Organic and rich in nutrients
Their products include organic tinctures, skin rubs, extracts, bath soaks, and even drops that can be taken orally. All of the products are rich in magnesium, iron, vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants.
Other ingredients in addition to sun grown cannibus include organic raw cacao butter, organic raw cacao powder, organic coconut oil, organic raw agave, sea salt, olive oil, avocado seed oil, apricot kernel oil, jojoba oil, beeswax, organic elderberries and more.
Where did the idea come from?
The idea for the product line came from Goldberg's own experience with painful menstrual cramps. She found that cannabis was the only thing that gave her relief. So, when she met Maya, the two women hit it off immediately and quickly decided launch a signature line of medical cannabis products.
Both women are glad to be a part of a company that offers medical relief for women. In addition, they are thrilled to be part of a multi-billion-dollar industry that lacks female and minority entrepreneurs.
For now, however, there products are only available to medical marijuana prescription-carrying California residents.
Learn more about their company by visiting www.whoopiandmaya.com
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