Just as surely as April means 420 and July means 710, June brings us all the colors of the rainbow in the form of LGBTQ appreciation and support. Here are a few bands who are highlighting queer weed collabs this year, from “daddy” themed Dad Grass products to infused canna-seltzer.
Of course, anyone can throw a rainbow logo on their product and say they support the community. While visibility is important, that can easily come off as an empty cash grab. So, we’ve highlighted companies who put their money where their mouths are and use proceeds from their Pride products to give back. Here are our fabulous recommendations for this June.
Courtesy of LEVIA
This month, the infused seltzer brand is getting everyone in the mood for Pride with limited-edition sparkling seltzer. LEIVA are giving proceeds from this special seltzer to the Transgender Emergency Fund, firmly cementing their comittment to trans rights. The seltzer is on sale throughout Massachusetts for about $7 per can.
“It’s important for all individuals to feel accepted and included by our brand,” said Kristin Rogers, Manager of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at LEVIA. “Pride is all about celebration and whether you’re experiencing it out with friends or enjoying a backyard porch hang, we hope LEVIA’s Pride edition accompanies your celebratory efforts.”
LEVIA’s Pride seltzer is lemon-lime flavored and features a hybrid cannabis blend.
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This Southern cannabis company is unveiling Rainbow Sprinkles just in time for Pride. This limited line of cannabis products is sold across Missouri and Arkansas. In Missouri, you can get an eighth of flower, and in both Missouri and Arkansas, you can get a half-gram cart of concentrate.
The colorfully packaged product will also be giving back. One hundred percent of …
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