Watch as Diane, one of the CanEx Seminar Series guest speakers, discusses JAMPRO and the 2014 Expo Jamaica trade exposition.
Damon Michaels was a featured speaker for our CanEx Seminar Series. He is amongst the higher-ups working with innovative cannabis technology as the lead of business development for Ebbu.
As explained on the company’s website, Ebbu is “where cannabis culture meets cannabis science.”
Ebbu takes the optimism surrounding the ever-growing cannabis industry to heart, representing cannabis culture as a unified people in search of contentment and looking towards the future of the herb as a welcome conduit for the betterment of society.
Countless studies and continuing research have yet to falter when proving the many advantages of cannabis and its abilities to improve health, stress levels, and overall wellbeing. Combine these good vibes with scientific examination and you’ve got a beautiful recipe that highlights the power of cannabis and the importance of positive experiences relating to the herb.
Whether you’re consuming cannabis for your health or personal reasons, your relationship with ganja should remain consistently pleasurable and effective without the concerns of dangerous risks. Ebbu acknowledges that each individual’s journey with cannabis is personal and no two experiences will ever be alike. Regardless of this fact, enjoyment and safety should be the common threads within the cannabis community.
Ebbu raises the bar for cannabis users, giving you a better idea of how you will feel previous to your cannabis session, aiding in the elimination of users being overwhelmed, or possibly disappointed, by the results of cannabis consumption. As cannabis technology continues to advance, Ebbu knows that the expectations for your cannabis experience should be just as high.
*Special thanks to Damon Michaels.
Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol is what most of us know simply as THC. Of the more than 60 cannabinoids in ganja, THC is most responsible for the feeling of being “high.”
Found in abundance in female cannabis flowers, THC is a chemical compound that is psychoactive, affecting the mind and body in various ways. It functions as pain and anxiety relief and can elevate your mood. Beyond feelings of euphoria, it can also contribute to an altered perception of time, short-term memory loss, and dry mouth.