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The Estrogen and Cannabis/CBD Connection
Scientists and doctors are noting that the chemical compounds in cannabis can affect women differently than men.

Why? Because of our estrogen. We need to be talking about this!

Join Ellementa CEO, Aliza Sherman, and Dr. Junella Chin to learn about the ways estrogen (or lack thereof) might modify the effects of cannabis and how you might need to change the way.

Get answers to these questions and more!

~~ How does estrogen come into play when women consume cannabis?

~~ What other hormones could affect how cannabis works?

~~ How can women change the way they consume cannabis to account for hormonal changes?

Ellementa is a community of women, like you, seeking better health and wellness through natural plant remedies.

We produce webinars and online events chock-full of information that can transform your life.

Oct 23, 2019 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Aliza Sherman
Author, CEO @Ellementa
Aliza Sherman is a web pioneer and author of 12 books. In 1995, she started the first woman-owned Internet company, Cybergrrl, Inc., and the first global Internet networking organization for women, Webgrrls International. Newsweek named her one of the “Top People Who Matter Most on the Internet” in 1995. In 2009, Fast Company called her one of the “Most Powerful Women in Technology.” Aliza’s early work on the Internet helped pave the way for today’s web industry. Today, she is CEO of Ellementa, Inc., an international network and resource for women interested in cannabis and CBD for health and wellness. Ellementa connects women to cannabis experts and quality cannabis-related products and services. Aliza’s other books include The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit; Social Media Engagement for Dummies; Mom, Incorporated, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Crowdsourcing and The Everything Blogging Book as well as two Cybergrrl books about the Internet for women.
Dr. June Chin
Osteopathic Physician @MedLeafRx
For over a decade, Dr. June Chin lived and practiced medicine in California, a state with legalized medical cannabis since 1996. In California, their integrative osteopathic clinic focused on children with intractable epilepsy, cancer, and autism. She has seen firsthand just how much medical cannabis can benefit patients. A Bronx native, who moved back to New York several years ago, Dr. Chin is now registered with the New York State Medical Cannabis Program. She is currently treating both children and adults in New York. Dr. Chin is a chronic pain survivor. Doctors suggested opiate pain medications, steroids, epidurals, and ultimately surgery to fuse the spine. As a result of her experience, Dr. Chin decided to dedicate her medical career in finding effective, integrative and holistic approaches to patient care. Dr. Chin is a frequent keynote speaker on the science and medicine of cannabis and has spoken at hospitals, conferences, and events all over the world.