HelloMD Co-Founder Pamela Hadfield Featured in Forbes
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This week, HelloMD Co-founder Pamela Hadfield was featured in the Forbes magazine article, “How this Techie Became An Advocate for Marijuana.” Forbes writer Heather Cabot chatted with Pamela about her experience with chronic migraines and how she turned to opioids to deal with them. Pamela also described how she finally discovered cannabis, which stopped her pain, and how she continues to take cannabis as a tool to prevent migraines.
The article also detailed the exciting new evolution in HelloMD’s offerings, which will soon include a hemp-derived CBD store that’ll ship nationwide:
“HelloMD recently introduced e-commerce to the platform and a menu of curated products … This month, HelloMD will begin a major push for sales and delivery of CBD products derived from hemp, a cousin of marijuana that has similar medical applications but does not face the same legal restrictions.”
As some of you may know, Pamela’s story of improved health and wellness is the reason she founded HelloMD—to help people discover the therapeutic value of cannabis, like she has. Now as the largest online community of health and wellness cannabis consumers, HelloMD has a range of ways to help people navigate the legal marijuana landscape:
- Online doctor consultations and medical marijuana recommendations for California and New York.
- A library of educational content looking at all aspects of cannabis for health and wellness.
- The Answers page, where people can ask their cannabis-related questions and receive advice to help them make informed decisions about the plant.
- An online shop that currently delivers high-quality cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) marijuana products to cannabis consumers in San Francisco, the East Bay and Marin County, with delivery to the South Bay and Sonoma County coming soon.