Medical Cannabis and CBD For Women’s Health

with Integrative Cannabis Physician Dr. June Chin

Everything health and wellness practitioners need to know to have a basic understanding of the incredible healing power of cannabis and how it can potentially provide relief and enhance the overall well-being of their clients and patients.


Is CBD For You?

You’ve heard a lot about medical cannabis and CBD and are curious if it can help you and your clients, but with information overload and not knowing whom to trust, you are confused and overwhelmed.

Taught by world-renowned integrative cannabis physician, Dr. June Chin, this program will alleviate the fear and stigma, and educate you on the science and use of medical cannabis.

Hi! I’m Dr. June!

I am an osteopathic physician, integrative cannabis physician and board member of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine and the Association For Cannabis Health Equity and Medicine. I am one of the world’s leading cannabis physicians, having practiced integrative cannabinoid medicine for almost 20 years. My work has been featured in CNN, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Forbes, Today Show and others.

I am also a chronic pain survivor. As a teenager, I was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis (AS), a progressive type of arthritis that affects the spine, pelvis, hips, and back and causes extreme stiffness and nerve pain. I was prescribed opiate pain medications, steroids, epidurals. Ultimately surgery was recommended to fuse my spine.  But I did not want to go down that path. Then in med school, a doctor gave me medical cannabis for my pain. I reluctantly tried it and was shocked to find that my pain was gone without all the side effects of prescription medication. As a result of my experience, I researched the science and healing power of medical cannabis and am dedicated to finding effective, integrative and holistic approaches to patient care.

With the onset of the pandemic, there has been a huge increase of women who are seeking medical cannabis for relief. I wanted to create this course so that women could have easier access and education on the science behind cannabis, and how it can potentially help you with your medical and personal needs.

Before I Tell You About This Life Changing Program, Let’s Talk About Who This is Really For…

  • You are a woman who understands that your health is paramount.  Perhaps you have a health condition that you have not been able to treat successfully with conventional medicine.  
  • You are concerned about your overall wellness and want to know how cannabis can optimize your health.  
  • You believe in the power of plants to heal and are curious about cannabis.  
  • You are exploring alternative, holistic ways to heal and nurture your body.  You are ready to make that change now.

Whether You’re


You are active and still young but perhaps have a chronic or acute condition that you want to treat using Cannabis.


Estrogen and progesterone levels are plummeting.  You feel your body is changing and not the same as it used to be. 


This is your new normal but you need something that will help you adjust and adapt to this phase in life.

You Should NOT Take This Program If

  • You are looking for a quick fix for your health issues.
  • You don’t believe in the power of plant medicine to heal.
  • You are under 21
  • You identify as a man.  This one is for the ladies.

By The End of The Program, You Will Know


Understand the history behind the stigma and illegalization of Cannabis


Know and understand how the endocannabinoid system plays a part in your overall health and how it interacts with cannabis and CBD


Know the difference between CBD, THC and other phytocannabinoids


Know the different types of cannabis and CBD products and usage available


Understand how Cannabis and CBD can help with various women’s health conditions.

“The future is preventative medicine. There’s a whole universe of regenerative medicine, nutritional medicine, preventative medicine which entails a model of creating health from the ground up. The medical cannabis movement should be a wake-up call to the health care system.”
Dr. June Chin
Integrative Cannabis Physician

What People are Saying

“After living with Crohn’s for 13 years, I hardly left my house and frankly didn’t even want to even eat anymore. Pain medications did not work and my doctors just kept giving me steroids. With medical marijuana treatment and nutritional guidance, I can sleep through the night and feel comfortable to meet friends at a restaurant.”
Danny R.
“My 12-year-old son has a genetic disorder. He had uncontrolled seizures, not successful with any prescriptions. Dr. Chin works with us every step of the way to find the right cannabis dose that helped decrease the seizures. Dr. Chin even works with our family to adapt a ketogenic diet too.”
Caroline D.

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Medical Cannabis and CBD for Women’s Health


How Cannabis and CBD Transformed These Women’s Lives



A personal journey that became a life mission, Wendy is an abuse survivor and a product of the foster care system.  From age 5 to 14, Wendy suffered from sexual and physical abuse, and by 15, was placed in foster care.  

The childhood trauma left Wendy with a damaged pelvic floor, interstitial cystitis (IC), pelvic floor muscle spasms, and chronic UTIs, which ultimately resulted in years of medication and a battery of treatments.  After seeing countless specialists and even considering pelvic floor reconstruction and bladder surgery, she became more disheartened and frustrated with the traditional approach to medicine and patient care.  Still suffering from pain, compounded by the medications’ unwanted side effects, Wendy became interested in natural remedies and CBD after watching a Vice episode on cannabis and pain. 

Journaling extensively, Wendy started her CBD journey in early 2019.  Documenting and comparing notes – in 2018, she experienced 24 painful IC and pelvic floor muscle spasms episodes, lasting 5 to 10 days per episode, and constant UTIs.  In 2019, it went down to 2.  In 2020, it was zero.  She continues to take CBD plus other natural remedies daily to manage her spasms, pain, PTSD, and anxiety. 

In 2018, I experienced 24 painful IC and pelvic floor muscle spasm episodes that would last 5 to 10 days per episode. Now with daily CBD, I am down to zero with no side effects.


But I must explain to you how all this mistaken idea of denouncing pleasure and praising pain was born and I will give you a complete account of the system, and expound the actual teachings of the great explorer of the truth, the master-builder of human happiness.

No one rejects, dislikes, or avoids pleasure itself, because it is pleasure, but because those who do not know how to pursue pleasure rationally encounter consequences that are extremely painful. Nor again is there anyone who loves or pursues or desires to obtain pain of itself, because it is pain, but because occasionally circumstances occur in which toil and pain can procure him some great pleasure.

To take a trivial example, which of us ever undertakes laborious physical exercise, except to obtain some advantage from it? But who has any right to find fault with a man who chooses to enjoy a pleasure that has no annoying consequences, or one who avoids a pain that produces no resultant pleasure?

I am a movement person – high expectations and not a lot of patience. Cannabis allows me to slow my mind, and be more patient with my family.


I am a deejay/activist/filmmaker and co-founder living in New York City.

Besides my work in the arts, I am an outspoken advocate/activist for medical cannabis. In my mid-teens, I was diagnosed with Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy. After years of attempting to quell my seizures with pharmaceutical drugs, I finally gained access to medical cannabis, which changed my life.

For the last two years, I have been working on a documentary, Sisters Interrupted, which explores my fight to gain access to medical cannabis in the UK for my older sister Tamsin, who lives in care in the UK and, despite being on a cocktail of harmful pharmaceutical drugs, still suffers from daily seizures due to her epilepsy.

More recently, I have ventured into the women’s health and wellness space, speaking publicly about my diagnosis of endometriosis, and how cannabis has aided my treatment.
I am the proud co-founder of Looni, a womxn’s health company, committed to holistically improving the lives and wellbeing of people with menstrual cycles and challenging the notion of women’s health as we know it.

After years of attempting to quell my seizures with pharmaceutical drugs, I finally gained access to medical cannabis, which changed my life.


I am a Yoga teacher and trainer, wellness educator, essential oil enthusiast, singer-songwriter, and mental health and Cannabis advocate. I’ve been studying, practicing, and teaching various yoga and meditation modalities for over a decade in addition to receiving my Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Music.

In addition to my work as a wellness professional, writer, and musical artist, I’m passionate about mental health and Cannabis after suffering for years with debilitating clinical depression and anxiety. By exploring the history of Yoga and Cannabis, I provide educational and interactive wellness experiences to help de-stigmatize mental health issues and de-stigmatize Cannabis use while empowering people with knowledge and practical tools to support themselves. I seek to educate, elevate, and empower people by sharing the ancient wisdom of Yoga, plant medicine, and self inquiry for optimal mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being

I am passionate about mental health and cannabis after suffering for years with debilitating clinical depression and anxiety.


Elana Frankel suffered a traumatic brain injury that left her bedridden and unable to talk, or even be in a room with light. Doctors said it would take 1-3 years to recover. After reading about how soldiers in Israel used Cannabis to help with their brain injuries, Elana gave it a try. She started to find relief within 3 months, almost fully recovered in 6 months.

Elana has since been working above ground in the Cannabis industry for the past 7 years. She started an e-commerce business, Indigo and Haze; developed product; founded the magazine Women and Weed; authored a book with the same title; serves as Chief Growth Officer for; produces documentaries; writes freelance for various publications; volunteers for the Oregon Cannabis Commission; teaches yoga and meditation with a focus on Cannabis; and even worked as a dispensary associate (at the height of Covid) for Curaleaf, Hudson Valley. 

Elana has been featured in the media, including CNN and The New York Times, and on various podcasts. Her writing has appeared in the WSJ/Off Duty,, Architectural Digest, NY Magazine and House Beautiful to name a few. She has been an editor at Martha Stewart Living and served as VP, creative at One Kings Lane.

Most of the doctors said it would take 1-3 years to recover from my traumatic brain injury. With Cannabis, I started to find relief within three months.

What’s Inside

Great Value

7 Modules

7 modules of in-depth information including the science of cannabis, products, usage and much more.


We provide recommended resources – books, podcasts to further your education on cannabis.

Helpful PDF Reference Sheets

Printable reference sheets on different cannabinoids, dosing guide and glossary of important terms.

Video, Audio and Written Transcription

Don’t want to watch video? Then, listen in your car, or read the transcription at your leisure.

Recommended CBD Products

Knowing what to buy can be overwhelming, so we make recommendations for you and as a bonus you get a discount on many of the products!

Plus These Bonuses To Help You Make The Right Decision

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Medical Cannabis and CBD For Women’s Health


Plus You’ll Be Backed By A Risk-Free 14 Day Guarantee

We get it. Life happens. While we hope that doesn’t happen to you as this course can be a great resource for the rest of your life, and we feel confident that the information is invaluable, we understand that sometimes you need to get your money back. We guarantee that we will return your money within 14 days of purchase if you are not satisfied.

You Have Questions? We Have Answers.

No it does not.  THC is the phytocannabinoid that gets you high.

In some states.  Medical cannabis is legal in more states when you are under the guidance of a physician.   This changes from state to state, country to country and is constantly evolving and changing these days.

Absolutely.  There are many different ways — salves, tinctures, gummies, candies/mints, drinks, suppositories, vape.  You name it, these days there’s likely a CBD version of it.   

Yes.  That means you can watch and listen on your own time, at your own pace.  

Then we recommend you post it in the private Facebook Group.   If you don’t have a Facebook account then you can email us.

We highly recommend you do so!  Dr. June is available for telehealth calls.  You can make an appointment by going to XXXX.  (Applicable fees apply). 

I cannot wait to guide you through this program!

Cannabis and CBD changed my life and it can change yours, too.

If you have been curious about cannabis and CBD, then you owe it to yourself to find out how and why it works!  

I am excited to get started with you.  You deserve this.  

To your health,

Dr. June 



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