Our Services

Education

We educate the public on the medicinal benefits of cannabis, in order to create changes in the laws and in healthcare, as well as to spare any child the needless suffering that they may endure.

Programs

Cannamoms has created multiple programs mainly to educate people on alternative or supplemental treatment options in the care of their children.

Resources

We know that finding information is time consuming. It is our goal to provide as much useful information in one place as possible, to save you as much time and energy as possible.

What We Do

Latest Blog

Thank You

On days when I am exhausted, I remember how much we’ve accomplished. How much we created from nothing. Worse than nothing- sheer devastation. What the world sees is such a small piece of our lives, and one isolated battle in a war. From the ruins of the worst the first world has to offer, the

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The Truth About Cannabis in Florida

A couple of years ago, parents were elated that we had finally made headway in the State of Florida when they passed a “low-THC” bill allowing for a modified definition of hemp in Florida. While we all knew we needed a much higher THC, even those of us treating our children, we felt like it

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November Newsletter Issue I

November is a huge month for CannaMoms awareness. It is Epilepsy Awareness Month and it is also Type I Diabetes Awareness Month. Too many of our children suffer from these chronic and critical illnesses, and the medical community offers no cures and too little research! Let’s remember to go green and push for better treatment

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What Childhood Cancer Really Means

WARNING: This was not written for parents of pediatric cancer babies. We already know the horrors of this fight. This was written to raise awareness for those who are completely unaware in order to garner more people on our team, more support for our cause, and to increase the research for a cure. If you

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What is Childhood Cancer Really? (Gold is the new Pink)

There is a general inequality in the world of cancers. For instance, everything in the United States goes pink in October for breast cancer awareness. Everyone owns a pink ribbon of some sort. I, for example, have two identical cups and a keychain supporting breast cancer awareness. Why doesn’t the country go gold for pediatric

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