LGBTQ THC: Brands That Are Giving Back

Just as April means 420 and July means 710, June brings all the colors of the rainbow in the form of LGBTQ gratitude and support. From “daddy” -themed dadglass products to infused cannaselzers, there are several bands this year highlighting weed collaboration.

Of course, anyone can say that they support the community by throwing a rainbow logo on their products. Visibility is important, but it can easily come off as an empty cache grab. So we emphasized companies that put money in their mouths and use the proceeds from their pride products to return. Here are some great recommendations for this June.

Courtesy of LEVIA

Levia

Infused this month, the Selzer brand makes everyone feel pride with a limited edition sparkling Selzer. LEVIA has donated the proceeds from this special Selzer to the Transgender Emergency Fund to solidify its commitment to transgender rights. Selzer sells for about $ 7 per can throughout Massachusetts.

Christine Rogers, Manager of Diversity Equity and Inclusion at LEVIA, said: “Pride is a celebration. Whether you’re experiencing it with friends or enjoying the backyard porch, we hope LEVIA’s Pride Edition will accompany your festive efforts.”

LEVIA’s Pride Selzer is lemon-lime flavored and features a hybrid cannabis blend.

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Courtesy of Good Day Farm

Good day farm

This southern cannabis company is announcing Rainbow Sprinkles just in time for pride. This limited line of cannabis products is sold in Missouri and Arkansas. In Missouri, you can get one-eighth of the flowers, and in both Missouri and Arkansas, you can get a cart of 0.5 grams of concentrate.

We will also return colorfully packaged products. 100% of the proceeds up to $ 10,000 will go to local charities that serve the queer community, such as Lucie’s Place, a non-profit homeless youth organization in Arkansaw, and The Center Project, a community center in Missouri.

As explained in the press release, “Rainbow Sprinkles is an extension of Good Day Farm’s Sprinkles Collection, which began earlier this year with Titty Sprinkles. Good Day Farm supports breast cancer research and awareness in a fun and culturally appropriate way. Launched Titty Sprinkles for the clear purpose of doing. “

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Flower courtesy by Eddy Parker

Eddy Parker flowers

This fun and colorful cannabis accessory brand participates in pride action with some fun and meaningful products. Their “Say Gay” clipper writers, lighter bags and clutches will be on sale online at boutiques in New York during this month’s Pride Month. In this message, Eddie Parker responds to Florida’s “not gay” law aimed at quitting queer education. 15% of the proceeds from the sale of lighters and bags will be donated to the Queer Education Association GLSEN.

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Courtesy of dad glass

Dad glass

Dudglass is also proud to announce its Pride collection, with just a name begging for a special rebranding of Pride in June. Dad Grass, the provider of CBD and CBD pre-rolls, aims to create therapeutic products that are suitable for dads.

For pride, they unveiled a five-pack CBD joint in a tie-dye pack, as well as a “Daddy Chill” branded hat and colorful shirt. Designed by Huberto Cruz, also known as I Scream Color, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Equality California, a non-profit organization that helps hear the strange voices of California.

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Courtesy of Do Drops

Make a drop

To commemorate Pride Month, Do Drops of Holistic Industries announces the “Flavors of Pride” line. This low-dose edible food line will be available all year round, not just in June, with some of the revenue being the largest national trance-led organization advocating a world where everyone can live safely. It will be sent to the Transgender Law Center. There is no discrimination.

With the launch of this product, Do Drops worked with queer creators to donate to six additional charities during June.

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