There are about 10 well known terpenes in the cannabis world, even though there are over 200 found in cannabis. 200!!! One lesser known terpene is called ocimene, and this botanical booster is a terp doing work!
This week we will be keekeeying it up with the beautiful, driven, and beautifully driven Tangayika, CEO of Jayn Green and my new dental care product provider lol. I met her online, and was so amazed by her spirit and knowledge. Get that lunch warmed up, it's time to meet another queen in cannabis!
Last night, the voters spoke, and America listened! Michigan was granted Proposition 1, for recreational adult use of cannabis. Additionally, Missouri and Utah was granted legal medical use of cannabis.
Our bodies have different systems, like the digestive system or circulatory system. What your elementary schoolbooks may have missed was the ECS. Probably because it took up until 1964 for the system to be discovered (I think my school books were published before that. Damned public school system).
Meet Yolanda Goff, Founder and CEO of Vitality Consultant, Chief Creative Officer at Healthy Church People Wellness and Business Development Executive at HCPN Alliance. In addition to being an entrepreneur, she's a wellness educator, motivator, and business consultant. What I found so unique about Yolanda is her approach to cannabis in the religious community. Additionally, she is an advocate for more people of color to be have equity and decriminalization in medical cannabis.
Meet caryophyllene, the terpene so serene lol! The scientific name is beta-caryophyllene, so let's call it BCP for time's sake. BCP is an amazing terpene, for one because it doubles as a cannabinoid and two, it's the only terpene found in ALL strains of cannabis. Matter of fact, it's the terpene that drug-sniffing K-9 dogs are trained to sniff out, stay woke!
If you live or will be in Chicago during the month of August, my wonderful team at Mission IL medical cannabis dispensary and the Chicago Public Library are hosting free sessions about medical cannabis. AND we assist with getting your medical card!
Meet Annamaria Enenajor, a partner with Ruby Shiller & Enenajor, Barristers in Toronto, Canada! Her firm's focus is civil law, criminal defense, and constitutional law. What caught my attention were her opinions on the drastic changes to Toronto drug laws in this great Viceland article about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's new marijuana bill.
Today we celebrate these concentrates, and the most popular form of consumption is know as dabbing! Go on, do the dance. I’ll wait lol
If you're in Chicago, come meet me and enjoy a free informational on medical cannabis!