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Emily Dozier Loves Terpenes and Thinks You Should, TooMay 24, 2021
#weedthepeople is a series highlighting folx in the cannabis community, celebrating each unique and special relationship we all have with the cannabis plant. Today on #weedthepeople we talk with Emily Dozier, a cannabis enthusiast and the Director of Sales & Marketing for The Happiest Hour in Reno, NV.
Tell us about yourself
I'm Emily Dozier, Director of Sales and Marketing for The Happiest Hour.
What is your relationship with weed?
We go way back. I’ve been benefiting from cannabis for many years and I believe the plant has many healing qualities for everyone. Our relationship is strong and we plan to be together for a long time.
photos via @emilydozier
Fav way to consume?
My favorite ways to consume are dabbing and smoking a joint, paired with The Happiest Hour Companion shots, obvi!
What have you been enjoying lately and why?
Lately I’ve been enjoying The Real McCoy’s MAC x Harlequin flower, either rolled up in a joint or pressed into rosin. The effects are amazing and it is grown sustainably by people who truly care about the plant. Perfect to pair with a microdose and a hike in the woods!
Anything other feelings about weed you wanna share with us?
I’d love to highlight terpenes, one class of the many beneficial compounds in cannabis. I truly believe in their medicinal properties and their ability to guide your experience. Terpenes are widely studied and are well-known within the cannabis industry, being able to bring terpenes beyond that space with The Happiest Hour has been incredible!
Want to hear more from Emily? We had her and her business partner, Tiffany English on our podcast, Weed Like to Talk.