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Dear Beloved Community,

Welcome to Turquoise Mountains, where the journey is intertwined with the vibrant tapestry of our cultura, our resilience, and our collective commitment to change. With its beginnings seeded in the heart of Austin, Texas, we stand as a beacon of empowerment and solidarity, where every step forward is a testament to the strength and spirit of our mujeres and allies. As a Latina & Indigenous Owned company, we stand at the forefront of a movement to reshape perceptions and break down barriers surrounding cannabis, particularly within the BIPOC and Latinx communities.


At Turquoise Mountains, we don't just sell products; we cultivate experiences. Our commitment to excellence is matched only by our dedication to inclusivity and accessibility. From our meticulously curated selection of premium, full spectrum hemp-derived cannabis goods to our unwavering support for local artisans, every aspect of our operation is infused with purpose and integrity.


Since 2020, we've led the change for mujeres embracing their cultura, redefining their identities, and attracting intergenerational healing while destigmatizing cannabis. We've served as a bridge connecting grassroots arts, Chicanismo, and the ingenuity of our community, creating safe and sacred spaces where stories once silenced are now celebrated.


As you explore our offerings, know that each purchase you make is a tangible expression of support for a vision of inclusivity and empowerment. Together, we are rewriting the narrative of cannabis culture, one step, one product, and one voice at a time.

With Much Gratitude,

Milinda Hernandez

Owner, Turquoise Mountains




It is a fact that women entrepreneurs are carving out their space in the global landscape with unprecedented fervor. By aligning with Turquoise Mountains, you're not just engaging with a Woman-Owned business; you're investing in a small yet mighty force dedicated to championing equality in an industry where women, especially those from BIPOC and Latin backgrounds, remain largely underrepresented. The strides we make today are illuminated by the struggles and triumphs of the women who came before us, women who may not have had access to the same opportunities that we now cherish. That's why our presence in spaces where representation is lacking is not just important—it's imperative.

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