Kerry Charron


Bachelor of Arts in English, State University of New York at Albany.


Cannabis cultivation technician, dispensary agent, writer.

Written For

Labroots, Inc.

Working as a cannabis cultivation technician for Sanctuary Medicinals Florida was “a wonderful experience” for Kerry, where she proudly learned about cloning and propagation, cannabis plant care, harvesting, drying and packaging. She has also been assisting private clients with their cannabis business licensing applications for several years as well as developing cannabis course content for several companies. She has keen interest in writing about potential medical cannabis therapies for neurological and psychological disorders. Kerry wants her efforts to provide helpful information to many medical cannabis patients, physicians and medical practitioners, but also hopes her work contributes to improving access and affordability to high quality medical cannabis for many people around the world.

Releaf articles

19. 10. 2023

How does cannabis affect mental health?

Extensive research indicates that cannabis has a complex relationship with mental health, as its effects can differ significantly based on various factors. These factors include the individual's age, genetics, mental health history, frequency of use and dosage size, as well as the specific strain and cannabinoid composition involved. 

18. 10. 2023

What role do terpenes play in CBD oil?

CBD oil, and CBD-infused products in general, are on what can only be described as a monumental rise in popularity and societal acceptance. In the world of health and wellness, CBD is the newest 'buzzword' – and rightfully so, as it has been found to offer a multitude of therapeutic and wellness benefits. But what exactly is CBD oil, why has it become so popular, and why are terpenes an important ingredient to consider? Let's find out.

28. 09. 2023

Can CBD help improve sleep for people with autism?

Many patients report that cannabidiol (CBD) is effective at promoting relaxation and sleep, and emerging research studies are starting to show data that backs up this anecdotal evidence. CBD is a naturally occurring compound found in cannabis plants, and it’s widely known for its calming effects. It has been shown to interact with the serotonin system, as well as the endocannabinoid system (ECS), both of which are responsible for regulating relaxation and sleep.