Pam Chmiel

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Pam Chmiel is an entrepreneur with experience launching three start-ups that include a toy product, a non-profit educational program for teens, and espresso bars. Chmiel is a writer covering many interests and industries.

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Will the Metaverse Be a Game-Changer for the Cannabis Industry?

An alternative universe with no advertising restrictions has entrepreneurs taking notice.

Social Equity Businesses Are Struggling. This Startup Hopes to Change That.

There's a real danger that social equity entrepreneurs will not have their rightful place in the cannabis industry due to larger-than-life hurdles. BCubed is offering help.

What Keeps New York Hemp Farmers Up at Night

A candid conversation with Allan Gandelman, president of the New York Cannabis Growers and Processors Association

3 Women Who Are Trailblazing Social Equity Programs

What does it take to run a successful social equity program? Here are some great examples.

Can Cannabis Help Those Who Suffer From Dementia?

Some experts believe cannabis prevents plaque build-up associated with the condition.

Can Cannabis Help with Menopause?

A closer look at how the endocannabinoid system helps heal the body.

Why Synthetic Cannabinoids Can Be a Good Thing

Much-maligned synthetic marijuana can have a positive outcome, but it needs to be regulated.

Blockchain Technology Can Build Trust in the Cannabis Industry

The technology is cryptographically secure and gives the consumer a level of confidence in CBD consumer products all along the supply chain.

Does CBD Have Anti-Aging Benefits?

Our bodies produce fewer cannabinoids as we age, but cannabis-derived supplements may keep us healthier.

Why CBD and Turmeric May Help with Inflammation

The combination has been used for centuries. Now brands are combining them in various forms for consumption.

This Is Proof We Need More University Research On Hemp

A pilot program of select universities has been a boon for hemp studies, but new government involvement may endanger needed research.

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