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      Women of Cannabis: Meet the Kush Queen Olivia Alexander

      Women of Cannabis: Meet the Kush Queen Olivia Alexander

      Actor, singer, dancer and social media sensation - Olivia Alexander has launched a series of soothing Cannabis brands that focus on the wellbeing and self care that Cannabis assists you in. Kush Queen has a range of bath bombs, pain relief lotions and edibles. She is one of the people who has also placed emphasis on the more subtle compounds in Cannabis that are oh-so beneficial like CBG and CBN. The modern-day Weed Bae is also the founder of The Crystal Cult, a fashion-forward brand for cannabis accessories as well as cannabis content hub The Budd. Olivia has chosen to gift the feeling of wellness through her brand Kush Queen and is using her voice to advocate for something that matters. Truly an inspiration to all. Here’s what she had to say about her advice for budding Cannapreneurs.

      “The greatest lesson I’ve learned in my journey in the cannabis industry is the priceless value of being seen. This plant has allowed me to be seen and to pass it on and see others. ... Other than the 18-35 white male stoner, most people's cannabis experience has been invisible, not unlike their own personal narrative. When you see all types of people with differing beliefs and life paths seeing themselves in your brand- you have done something more powerful than marketing.”

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      Women of Cannabis: Christine De La Rosa aims to make Cannabis accessible to all

      Women of Cannabis: Christine De La Rosa aims to make Cannabis accessible to all

      CEO and founder of The People’s Dispensary – Christine De La Rosa is a mighty force in the industry and is working on making Cannabis more equitable for all. Cannabis has become a luxury, making it easy only for the upper and upper middle class to afford and De La Rosa aims to change that. The People’s Dispensary is the closest thing to an equity franchise model that exists in the cannabis space, aiming to both serve and be owned by communities that surround the dispensary. And it’s growing from its Portland flagship to more markets: Chicago, Fresno, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. De La Rosa’s cause is close to her heart, as cannabis has been a treatment for her own chronic illness. “I honestly do not know what my life would be like today without cannabis.”

       

      Here’s what De La Rosa has to say about her mission: "The cannabis industry has the potential to be healing to an entire society by offering alternative therapies to everyone. I know from experience that this plant has enhanced my quality of life, but more importantly, it has saved my life. I am grateful to have had the access and ability to switch my entire pharmaceutical regimen to cannabis and create a new life on the other side of illness. I am a businesswoman and understand the need for the bottom line. However, my advice for current and future cannabis entrepreneurs and business owners is to lead with the goal of utilizing cannabis to heal communities at every level and let go of the greed that has embedded itself into the industry. Prioritizing the health and well-being of our communities will lead to the bottom line that you are seeking in a way that is sustainable and accessible. Never lose sight that each of us has the power to create an industry that is just."

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      Women of Cannabis: Maha Haq is a powerhouse in Cannabis education

      Haq is a powerhouse in cannabis education. She is President and founder of Cannaclub University, a web of student alliances for those students who seek to concentrate on cannabis science, and aim to enter the cannabis space post-graduation, launching Cannaclub University at her alma mater of UCLA, the organization which now spans the country. She also works at an ISO accredited cannabis testing lab, CannaSafe Analytics. Haq is a champion for women and POC in the space, as well as a keynote speaker on cannabis education.

      Being an immigrant child with strict parents made this journey difficult for Maha. When she was caught smoking at age 17, is when her career in Cannabis education began and her mom was her first candidate. Her mom is a clinical researcher at a cannabis hospital and was truly impressed by the benefits of Cannabis. She even took up the chance to present it to her colleagues and their patients. “I founded Cannaclub in an effort to combine career interests with my academic studies. While attending college, I managed operations at vertically integrated medical dispensaries for three years. I later joined a cannabis consulting firm based in Denver where I developed legal cannabis businesses in numerous states and six countries” she said when asked about how her story began.

      Her advice for budding Cannabis entrepreneurs goes like this “work to realize how powerful you can be in the cannabis industry. We have a unique chance to mold a massive new market. Opportunities are everywhere, from business development and policymaking to healthcare solutions and scientific research. Anyone can become a pioneer in this space. Engage and participate with your community — doing so will promote advocacy, education, and transparency. Study the past, impact the present, and plan for the future.”

      She has also worked towards changing the sexist ambience at dispensaries where women are made to wear revealing clothes while being a budtender. She says this is an obstacle for herself and many women in the industry. “Although I am no longer experiencing the same pressures as I did before, there is still an unfavorable behavior and perspective towards women in the cannabis space” she said.

      As someone who is half Indian and Pakistani, her road to success was not smooth but she has persisted to become an inspiration for all women across the globe. With new research and education acceptance is sure to follow!

       

      Women of Cannabis: Zoe Wilder has a message for millions

      Zoe Wilder is a PR specialist based in the US and is dedicated to bringing awareness to the benefits of CBD through her network of followers and friends. She’s well-known and loved woman in PR who is known for her innovative style. Wilder has dedicated a large part of her career to pave the way for all cannabis advocates, artists, and marketers with her innovative style. Across her 18-yr career, Wilder has worked with hundreds of clients across industries that include cannabis, psychedelics, tech, wellness, music, art, wine, and spirits. Her work has propelled the careers of massive cannabis brands, all-the-while maintaining a voice that champions small businesses and philanthropists in the space. Her presence in and contribution to the Cannabis industry in California has made a huge impact there as well as created ripples across the world.  

      When asked for advice for budding Cannabis entrepreneurs she said, “have a deep understanding of why this industry exists and know that it’s being built atop of many who took incredible risks and have experienced profound suffering navigating the unregulated market, and this continues today, even in the regulated marketplace. Know that there are many still imprisoned and they need your help to become free. There are many suffering that may benefit from your unique goods and services, especially when applied thoughtfully, with care and compassion. Educate yourself first and foremost, then assist and educate others, so, together, we build true sustainable and systemic change.”

      Her PR company continues to grow in popularity and divert much-needed attention to the growth of the Cannabis industry. She is an inspiring voice, one that has been used to benefit society as a whole. Her voice continues to inspire many women and Cannabis enthusiasts and we couldn’t be more inspired by her and happy that people like her contribute their time and resources to opening up the minds of the public to Cannabis.

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      Women of Cannabis: How CBD saved Stacy London

      Stacy London is an American stylist/fashion consultant, author, and magazine editor known primarily for her time as co-host on What Not to Wear, a reality television program that featured wardrobe and appearance makeovers. After graduating from Vassar College, London started her career as a fashion editor at Vogue and transitioned into being a stylist for celebrities and designers. She moved into television by co-hosting What Not to Wear with Clinton Kelly, and doing fashion reporting for Access Hollywood, The Early Show, and the Today Show. From 2009–2010, she was a celebrity spokesperson for Pantene, Woolite, Dr. Scholl's, and Riders by Lee. She co-owns Style for Hire and is the creative director of Westfield Style.

      Right off the bat, we know she’s an empowered woman or rather an ‘evolutionary woman’ as she calls it. “To not feel any relationship to those women that I see as women in their 50s means that we're headed in a new direction. Age is becoming more and more irrelevant. It needs to be redefined and looked at for women specifically because we've internalized so much of a male gaze that we don't even realize that our thoughts about ourselves aren't our own thoughts.” She says as she describes her book ‘The Evolutionary Woman’. She hasn’t been married or doesn’t have any kids and says she doesn’t feel 49 at all! With a free-spirited mindset like hers, it’s no surprise that she loves the evolutionary elixir CBD.

      “I had a really bad experience with surgery because I was on such an inhumane level of oxycontin. I was wearing a huge brace and terrified to leave the house.” She begins to describe why she turned to CBD. “I felt like I was floating over my body. I couldn't feel anything. I didn't really talk. Everybody thought I was fine because I was just like, “Mm-hmm.” I don't remember anybody I saw. I don't even remember who came to the hospital. I didn't ask for water or food. Everybody just assumed I had eaten or had something to drink. I was just like a vegetable.” She adds. In the quest to get off the harmful Oxytocin that doctors were pumping into her, she turned to CBD.

      “The thing is, CBD does not take away pain completely, which is a godsend because you can't hurt yourself if you feel some pain when you try to do something. So it kept the edge off the pain but kept me alert enough not to fall down the stairs. I understand why, if you are having real emotional turmoil, you would want to feel nothing. Painkillers just deaden everything. But I hate them, so this was a revelation to me. The recuperation was so hard but I know it would’ve been much harder without it.” She elaborates.

      What an inspiring story! Truly warms the heart to see someone benefit so greatly from CBD. It’s still women’s month, so if you want to get started on your journey or know someone who needs it, use our code WMN10 and get started right away!