products are anything related to the cannabis plant, regardless if it’s CBD or not.

But you can still maximize social media platforms to promote your business if you fully understand the guidelines and restrictions on every platform. If you adhere to the platform’s guiding principles and limits, you can earn backlinks. Consequently, ignoring these rules might result in your account being disconnected from the venue.

There’s a lot at stake for CBD brands, which must follow regulations set by the federal government when it comes to social media sites like Facebook and Instagram. You need to ensure that your items are safe to eat, that they are properly labeled, and so on so that you don’t miss out on such an important chance. Research on hemp-infused goods should be adequate and from reliable sources so no one can accuse you of being transparent.

Tip #2 Focus First on Educating Than Selling

Keep in mind that social media pages should only promote useful content and not focus solely on selling. If you provide exact and specific advantages of all the items, such as why CBD is important, the advantages of using hemp-infused products, etc., it will be beneficial. Customers are more likely to pay for your hemp-infused items if they read great reviews from others who have purchased them.

Tip #3 Build Community

Rather than focusing on the number of followers you have on social media, you should be looking to build a community that may be mutually beneficial for you. Having “excellent content” and “interesting information” on your page makes people more inclined to purchase your products.

Make your staff aware of the importance of utilizing the correct hashtag on Twitter in order to get more retweets. Promote your content using cutting-edge methods and find new members of your target audience who can help you grow your business.

Takeaway

It’s difficult to keep up with social media regulations when it comes to the cannabis and CBD market, especially if you want to increase your sales and growth. To avoid account limits and lure your target audience to your social media profiles, you can use the three important tips provided in this article. Let us know what you think!

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The information provided in these blog posts is intended for general informational and educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The use of any information provided in these blog posts is solely at your own risk. The authors and the website do not recommend or endorse any specific products, treatments, or procedures mentioned. Reliance on any information in these blog posts is solely at your own discretion.

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Why are Cannabis Delivery Services in San Diego so Popular?

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Imagine getting home on a warm afternoon in California, taking a load off, and settling into your favorite chair for some well-deserved relaxation. Your only worry is irritation from being out in the sun all day, which will peak at about 5ish if you know what we mean. Fortunately, though you’re itching to take an aspirin or get some ibuprofen down your throat to relieve that throbbing ache, you haven’t got any medicine on hand! That’s where the best cannabis delivery service in San Diego comes into play big time! Instead of grinding teeth over the discomforts of life, enjoy them with a joint or some herbal relief that doesn’t include anything you have to swallow.

Marijuana delivery services are ones that will deliver weed directly to your doorstep for a nominal fee. To some, cannabis delivery may sound new – but they don’t know that this type of business has been around since the late-90s in San Diego. The increased use of cannabis during the COVID-19 Pandemic has elevated the popularity of these types of companies in San Diego. Many people are now looking for legal ways to purchase their cannabis from weed delivery services. One of the primary reasons this is going on is that it is legal to get your cannabis delivered when you buy from a licensed dispensary; not to mention you never have to leave home! 

Besides being convenient and discreet, you never have to worry about going to a dispensary in the first place. Since marijuana is legal in certain states, you can order online and receive your goods at home – no need to even leave the house!

Cannabis delivery services make it easier to get weed straight to your house. 

San Diego is full of excellent cannabis dispensaries, but not all are directly accessible. Luckily, legal delivery services allow you to buy cannabis right from a dispensary and have it sent directly to your doorstep. The interactions between a consumer and the delivery service representative can be completely anonymous, making things less stressful in a society where marijuana is still primarily associated with joy. Most legal cannabis delivery services don’t charge high taxes either, which means even more savings!

Using cannabis delivery services can be the best way to get your favorite strain. 

With marijuana being relatively easy to get for recreational users, regular and consistent use can lead to burnout. Repeatedly consuming and enjoying weed is more accessible than managing the unpleasant experiences of tapering and provides more benefits than simply getting high, preventing addiction, and associated problems like anxiety and depression. Cannabis delivery will provide you with a safe, dependable source that you can trust each time you order weed online or use a smartphone app, like an Amazon weed app or WeedMaps.

Cannabis delivery services have a variety of strains that can be sent directly to your home. 

If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to locate strains that suit your needs, cannabis delivery services can help. They offer the convenience of delivering straight to your home. They allow you to try many types of weed without visiting a dispensary; no need to make a stop on the way home from class or the office! All that is required for these eCommerce websites is an internet purchase; then, a doorbell ring will be all it takes before enjoying some quality cannabis on your couch! Weed delivery services offer various strains that can be delivered straight to your home.

Conclusion

As a busy professional or someone who finds themselves housebound due to a disability like lower back pain, finding the proper method of obtaining your medical marijuana products can be difficult. Luckily, there is something that will work for everyone – San Diego Weed Delivery Services. By doing a bit of research and asking yourself what you need out of these services, you can be sure to find the one that serves your needs best and get the relief you need in as little time as possible!

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The information provided in these blog posts is intended for general informational and educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The use of any information provided in these blog posts is solely at your own risk. The authors and the website do not recommend or endorse any specific products, treatments, or procedures mentioned. Reliance on any information in these blog posts is solely at your own discretion.

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