Says the press launch…
Let’s hope this develops into one thing greater over time…..
Inspired by 4/20 and the groundswell of social activism within the hashish trade, a bunch of hashish promoting, advertising and marketing and communication professionals is creating a collection of downloadable guides designed to tell on key points whereas offering fundraising alternatives for nonprofits.
Calling themselves the “Cannabis Creative Movement,” the group will use its collective skills to analysis, write and design a collection of downloadable pamphlets, every targeted on a selected urgent hashish difficulty. In addition, every pamphlet will characteristic info from a selected nonprofit group working to fight the problem, serving to to boost consciousness on methods people can become involved. Pamphlets will develop into obtainable month-to-month, with the primary difficulty, “The CannaCurious Woman’s Guide” launching at present.
“Women often face increased stigmas where cannabis use is concerned, even as legalization grows in acceptance. This can keep some women from pursuing cannabis medicine solutions or from enjoying cannabis recreationally. Even worse, it can create shame or embarrassment where there should be none,” mentioned John Shute, CEO and Founder of PufCreativ, which helps drive the hassle. “This is just one of the issues we see as critical for our industry to attack, and we think it is important to get as many people involved as possible.”
Produced in collaboration with CannaCurious Magazine, the CannaCurious Women’s Guide” is co-sponsored by Lupus Howse Foundation, a nonprofit that gives academic assets for ladies struggling to stay with lupus. Cannabis use has been discovered to assist widespread lupus signs resembling, continual ache, anxiousness, train restoration, stress aid, fatigue, irritation, insomnia, and extra. The information will be considered and downloaded here.
“Women living with lupus are in a constant battle to find relief when symptoms are present. It can be very difficult to know what treatments are available and what might work for you and your specific challenges,” mentioned Kimberly Howse, who based Lupus Howse Foundation in response to her personal analysis with the sickness in 2005. “Many women in our community have found that cannabis treatment can be very beneficial, so we are thrilled to be involved in this project.”
According to Shute, every month’s information will present info on an necessary difficulty within the hashish neighborhood, in addition to supply entry to a nonprofit working to serve these most impacted by that difficulty. The hope is to attract consideration to points that may be tough to debate and consequently, typically go undisclosed or ignored. All guides can be free downloads obtainable on the Cannabis Creative Movement website. Future guidebooks within the collection will embrace:
“When it comes to these concerns, you can never be too informed,” mentioned Wes Donahoe, Chief Marketing Officer for The 9th Block, a founding accomplice of the Cannabis Creative Movement. “Very often, people are reluctant to ask about or discuss these issues. Our hope is that these guidebooks can provide an introduction on these important topics in a way that is not intrusive while generating awareness of organizations working to improve them.”
View and obtain the CannaCurious Woman’s Guide.