Ask the experts CBD/Cannabis

 

Amy Case King

Amy Case King is from Dallas Texas, who resides in Yucatan Mexico, she began her medical cannabis activism and therapeutic application 15 years ago to help her uncle, a Vietnam Veteran, who suffered from severe alcoholism, PTSD, COPD and a myriad of other physical ailments.

Amy is passionate about educating others on the medicinal uses of cannabis. She has extensively researched the historical use of cannabis, current scientific data of therapeutic applications, and regularly attends educational cannabinoid conferences around the world so that she can best serve those who seek her guidance in the application of cannabis to improve their health outcomes and goals.

She is very pleased to have recently completed the Holistic Cannabis Practitioner’s course in January 2018 and looks forward to helping you reach discover how to apply cannabis into your health regiment.

Amy is a cannabis policy lobbyist, human rights, and social equity advocate. Cannabis historian,
researcher and educator with an emphasis on International actions that improve the lives of chronically ill
patients and their families.
Serving as a nonpartisan educator and liaison to government entities helping balance the needs of patients,
physicians, companies, researchers, law enforcement, and the general public. Influencer of political and social
decisions by collecting information, analyzing potential policies, and making policy recommendations to
government officials.
Development of cannabis regulatory pathways in several states in the USA (Pennsylvania, Florida and Texas)
and Internationally (South Africa, Mexico, and the United Nations), establishing legal frameworks that provide
access for medical cannabis via certification programs while ensuring public safety, with a focus on supply chain
traceability.
CANNABIS & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: PAVING THE WAY FOR THE NEXT DECADE IN CANNABIS
AND HEMP POLICIES -RESEARCH CONTRIBUTOR / AUTHOR
Subtitled “Recommendations for the implementation of Cannabis policies aligned with
International Human Rights Standards, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and
the 2016 UNGASS outcome document”, this report explains how the reform of hemp and
cannabis policies can sustain or make harder – depending on the policy options chosen –
the attainment of the 2030 United Nations agenda for Sustainable Development.
THE CRIMSON DIGEST (VOL. 2), ANALYSIS OF THE 40TH AND 41ST ECDD REVIEWS OUTCOMES AND
THE INCB’S UPDATE ON CANNABIS
The report provides a basic analysis of the outcome of the review and recommendations of the WHO as
well as a brief overview of the International Narcotics Control Board’s 2019 update report on
Cannabis.
HOLISTIC CANNABIS PRACTITIONER
World Health Organization testimony – Expert Committee Drug Dependence November
2017, June 2018
United Nations – Commission of Narcotic Drugs testimony
March 2018, December 2018, March 2019
United Nations – Office of Drugs and Crime – testimony
December 2017
CAMPAIGN FOR COMPASSION
Introduction of SB1182 November 2013 Passage as ACT 16 April 19, 2015, with 17 initial
qualifying conditions including Autism, a first in any state program development

contact via email: Amy@wearerare.org

 


           Daisy Doo

Daisy’s Magic drops

It is an honor and privilege to introduce myself to you. My name is Daisy and I am a mother of three boys, stepmother to two more boys, one girl, and grandmother of fourteen.
I am a qualified Reiki Master and enjoy practicing distance healing, primarily to clients with cancer, complimenting their chosen treatment plan.
I have been advocating the benefits of CBD for the past five years and currently completing a further course in Medicinal Cannabis to become a Cannabis Practitioner. My belief is that eating clean, natural food is in itself medicinal and my passion for the medical benefits of cannabis has culminated in me.
I have witnessed incredible results in patients who suffer from a number of conditions including dementia, rare neurological disorders, cerebral palsy, chronic pain, spasms, spasticity, atrophy, digestive issues, insomnia,
Musculoskeletal
issues, ASD/ADHD, and more. Many of them have been able to relinquish their pain medications due to the results of regular CBD therapy.
My CBD products are high in strength and quality, all of which are laboratory-tested and certified. I offer a range of oils that can be used from birth and offer guidance on products and dosage tailored to each individual needs.
If you reside in the U.K. or Europe, please contact me for further information.
Sending Healing and Peace to all.
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Daisy Doo is more than forthcoming with information and support and has been very understanding throughout. Her wealth of knowledge behind the product and it’s benefits are awesome”
You can Contact Daisy Via Email: Daisy@wearerare.org