Dr. Emily Earlenbaugh, PhD.

Executive Director of Education & Cannabis Consultant

Fleurish Farms

Specializing in cannabis education and research, Dr. Earlenbaugh offers consultations to patients, dispensaries, and industry organizations.

Call Rates

Duration Price
15 minutes $25.00
30 minutes $35.00
60 minutes $60.00

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Education Cannabis Selection Cannabis Use Staff Training Data Patient Consulting

Biography

Dr. Emily Earlenbaugh, PhD is the Executive Director of Education at Fleurish Farms. Emily oversees all educational aspects of the company, including leading the Mindful Cannabis Consulting program, running staff trainings, overseeing product label information, and creating educational content.

Emily has a doctorate in the philosophy of science and with an expertise in the science of happiness and well-being. Utilizing her own experience as a cannabis patient and her doctoral training, she’s developed several tools to help patients with the complex task of finding the right strains and methods of intake for their particular symptoms and biochemistry. 

Emily is dedicated to raising the bar of the cannabis experience from individual education to dispensary environment, and offers consultations and educational services to patients, dispensaries, and industry organizations.

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Courses

The Mindful Guide to Cannabis

Fleurish Farms, Available via udemy.com

Can medical marijuana be a healthy alternative to medicine?

Some choose to use medical marijuana along with other medications, while others choose to soley use it as their only source of medication. Do you believe it is a good alternative?

11/16/2016 7:17:08 PM,
Dr. Emily Earlenbaugh, PhD. replied:

Cannabis (or medical marijuana) is a natural medicine, and can be an alternative to some medicine. It is not a substitute for any type of medicine, so it's important to talk to a doctor or do research on the options if you are thinking about replacing your own medicine with cannabis. 

9/29/2016 1:26:27 PM,
Dr. Emily Earlenbaugh, PhD. replied:

Finding a cannabis strain that works really well for an individual persons biochemistry can be complicated. What works for one person may not work well for another (even when their desired effects are the same). You can start by trying what has worked best for others with your needs, and carefully track the effects of different strains when you try them. I work with patients and recreational users on this task, supplying them with easy exercises to track and rate the effects of different strains, methods, and types of cannabis. Once some methods and strains are established it is usually quite easy to find other cannabis options with similar profiles. The end result of this honing process is a list of strains, methods and dosing that work well for the individual's desired effects and a list of those to be avoided.