Cannabis News for Florda
Cannabis Helped Chronic Pain – Traditional Medicine Didn’t
One minute in September 2016 it is a typical end-of-the-day drive home for Brittany Lengyel, a 20-something year old driving home from her nanny job. The next moment there is a crash, her car flipped, and she was rescued from under the water. Her life was altered for the... Read more
Cannabis Spotlight: Chloe Villano
Chloe Villano, President & Founder Clover Leaf University Executive Director Cannabis Business Association® What benefits do you see for patients throughout Florida within this space? Florida is a community of older people — a place where people can go to retire in the nice weather of the tropics. As... Read more
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Nikki Fried Sets First Priorities as Florida’s New Agriculture Commissioner
As an attorney and legal consultant, Nikki Fried fought for the rights of sick patients who could benefit from medical marijuana, as well as the needs of foster children and their families. In her new role as Florida’s agriculture commissioner, she will be representing the interests of every single... Read more
South Florida Pediatric Physician Helps Children with Complex Medical Diseases
As a board-certified pediatric intensive care physician, Eric Exelbert, M.D., specializes in complex medical cases in which patients do not respond to traditional treatments. “There’s nothing I have not seen in the last 20 years of my life as an intensive care physician,” says Dr. Exelbert, founder of ExAlt... Read more
From Cannabis Patient to Advocate and CEO
When her family moved from Iceland to the United States Lisa Comer assimilated into a new country, lifestyle and, unfortunately, multiple health problems. Over the years she was misdiagnosed and treated with multiple pharmaceuticals for a variety of issues without positive health results. She felt accused and admonished for... Read more
Autism and the Endocannabinoid System – Part 1
By Joseph Rosado, MD, MBA Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability that can cause significant social, communication and behavioral challenges. The learning, thinking, and problem-solving abilities of people with ASD can range from gifted to severely challenged. A diagnosis of ASD now includes several conditions that used... Read more
A Ray of Hope: How One Florida Girl Inspired Florida’s Medical Marijuana Bill
By Daniel Casciato RayAnn Moseley was born with epileptic seizures. Nearly every day since birth, she’s had multiple seizures—some severe and some not so severe. “Everything we were doing seemed to have negative side effects, including increased seizures,” says her mother Holley, a registered nurse. “It got to the... Read more
Integrative Wellness for the Entire Family
No matter our age or gender or ethnicity we may find ourselves facing the following health dilemmas. Are you seeking pain control, hormone therapy, weight loss, stress reduction, improved circulation, vaginal rejuvenation or erectile dysfunction assistance? How do you choose your doctor? How do you choose what to treat... Read more
Women Seeking Entrepreneurship in Booming Cannabis Industry Descend Into Las Vegas for Women of Cannabis Conference
Las Vegas, NV — 10/31/2018 –According to a survey by a cannabis industry association, women accounted for 36 percent of leadership positions in the cannabis business. In 2017, that number dropped to 26 percent and signs are it will continue to decline. While women have a higher representation in... Read more