There are so many cannabis events these days. Some focus on industry, some focus on entertainment, and others focus on any number of other niches/topics within the marijuana world. I don’t attend many events, mainly because I don’t like to travel. More often than not I wait for an event to be over, and then try to find video footage from it on YouTube and live vicariously through others with camera phones.
That’s why I was really excited to learn about an upcoming cannabis event that focuses on health and is going to be streamed live online. I don’t have to travel anywhere, I don’t even have to buy a ticket. The 1st Virtual Cannabis Health Summit is going to be streamed live for free. That’s right, free! That’s my favorite price!
The event is going to focus entirely on cannabis and health, which is a very popular topic these days. Probably the most common type of e-mail I receive is someone asking how cannabis can help their condition(s). I am by no means a doctor, so I usually send over what links I can find for their condition and tell them to take it with a grain of salt. Between now and January 23 (first day of the two day event), I will be directing people to this virtual summit.
The summit will involve 20+ top doctors, scientists, and leaders who are all experts on the topic of cannabis and wellness. Some of the topics of the summit will include:
Cancer and cannabis
PTSD and cannabis
Pain and cannabis
The truth about CBD
Cannabis for pets
Better dosing strategies
Healthier consumption methods
Understand the endocannabinoid system
I was diagnosed last year with arthritis in my foot, so I’m definitely interested to see if that topic is covered, and what the most up-to-date information is about how cannabis can help. I’m only 34 years old, and I take the diagnosis very seriously. Everyone knows someone that suffers from some type of ailment, and I’m sure if you are reading this it’s because you want to find out more about how cannabis can help your or someone you know’s condition.
Below is a video that the event’s organizers put together to describe the event: