The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authorities shared that as of the end of 2018, more than 33,000 patient applications were received, along with more than 2,700 business applications. Members of The American Women’s Cannabis Society embrace this growth and are working to educate patients and entrepreneurs about how to safely and effectively use this popular plant as medicine. The organization is also working to connect local business owners, professionals and pioneers in Oklahoma City and beyond.
“As I’ve visited dispensaries around the state, I’ve heard many patients ask questions, such as, ‘What do I buy?’, ‘How will I feel?’ and ‘What tools do I need?’ We intend to bring classes from beginners to advanced learners on subjects such as delivery methods, reading lab certs, parenting classes, and legal and compliance courses for affordable pricing,” explains Co-Founder of Ounce Magazine and supporter of American Women’s Cannabis Society Courtney Boze.
The society will participate in the Green Grow Expo on March 2 and 3 at the Oklahoma City State Fairgrounds. This large-scale event is designed for public education, expert-led canna classes, as well as broad exposure for cannabidiol products, hemp, medical marijuana and related brands, entrepreneurs and businesses.
For more information, visit uswcs.com or GreenGrowExpo.com.