As we step into the month of February, it’s time to honor and celebrate Black History Month. Let’s go on a journey through Boston’s Black-owned cannabis scene and highlight some Black-owned cannabis businesses and brands that deserve your attention.
Our celebration begins with a touch of selfcare – Frigg, a Black-female-owned brand that offers a unique blend of broad spectrum CBD face and hair Attuning Potions. These products are not just personal care products but also a celebration of a Black-female-owned brand in the beauty and cannabis spaces. Frigg, founded by Kimberly Dillon, can be found at various online retailers and may be a great way to incorporate CBD into your everyday routine.
Doobie delivers happiness to your door. This consumer friendly cannabis delivery service brings you a thoughtfully curated menu combined with one-of-a-kind customer service experience through the Doobie Concierge! Doobie is driven to deliver unparalleled customer delight while empowering and uplifting the community.
This luxury dispensary not only provides high-quality cannabis but was also the first black-female owned dispensary in Boston. The Heritage Club is a must-visit for those seeking a personalized cannabis shopping experience that focuses on consumer education.
With two locations, each nestled in distinct Boston neighborhoods (Grove Hall and Downtown), Pure Oasis is locally owned. With a strong focus on community engagement and quality products dispensary is a vital part of Boston’s cannabis culture.
This cannabis dispensary has an experience ready to satisfy each of your senses. Follow Apex Noire to see when their rooftop lounge and edible factory will be open. You’ll want to be one of the first to gaze at the starry city sky from this seven-story dispensary.
As consumers, we may have the power to make a positive impact by supporting Black-owned businesses and cannabis brands. Here are some practical tips that may help make conscious purchasing choices that go beyond Black History Month:
Take the time to explore Black-owned cannabis brands and dispensaries in Boston. Educate yourself on their stories, values, and the unique products they offer.
You could use your platform to amplify Black-owned businesses. By sharing your discoveries on social media, and writing reviews, it may encourage your friends or family to support Black-owned businesses.
Many Black-owned cannabis businesses organize events and workshops. You could attend these gatherings to learn more about the industry, connect with like-minded individuals, and show your support.
Advocate for policies that promote social equity within the cannabis industry. You may choose to support initiatives that aim to address the historical injustices faced by Black communities in relation to cannabis prohibition. As weed becomes more mainstream it is important to remember the history and impact that cannabis has had on communities that have been disproportionately impacted by arrest rates.
By consciously choosing to support Black-owned businesses, we may contribute to the growth and empowerment of the Black community in the cannabis industry and other industries directly and indirectly related to cannabis. Let this month be a reminder that our choices as consumers may spark positive change and build a more inclusive and diverse cannabis culture in Boston and beyond. Cheers to celebrating Black History Month and the vibrant tapestries of the city of Boston and cannabis.
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Disclaimer: The content provided in this article is for informational purposes only. Please consume cannabis responsibly and follow all local laws and regulations.