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Emily Earlenbaugh, PhD.

Emily Earlenbaugh, PhD. is a cannabis journalist and educator. She has a doctorate in philosophy of science from UC Davis. She regularly writes about cannabis science and culture for publications like Forbes, Leafly, Cannabis Now Magazine, SF Chronicle’s GreenState, and HelloMD. Emily is the director of education for Mindful Cannabis Consulting, where she teaches patients how to find the cannabis options that work best for them.

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