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January is about Cannabis and Self-Care

No matter what is happening politically, women are eager to learn more about cannabis - and we're here to provide the best and most relevant information for all of our specific needs.

Denver Gathering on June 7th

We’re excited to announce that both Aliza Sherman and Melissa Pierce, Ellementa co-founders, will be at the first Denver Gathering on Wednesday, June 7 at Postmodern!
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Where is Cannabis Legal?

Remember the 80s? That decade brought us Flashdance, Scrunchies and big hair, and the War on Drugs with the slogan “Just Say No.” Fast-forward to 2017, and state governments are revisiting their marijuana laws and realizing that the ancient…
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Essential Cannabis and CBD Book – Ellementa

“This book couldn’t have come out at a better time. Today is the day we need to be speaking openly about cannabis as medicine.” — Ricki Lake & Abby Epstein, Filmmakers, Weed the People
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Cannabis and Mental Health in Women

Women are turning to cannabinoids to help manage everything from hormonal emotional shifts to mood disorders and chronic anxiety -- and they’re finding it safer and more effective than the pharmaceuticals they used to take.
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My First Time Shopping at a Cannabis Dispensary

I'm the gal who only smoked "pot" once in a while in the 80s and 90s when a girlfriend had some. My dugout contained "herb" given to me by someone else. I never bought black market "weed." Today, I call "pot" Cannabis, and I buy my own…

Ellementa Launches New Cannabis Wellness Gatherings

We launched Ellementa last year to change the conversation around cannabis with a focus on the plant's medicinal benefits to remove stigma caused by decades of misinformation.

Her Canna Life: Dr. Junella Chin, MedLeafRx

I am an advocate for better understanding of the science and medicine of marijuana and have been profiled for my work in St. Jude’s Medical, Crain’s, Good Housekeeping, USA Today, and NBC TODAY. I teach medical students about the science behind cannabis in order to facilitate this conversation at the physicians-in-training level.
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Cannabis Suppositories: Sticking Weed Where?

Cannabis suppositories could be your ticket to relief. A major benefit of cannabis suppositories is their high absorption rate, either rectally or vaginally. Like other suppositories, inserting them into the body puts them closer to internal cellular walls so their contents enter the bloodstream quickly.

February: Let’s Talk About Sex & Cannabis

Ladies, it's that time. Time to talk about Sex and how Cannabis and CBD can enhance our sex lives. Whether pursuing solo or partnered pleasure, cannabis has been found to be a useful sexual aide, a relaxation tool, a stimulating addition to lubricants, and orgasm intensifier.