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Cultivating Spirits hosts seminars to inform and educate the public about the benefits and healing properties of cannabis and to answer questions regarding treatment and administration of cannabis to patients. We do these events to answer questions from the general public and to help create an overall awareness as to the responsible side of cannabis consumption.
The panels are led by the founder and CEO of Cultivating Spirits, Philip Wolf. Cultivating Sprits also hosts various cannabis industry experts and professionals each month. Guest speakers are available to answer questions, offer facts and statistics, and dissolve any uncertainties or concerns that anyone may have.
It’s free to attend these sessions. Food and drinks are provided by Cultivating Spirits.
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Originally posted on the Summit County Daily by Alli Langley
For Dr. David Gray, using marijuana as medicine comes down to a matter of time.
The plant that has treated injuries and illnesses for thousands of years was banned only about 80 years ago, and now it’s moving toward more widespread legalization, said the Breckenridge-based emergency physician who makes house calls through Summit County treating altitude sickness.
Gray was one of a dozen people, mostly middle-aged and older, who attended a panel discussion on medical marijuana Monday, Nov. 10, at Elevate CoSpace in Frisco. The event was hosted by Philip Wolf, founder of local cannabis educational tour company Cultivating Spirits.
The panel’s three speakers were a doctor who prescribes cannabis, a dispensary owner and a culinarian who writes about cooking with marijuana and using it medicinally.