Join the medical cannabis community for the Cannabis Health Summit, provided to the world for free by Green Flower. Register now for this online event, 9am-5pm on January 23rd-24th. Cannabis Reports will be providing live coverage and updates through our blog and social media channels.
Accurate cannabis information will be the foundation of a legitimized cannabis community. The problem in recent years has been the fragmentation of cannabis knowledge. To combat disparate cannabis information, Green Flower is providing the community with an opportunity to hear from twenty medical experts from a single online source, all for free.
The virtual Cannabis Health Summit, presented by Green Flower, will be the first medical cannabis event accessible across the country. It is a powerful thing when medical cannabis experts can speak to an audience that is not bound to a single geographical location.
What is even more important is that the Cannabis Health Summit is free to watch from the comfort of your home, which eliminates many of the obstacles that would keep people from participating.
The Cannabis Health Summit takes place on the weekend of January 23rd and 24th, and all that you need to do is register for free at GreenFlowerMedia.com.
The First Virtual Online Health Summit Just for Cannabis
Federal law says that there is absolutely no medical benefit associated with cannabis therapy. The majority of the American population has been hearing this statement as fact for their entire lives. Yet cannabis has recently become a household conversation, with most major news outlet featuring cannabis news regularly.
Certain cultural movements, like the Great CBD Migration, have put immense public pressure on policymakers to reconsider the medical potentials of cannabis. But at the end of the day, we all keep hearing the same story: “There just is not enough evidence to support medical cannabis.”
As frustrating as this may be, it is up to the cannabis community to mend the negative perceptions with factual evidence. For the Cannabis Health Summit, Green Flower has assembled some incredible figures of authority from the realm of medical cannabis.
Many of these individuals have devoted their lives to cannabis science and healing, and see the positive value that Green Flower’s event stands to bring by hosting the Cannabis Health Summit.
Some of the Featured Speakers
Uwe Blesching is the author of the Cannabis Health Index, a compilation of cannabis science and mind-body medicine in relation to over 100 serious conditions and chronic symptoms. Cannabis Reports is working closely with Uwe Blesching to make the data that is available in the Cannabis Health Index also available through our open API.
Martin Lee is the author of Smoke Signals and the Director of Project CBD. Mr. Lee is a major proponent of the cannabinoid synergy available from whole plant extracts and specific cannabinoid ratios. You can read the Cannabis Reports interview of Mr. Lee in our Positive Education article.
Alison Ettel is the founder of TreatWell, a cannabis company that produces cannabis tinctures for both people and their pets. Ettel has designed the TreatWell line to be approachable for those not yet familiar with cannabis. Each tincture has a specific cannabinoid ratio designed to give patients a product that can be dosed to their specific therapeutic window. Ettel was a major contributor to our article Cannabis Therapy for Your Pets.
Donald Land is the Chief Scientific Consultatnt of Steep Hill Labs, a testing facility headquartered in Berkeley, CA. Land has helped develop some of the most advanced processes for cannabis analysis, and much of his recent work has been devoted to the health transparency of tested cannabis products.
Steve DeAngelo is the founder of Harborside Health Center in Oakland, CA. DeAngelo opened Harborside in 2006, and it has since grown to become the leading example of legalized cannabis retail. DeAngelo recently published The Cannabis Manifesto, a look at his experience with and the history of the cannabis community.
Some of the other great experts speaking at the event:
- Dr. Sunil Aggarwal: Physician and Scientist
- Joel Stanley: CW Botanicals
- Dr. Gregory Smith: Medical Cannabis for Health Care Providers
- Deborah Malka: MD, PhD
- Dr. Jordan Tishler: Inhale MD
- Heather Jackson: Realm of Caring
- Dr. Dustin Sulak: Healer.com
- Mara Gordon: Aunt Zelda’s
- Dr. Bonni Goldstein: Canna-Centers
- Constance Finley: Constance Therapeutics
- Bryan Krumm: CNP, PTSD Expert
- Nurse Heather: Cannabis Nurses
- Mary Lynn Mathre: Patients Out of Time
- Seibo Shen: VapeXhale
Expanding Cannabis Information and Making It Accessible
Many states already have cannabis legislation enacted in some capacity, although many are limited only to the non-psychoactive cannabinoid CBD (cannabidiol). However, science has shown that the medical efficacy of a single cannabinoid will plateau, and that full-spectrum extracts provide a synergistic effect that continues even as dosage is increased.
Unfortunately, this clinical information is not yet widespread enough to be considered in regions that are generally opposed to cannabis, and therefore it is rarely an issue on the minds of policymakers.
By putting the Cannabis Health Summit online and making it freely available for people all around the country (and world), Green Flower is changing the way that our community interacts with those who may not be fully comfortable with the idea of mainstream cannabis. For cannabis to truly break free from prohibition, cannabis needs to be understood and accepted by the masses, regardless of whether they use it or not.
Cannabis Reports and Green Flower
Cannabis Reports is proud to be a supporter of the Cannabis Health Summit. We feel that Green Flower is helping to improve the cannabis conversation by bringing together medical experts and distributing their knowledge to everyone without any barriers to access.
Cannabis Reports will be providing coverage throughout the weekend of the 23rd and 24th on our Facebook page, Twitter, and Instagram. We will be responding to questions regarding the cannabis discussion, as well as publishing daily recaps of the event on our blog.