Tokyo Smoke, Van der Pop is a “new resource for women who seek out what speaks to them” in the world of cannabis and welldesigned products. Expected to launch its signature strains in Canada with partner licensed producer WeedMD this October, Van der Pop accessories are already available for sale at Tokyo Smoke.
Van der Pop’s signature Poppins Italian leather bag retails at $370. The purse comes equipped with a lock for your stash.
Van der Pop is also committed to pairing cannabis experiences with education and culture. The Vandy advice blog is a place for the canna curious to get their daily dose of cannabis knowledge.
And for those not particularly excited about the toxic effects of alcohol, both psychoactive and non-psychoactive cannabis products are a welcome alternative in our social landscapes.
High-end cannabis brands provide consumers with an opportunity to explore the potential benefits of cannabis and to create an experience that focuses on wellness and self-care.
“It’s all about establishing your personal relationship with the plant,” says Maya Elisabeth, of U.S.-based Whoopi & Maya. And yes, that’s Whoopi as in actress Whoopi Goldberg.
Catering to medical patients in California, Whoopi and Maya lead the industry with an herbalist-inspired line of women’s cannabis products that “take the pain away and elevate your mood.”
Although Whoopi and Maya’s products are not currently available on the Canadian market, it is a testament to Canada’s future of cannabis-infused raw cacao spreads, magnesium bath soaks and topicals for that time of the month.
With her eye on the future, Elisabeth envisions a world where recreational cannabis legalization means cannabis beauty spas and retreats designed for ultimate luxury. For those of us lucky enough to soon be living in a federally legal cannabis country, the possibilities are endless.