A powerful conversation with Hanah Salas about how the War on Drugs directly impacted her family and how that experience led her to become an entrepreneur while advocating for Cannabis and marginalized communities.
“It doesn’t exist” “It isn’t that serious” We’ve all likely heard many things about PMS, including countless myths about it. Ideas consistent with women and wombs meaning weakness or unworthiness have been embedded into societal discourse for centuries.
En honor y reconocimiento a Women's History Month, the Xula team curated a compilation of songs that acknowledge femenine expression and celebrates all femmes.
These Celebrities Are Riding High on the Cannabis Wave
As the word cannabis becomes a buzzword around the world, we’re seeing more celebrities publicly share their relationship with the...
Be your own Valentine all month long. The Xula team put together a guide of our favorite self-love gifts that nurture your mind, body, and impeccable style.
Take Yourself Out On a Solo Date
Now that we’re emerging back into the world, there’s a metric ton of pressure to go out with other people...
Our team put together a playlist with self intimacy at the forefront of our minds and wanted to share it with you.
Hibiscus + Hemp Spritz for Dry January
This alcohol-free (but CBD-inclusive) spritz is perfect if you're doing Dry January or for anyone who prefers their cócteles sin alcohol.
Turmeric The Versatile Root Herb
Turmeric’s historical uses in medicine and cuisine remind us that people of color have been connected to the earth as a way to heal and create for themselves through what nature provided. Its practical uses remain the same all these years later.
Everything You Need to Know About Solo Hemp
Xula is setting a new bar for what it means to ethically price high grade products and put accessibility in the forefront of Xula’s mission.
Celebrating the Pan-African Holiday Kwanzaa
Kwanzaa celebrates the seven principles of Nguzo Saba (originally Nguzu Saba – the seven principles of African Heritage). They were developed in 1965, a year before Kwanzaa itself. These seven principles comprise Kawaida, a Swahili word meaning "common."
Today is the Winter Solstice—the shortest day and longest night of the year. It is the first day of astronomical winter. Join us for ritual cannabis consumption for the winter solstice.