Cannabis as Medicine: A herbal Primer (Intro)

Apr 26/18 @ 7-9pm
Calgary AB • hosted by The Light Cellar

This talk will focus on a broad overview of the therapeutic benefits of cannabis, including its strengths and limitations. We will start with an introduction to the humble cannabis plant and learn a little about its once ubiquitous place in day-to-day life. We will review medical conditions that can be helped by cannabis, and be introduced to various intake methods, dosing and strain selection.  (Click here to read the workshop details.)

 

Intro to Cannabis Medicine

May 4, 2018 @ 7-9pm
Williams Lake, BC • Hosted by Lodgepole school

This talk will focus on a broad overview of the therapeutic benefits of cannabis, including its strengths and limitations. We will start with an introduction to the humble cannabis plant and learn a little about its once ubiquitous place in day-to-day life. We will review medical conditions that can be helped by cannabis, and be introduced to various intake methods, dosing and strain selection. (Click here to read the workshop details.)

For info about registration contact Tory or Terri Ann in Williams Lake:

Torey: 
p. 250.302.1889
e. toreynorth@gmail.com

Terri Ann:
p. 250.584.4050
e. tedz62@hotmail.com

 

Cannabis Medicine for Herbalists (Certificate) 

May 5/18 @ 10am - 4:30pm
WILLIAMS LAKE, BC • hosted by lodgepole school

This ground breaking workshop provides sound, practical general knowledge on the safe and effective use of Cannabis Medicine to treat a wide variety of health issues. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to discern cannabis facts from fiction, and speak knowledgeably about the how to safely use cannabis to manage various health symptoms. (Click here to read the workshop details.)

For more info contact Tory or Terri Ann in Williams Lake:

Torey: 
p. 250.302.1889
e. toreynorth@gmail.com

Terri Ann:
p. 250.584.4050
e. tedz62@hotmail.com

 

Cannabis Dosing: How to get it right 

Jun 1-3/18 @ TBA
winlaw, bc • hosted by kootenay herb conference

Cannabis is an extremely versatile plant medicine, however because of that versatility, finding the right dosage is more of an art than an exact science. A dosage that works wonders for one person can be extremely uncomfortable for someone else with similar health challenges. This workshop discusses the multi-dimensional aspects to cannabis dosing and lays out best practices for helping your clients get it right. 

 

Advising Clients on the Use of Cannabis As Medicine

Jul 20-22/18 @ TBA
Pigeon Lake, AB • hosted by alberta herb gathering

Cannabis is unique as a plant medicine, both for its potential for psycho-activity and its popularity as a recreational drug. As Cannabis finally takes its rightful place as a therapeutic agent that can help with a variety of ailments, Herbalists are being looked to as experts on this complex medication. This workshop will look at specific areas where Cannabis medicine excels and where we need to exercise caution. 

Managing Histamine Intolerance

Jul 20-22/18 @ TBA
Pigeon Lake, AB • hosted by alberta herb gathering

Referred to as ‘histamine intolerance’, the symptoms of histamine spill-over are seemingly random and often debilitating. The most common symptoms are sneezing, congestion, red itchy eyes, itchy throat and ears, but there are other issues that can happen throughout the body that you may not realize are related to histamine spill-over. This workshop will teach you how to recognize, manage, treat and prevent histamine intolerance in yourself and your clients and is appropriate for anyone who suffers from seasonal allergies or chemical sensitivities, and for all health care practitioners who want to be able to advise their clients on how to manage this annoying condition.

 

 

 

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If you would like Jeananne to teach a workshop or give a wellness talk for your community, contact us. 

 

Classroom image above was taken by Emily Kogan-Young @moonriseherbals at the beautiful Vallican Whole Community Centre in the Slocan Valley, BC. Jan 2018. Used with permission.