Learn about cannabis

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    Dale Rosenfeld

KAPAA — Dale Rosenfeld is coming out of the dark when it comes to medicinal marijuana, and is hosting sessions about the plant and its uses.

They’re called “Conscious Cannabis Conversations,” and are a chance to learn about using marijuana medicinally, facts and myths associated with the plant, to address questions and concerns, and to talk with people who are medical marijuana users.

“It’s an opportunity for people to ‘come out of the dark’ in their lack of knowledge, and an opportunity for patients and those who use medicinal marijuana to ‘come out of the dark’ and be able to say they’re patients,” Rosenfeld said.

Rosenfeld lives in Kapaa and volunteers with organizations like National Tropical Botanical Garden. She’s an entrepreneur with a few businesses under her belt, including wedding planning, a nanny business, horseback riding tours and dog training.

She also is a member of Toastmasters, and teaches young people the values of public speaking.

As an organizer for KauaiCannCare LLC, she has been hosting Conscious Cannabis Conversations for several months.

The next free Conscious Cannabis Conversation is scheduled for Wednesday, June 5, in Kapaa, from 6 to 7 p.m. The location is “Under the Windmill” near the Texaco station — 4-976 Kuhio Highway.

Bring questions about therapeutic cannabis and expect to learn about how to get a 329 (medicinal marijuana) card, sleep and pain, CBD and THC, depression and weight, hemp and medical marijuana, PTSD and veterans, topicals and edibles, and seizure and cancer.

Info: 639-0283, dale@joyful-kauai.com

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Jessica Else, staff writer, can be reached at 245-0452 or jelse@thegardenisland.com.

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