Pot Party hostess “lights up” the pages of The Philadelphia Inquire today.

Kristal Bush, 30-year-old founder of StayLyfted.co, hosts pop-up pot parties around Philadelphia every month. Profiled by her alma mater, Temple, in its “30 Under 30” alumnae magazine feature, Bush also refers patients to doctors including Michael McCoy on Germantown Avenue and Medicinally Jointed on Broad Street in Center City.

“I’m excited about the new [legalization] bill in the state. I host pop-ups at secret locations. It’s older, younger people. I encourage people to go get their medical marijuana cards for their treatment. If you have lupus or cancer, you can’t buy weed off the street, you need to go to a dispensary. You know what you’re getting and learn about the science” of cannabis. Her next party is Nov. 30, by invitation only from info@staylyfted.co.

A Wynnefield resident, Bush also works with local start-ups to market and “compete with the high-end companies such as Cresco.” Prices start at $400 for a package to incorporate and create a logo.

Excerpts from The Philadelphia Inquire article “Women of Weed Rise High In Philly” by by Sam Wood and Erin Arvedlund, Updated: October 30, 2019- 5:00 AM

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