Cannabis Brands Give Back For LGBTQ+ Pride Month
Lastly, in Nevada, Altitude Products, makers of CBD-infused lotions, lubes, and other cannabis products, are donating for Pride.
Last year, she started formulating her BELLA line of skincare products in an FDA-approved lab and in January began selling them in natural food stores and online.
“Bella is made for the savvy shopper who loves top-quality skincare and ready to experience the benefits of CBD.” – Krista Whitley, CEO of Bella
The box is specially curated using the CBD industry’s top products like Bella, Glacé, Caviar Gold, and Select Oil.
“Research has shown that CBD acts as an anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant, antioxidant, antiemetic, anxiolytic [aka, anti-anxiety], and antipsychotic agent,” says Krista Whitley, CEO of Bella.
“Many of my clients and supporters are spa and salon owners interested in wellness, and every salon owner knows that most salon clients are in some kind of pain, most of the time.” – Krista Whitley, CEO of Bella
“I think … child-resistant packaging has been really fundamental and key in some of the most regulated environments,” – Krista Whitley
Krista Whitley discusses the federal government’s proposed rules and how common-sense regulation may help advance other markets and normalize cannabis consumption.
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“My favorite way to consume cannabis is with Bella’s Crema Elegante. The formula doesn’t have any scent, so it won’t irritate my skin and it feels like an incredible luxurious body cream rather than a waxy pain balm.” – Krista Whitley, CEO of BELLA