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Weedstagram: ‘Women Grow’ Wants To Get More Women Involved In The Cannabis Industry

Instagram is home to all sorts of accounts (good and bad) that cater to a vast range of people with different interests. In order to help you weed out all the garbage, this column highlights the best Instagram marijuana accounts, whether that means they’re entertaining, informative, or just fun to look at.

Women Grow is an organization that wants to make cannabis interesting for women, all with the help of beautiful art, while highlighting fun and educational events. Their Instagram account is filled with great images, news that keeps you up to date on the cannabis industry and spotlights on some of the most important and interesting players in cannabis.

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Flowers for days 🌹Wishing you a happy #sundayfunday⠀ #repost @strawberrysequoia⠀ #womengrow #womenincannabis

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Thank you all for joining us 🎉⠀ Summit was magical✨ See you next year💚⠀ #WGLS19 #WomenGrowEast

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🌈June is #PrideMonth 🌈⠀ Join #WomenGrow in paying tribute to the LGBTQIA community who are enriching the cannabis industry. We would like to recognize some of the thought leaders we are seeing who are making great contributions to the growing number of leaders in cannabis.💚 ⠀ ✨Christine De La Rosa @mizchris , CEO of The People’s Dispensary @mytpdnational , is a transplanted Texan living & thriving in Oakland,CA. She is a social entrepreneur who has spent most of her adult life building businesses that creatively engage⠀ & employ the local communities that surround them.⠀ Two restaurants, two event production companies, an art⠀ gallery, a retail shop & a salon were part of her trajectory that led to co-owning successful cannabis businesses in both California & Oregon. She is a well-respected advocate & activist for the chronically ill, people of color, women, formerly incarcerated & the LGBTQ+ community.⠀ Christine is passionate about the industry that saved her life. After 15 years as a database architect & at the very moment when she was at the top of her tech career she almost died from complications of undiagnosed Lupus. Bedridden, she spent five⠀ years unable to work or perform rudimentary functions due to her illness & the synthetic medications prescribed by her doctors. In 2015, she found cannabis as an alternative to treat her lupus. No longer bound to 11 pills a day or monthly infusions, she was inspired by her experience to open Benefit Health Collective in 2016, along with her three co-founders. Together they have grown a profitable multi-state dispensary & a national social equity model & enterprise now known as The People’s Dispensary.⠀ Christine believes that the cannabis industry has a mandate to serve not only its customers and patients but also the communities that have been most affected by the war on drugs. 🙌🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

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