To those attuned to cannabis culture, it might seem like everyone already knows about the therapeutic wonders of weed. But that’s not really the case. There are still tons of people in the dark. The Flower Pot is sounding the alarm that weed, and all plant medicine for that matter, is not the enemy.
Rebecca Kershberg, founder of The Flower Pot, wants to normalize botanical remedies, and share the power of plant medicine with anyone who will listen. Her company is best described as a plant-themed boutique that’s fully stocked with every health and wellness product a la mode.
Specifically, The Flower Pot is a “curated marketplace specializing in tinctures, tonics, and salves, CBD remedies and botanical treats,” according to their website. The company, which has an online shop as well as a retail location in Los Angeles, offers all the self-care goodies one could dream of. Their product selection ranges from houseware, to beauty products, edibles, smokeables, and more. They carry popular brands like Boy Smells, Mary’s Jane and Moon Juice. The Flower Pot also has their very own line of wellness-inspired, contemporary collage art prints.
The Flower Pot carefully vets all of their products to ensure they provide the best natural remedies available. They offer all kinds of plant medicines from CBD to aromatherapy and even medicinal mushrooms. Everything in their inventory is ethically and sustainably produced, and they carry plenty of vegan options too.
Championing the Female Voice
In 2019, women accounted for nearly 37% of executive positions at cannabis companies. The national average of female c-suite execs is 21% for all companies nationwide, according to MJBizDaily. The Flower Pot champions the female voice in the industry.
The Flower Pot is a majority female-founded company. Not only do they have a female-led team, they are “centered around womxn’s needs,” according to their website. This includes advocating for the normalization of natural alternatives for women’s wellness, such as the use of botanical remedies for menstrual pain and menopause.
Kershberg and her team give female-founded companies a place to share their creations. “Women with women’s need in mind” make most of their products, their website explained.
The team behind The Flower Pot is passionate about providing a space for women to learn about their bodies and the natural ways to deal with everything that comes with having a uterus. For example, the company provides a wealth of women’s health information on their website. They cover topics like sexual health and female hormones.
They also spotlight female holistic healers through their “Healers Highlighted” series on their site. They’ve interviewed a sexologist, a crystal guardian, a naturopathic physician, and more “impressively informed humans [dedicated] to wellness,” they stated. These talks cover wellness tips, disconnecting from technology and business advice. So far, they have introduced nine different female healers from all corners of the alternative medicine and cannabis industries.
The Flower Pot stands proudly for female empowerment and natural healing. They won’t stop until all hear their message; it’s time to reveal the secrets of botanical medicine.