Women Will Drive Cannabis Legalization and Acceptance

“Herb Caine” attended a recent Women Grow event in San Francisco celebrating the organization’s Bay Area chapter’s first anniversary.  Caine discusses many of the attendees, including chapter founders Shabnam Malek and Amanda Conley of law firm Brand & Branch LLP, but the bulk of the article is focused on Julianna Carella, founder and CEO of San Francisco-based Auntie Dolores, which creates cannabis-infused gourmet foods and also operates Treatibles,  which offers pets hemp-derived CBD goodies.

Julianna Carella

Julianna Carella, CEO & Founder of Auntie Dolores and Treatibles

The cannabis plant has appointed women, mostly, as the stewards of health freedom. Women make most of the decisions around health for their families and just have that proactive approach to health.

Read Herb Caine’s (David Downs) “Cannabis Insider: Meet the Girl Bosses of the Bay Area’s Marijuana Industry”: http://www.7×7.com/culture/cannabis-insider-meet-girl-bosses-bay-area-s-marijuana-industry

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