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Ways to Empower Women in the Cannabis Industry

by Natalie, Sponsored Posts

As the largest consumer market, cannabis is ripe for female empowerment. Because females tend to be more familiar with cannabis, they are more likely to experiment with wholesale marijuana seeds and new products. The rise of female cannabis consumers will probably spur a boom in new products and disrupt the male-dominated cannabis industry. However, there are still many obstacles to overcome before the industry can truly benefit from female empowerment. To help women succeed in the industry, here are five ways to empower them.

CBD Full Spectrum Hemp Extract

Unlike the common misconception that CBD is a non-psychoactive chemical, Full Spectrum Hemp Extract contains a diverse mix of cannabinoids. These include terpenes, flavonoids, and CBD. They may also contain trace amounts of THC, which is perfectly legal per federal law. Full Spectrum Hemp Extract also contains multivitamins, antioxidants, and natural flavors derived from grape and elderberry juice concentrate.

Personalized Consultations

Personalized consultations are a new way for women in the cannabis industry to get access to the resources they need to succeed. Sephida Dawson is a successful tech entrepreneur and activist who spent the last decade championing social programs and equity empowerment. She's now bringing that same passion for equality to the cannabis industry. In many articles, she outlines her experience in the industry and discusses her vision for empowering women.

Vapor Oils

Women in the cannabis industry are increasingly embracing vapor oils, a trend that has been paved by celebrities and TV shows. The female audience is increasingly accepting of cannabis and vapor oils, thanks to the inclusion of women in many different fields, including health, science, and the arts. The women in this industry are rebranding cannabis, changing the image of the industry from one of female objectification to one of empowering women.

Events Like IPW Brunch

The purpose of events such as the IPW Brunch is to support and elevate female entrepreneurs and business owners in the cannabis industry. By bringing together women from all walks of life and different industries, IPW aims to create a strong network that empowers women to reach their full potential. At the recent brunch, attendees included CEOs, C-suite executives, trade organization leaders, and community organizers.

Jane West's Lifestyle Brand

The founder of Jane West—a lifestyle brand that promotes the legal use of cannabis—is a prolific icon in the cannabis industry. What began as a passion project has now grown into a business and activist force. In addition to launching Jane West's lifestyle brand, she founded a cannabis networking organization, Women Grow. Read this interview with West to learn about her story and how her company empowers women in the cannabis industry.

Kika's Cannabis Dispensary

The dispensary is an experiment in inclusivity and diversity. While marijuana has long been criminalized, women are still largely underrepresented in the cannabis industry. And a lack of female ownership in dispensaries can contribute to a culture of misogyny and sexism. The female-run Kika's dispensary aims to eliminate these issues, while also providing a welcoming environment for all patients.


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