Print Magazine ‘Sweet Jane’ Hits Newsstands
Print cannabis magazine Sweet Jane has launched nationwide, according to a news release published Wednesday.
The magazine will target female cannabis advocates with the mission to: “empower women, those who identify as women, mothers, and grandmothers who support legal cannabis use for health and wellness,” according to the publication’s website.
“With greater access to cannabis comes a widening gap for education among consumers—especially new consumers and especially women. Sweet Jane magazine was created with the mission to better inform women and mothers who are curious about cannabis—marijuana and hemp—for health, wellness, or relaxation,” Sweet Jane Editor and Publisher Katy Ibsen said in the release. “If we can make cannabis easy to understand and less intimidating, it moves everyone closer to destigmatizing cannabis.”
The inaugural issue’s topics include: effects on breastmilk, cannabis coaches and terpenes. The magazine can be found at Barnes and Noble.
For more on Sweet Jane, visit the magazine’s website here.