Women, Cannabis and Pain
It's certainly time to get educated and empowered around the use of cannabis. My friend and local cannabis educator Laurie Light will be bringing cannabis experts into discussion at my house on Sunday, June 24th. I'm so excited to learn! Want to join us?
We'll be making room for 30 guests.
Ellementa SF East Bay: Women, Cannabis and Pain Relief
Join Ellementa and our panel of special guests as part of our monthly educational series for women to learn about cannabis in the SF East Bay.
This month, we dive into the topic of pain. We’ll focus on how cannabis can help women with painful menstrual cycles, menopausal/post-menopausal discomfort, chronic age-related pain, neuropathic pain and post-athletic recovery pain.
With an abundance of CBD and low dose THC products available in CA, come listen & learn how to get started with using cannabis for your health and wellness, rather than intoxication.
Address to be provided upon registration. This event is happening in Walnut Creek.
Ellementa meets monthly to bring women together with experts and brands to learn about cannabis for health, wellness, self-care and caregiving. This is a non-consumption, educational event for women/female-identified exclusively. We create welcoming spaces where women can come together to speak openly about cannabis.
SPECIAL GUESTS …
Didi Davis, CEO of Sweet ReLeaf, will introduce you to Sweet Relief's deeply soothing creams that deliver effective relief from inflammation, chronic pain, post-surgery pain, cramps, arthritis, cramps, shingles – you name it! These non-psychoactive body butters are great for first time cannabis consumers.
Erin Gore, CEO of Garden Society, will highlight Garden Society's low dose, luscious, milk chocolate cannabis-infused Bliss Blossom edibles, designed to achieve pain-free living with very few psychoactive side effects.
Tiffany Kelly, Cofounder of Marygold Delivery, will share with you some of her customer’s testimonials related to pain, and tell you how you can get high quality cannabis products delivered discretely to your doorstep in Contra Costa County. (Please check your local city ordinance to see if cannabis delivery is an option where you live.)
The afternoon’s discussion will be led by Ellementa East Bay Organizer Laurie Light.
Laurie Light, Cofounder of Octavia Wellness, a senior-focused cannabis business, and SF Bay Area Lead for Ellementa. Laurie is a brand ambassador for local, women-owned cannabis businesses and can help you make cannabis product selections, as well as give dosing suggestions and help you learn about the various methods of consumption. She works as a one-on-one consultant with baby boomers, seniors and “canna-curious” adult women of all ages. Laurie is working hard to manifest her dream of owing a medical and adult-use, community-centered cannabis retail store in Contra Costa County with her husband.