Eloise Theisen

Eloise Theisen



  • Name: Eloise Theisen
  • Author with Leafreport since: April 2021

Education And Work Information:


  • Area of Expertise: CBD, Cannabis, Chronic Pain, Mental Health, Oncology, Geriatrics
  • Using CBD since: 2014
  • Favourite CBD product: Tinctures, Topicals

About the author:

Eloise Theisen is a board certified Adult Geriatric Nurse Practitioner who specializes in cannabis therapy. For over 20 years, Eloise has worked primarily with cancer, dementia and chronic pain patients. In the last 6 years, Eloise has focused her efforts on cannabinoid therapies.

Eloise has worked with over 6500 patients to help them effectively treat age-related and chronic illness with cannabis.

Eloise is a co-founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Radicle Health and Radicle Health Clinician Network. She currently serves Chief Nursing Officer of Leaf411 where she oversees the Leaf Nurse Network

Eloise was one of the first healthcare professionals to bring a clinical dosing regimen to the cannabis space. In 2019, she was elected President of the American Cannabis Nurses Association and will serve through 2022.

Eloise is the current assistant chair for the Medical Cannabis Certificate Program at Pacific College Health and Sciences where she co-developed the certificate program for healthcare professionals and cannabis industry professionals.

In 2019, Eloise co-authored Pain Free with CBD: Everything You Need to Know to Safely and Effectively Use Cannabidiol with Alice O’Leary Randall. She also contributed a chapter in Dr. Carey Clark’s Cannabis Handbook for Nurses.

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