10 Top Cannabis-Related Websites

The Internet gives access to loads of information—but can it be too much? Sifting through all the cannabis-related websites online can take ages and leaves a person wondering which sites are at ​all reliable?

To help save you some time and bafflement, here are some of the best cannabis-related websites we have come across:
  1. Leafly.  As the world’s largest cannabis information resource, Leafly is empowering people in legal cannabis markets to learn about the right products for their lifestyle and wellness needs, find those products safely and efficiently, and buy them from licensed and regulated dispensaries.

  2. Cannabis in Canada. The Government of Canada's website Cannabis in Canada relates to all things cannabis, including topics like: What the Law and the Health Effects Mean for You, Know What is Legal in Each Province and Territory Across Canada, Cannabis Impairment, What Industry Needs to Know.

  3. MindBodyGreen. This website takes a 360 degree approach to wellness that incorporates mental, physical, spiritual, emotional and environmental well-being—believing these pillars of wellness are vital and interconnected. The MindBodyGreen (one word, not three) blog contains well-written, insightful articles on a variety of topics related to cannabis and health. The website touts it offers “unique perspectives to help you cultivate a life of greater meaning, connection, fulfillment and purpose.”

  4.  The Cannabist. Part of The Denver Post, The Cannabist covers marijuana news and culture. The website helps readers stay updated on politics and business issues; get resource information about health, laws, cultivation, cooking with cannabis and more; product and strain reviews; and interviews with industry insiders. In addition, the Cannabis has a regular podcast—​The Cannabist Show—with topics that match the website’s online coverage.

  5. Marijuana Job Board Canada | USA . Looking for a job in the Cannabis industry? Look no further! Marijuana Job Board has one of the most comprehensive lists of positions available right now in both the USA and Canada. From CEO, to grower, to shop clerk, you are quite likely to find a new job here!

  6. The Independent. A British online newspaper, The Independent strives to report clearly without political bias. It is well known for journalistic integrity and has won multiple awards for its top-notch coverage. The cannabis section of The Independent follows suit, with tons of straight-forward, factual coverage cannabis-related topics from around the glob.

  7. Botaniq. This website is elevating the modern cannabis conversation. Botaniq covers pretty much anything to do with Cannabis. It may seem a daunting task to keep on top of everything to do with cannabis, yet the Botaniq team manages to do just that with outstanding success.

  8. Weedmaps. Weedmaps is a collection of reliable, fact-based information about cannabis products, consumption methods and more for novice and connoisseur consumers created by the most knowledgeable minds in the industry.

  9. Marijuana Business Daily. This website’s editors and reporters bring retailers, professional cultivators, infused product makers, ancillary service providers and finance professionals the information and networking they need to flourish within the cannabis industry. In addition to the MJBizDaily newsletter, MJBizDaily Canada, hemp industry reports, and the monthly Marijuana Business Magazine, Marijuana Business Daily also serves as producer and host of the world’s largest family of B2B tradeshows for the cannabis industry, MJBizCon.

  10. The Star. The Cannabis in Canada section of The Star is absolutely loaded with Canada specific news articles. Information provided comes from one of Canada’s leading media outlets (Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd.) so can be relied on to be accurate. Coverage is complete and sound since Information is gathered by professional reporters situated across Canada.  

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