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How Can Dispensaries Appeal to Female Customers?

By | July 19th, 2018|art, dispensaries, featured, women|

Megan Stone, founder of cannabis retail design firm High Road Studio, has been a medical cannabis user for over a decade. Yet when she first began visiting dispensaries in California, she rarely found herself feeling comfortable or welcomed. These shops just weren’t catering to her, a woman who was far from the stoner stereotypes society [...]

Mobilizing Women to Move Marijuana Mainstream

By | June 25th, 2018|featured, Green Rush, Stigma, women, Women's Health|

On a recent lovely night in New York City’s East Village, women gathered in the back of a hip, dimly-lit apothecary, surrounded by shelves of artfully packaged products. The room soon filled up to near capacity, and the talk titled Cannabis, Womanhood and Motherhood began. Attendees had each paid $25 to hear a pharmacist, a [...]

Meet The Awesome Women Behind The Scenes of Hemp and Cannabis Beer

By | June 23rd, 2018|alcohol, beer, featured, women|

It’s pretty hard to come across nearly any kind of product that doesn’t have a hemp or cannabis element to it yet. Soap, clothing and textiles, foods and desserts, beauty products of all kinds, medicines, TV shows—even weddings are getting all sorts of danked up. Now, one of the more recent in a long line [...]

Could Weed Legalization Encourage More Women To Go Into STEM Fields?

By | May 21st, 2018|education, employment, featured, science, University, women|

For decades, researchers have charted the dismal percentage of women who go into STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields. Generally, careers in these fields require a college degree and correlate to a higher income. According to the Department of Education, STEM majors earn $65,000 annually on average, which is $15,500 more than non-STEM degree [...]

Ask Dr. Mitch: Coping With Cannabis

By | May 18th, 2018|Culture, doctors, featured, health, March 2018 Issue, women|

This feature was published in the March 2018 issue of High Times magazine. Subscribe right here. Dr. Mitch Earleywine, the author of Understanding Marijuana and The Parents’ Guide to Marijuana, dishes on whether marijuana can help your sex drive, weed in the workplace, and prejudice against pot smokers. I know there was research years ago, but I wonder if there [...]

Cynthia Nixon Plans To Improve Racial Justice By Legalizing Weed

By | April 12th, 2018|Cynthia Nixon, featured, Justice, new york, News, Politics, prison, Race, women|

Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon announced last week that she’s running for governor of New York. During a private fundraiser, Nixon came out in support of recreational marijuana. Today, she clarified her stance on marijuana on Twitter. Cynthia Nixon plans to improve racial justice by legalizing weed. Here’s what we know about this [...]

Charlize Theron Reveals Her Mom Bought Her Weed

By | March 8th, 2018|Celebrities, Charlize Theron, insomnia, moms, News, parenting, Videos, women|

Charlize Theron has made a return to the spotlight recently, promoting her new movie Gringo, which is set to hit theatres March 9th. Coincidentally, the star has used much of said spotlight to talk at length about her love for weed. After an E! interview in which the Oscar winner opened up about her prior [...]

7 Reasons Why Cannabis And Women Are A Perfect Match

By | March 8th, 2018|featured, mental health, PMS, Postpartum Depression, pregnancy, Reproductive Health, women|

Cannabis culture is notoriously male, especially in flawed Hollywood depictions of it. However, a new survey conducted by the Cannabis Consumers Coalition shows that women make up for at least half of cannabis consumers in the US. Pushing aside the social stigma and common misconceptions, here are 7 reasons why cannabis and women are a perfect match. [...]

Moms Who Get High

By | February 16th, 2018|February 2018 Issue, health, moms, parenting, Postpartum Depression, pregnancy, women|

The post Moms Who Get High appeared first on High Times. When my son was born, it was through an incision in my abdomen. I was medicated with morphine and several other drugs, and I don’t remember much of his birth. Three days later, I was given codeine and other medications to take at home [...]

Kirsten Gillibrand Is Cosponsoring the Marijuana Justice Act

By | February 14th, 2018|Cory Booker, criminal justice, featured, Kirsten Gillibrand, Marijuana Justice Act, News, women|

The post Kirsten Gillibrand Is Cosponsoring the Marijuana Justice Act appeared first on High Times. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is cosponsoring the Marijuana Justice Act. The announcement came this afternoon on the senator’s Twitter account and was further explained on a Facebook Live video with her longtime friend, colleague and now-cosponsor, Senator Cory Booker. Who Is [...]