Did you ever watch Weeds and wish Nancy Botwin was your mom?
Some moms use pot to find relief and "bliss out," after a long day of mom-ing but there are others that turn their love and curiosity for the plant into something much more—a career. Roughly one in three executives of cannabis businesses are female; that's a better ratio than most other industries. Many of those women are moms who, like Nancy Botwin, are trying to navigate some murky and controversial waters while keeping the family happy and healthy. So, for Mother’s Day, here are our picks for two awesome moms in the weed game.
Known as the "Martha Stewart of Marijuana," Cheryl brings decades of experience working with media, celebrities, marketing and health care in Beverly Hills. She has been very successful in transforming her non-profit career into a thriving profitable media enterprise. www.CherylShuman.com
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Her newest pot venture is a self-titled lifestyle brand, offering exclusive collaborations, the very best cannabis products, travel notes, cannabis education, wellness tips and more. Check out her female-friendly line of products > https://www.janewest.com/
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Alana seeks to see cannabis from the perspective of politicians, advocates, entrepreneurs, and consumers. She got her start with a byline in the arts and culture section and crossed over into cannabis after using it medicinally. Current projects include investigations into cannabis and wellness; entrepreneurs of the Green Rush; cannabis for athletes; and the evolution of cannabis laws and culture in Canada.