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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.
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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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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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Dysmenorrhea (painful periods), endometriosis, vaginal dryness and other pelvic pains are common but still often dismissed, ignored or improperly treated.
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After my endometriosis diagnosis, I never knew one of the symptoms would be painful sex. When I was younger, it used to be so easy – my biggest concern was getting pregnant. I thought I had gotten through all the female reproductive barriers after nine gynecological surgeries.