Ms. Tamar Wise, B.Chem, MCDB
Ms. Tamar Wise holds dual degrees in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology and Biochemistry with an emphasis in Plant Chemistry and Neuroscience. She specializes in the formulation of cannabinoid based medicine delivery systems and the pharmacology of Cannabisin the human body, with a focus on the endocannabinoid system (ECS), its role in healthhomeostasis, various disease pathologies and how they relate to the ECS as well as the function,potential and application of phytocannabinoids as potent and safe medicine for a wide array of ailments. She has over seven years of experience in the cannabis industry and was the head of science for one of the U.S.’ largest cannabis infused products providers. Tamar was part of the team that developed and introduced the world’s first hemp based cannabinoid (CBD) dietary supplement products into the market, Dixie Botanicals. She believes that understanding the ECS and the role of phytocannabinoids in the human body will be the key to efficient palliative and preventative healthcare. She is active in educational outreach and activism and has spoken at many events including informational conferences for doctors and several business summits both domestically and internationally. Most recently, Ms. Tamar spoke about CBD nutraceuticals in Delhi, India at the end of 2014 and for the Hemp Industries Association (HIA) in Washington, D.C. In 2015, she was elected secretary of the Hemp Industry Association’s Cannabinoid Committee for her dedication to promoting the safe and responsible manufacture of cannabinoid based nutraceutical products. She is also an Associate Partner of the Indian Industrial Hemp Association (IIHA) and is active in creating and defining legislation for the burgeoning cannabis industry both domestically and internationally. Currently, Tamar is a senior partner at Plant Consulting Group, a cannabis consulting company and the Chief Science Officer of an international cannabinoid nutraceutical company called Applied Botanical Sciences. She believes strongly that Cannabis will be the medicine of the future.