You deserve to feel centered, healthy and heard. Come share wisdom and experiences with other women and learn from trusted experts. We’ll explore why cannabis and CBD are so compatible with the human body and how cannabis has been used to enhance women’s health for centuries.
Come away from this event inspired and ready to transform your life. This month, we’ll talk about all of this plus cannabis and women’s emotional health. We are looking forward to seeing you.
This month, Kait welcomes Chanel White of Wikileaf and Melissa Heldreth of Panacea Plant Sciences to discuss cannabis and emotions. They’ll talk about the science of why cannabis affects our moods and draw from their own experiences using cannabis as a mood modulator.
Ellementa meets monthly to bring women together with experts and brands to learn about cannabis for health, wellness, self-care and caregiving. This is a non-consumption, educational event for women/female-identified exclusively. We create welcoming spaces where women can come together to speak openly about cannabis.
Chanel White, Wikileaf
Chanel White is a seasoned content developer with mediums ranging from social media and nonprofit groups, to popular news outlets such as The Huffington Post. With a background in early education, medicinal cannabis consultation, and motivational speaking, she fosters comprehensive education and meaningful conversation in all she does. Chanel currently directs client relations at Wikileaf; generating positive communication and company preference through proficient, knowledgeable interactions. Chanel’s cannabis consumption began while struggling with severe nausea induced by chemotherapy in 2016. She has worked tirelessly to erase the heavy stigma surrounding cannabis and bring recognition to its incredible medicinal properties.
Melissa Heldreth, Panacea Plant Sciences
Melissa Heldreth is the co-founder and COO of Panacea Plant Sciences, a cannabis research company working to expand knowledge and access to natural cures for modern day problems. She has been a medical cannabis patient for nearly a decade. Her experience with cannabis has led to a love of terpenes and eventually a full dive into plant medicine expertise.
The evening’s discussion will be led by, Ellementa Organizer Kait Heacock.
Kait Heacock builds community around literature, women, and now cannabis. She is a book publicist for independent feminist publishing house Dottir Press, the Seattle event organizer for the cannabis wellness organization Ellementa, and the Pacific Northwest editor for Joyland Magazine. Her debut short story collection, Siblings and Other Disappointments, is available now.
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ABOUT ELLEMENTA GATHERINGS:
Ellementa Gatherings are non-consumption events. Ellementa does not condone consumption of cannabis on the premises of Gatherings. Everyone attending this event or other Ellementa events confirm they are 21 years of age or over and fully responsible for their own actions. If consumption does take place at the event or any product is obtained at the event that is consumed after, attendees consume at their own risk and fully indemnify Ellementa, Inc. and its stakeholders from any responsibility.