Across the country, states are moving further into the complete legalization of marijuana. The battle still continues to free those who were incarcerated for precious marijuana offenses. While we work on progress on that front, we cannot overlook the black owned businesses that do exist in the space. From Dispensaries, to Brands that offer CBD infused treats, tinctures, and oils, there are a number of Black Owned Businesses that are taking advantage of the new laws popping up around the country. Take advantage of our directory and this guide of Black Owned Businesses for 4/20.
CBD has plenty of medicinal benefits, and there has been a lot of innovation in the delivery methods. Twist to Axis is a great unique brand that allows you to infuse your water with a Hemp based flavor solution. Their patented cap and delivery method is designed to ensure the freshest delivery of the extract so you can derive the most benefit from the beverage. You can order online and give this unique method a try.
Frigg is a wellness brand to help you deal with the stressors of modern life. This brand uses Hemp as the basis to make products for hair and skin health. Made with natural ingredients, Frigg offers both external and internal solutions to improving your balance and well being. Check out their gummies and extracts for a full set of solutions.
Edibles are a huge new market for CBD, and Marijuana businesses. There are many creative ways to incorporate CBD into your lifestyle, which could include Satan’s Breath Hot Sauce. Keep this in your bag for when you’re at the fish or chicken spot. If you need some flavor for your greens and cornbread, give one of these varieties some play.
Mixing together fresh and natural juice and CBD are a strong combination for the natural health movement. The Juice Joint is a brand that features Delta-8, a relative of THC with a lower psychoactive potency than THC which is considered a Delta-9. If you want to make your own items, you can also get their CBD tinctures to start with.
The guys over at 2 Bros Coffee have some great coffee products first and foremost. They also have put in the time and effort to get into the CBD game with their CBD infused coffee. You can get your morning started the right way. If you’re looking for a unique snack, you can also try their Milk Chocolate CBD Covered Beans. For an extra treat, try the brown sugar sweetened coffee beans as well.
For those who want to enjoy their 4/20 the most natural way, Bouqe is a brand there to help you out. Bouqe has rolling trays and accessories to go along with their signature Hemp rolling papers. Buy them singularly or get yourself a subscription to make sure you never run out of one of your most important supplies.
Al Harrington, former NBA star, has been at the forefront of the new regulations in the marijuana game. Named after his grandmother, who experienced relief from glaucoma symptoms after trying medicinal marijuana, the brand is designed to increase minority participation in the industry and help to rebuild urban communities. Look for one of their strands in your local dispensary, including their brand new Iverson ’96 Limited Edition strand.
Gentleman Quinns is a premium brand of pre-rolled blunts. These are all hand rolled and sealed with fruit pectin in a hemp wrap. If you can’t do it yourself you might as well look for the best that you can find. These also come in a connoisseur box and child proof packaging. Make it easy on yourself with Gentleman Quinns black owned pre-rolls.
Budzy Box is a subscription for those interested in trying new things in the game. With different themes, you will be introduced to new products that incorporate CBD on a monthly basis. You can also get their standard cookie dough mix so even the novice can have a special treat when they want it.
Josephine and Billies is the upscale dispensary of your dreams. It is the first dispensary design by and for Black Women. The “Tea Shop” is an homage to the jazz age and the Black Excellence of the time. The owners and staff are there to make even first timers feel comfortable and to make the world of cannabis accessible. If you’re not visiting LA any time soon, you can check out the rest of our dispensary listings here and see if there is a black owned establishment near you.