When it comes to cannabis use by parents who have young kids in the house, treat it like alcohol and make sure they don't have access to it. Leaving your "treats" lying around the house is careless and could send your kids on a bad trip, and no one wants to overdose on cannabis, it's scary. Click the link below to find out more about how and why STASHLOGIX was born...
Please tell us about yourself, your business, and what motivated you to get involved in the industry?
First, it is not an industry, it is a cause. You can quote me on that! :) My name is Heather Jackson, I am the CEO of the Realm of Caring Foundation and cannabis took over my life (sounds like I am at a 12 step program) after it saved my then 9-year-old son Zaki, who has a rare catastrophic form of childhood epilepsy. He transitioned from hospice to health. After his seizures remitted and he made huge strides in his development I wanted to dedicate my life to helping others who were in the same situation that my family was in. I co-founded a nonprofit called the Realm of Caring in 2012, and we received our 501(c)3 status in 2013. I may have come into cannabis by force, but it is my greatest honor to now spend my time helping others.
Accessing a safe medicine that has great potential to improve your quality of life is a basic human right. There should not be a stigma associated with that.
How to safely store edibles from children. Colorado law requires that all edibles be sold in child-resistant containers, similar to pharmaceuticals. Once cannabis products leave the dispensary, it's important to then safely store them away. Smaller children and toddlers are at a higher risk of ingesting too much due to their size, weight, and their inability to not put things in their mouth.