Wine, Women & Weed
EPISODE 1 of Wine, Women & Weed coming soon (read more)...
It’s here! Today cannabis officially (in some forms) becomes legal in Canada and I know there are some very happy users and potential users who are celebrating this victory. But will the stigma go away with legalization? For women, who are a large part of the audience, we are no strangers to stigma. Here’s why you Click to listen
It is predicted that women will dominate the cannabis industry but we’re not seeing it yet. However, marketers recognize women as a large part of their audience and are using creative ways to reach women as consumers because they know that women consume content differently and make choices based on word of mouth and educational Click to listen
Alison Gordon and I pick up where we left off in our discussion on women and weed. It turns out that (and no surprise) women rely on other women’s experiences to guide them in their decisions about choosing a strain or even considering cannabis as a choice. With their incredibly helpful site, “Latitude”, 48 North Click to listen
“We’re in rebel territory now” If we’re trying to get a hold of some cannabis or even want to store our stash – our options were pretty limited and pretty unsightly. Until recently, cannabis paraphernalia came from a ‘head shop’ and we were made to feel like we were part of the seedy underbelly of Click to listen
In my attempt to relax and ‘unwine’ I’m trying to find out what strain will replace my sacred cabernet sauvignon. While strains have no correlation to different varietals of wine – I still believe that I can draw a loose comparison. Today I’m talking with Zoe Brownstone, Cannabis Designer, and all around funny lady. I Click to listen