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How CBD can benefit entrepreneurs

Speakers include Lou Sagar, CEO of The Alchemist’s Kitchen & Plant Alchemy, and Zachary Clancy, Resident CBD Ambassador of The Alchemist’s Kitchen

CBD is emerging as a powerful ally for wellness – without the psychoactive effects of THC.

Pre-clinical and limited clinical evidence supports the use of CBD for its calming effect, and it is becoming a go-to supplement to relieve over-stimulation and anxiousness. However, despite its recent growth in popularity, CBD remains a relatively misunderstood substance in the world of natural plant medicines.

And unfortunately, there is a trove of misinformation on the internet that does little to help clarify the many issues curious individuals seem to have. Provided this, we will begin with a brief introduction on the 101’s of CBD, then jump into an open forum style discussion specifically regarding the ways in which CBD can be incorporated into one's daily wellness routine. Questions and participation is always welcome and encouraged!

Plant Alchemy will be bringing their high-quality CBD Products - formulated to maximize the medicinal benefits of non-psychoactive cannabinoid compounds, which range from treating stress, inflammation, and anxiety to staving off seizures. Plant Alchemy CBD is cultivated from organic flower grown outdoors right here in NY State, and extracted under careful stewardship to ensure that all non-psychoactive cannabinoid compounds are efficiently and safely formulated to maximize the medicinal benefits derived from the oils. There will be CBD-infused drinks from Sweet Reason, wine, beer, catered appetizers, as well as CBD available for purchase during the event.

More about our partners.

The Alchemist's Kitchen is dedicated to connecting you with the power of plants. They work with the finest herbalists who are producing high quality botanical medicines, herbal remedies, and whole plant beauty products. They celebrate artisanship, sustainability, and conscious living. They look to support the global need to increase plant diversity, and the sharing of ancient wisdom from indigenous cultures.

They believe strongly in the education and instruction on the use of all whole plant formulations and herbal remedies. They consider their suppliers part of our extended family, creating one chain of supply from seed to tincture. They work closely with teachers and botanical experts, many of whom are their suppliers, to educate and inform their community.

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