Missouri Women’s Cannabis Organization, JAINE, will host its first live event on Saturday, May 14. Jane in Bloom It will be a public community event providing education about the medical cannabis-plant and patient program in the state. The event will be held in downtown St. Louis, and will cost $5 to attend. JAINE members can attend for free.
At the community education event, JAINE members who are professionals and dealers in the medical cannabis industry in Missouri, will recruit about a dozen different education booths. Missouri cannabis products and dispensary brands will also be exhibitors on the site. About twenty stations will be on display at the exhibition. All attendees receive a free gift bag with branded merchandise, flyers, educational presentations, and complimentary snacks and refreshments.
Featured topics include education on drug interaction, methods of consumption, the endocannabinoid system, terpenes, CBD, THC, and sexual health. Attendees can also learn what a Certificate of Cannabis Product Analysis (COA) is, and why it is important. A professional will also detail eligible medical cases for Missouri’s Medical Marijuana Program and HIPAA-compliant medical marijuana certification processes.
Jane in Bloom It will be held at 301 Memorial Drive on Saturday 14 May from noon until 4 pm Cairo time. It was planned and presented by the JAINE Health and Wellness Committee. To register visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jaine-in-bloom-tickets-315020473717
JAINE was launched last year and is raised by the thriving community of women involved in creating and building Missouri’s medical marijuana program. Called, We JAINE, “it is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit business association, organized and managed by its members for its members. Its mission focuses on supporting, honoring, and educating women in an emerging industry by building alliances to advance a united voice through mentorship, empowerment, and communication.
For more information please contact: Cindy Cussidore, 314-302-1841, firstname.lastname@example.org