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Janna's introduction to the cannabis industry began as a cannabis patient who happens to be a nurse when she suffered a debilitating immune health collapse in 2012. Janna credits cannabis for helping to reduce her reliance on harmful pharmaceuticals, and for supporting her ability to regain optimal health status against all odds. Janna is also known for her daughter's cannabis/Autism success story, which published on the cover story in a nationwide industry magazine in 2017. Nurse Janna has educated thousands of patients, helping them optimize their cannabis therapy outcomes through an individualized and well-informed approach. Janna has gained extensive clinical application knowledge through her work, including individual considerations of cannabis therapy, and which products might best fit a patient's situation. Janna founded Integrated Holistic Care is a Southern Oregon non-profit medical and health education organization dedicated to providing quality health counseling and education services to help clients optimize their health.
 

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