Meditation to Help Cannabis Users
Dr. Andrew Ferber, a staff physician with the Liberate Gulf Coast Physician Center, will lead a presentation on how meditation can help fulfill the needs and answer questions of users and those curious of both medical and recreational cannabis to help improve the results sought for by cannabis patients from 5 to 7 p.m., January 16 and February 20, at the center’s Naples office.
The information and tips will help in reducing pain and anger and lead to greater joy and peace. Ferber, who has been both a psychiatrist and a holistic physician for 60 years and a meditator for 50 years, has healed people and led meditation groups on five continents. He is currently a medical cannabis patient himself.
Location: 1250 9th St. N., Ste 104. For more information, call 239-202-0772 or visit LiberateGulfCoast.com.
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