Cancer, Arthritis, Alzheimer’s, Epilepsy, Insomnia, Anxiety and Depression…in recent years, research has unearthed hundreds of proven therapeutic, medicinal, spiritual and environmental benefits of the powerful Cannabis plant. These findings, along with informative scientific presentations by over 40 national and international Cannabis experts, will be offered at the 4th annual Cannabis Hemp Conference and Expo (CHCE), along with a one day expo featuring 35 exhibitors and 6 live workshops.
CHCE takes place at the University of British Columbia's prestigious Chan Centre and Nest September 28 - 30, and is presented by Agrima Botanicals and produced by Amazon Coalition.
New this year: Cutting edge research and therapeutic treatments utilizing Ayahuasca, Psilocybin, MDMA, DMT and other powerful plant medicines and psychedelics. Since its debut in 2015, CHCE has grown into the largest and most comprehensive Cannabis conference in Canada, attracting upwards of 700 attendees. Education is at the heart of CHCE. Panel discussions will touch on topics like Legalization and the New Emerging Market; Cannabis and Cancer Patient Success Stories; Extraction and Concentrates; Environmental Sustainability, Cannabinoids and Terpinoids Synergy for Health and Wellness, and Cannabis Genetics and Cultivation.
The six interactive workshops will include Cooking with Cannabis, Cannabis for Arthritis and Skin Care, CBD for Pets, and Organic Growing. At the Expo, more than 35 exhibitors will offer samples and giveaways showcasing their Cannabis related products. And for the first time ever at a Canadian Cannabis conference, attendees can participate in a Cannabis Ceremony in which they will connect with their deeper inner calling guided by plant wisdom.
The conference aims to educate researchers, doctors, academics and the general public on how the plant can benefit individuals suffering from acute and chronic ailments, as well as those seeking general improvement in health and wellness.
“Life is precious. In today’s fast-paced and technologically overwhelming world, people have lost connection with their bodies, emotions and spirit,” says Salimeh Tabrizi, founder of the Cannabis Hemp Conference and Expo. “Thankfully, plant medicines such as Cannabis and Ayahuasca help us to reconnect with our health and intuition. They support our journey towards unity and assist us in creating greater positive change for ourselves and our planet.”
The Cannabis Hemp Conference and Expo takes place September 28-30, 2018 at the University of British Columbia Chan Centre and Nest. Save $70 and get your early bird tickets before August 20th! Early bird tickets to CHCE cost $229, and can be purchased here.