Tulalip retailer bridges the education gap for new cannabis users.

The world of cannabis is changing, as new products and different applications arrive on the market every month.

What is also changing is the number of women who are using cannabis and related products. Research in recent years has shown that the usage gap between men and women is shrinking, as more women look to cannabis as an alternative to pharmaceuticals or for recreational purposes.

“Women are the strongest growing demographic among our customers,” says Dani Derose, part of the marketing team at Remedy Tulalip in Marysville. “Many women are proactive in taking care of their health and we’re seeing a lot of women crossing over who haven’t used cannabis much before.”

– Read the entire article at Seattle Times.

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