There are some weed YouTubers who have managed to make reliable and steady cannabis content.

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annabis is a growing industry and, as such, there’s a lot of content available on the internet. Weed enthusiasts have come up with websites, Instagram pages and Twitter accounts, all looking to find new and creative ways of engaging with marijuana. YouTube is a different matter entirely.

As a platform for monetization, YouTube is a challenging space for many different creators. In order to develop a following and make a profit, YouTubers need to find ways to avoid triggering the site’s filters, which are meant to keep harmful content off the web.

YouTube has been called out for blocking the content of LGBTQ creators and other subjects that might be deemed inappropriate. When talking about weed, the channels out there are facing a complex battle against censors and viewers who consider their content inappropriate.

Here are four cannabis YouTube channels to keep an eye on.

Strain Central

Strain Central is a YouTube channel developed to educate people about cannabis and breaking outdated stereotypes. The program host differentiates himself from the rest by discussing his personal experiences with drugs and educating others on how to take tolerance breaks.

Jorge Cervantes

Jorge Cervantes is another online presence who has published books and content on how to plant and grow weed efficiently. Cervantes has published all sorts of articles on different websites. His videos are a digestible way of consuming complex content that can be hard to access for newbies.

Erick Khan

Erick Khan is one of the most informal YouTubers out there, and also one of the most consistent in terms of providing content. Khan has more than 48 million views and posts a variety of videos ranging from explaining the sudden vape illness that appeared last year to his personal smoke sessions, which people, for some reason, enjoy viewing.

Mr. Canucks Grow

Mr. Canucks Grow is a channel based in Canada, providing educational and entertaining content on how to save money while cultivating weed, growing it in awkward and dark spaces or open fields, and more.

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Four weed YouTube channels worth watching