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ABOUT RELVA

ABOUT RELVA

RELVA is a black-owned luxury lifestyle and experience. As a premier health and wellness store, and its own cannabis brand located in D.C, we care about the authenticity and standard of the products and experience we provide.

RELVA (pronounced) “Helva” meaning grass in Portuguese. Our unique name selections symbolizes our focus on high-end indoor-grown exotic flower. Our name also illustrates our belief in using plants as a way for natural homeopathic healing.

Our mission is to only provide indoor crafted, exotic cannabis of the highest quality, paired with education, curation, and transparency. From pre-rolls and flower to tinctures, topicals, beverages, edibles, and so much more.

Our team of connoisseurs offer an unparalleled gifting experience, helping each customer understand the taste, feel, and benefits of each product.

Chase the taste of a true connoisseur – it’s a lifestyle.

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MEET OUR FOUNDER
MARCUS
A True Connoisseur

Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Marcus has held higher standards since day one.

His passion for the cannabis industry started when he made the move to California to pursue his love for the industry. He began working as a trimmer at a dispensary in Los Angeles and from there, honed his talents by learning how to grow and learning more about the cannabis industry and the recreational market. When moving back to D.C. he focused on indoor growing and started a delivery service. His over 12 years of experience in the cannabis industry led to eventually opening RELVA in December 2020 during the pandemic. 

It’s worth noting that this is an incredible feat, as Black cannabis entrepreneurs account for less than 2% of the nation’s marijuana businesses.

Your support not only means the world to us, but it also helps strengthen the case for more government support of Black-owned cannabis companies to reverse the devastating toll of the war on drugs and mass incarceration on minority communities.