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Toke Like A Girl 

May 8-15 2017
Californians recently voted to legalize recreational marijuana, signaling a move towards embracing cannabis and opening the door to a new consumer: women.

With the arrival of sleek vape pens, gourmet edibles, artful accessories, upscale dispensaries and discreet delivery services, more and more females are embracing cannabis.

One of the most popular products with women is the Alchemy line of vape pens, offering aromatic blends of cannabis and botanicals in moderate and high potency options. Perfect for consumers new to cannabis, Alchemy products provide an accessible, consistent and enjoyable experience.

For more on women and cannabis, check out this recent segment from KPIX-TV in San Francisco:
Sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2017/05/03/marijuana-pot-medical-marijuana-women/

Win a FREE ALCHEMY VAPE PEN!
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Offer expires Tuesday, May 16

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