The Not So Secret Garden

The Not So Secret Garden

Professional garden writer Johanna Silver launches a new book that makes growing cannabis a no-fuss activity for backyard crusaders “I really think that gardening, period, relieves anxiety or it should. It often doesn’t because people tend to freak out because...
UNOIA Founders Nurture CBD Community in Atlanta

UNOIA Founders Nurture CBD Community in Atlanta

Admittedly, the founders of UNOIA discovered the branding for their CBD-infused honey and agave products via a Google search.  “Eunoia [yoo ‘noy uh] means beautiful thinking (in Greek) … We took off the ‘e’ to make it UNOIA. By the way, it’s definitely not a word...
The COVID-19 Homeschool Pivot

The COVID-19 Homeschool Pivot

5 Tips on transitioning to homeschool from a cannamom (who already homeschooled her children) The coronavirus pandemic has forced schools to shut down all over the world, leaving many parents to attempt homeschooling for the first time. Of course as parents we will...
Share the Love

Share the Love

CBD treatment for pets is on trend among furparents  Parenthood comes in many forms—even furry ones.  As more and more families include furchildren, many women now identify as non-traditional mothers who would do anything to provide optimal care to their pets. With...
Athletes Discover Healing Power of Cannabis

Athletes Discover Healing Power of Cannabis

Anna Symonds trades alcohol for cannabis in world of rugby For professional rugby player Anna Symonds, the therapeutic effects of cannabis became evident at one of the traditional post-game parties.  “With rugby, there’s a strong drinking component attached to the...
High-er Education: The FAFSA Act

High-er Education: The FAFSA Act

The Financial Aid Fairness for Students Act can give those with cannabis convictions access to college While pursuing my bachelor’s degree, I also was a young mother-to-be. Imagine attending classes while suffering from terrible morning sickness that lasted morning,...
Stepping into the New 420

Stepping into the New 420

“As women, I think we have a tendency to put a lot of pressure on ourselves to do everything. We’re career-motivated, family-oriented, and community-focused. It can be hard to find balance and downtime sometimes, and consuming cannabis (hemp and marijuana) is a...
An Essay: Mothering with Marijuana

An Essay: Mothering with Marijuana

When I first became vocal about my relationship with cannabis, I braced myself for the inevitable question: You’re a mom—how can you use marijuana?  Informed by outdated stereotypes and a nagging stigma around this plant, those who ask me this question are confused....
Sweet Jane’s Outlook for 2020

Sweet Jane’s Outlook for 2020

At Sweet Jane, we strive to follow our own curiosites, knowing many of our current and future readers share them. We have dedicated our work to understanding the cannabis industry in an effort to educate new and existing consumers who are canna-curious or seeking more...
Shining a Light on How Cannabis Is Grown

Shining a Light on How Cannabis Is Grown

While cannabis has been cultivated around the world for thousands of years, modernization has made it easier than ever to grow the plant, whether in an outdoor garden bed or an isolated indoor facility. For canna-connoisseurs, knowing where and how their cannabis is...
Biggest Cannabis “Hits” of 2019

Biggest Cannabis “Hits” of 2019

The U.S. cannabis industry saw some big changes — both good and bad — in 2019. From legal progress on the regional and federal level to health debates over the plant’s effect on pregnant women, we take a look at some of the biggest stories this year.  Illinois...