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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Felicia Accomazzo and Elle Yung on the upcoming Elevated Cannabis Compliance Conference,  broadcast on 4/11/16, has been uploaded to the web archives.


Featuring Guests:

1. Felicia Accomazzo  ,  Co-Producer, Elevated Cannabis Compliance Conference and Cannabis Treatment Patient

2.  Elle Yung, Co-Producer, Elevated Cannabis Compliance Conference, and Markeiting Director, Mercy Wellness in Cotati, CA


Guest 1. Felicia Accomazzo shares her journey with cannabis first as a casual smoker for relaxation then a few years later as a patient.  3 years ago at the age of 30 she was found to have a rare brain tumor and she decided to treat herself with cannabis extracts while being monitored by her neurologist. The California Compassionate Use Act of 1996 made it legal in the state to use cannabis for medical purposes. The latest scans have pleased the neurologist because of the shrinkage of the tumor.  Felicia with her organizational skills and healing passion has now teamed up with Mercy Wellness in producing the Elevated CCC conference this weekend, April 16-17 in Rohnert Park, CA.

Guest 2.  Elle Yung shares her journey with cannabis and the concern of dispensaries and patients and growers over the legal requlations that have recently been legislated in California and signed by the Governor into law as the  Medical Marijuana Regulations & Safety Act (MMRSA).  The new law came almost 20  years after the Compassionate Use Act was voted into law by California citizens. What started as a seed dream of the folks at Mercy Wellness developed rapidly into a well-responded project that attracted speakers of of educational value to all involved, including Assemblyman Jim Woods, who authored one of the 3 bills combined in MMRSA, and Lynnette Shaw, who opened the very first licensed California dispensary in 1997 and was recently vindicated in a federal appelate court decision..

Guest Link: http://elevatedccc.com/

Elevated Cannabis Compliance Conference

Music Selections: Doesn’t Make Sense  by  The Killin’ Time Band (on YouTube)