Dr. Ohonba is a clinical pharmacist registered in Florida and Texas. She graduated with honors from Texas Southern University with a major in biology and a minor in chemistry. Popularly known as Dr. O, she later attended Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, where she obtained her Doctor of Pharmacy degree. She worked for several years as a staff pharmacist for a major retail pharmacy chain. After many years of direct patient care, Dr. O transitioned to one of the top Fortune 500 companies where she served as a clinical pharmacist in charge of prior authorization, appeals, and grievances for Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial clients. She is a certified medical marijuana professional who is committed to educating people about the usefulness of hemp-derived CBD and medical cannabis.View the profile
Experienced Chief Executive Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the health wellness industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Management, Startup Development and Risk Management. Strong business development professional and prior service Navy Veteran.View the profile
Michael Flemmens, a scientist with over 20 years of product development and technical support experience, drives key research projects and provides leadership in the medical space for SōRSE. Prior to SōRSE, he served as Director of Corporate Technology Development for Secant Group, LLC, a leader in next-generation biomaterials, structures, and medical textiles that enable restoration of the human body. Michael has worked on a patented new cancer treatment, had a Type IV Drug Master File approved by the FDA, and received JECFA approval for a new food ingredient. He also designed the build-out of seven novel manufacturing lines and has held multiple government contracts for novel security products.View the profile
Owner of the CBD & Cannabis Professional Business Network, the largest hemp group on LinkedIn.View the profile
About the talk
For some time, terpenes were considered waste molecules leftover after extracting CBD. Those times were short-lived, however, since there is an abundant wealth of scientific literature demonstrating the medicinal merit of terpenes like beta-caryophyllene, linalool, bisabolol, nerolidol, and more. For example, nerolidol and linalool are useful in treating anxiety, whereas beta-caryophyllene is useful in relieving pain. While some patients may benefit from more one-dimensional CBD products like isolate, the terpenes native to the plant can help augment the benefits of the extracted cannabinoid(s). This panel will discuss the importance of terpenes, and how adding these precious little molecules back into CBD oils can differentiate a product to have a defined medical purpose.
05:10 What to look for?
14:24 Whole plant
20:50 Keeping balance
25:06 What really matters
35:27 Specific effects
40:09 Great market
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