EMT in the News
Women Are Taking The Lead Across Vermont’s Budding Cannabis Industry | VPR News
“We work with 15 cafes across Vermont, where they offer our product in CBD-infused lattes and smoothies,” said Reynolds. “And then we work with … 20 total other women-owned businesses where we either directly add our product into their products to make a CBD line or we use their services to help run our business.”
Reynolds says the women business leaders she works with – from body care business owners to chocolatiers – have been her mentors. And now she’s doing the same for Vermont women looking to get into the cannabis industry.
The Rolling Stone Guide to Legal Pot: Vermont
In anticipation of a new CBD yoga ambassador program, Elmore Mountain Therapeutics is leading classes enhanced by CBD balms and extracts, and a few of Burlington’s spas and body workers are promoting therapeutic massage using CBD oil.
The Dish: What The Hemp? | City Market Co-op | Seven Days
Brought to you by Seven Days, City Market, and the Intervale Center with special thanks to ArtsRiot. Industrial hemp is planted on over 1,200 acres of Vermont’s working lands. While there has been much discussion of the oil extracted from the plant (CBD), it’s worth noting the many uses of this versatile crop. From animal feed to fuel, fabric to dietary supplements, industrial hemp provides opportunities for Vermont farmers to diversify their operations. With the increasing interest and popularity of CBD products, growers now have a new market for their crop. Here in Vermont we’ve seen a growth in CBD-infused products from coffee and juice to oils and supplements. We’ve even seen a number of restaurants experiment with cooking with CBD. Join us during Vermont Restaurant Week as we explore the hemp crop and hear from farmers, chefs, business owners, and agronomists about the ways in which the evolving understanding of hemp and CBD is impacting our food system.
Made Right, Here: Nutty Steph’s | Local Fox 44 | My Champlain Valley
MIDDLESEX, Vt. – In this week’s edition of “Made Right, Here”, Brittney Kelson takes you to Nutty Steph’s in Middlesex to learn about chocolates they offer that might be able to help you fight anxiety.
Essential Oils? | Williston Observer
Time and research. That is what is needed for more definitive answers about cannabidiol’s medicinal value. But there is no question that this particular non-psychoactive chemical compound of the hemp plant — CBD as it is known — is the foundation of a blossoming business in Vermont, one that tugs on a variety of social threads, from agriculture, to health care, to pot policy.
Reynolds has been immersed in CBD advocacy and entrepreneurship since the launch of her company last May. Elmore Mountain Therapeutics started as a personal search for postpartum depression treatment that led to distribution of CBD products to friends and family and now has become one of the primary CBD brands in Vermont.
Nearing the company’s one-year anniversary, Elmore Mountain is transitioning to Vermont grown hemp after sourcing from Colorado in its initial year.
Spotlight Women-Owned | CBD Reviews | Reddit: r/cbdinfo
“Reynolds left her professional career as Dental Hygienist to pursue EMT CBD full time. “My almost 15-year commitment to preventative medicine has given me the essential tools to educate the public as well as healthcare professionals. I completed the professional certificate in Cannabis Science and Medicine at the University of Vermont in the Fall of last year.” With her education, it is no wonder she already is having an abundance of success with EMT.”
Celebrating Women in Business | Healthy Living
As a business, Healthy Living has always supported our local producers and farmers. Among the local businesses whose products we carry, are smart, strong, entrepreneurial women who we celebrate all year long, but wanted to call special attention to on International Women’s Day! As a woman-founded and women owned business, supporting other female business owners is extremely important to us.
Women of Weed: A Growing Industry | News and Citizen | Stowe Reporter
“We were the very first East Coast showing,” Reynolds said, and the only showing in Vermont. “I know a lot of wonderful women in cannabis, and now we’re on (Borman’s) radar. To think a Hollywood movie producer called me, it’s amazing.”
Heady Times: Eli Harrington Champions Pot in Vermont | Seven Days | Cannabeat
Eli Harrington surveyed the Vermont Statehouse cafeteria as hemp growers bragged about their fall harvest and entrepreneurs offered free samples of cannabidiol-infused chocolate to lawmakers, lobbyists and even a burly state trooper. Since the signing, Heady Vermont has moved full steam ahead. In May, the company will host a cannabis and hemp convention in Burlington.
Good Chemistry? Demand Soars For CBD-Coffee Blends | Burlington Free Press
“Enthusiasts have voted with their wallets,” said Dan Smith of Cosmic Grind on Church Street: “CBD sells itself.” Stirred, foamed, dolloped or steeped, CDB transforms the buzz of caffeine into something a tad more mellow, Smith said… Nate House, manager at Maglianero on Maple Street, said consumer demand and a healthy profit margin on ingredients inspired the café to experiment with cannabidiol concoctions. A CBD-enhanced Japanese matcha tea latte took the honors.
RehabGYM in Williston to sell CBD for pain relief | WCAX
Sharon Gutwin, the owner of RehabGYM, says it’s about time the industry turns to natural products for pain relief. “Pain is very real,” she said. “Anything that we can do to help a person’s pain physically, and or mentally should be explored. This is a natural product. You can’t get addicted to it. You can’t overdose on it.”
Gutwin says her gym is the only therapy office to use CBD during treatment in the state.
Female Founders Speaker Series | Seven Days VT | Stuck In Vermont | WCAX
Donna Carpenter, CEO and co-owner of Burton Snowboards, discussed what it took to build a global brand while also increasing the numbers of women in leadership positions at Burton. Community members and entrepreneurs filled the room and asked a variety of questions of the five women on the panel. Eva spoke to audience members and organizers about the importance of women-led businesses in Vermont and how these networking events help provide inspiration.
The series is presented by Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies (VCET) and Hotel Vermont and ticket sale proceeds go directly to Vermont Works for Women. The remaining events in the series will be held January 22nd and March 12th.
The Business Of Cannabis In Vermont Today | digital.vpr.net | Vermont Public Radio
Growing hemp became legal in Vermont in 2013 and today more than 90 people are registered to grow it here. Vermont Edition looks at the differences between hemp, CBD (Cannabidiol) and marijuana, and where these industries and products are in Vermont today.
RUHS Grad, Husband Launch Hemp-Extract Business | www.ourherald.com | Randolph Herald
Elmore Mountain Therapeutics, a whole hemp plant CBD-extract company in Elmore, began while Ashley Moore Reynolds was researching CBD (cannabidiol) after the birth of her second child. Her postpartum anxiety was becoming unmanageable and rather than turn to pharmaceuticals, she explored CBD, she said, finding almost immediate relief.
CBD pops up on more local menus | Stowe Today
An oil derived from the hemp plant is popping up on menus all across the state.