We love challenging the stigma around cannabis, as evidenced by our amazing creative ambassadors – there’s the jewelry maker, the photographer, the tattoo artist, the DJ, and the gypsy wagon guy. Now, we’re tackling that tired trope of the lazy stoner stuck to the sofa scarfing bags of chips. Here are three reasons cannabis helps you make the most of your gym time. Read more
Creative ambassadors use their artistic skill and platform to advocate for safe marijuana use.
When Jeramie Lu started shooting for Kynd Cannabis Company, we needed him to take the kind of photos that would tell the stories of not only our many cannabis strains and products, but also our athlete and creative ambassadors. That wasn’t a problem for Jeramie – he’ll tell you himself, he loves the challenge of telling a story with a single image. The self-taught photographer has and continues to exceed our expectations, and with his newfound introduction to cannabis, it only made sense to get this guy on our team. Yep, we’re thrilled to announce that Jeramie Lu is the newest Kynd creative ambassador. Read more
Cannabis may well be legal here in Nevada, both medicinally and recreationally, but this is an industry that’s still just truly beginning to unfold. As the legal framework continues developing, local businesses are navigating these new laws in real time and making up rules as they go. Many local companies opt for a strict no-cannabis policy, assuming it’s the easiest, safest option. And then there are those who see the potential in a far more liberal approach. Read more
Kynd’s creative ambassadors are a mix of talented folks with varying outlets for their unique brand of imagination and innovation. There’s the amazing Jenn Raley, maker of stunning jewelry, and today we’re bringing you our newest creative ambassador – Jamie Cooper. The former kayak champ turned professional DJ is another piercing arrow in the rapidly-deflating stereotype of cannabis users – and you better believe she loves that. Read more
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before – the average cannabis user is a grungy, lazy slacker with no work ethic. While the stoner stereotype may have its place in Hollywood (along with the reefer madness propaganda of the 20s and 30s), the cannabis industry is working tirelessly to challenge perceptions about the kinds of people who use cannabis products – and for what reasons they consume. Read more