High support

Two events in Oklahoma City this weekend benefit cannabis-related charities.
Whether you are in the mood for a casual barbecue or a classy evening out, two cannabis-related charities hold benefit events this weekend in Oklahoma City.

Hash dreams

Jayson “Giddy Up” Emo traveled to Amsterdam for his first Cannabis Cup in 2013, where he and his colleagues swept one of the categories.
There is beginner’s luck, but for Jayson “Giddy Up” Emo and his friends, there is also just being the best at what you do.

Hopeful beginning

CBD Plus USA has teamed up with Green Hope Wellness Clinic to open the nonprofit charity Green Hopes.
Two of Oklahoma City metro’s recognizable names in the cannabis business have teamed up to form a charity.

High hopes

Years before the Cannabis Cup came to Oklahoma, Jayson Emo left the state to pursue his cannabis dreams in Colorado.
Oklahoma might be about to have its first Cannabis Cup, but the champions will not be the first Okies to win one.

Smoked hens

The chefs at Guyutes have taken smoked hens to a new level by adding cannabis-infused oil to the recipe.
Summertime is the domain of the barbecue, and this month’s infused recipe falls within that realm.

Rolling home

Tyson Meade launches his signature line of luxury cannabis this fall.
Losing his bid for the U.S. House of Representatives might have been a blessing in disguise, as it will allow Tyson Meade to produce his own line of cannabis instead.

Nug run

Drive-thru dispensaries are a good option during the summer months.
While the summer’s first heat wave has abated, Oklahomans know good and well that it will not be the last one the state sees this season.

Rolling home

Former roadie Tommy Gragg is now the owner of Red Dirt Labs, which produces a wide variety of cannabis products.
Tommy Gragg traded a life on the road for a life in the lab.

Sweet Leaf

ElectraLeaf began in what might be the smallest dispensary in the state but is quickly expanding.
A shoebox-sized dispensary in Oklahoma City is quickly growing with a flagship facility under construction in Edmond.

Kiki’s grow

GrOKC is one of the leading growers in the cannabis market, with a laboratory including some of the country’s most renowned cannabis brands.
When Hugh Musser says that his company GrOKC is in the medical cannabis industry, he means it.

Witching herb

A lack of guidelines concerning dispensary operating hours allow some owners to expand their open times.
The dog days of Oklahoma summer are now upon us, but there are fortunately a few metro medical cannabis dispensaries that stay open through the dead of night to serve those hoping to beat the heat and helping those who work shifts beyond the standard 9 to 5.

High honors

The first High Times Oklahoma Cannabis Cup has been confirmed but not announced.
High Times magazine brings its Cannabis Cup to the Sooner State for the first time in August.

Shelf life

Legal struggles have not stopped Top Shelf Health & Wellness from expanding.
The staff at Top Shelf Health & Wellness, 2518 N. Meridian Ave., have been waiting a year to get paid what they are owed from a CBD isolate deal gone awry, but that is already in the rearview for the rapidly expanding business.

Glass magic

TaMike McCloud is returning to his love of glassblowing, opening a new gallery Aug. 2 and doing a live glassblowing demonstration this month.
TaMike McCloud incidentally witnessed a glassblower practicing his craft about five years ago and quickly fell in love with the art.

Cover: Green state

June 26 is the one-year anniversary of the vote to legalize medical cannabis. Oklahoma Gazette looks back at the first year and glances toward the future for the cannabis plant in the state.
On June 26, 2018, more than 892,000 Oklahomans flooded the polls.

Sativa ceviche

Oklahoma Gazette and Guyutes team up to bring readers a twist on the national dish of Peru: a cannabis-infused ceviche taco.
Oklahoma summers are known for being hot and humid, but a cool meal is a good way to beat the heat.

PRIDE Patient Pride

Several Oklahoma City metro dispensaries are featured at Pride events this year.
This year, Oklahoma City Pride welcomes an entirely different class of businesses to the celebration: cannabis dispensaries.

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