The founder of the Upward Cannabis Kitchen, Carlton has a passion for crafting high quality cannabis products. Through the development of a tea based cannabis beverage line, Carlton was able to explore ancillary endocannabinoid modulators and the wide world of botanicals and brings this passion into their work as a cook, consultant, and caregiver. When not developing personalized formulations, Carlton helps their mother – Dr. Melanie Bone – with her cannabis wellness practice in South Florida. With the list time remaining, Carlton enjoys volunteering with a local Harm Reduction Group and making art and wonderful memories with friends.View the profile
Craig Sicinski is a community pharmacist with 20 years experience. As a cannabis clinician he has been working with patients looking for alternatives to the allopathic medicine model. He is owner and operator of Orlando Pharmacy in Orlando, FL. Orlando Pharmacy has been serving the Orlando community for over 60 years and is a registered Veteran Owned Small Business. Craig also serves as a Board Advisor with BioHealth Technology an AI platform-as-a-service company specializing in Hemp products.View the profile
CBD research, Cannabis Activist, Instructional Designer and reseacher w 50+ years in cannabis spacesView the profile
Loren DeVito, PhD is a scientific communications specialist with expertise in cannabis science and medicine. She completed her bachelors degree from Cornell University in psychology/cognitive science and received her masters and PhD from Boston University in behavioral neuroscience.Since her academic training, Loren has worked in the medical communications field as a writer and strategist. She is also a science journalist who has been published by Scientific American and Medical News Today, among others.As a scientist and patient, Loren has long been interested in cannabis medicine. A few years ago, she began writing about cannabis and has been published by several different magazines, including Ganjapreneur, Labroots, and Prohbtd. She has also consulted for Strainprint, the leading medical cannabis data company.Loren is a staff writer for MACE Media Group publications, which include Terpenes & Testing, Extraction Magazine, CBD Health & Wellness, and Topical Magazine. She was also recently appointed as Peer Review Board Co-Chair for The Journal of Cannabinoid Medicine.Loren is committed to communicating evidence-based information about cannabis science and medicine.View the profile
About the talk
CBD continues to enjoy a long run of swelling fame. In fact, it’s nearly impossible to leave your house lately without running into a few stores that carry some form of this cannabinoid. But, as more and more people start using these products, issues surrounding safety keep popping up in the news. While some studies have exaggerated some of these concerns, there are a few considerations that patients and CBD users should take into consideration. A liver enzyme called cytochrome p450 breaks down CBD, as well as many other types of medications. So it’s important to discuss CBD use with your doctor to avoid or reduce risk of potential side effects caused by concomitant use.
04:50 What do we know about CBD?
07:55 CBD is safe
17:45 Make consumers trust
37:50 End of cannabinoid system
38:44 Final thoughts
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I specialize in intestinal cancer as well as inflammatory bowel disease eye Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis and I've been incorporating cannabis therapy into our patient protocols for about seven years New York State and started their medical cannabis program in January 2016, but prior to that. I've been counseling patients on cannabinoid therapy because they were one as they were using it somewhere using it illegally some were using CBD. Some people are going to Colorado and coming back until it really kind of just blew up and then
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