Date(s) - 09/06/2017
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Hosted by Sinsemilla Seminars
Did you know that cannabis and its a roots can be made into a non-psychoactive topical application? This two hour seminar will teach you how make salves at home. Learn how custom make a topical application that works best for you. We will discuss the importance of picking strains and adding other organic herbs to get optimal results in making a one of a kind salve. Cannabis salves can be used to help alleviate arthritis, sore muscles, and many other ailments.
High Light Of Topics Covered:
* Laws in New England
* How to obtain cannabis safely
* Understanding strains ( cannabinoids, flavinoids and terpenes )
* Brief overview of the endocannabinoid system how topical applications work with our CB 2 receptors
* How to make salves with cannabis flower and roots
* Using other organic holistic herbs
* Homeopathic remedies and aromatherapy
* The importance of testing, packaging and storage
* Dosing and self tritration
Tickets can be purchased at the door or eventbrite.
General Admission is $65
Veterans Discount is $50
Seniors Discount is $50
Medical Marijuana Patients: $50
Discount for Two: Two tickets for $100
Early Bird Special only going until August 30th: $50
There are a limited number of seats, please plan accordingly.
This event is brought to you by Sinsemilla Seminars, Cannabis Consultants of CT, CannaHealth, and Women Grow CT
Instructor: Ellen Brown
Ellen Taylor Brown
Cannabis Advocate, Master Cultivator, Educator, U.S Veteran
Pro MAX Grow’s Educational Ambassador and Master Cultivator, Ellen Taylor Brown has mentored 100’s of cannabis growers throughout the U.S. over the last 10 years. Ellen’s extensive knowledge and first hand industry experience has made her a sought after cannabis expert. A veteran of the United States Air Force, Ellen was awarded the Air Combat Command – Nutritional Medicine Airman of the Year award in 2008.
As founder of Sinsemilla Seminars, Ellen Brown has taught thousands of students, patients and caregivers from all over the country in large classroom settings to freelance consulting in the marijuana industry for the last decade. Ellen’s educational outreach specializes in sustainable cannabis cultivation, best practices and how to create a multitude of cannabis by products from tinctures to edibles. A prominent advocate and educator, Ellen has spoken all over the world including the Northeastern Cannabis Institute, the Boston Freedom Rally and the High Times Jamaica Cannabis Cup, using her knowledge to inspire others to become their own best advocates.
Ellen uses her tremendous skillset to set up her students and clients for success in the cannabis industry. She continues to impart her years of wisdom and experience as a way to help create a much needed paradigm shift on a failing war on drugs. She believes that if we teach each other about the benefits of cannabis and hemp plant that we will be able to secure the plant’s safety for future generations. In an industry that is evolving, growing and thriving we need teachers and advocates who will empower and lead by example such as she has.