Are you going to get married? Do you want to have a marijuana-themed wedding ceremony? The best way to arrange it is visiting the International Church of Cannabis in Denver. This high place has recently started offering wedding services to cannabis-friendly couples.
4/20 is over, but it does not mean there is nothing interesting going on in the world of cannabis. The last month of spring will give you lots of opportunities to have fun, find out new things, and fight for the necessary changes in the current marijuana policy. Below we will tell you about the five most interesting and important marijuana-focused events that will happen in May.
With the marijuana legalization gaining momentum across the country, there are more events for weed lovers, advocates, and supporters to join. Weedy will tell you about the three most interesting and important cannabis events of the month.
Most pot-friendly couples benefit from smoking weed: it can eliminate anxiety, improve your sex life, and help you open up emotionally. Since marijuana enthusiasts have much in common, some of them decide to marry each other. Although a wedding is always stressful, weed can make both the couple and the guests more relaxed. Are you already planning a marijuana-style marriage celebration? A pot wedding expo is ready to help!
The weed industry is one of the most rapidly developing industries in the U.S. It creates thousands of jobs and provides people with alternative solutions in different areas: from healthcare to wellness to nutrition to fashion. And the best way to learn more about the possibilities the booming cannabis industry can give you is to attend one of the upcoming marijuana-related events. Here are the three most important events that will be happening in February.
The Year of the Rooster is coming! It is time to get together with your friends and family and celebrate the beginning of the Chinese New Year. So, why don't you celebrate the Chinese New Year in a weed-friendly way? Here are the 5 best strains for celebrating the beginning of the Year of the Rooster.
If you are a cannabis activist, a marijuana entrepreneur, or a new pot consumer, then visiting weed events is probably the most effective way for you to meet like-minded people, establish business relations, and make new friends. It is also the most interesting time in the life of the cannabis community, and most of its members are already anticipating the following seven events that will take place in 2017.
Every December, many people promise themselves to live better next year by making New Year resolutions. You can also use this tradition to improve your marijuana habits or make your weed experience more diverse. There is a list of ten cannabis resolutions that are both manageable and beneficial for cannabis consumers.
Marijuana delivery is one of the most challenging issues for the states with legal weed. But for most Californians, cannabis delivery is not a problem anymore. Weedy.com is pleased to announce that from now on, our customers in certain areas of California can not only buy weed online from their favorite dispensaries and head shops but also have their orders delivered straight to their doors.
Great news for marijuana fans, activists, and supporters: in December, there will be at least two more cannabis-focused events worth your attention. Weedy will tell you a bit about each of those events so it would be easier for you to decide whether to attend one of them or not.
The recent Annual StarChefs International Chefs Congress has shown that cannabis is a new sphere of interest for hundreds of restaurateurs and world-class chefs. Weed-cooking experts were asked many questions about the herb, making it the most popular subject of discussion at the conference.
Be a part of the rapidly growing cannabis industry: Attend one of the three marijuana-focused events that will be held this month to learn something new about the plant itself, marijuana culture, history, medical benefits, and more. These events are a useful source of information and may be the perfect place for meeting like-minded people.
The most anticipated autumn holiday is right around the corner again. And if you are going to visit a Halloween party with your weed friends, here are five cannabis strains that will create the right mood in addition to your hilarious costume and scary make-up.
BDS Analytics, a leading company in the cannabis market research, is carrying out the industry's first scientifically-based survey about marijuana consumption. This is the largest comprehensive research survey of cannabis users conducted nationwide. 1,000 marijuana consumers take part in the survey representing the demography of each U.S. state.
This month, there will be at least three thrilling marijuana-themed events in the U.S. These events will surely be interesting and quite useful for every marijuana lover: from regular users to medical cannabis patients to growers and manufacturers.
Unexpectedly for everybody, the 2014 High Times Cannabis Cup turned out to be the last festival iteration. The participants were left outside in the cold because the Cup's organizers were too late with the application for the venue permit.
The last month of the summer will give you a lot of opportunities for education, networking, and entertainment. Weedy will tell you about the five upcoming events and festivals where you can enjoy the cannabis-friendly atmosphere and spend time with like-minded people.