Wade Laughter is a master cannabis cultivator known for identifying and propagating the high-CBD strain known as Harlequin. In addition to cultivating premium cannabis for nearly two decades, Wade has specialized in CBD-rich cannabis cultivation in Northern California for the last ten years. He is a researcher, speaker and activist about cannabis. Wade also advocates for patients’ access to safe, clean, affordable medicine, while providing cultivators with information on Best Management Practices.
Wade was recognized as a master cultivator by High Times Magazine as early as 2008.
In addition to tending to the garden, Wade also consults with patients who are members of his collective, works on the herb farm or is guest speaking at cannabis panel discussions.
For more information, contact Wade at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit his website at www.houseofharlequin.com
Molly Mathers is an Ayurvedic Health Practitioner and Pancha Karma Specialist. She began her journey into Ayurveda in 2008 and graduated from the highly respected California College of Ayurveda in 2012. She found Ayurveda during her career as an emergency medical technician/paramedic and while caring for and treating people in crisis she realized she wanted to find a path of true healing. Molly also began her work with addiction recovery in 1989 and continues to support and teach sustainable recovery with the practice Ayurveda and Yoga.
With the wisdom of Ayurveda Molly will help guide you on your path to balance mind, body and spirit. She will show you how you can take action to create the optimum environment in your body for healing to manifest. Ayurveda is a practice that will help you gain greater energy and more enthusiasm towards life.
Molly also has training and experience in Addiction Recovery, Anxiety treatment, Menopause, Digestion, Weight management and offers Ayurvedic Body Therapies.
Patricia Smith has been a fierce defender of patient’s rights since the early 80’s. She discovered the medicinal benefits of cannabis during the outbreak of the AIDS epidemic when she made pot-laced brownies for friends who were wasting away from the disease. She had only hoped to increase their appetites, but they reported other benefits like being able to sleep through the night, allowing them to hold down the medications with violent fits of nausea, and decreasing their pain levels. She found her calling.
Smith moved to Nevada County in 2008 and almost immediately saw the need for patient protections. She formed the local chapter of Americans for Safe Access in 2010 to challenge local authorities over a patient’s right to grow their own medicine.
Patricia formed a collective, GrassRoots Solutions, that supplied anyone in need with free medicine. Supported by local growers, they were able to help hundreds of local patients.
Her radio show, The Cannabis Crusades, ran for 5 years on KVMR winning the Jodi Feniman award for Best Public Affairs twice.
Smith uses the knowledge she has gained over four decades to educate patients on the safest ways to incorporate cannabis into their health regimens.