Constance Finley will be giving a main stage presentation about “Not all Cannabis is Created Equal: The Importance of Selecting Terroir-Driven, High-Quality Cannabis” at UNIFY FEST 2016 in Santa Fe, NM!
Constance Finley, founder and CEO of Constance Therapeutics, was inspired by her own personal experience with serious illness. After nearly dying from the medication prescribed to help alleviate pain and inflammation caused by a rare autoimmune disease, Finley turned to medical cannabis for relief.
She quickly became fascinated with the science behind the medicinal benefits of cannabis and immersed herself in all the information and research available. Based on her research, Finley became determined to make cannabis therapeutics that incorporated all the naturally occurring cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids in cannabis, and would be safe for those with compromised immune systems.
Constance Therapeutics works alongside healthcare professionals to provide patients with the best possible treatment options, including high-quality, flower-based cannabis therapeutics developed through a stringent, science-informed and patent-pending oil extraction method. Finley continues to strive to make changes in the medical cannabis industry and enlighten the world on the benefits of whole medicine.
We’re aware of the benefits of eating organic, sustainably grown food – helping to protect the environment, supporting sustainable farming practices, reducing your exposure to potentially harmful chemicals. But if you’ve turned to medical cannabis, and you don’t know where or how that cannabis is grown or produced, you may be doing more harm than good.
In this presentation, Constance Finley of Constance Therapeutics will explain why it is so important to know where your cannabis comes from, and even more important to know how your cannabis products are being made from the raw materials to the production process to the final product. She’ll discuss the downsides of poor quality cannabis and related paraphernalia, the important questions to ask and what to look for when selecting your cannabis of choice. She’ll also address how terroir plays into cultivation – the impact that the environment has on the characteristics of a crop – because cannabis should be grown in a healthy, natural and loving environment, not a damp basement with lamps.
Like produce, all medical cannabis is not the same. Attendees will leave this presentation with the general know-how to select high-quality cannabis products, an understanding of the impact of cannabis on our bodies and the earth, and the necessary information to ensure you’re making the right choice for both your well-being and that of the planet.