Women in Weed – Talking To Artist and Glow-in the Dark Sensation MeloCreations in Kingston, Ontario

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womnin weed mel.jpgHi Mel – Thank you so much for speaking to us. Mel lives in Kingston, Ontario and identifies an artist, an epileptic, a chronic smoker, a lupus survivor, a grower and a baker. Can you tell us a bit more about yourself?

In 2015, My life was on a great path. I was prepping for my registered massage therapy board exams, ready to enjoy the fruits of my labours and start my own Massage business. Then suddenly I suffered 3 Major Clonic Tonic seizures in my sleep. My body was so sore. My mind was so scrambled. How did this even happen? I tried to push through, but had lost my license, was forced to move back to my parents, I failed the Registered Massage therapy board exams, I was devastated, I became depressed but I turned to art & cannabis to cope.

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Women and Weed – High! Canada Magazine Speaks With Stephanie Karasick – Founder & Chief Strategy Officer – Strainprint Technologies Ltd.

Excellent article on Strainprint and yes women can change the world

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Women and Weed – Stephanie Karasick
Founder & Chief Strategy Officer
Strainprint Technologies Ltd.
www.strainprint.ca
 
Today we are pleased to have with us Stephanie Karasick from Strainprint. Stephanie was born and raised in the suburbs of Montreal, and left shortly after getting her degree in Graphic Design. She moved to Toronto, working as a copywriter at Leo Burnett, Saatchi & Saatchi, JWT, Taxi, and MacLaren McCann over a span of 15 years. Somewhere in that time, she began studying photography, left the corporate world to work as an editorial and family photographer, and a mom. The idea for Strainprint came to her after her first few months of using medical cannabis, when she was noticing how little information and scientific validation there was on various treatments.

What led you into a career within the Canadian cannabis industry?

Circumstance I guess, though I still don’t think of it as a…

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