Everything That Happened at Our Women in Cannabis Weekend
Empowering panels, palo santo-scented chill room, and CBD.
You know those experiences in life where there just aren’t enough words in the English vocabulary to capture their true essence? You had to be there to really ~feel~ it. Our Women in Cannabis weekend in collaboration with Limone Creative at The Hoxton in Williamsburg was one of those indescribable moments. Luckily for us, there were hundreds of you there to vibe and hang out with us during what will go down in Coveteur history. And, for those who didn’t, don’t worry, because there might just be one coming to a city near you. *wink*
From the rooftop panel discussion on cannabis and New York State politics that brought us to tears and received a standing ovation, to the conversations overlooking the Manhattan skyline on CBD, building an inclusive industry, and closing the pain gap (to name a few) that were so packed we were grabbing seats on countertops. It was a weekend of education, empowerment, emotion, and overwhelming feel-good energy.
Between chats, attendees recentered energy with fire-side reiki sessions by Tonic Vibes and Barbari lavender and rose herbal pre-rolls. Or, for the adventurous, got hand-poke tats from none other than Bluestone Babe. Poplar took over an entire room where Deanna First sketched the inimitable cool crowd—a take-home piece of memorabilia. Just next door, Kiskanu gave CBD massages and Levo Oil concocted custom CBD lip balm on-site. And just in case you weren’t zen enough, Sunday Scaries handed out CBD gummies before entering Grace Villamil x Yew Yew transformative multi-sensory respire room to escape the crowd and find your inner zen. Let’s also talk about all the test-and-play stations: tinctures by Onyx & Rose, CocoCanna CBD-infused coconut oil (and jade-rolling facials), Papa & Barkley hemp-infused drops, all with an Oki water in hand.
We’re still buzzing (no pun intended) from the group of inspiring women who spoke, participated, and attended this weekend, and we can’t wait for the world tour.
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