Happy World Book Day! We are big proponents of learning and reading and know that we don’t know everything there is to know about the magical plant we call cannabis.

Cannabis goes by so many names and has quite a history.

So where does one start if they want to start learning more about Cannabis?

Minorities have created the culture behind Cannabis, but for decades that has been behind closed doors, and now that legalization and decriminalization is spreading throughout the US and across the world, Cannabis dispensaries are looking for ways to reach the community where they’re at.

If you’re not a consumer of cannabis, knowing the culture can be difficult, especially having to deal with your own implicit biases.

It’s our goal to be able to combat stigmas, stereotypes, and roadblocks and help everyone in the United States get access to medical and recreational Cannabis.

The people are going to do it either way, so it’s all about using this important natural resource to help our economy in a sustainable and equitable way.

That being said, make sure to do your research!

Books, books, books!

Read as much as you can. Consume the latest news, and become a part of the community and politics.

As a professional, I’ve shied away from making a political stance and hide my knowledge of Cannabis culture, however becoming a public part of the Cannabis industry, it’s pretty impossible to not make a stand.

Social justice, equitable access, etiquette and more!

Are there any books you’d recommend to Cannabis CEOs to get a bigger understanding, whether you’re a seasoned black market pro, or relatively new to the White, legal market?

These are a few that are on our list and it’s growing:

Other recommended books to look into:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/katieshapiro/2020/03/30/the-best-weed-reads-to-build-your-cannabis-library/?sh=6397215e10c0

rollingstone.com/product-recommendations/books/best-books-about-weed-870807/

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