There is No Such Thing as Your Own Lane
This Session features two wise women, Ashley Kingsley and Aliza Sherman, founders of Ellementa, the first global cannabis wellness network for women. They talk cannabis shop, the tech boom and how their shared experience of miscarriage planted the seed for a relationship that would eventually blossom into a shared goal of connecting women through cannabis.
What we, as humans, need to be healthy and happy changes throughout the many stages of life. Addressing diversity among women happens to be what makes Ellementa successful at building a community of women over 30, using cannabis for their health and wellness.
Both pioneers of the early tech industry, Ashley and Aliza discuss the similarities between the tech boom and the cannabis renaissance, and how they used their experience in one developing industry and applied to the other.
The use of cannabis is still a stigma deeply entrenched in our culture so much so that many women continue to consume in private. While tides are changing, it takes more than a few insta-influencers to reverse the damage caused by prohibition. It takes a community, a shoulder to lean on, a group of like-minded individuals who stand together united as cannabis consumers.
The Her(b) Life Sessions podcast is committed to broadening the cannabis conversation by highlighting the women working in the industry. Each episode we have a new set of hosts discussing contemporary cannabis issues, giving you a direct line into the evolving cannabis landscape. Don’t miss out on the next Sessions episode and subscribe now.
If you want to know more about this Sessions hosts you can find them via the below links and at Ellementa.com
Ashley Kingsley via her instagram handle @theashleykingsley
Aliza Sherman via her instagram handle @alizasherman
Sessions, by Her(B) Life is a production of Blue Dream media.
Produced by Tiyana Matliovski and Executive Producer, Gill Polard.