Randy Eady

Randy Eady

As a veteran (worked at the US Air Force Academy as a behavioral scientist faculty professor) and rehabilitation therapist (principally resolving phantom–limb pain and focused on PTSD and other trauma), Eady takes the fight for medical cannabis seriously. He volunteers with United For Care, an organization responsible for getting Medical Marijuana on the Florida ballot and passed, he consults w/European Cannabis Commission to help patients & their caregivers gain the skills necessary to have access to the most affordable and highest quality medicine. Formally trained as an anthropologist and therapeutic rehab specialist Eady, a dual US-Canadian citizen established the Quest Educational Foundation (QEF) with offices in Cologne, Germany, South Florida and Vancouver, Canada. As a WebMEDcentral Alternative Medicine editor, Eady’s current focus explore relevant biohacks for healing to exponentially narrow the gulf between principle and reality for researchers & clinicians.

Derivative Demo of Clinical Endocannabinoid System Consortium (CESC) Dosing Project

This Dosing Project Derivative of the Clinical Endocannabinoid System Consortium (CESC) expands a study initially for participants using medical cannabis for pain and sleep. The ultimate goal of this endeavor’s to determine entourage effects with endocannabinoids, cannabis (and related or derived products) for multiple medical symptoms and conditions. The CESC is a response to the need to develop a deeper understanding of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) and apply knowledge to clinical practice and to contribute to emerging public health dialogue about the role of Cannabis in healthcare. The approach to be demonstrated hastens pain mitigation and healing w/o the use of pharmaceuticals as it applies targeted intranasal light, CBD & specific spatial therapeutic dynamics (ASMR & startle reflex instigation). This medicinal model is a little different than others; both a hands-on and holistic consideration are used in the emerging realm of exponential approaches to health and holistic Living. While the modern vernacular calls this bio-hacking, participants are provided novel ways to explore intersections between alternative practices and evolving aspects of naturally-informed technology. As endocannabinoids are intrinsic in the body and are released by cells, including neurons (endogenous lipid metabolites), they influence nearby cells (especially via lymphatic vessel pathways in the basal ganglia (nerve bundles) closely aligned to olfactory/immune system function).