S5 EP3: Mara Gordon of Sprinkle Me Vegan Sweets Ftl
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Sprinkle me this, sprinkle me that, sprinkle me vegan sweets. This is a delicious episode. Meet Mara Gordon, a Fort Lauderdale resident who started her vegan baking business during the pandemic. Her vegan cookies and desserts have been a hit around the Miami/Fort Lauderdale farmers markets. Learn how she began her successful side hustle all while planning a wedding and working full time. You can do it too! Airpods in, volume up, start your successful side hustle! Head over to www.getbeyondmoney.tropicalfcu.com/get-beyond-money-quiz to see how much you could stop losing and start saving. For more GBM resource follow @TropicalFCU on Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
THE ART OF THE EXACT DOSAGE | Mara Gordon (Co-founder Aunt Zelda)
The Cannabis Review
On this episode, we are joined by Mara Gordon. Mara is a cannabis advocate, entrepreneur, and researcher. She has harnessed her background as a process engineer to create therapeutic dosing regimens for thousands of patients around the world, drastically improving their health, quality of life and longevity. Topics: 1. The Art of the Exact Dosage 2. Formal Clinical Cannabis Research 3. Industry Hyperbole Twitter - @TheCannabisRev2 Episode Library - https://www.irishmedianetwork.com/the... Aunt Zelda - https://auntzeldas.org/
Mara Gordon is a cannabis advocate, entrepreneur, and researcher. She has harnessed her background as a process engineer to create therapeutic dosing regimens for thousands of patients around the world, drastically improving their health, quality of life and longevity. Mara openly shares her knowledge about the therapeutic benefits of the cannabis plant – whether consulting with medical teams, through TEDx Talks or calling out hyperbole in the industry she cares so deeply about. Mara rose to prominence through the company she co-founded, Aunt Zelda’s. Back in 2011, Aunt Zelda’s operated as a collective, bringing bespoke cannabis formulations to patients. As additional regulations were introduced in California, Mara standardized her most popular therapeutic oil blends, making them commercially available to patients through the respected Aunt Zelda’s brand. With science as her North Star, Mara has pursued data-driven, plant-based medicine for numerous maladies. Seeking to engage a larger medical and patient community as well as to place the practice of medicine back into the hands of qualified medical practitioners, Mara launched Calla Spring Wellness, a telemedicine platform and clinical service utilized by physicians and nurses to guide them on incorporating cannabinoid-based medicines into their standard treatment plans. Calla Spring Wellnessis fueled by her careful data collection through Aunt Zelda’s, along with years of research and development in consultation with knowledgeable physicians and world-renowned researchers. Unlike other pharmaceutical drugs with recommended dosage protocols, formal clinical research on cannabis has been unavailable in the U.S. because of its classification as a Schedule I drug, resulting in more anecdotal than factual information. Unwilling to be stymied by federal laws, Mara co-founded Zelda Therapeutics in Australia. The company brings together some of the world’s leading researchers and clinicians active in the study and use of medicinal cannabis to treat a variety of ailments. Presently, Zelda is engaged in pre-clinical research for multiple forms of cancer and diabetes-related cognitive decline, as well as clinical trials for autism, chronic pain and insomnia. As interest in cannabis spreads, Mara continues to be an outspoken leader in the medical cannabis space. She has appeared on stage in front of audiences nationally and internationally and was featured in the films The Medicine in Marijuana, Mary Janes: Women of Weed, and the award-winning documentary Weed the People.
Dispelling the myths on Green: Prescribing cannabis through data. With Mara Gordon.
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Using cannabis for medicinal use has come a long way... BUT (there's always a 'but'). The ubiquitous products of CBD make this field seem like things are further progressed than they are. Newsflash: We have a long way to go. No fear: Data is here.Mara Gordon, Co-Founder of Aunt Zelda, Zelda Therapeutics, highlights the difference between the acclaimed CBD vs THC. Joined by Niko Woischnik, Mara clarifies how her company uses data to instruct doctors to prescribe the precise potency and dosage to patients seeking relief from a number of health conditions.Other topics to listen out for: Non-organic drug effects, advocating cannabis alongside treatments, and bringing about change in the healthcare system for the better.Looking to level up or enter a new field? Join TOA Klub for cohort-based learning. Four Klubs to chose from: Founders, Crypto, Investors & Co-Creators; each including Masterclasses, AMA’s, and peer-to-peer learning. Apply now: https://bit.ly/3g1TqG8For more TOA content, subscribe to our NL (https://bit.ly/3xpBX2s) and follow us on Instagram (@toaberlin), Twitter (@toaberlin), LinkedIn (toa-berlin) & Facebook (TechOpenAir).Support the show
Pursuing data-driven, plant-based medicine for numerous maladiesAs an entrepreneur, researcher and founder of Aunt Zelda's, Mara Gordon is a well-known cannabis advocate. She joins Kyra Reed to talk about harnessing her background as a process engineer to create therapeutic dosing regimens for thousands of patients around the world, drastically improving their health, quality of life and longevity.Produced by podCONXWeed The Peoplehttps://podconx.com/guests/mara-gordon
When Mara Gordon started using medical cannabis there wasn’t any lab testing — or any way to know how much of each cannabinoid or terpene was in a given strain . There was definitely no way of ensuring that you got the same effect from it consistently.So she drew on her training as a process engineer and decided to start doing it herself.Gordon has been featured in the Netflix documentary, Weed the People, and owns and operates two medical cannabis companies. One of the things she does is collect and analyze data about cannabis products and how patients with different medical conditions respond to them. All of that data is packaged into software doctors can use to manage their patients’ medical marijuana treatment.“I know how to collect data. I know how to analyze data. I know how to make incredibly good medicine, but [doctors] have to be the ones managing [their] patients’ care,” Gordon says on The Cannabis Enigma Podcast.What’s one of the most surprising things she’s learned from all of that data? “The lack of correlation between the weight of the patient and the dose,” Gordon says. “That was shocking.”This episode was originally released in December 2019.Produced by Michael Schaeffer Omer-Man and Elana Goldberg, and edited and mixed by Michael Schaeffer Omer-Man. The Cannabis Enigma Podcast is a co-production of Americans for Safe Access and The Cannigma. Music by Desca.
Another big hitter on the pod this week! Jonny and Oscar were joined by a true legend of the cannabis industry – Mara Gordon, the Founder of Aunt Zelda’s. As one of the pioneers in bringing cannabis medicines to patients, Mara takes us through her cannabis journey, speaking about crucial data collection from patients, clinical trials, her staring role in canna films and more. Take a look at the full collection of podcasts and explore additional cannabis & psychedelics content at: https://contenthub.gcintelligence.com/