5 social media platforms that are cannabis friendly

Published Jun 20, 2019 10:04 a.m. ET
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Facebook has begun cracking down on its users who share too much cannabis related content, which has made it difficult for many people to find the information and connections that they need. Since the platform along with other major players like YouTube have announced that this decision will stand firm until marijuana legalization reaches the United States at the Federal level, a lot of people are searching for alternative options that might provide the same or perhaps even a more enhanced type of experience. Luckily, there are several places online where you can share your cannabis content without fear of deletion or some other repercussion, and to help you out we’ve compiled a list of the top five social media platforms of 2019 that are marijuana friendly.

1. Jadeo

Jadeo is one of the most successful new platforms thanks to their flawless integration of the benefits that are found scattered across all the other cannabis friendly platforms. Here users can share cannabis recipes, videos, articles, interviews, music, and personal updates. Choose a business or personal profile to give you a higher chance of interacting with others who might have what you’re seeking. Whether you just want to get the word out there as to the benefits of marijuana, are seeking business connections, or would like to learn yourself more about the plant itself, Jadeo has a little bit of something for everyone in a flawless bug free package that is easy to use, and just as addictive as Facebook.

2. Weedable

This platform is meant more for business specialists than it is for consumers who enjoy smoking marijuana, but either one can make a profile and connect with like-minded individuals from all over the world in a matter of minutes. Weedable makes it easy to browse hundreds of virtual online stores full of merchandise like rolling papers, bongs, vapes, dab rigs, and logo featured gear that can be ordered from anywhere in the world. The next step that has been announced for this marijuana friendly social media platform includes an exciting new app with hints towards faster and more efficient delivery of goods, so be sure to stay tuned for those updates.

3. Grasscity Forums

Cannabis culture topics and discussions have been taking place on this forum for many years now, and it has earned the title of the longest running marijuana friendly social media platform on the web. It all started as a basic chat log, where users could log on to share personal stories and experiences with growing, edibles recipes, strain information, legalization, and more. Nowadays, it has evolved into one of the most prominent platforms online to allow cannabis content including pictures, how to guides, and just about anything else that a consumer or grower might want to learn about the plant.


4. Weedtube

In the beginning, cannabis culture advocates and consumers were able to use YouTube to connect and share information among one another. Some YouTubers dedicated years of their lives to watching their subscriber’s list grow, only to wake up one morning to all of it deleted, and absolutely no recourse or options for getting it back. Though no one is certain why the online video platform decided to pull the rug out from underneath some of their most active users so close to legalization, this bold move forced the creation of something bigger, and many are saying even better. WeedTube runs on the same premise as YouTube, but with cannabis culture at the heart of most discussions and topics, it’s a place many stoners can feel right at home.

5. 420 Singles

This platform is dedicated to consumers who enjoy smoking marijuana and are seeking a soul mate who feels the same way too. Though at first glance, it has a Tinder based feel of a traditional dating app, there are other options including seeking a smoke buddy which can be used to find a great circle of people for a good party or smoking session. The whole idea came from a gentleman who was having difficulty finding a person who enjoyed or even approved of his smoking marijuana, and it turns out that he wasn’t the only one. With thousands of users now logged on with profiles seeking romance, a little fun, or some good green, this is one of the most interactive and unique cannabis friendly websites out there.

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