Join By January 25th For Free Lifetime Membership To IMPACT Network’s App For Women Who Use Medical Cannabis

DENVER, CO – 01-18-2018 (Press Release Jet) — IMPACT Network, a 501c3 nonprofit research institute based in Denver, Colorado, has launched the first mobile app for peer-mentoring on cannabis for specific medical conditions. The IMPACT Network app is a support network where we help women not only treat their chronic disease but live a healthier and happier life than ever before. Together, we’re creating a future where cannabis is a safe, effective, affordable and accessible treatment for women worldwide.

Benefits of using the app include:

  • Meet other women with your medical condition or in your city
  • Share your story and find inspiration from women like you
  • Get answers to your questions about cannabis
  • Find volunteer, education and research opportunities near you

“Using cannabis to treat your disease can be confusing, especially since your doctor was not educated on the endocannabinoid system in medical school and you can’t trust your local budtender,” said Dr. Michele Ross, Founder and Executive Director of IMPACT Network. “So where can you go for help? Join our IMPACT Network app and be mentored by a woman who has successfully treated your disease with medical marijuana or CBD.”The app, currently free, will begin to charge a $5/month or $50/year membership fee after a one-week free trial starting January 25th. Every subscription purchase supports the Cannabis & Women’s Health Clinical Research Fund at IMPACT Network. Members that join before January 25th, 2018 will receive free access to the app for life, so join now.Melissa, a member of IMPACT Network, shared, “I’m not exactly sure how I found this but I am grateful! This journey in healing can be lonesome and having support with people using a medication that still has tons of stigma makes me feel I am not alone and I have made a wise choice. Thank you for creating this!”37% of women who use cannabis agreed that “consuming marijuana gives me a sense of personal control over my health” and 25% of women consumers reduced use of prescription medications according to a recent survey by BDS Analytics. Women with chronic illness who use the IMPACT Network app may see even bigger benefits.To make a tax-deductible donation to IMPACT Network to support our clinical research, education and patient support programs visit join the IMPACT Network app via web or mobile, visit:Website: https://community.impactcannabis.orgiOS:

Media Contacts:

Company Name: IMPACT Network
Full Name: Michele Ross
Phone: 7204869062
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