https://www.greenentrepreneur.com/article/351621

Black lives matter to me as a business and as a person. And we know that ultimately the all mighty dollar has the power to create (or destroy) this movement. Why not support with your consumer dollars black owned CBD and hemp businesses. That’s one way to stick it to the man. Show your solidarity by keeping the dollar in black spaces.

As the article says…

Consumers hold power. The power to decide where your money goes is one small piece of our impact on the world. Cannabis justice is racial justice. It is necessary to back up your buying behavior and social media statements with both action and accountability. It is also important for all entrepreneurs to continue the momentum of this movement and to share Black stories outside of the Black Lives Matter civil rights uprising, including year-round. 

https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/why-do-edibles-hit-your-harder-than-smoking-marijuana/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=why-do-edibles-hit-your-harder-than-smoking-marijuana?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication

We all love food! And consuming cannabis in that medium is more popular then ever. So why is it that we can seem to overdo it so often with edibles. I know that 100 percent of any person that has tried edibles has had a over done experience. And even the most confident pot head can have a trippy experience when dealing with consumables. Why is that? Read the article and find out.

Pictured above is: The Green Baker Marshmallows infused with TGB cannasugar