Wendy Turner became involved in alternative medicines when her son Coltyn failed all westernized medications prescribed for his Crohn's Disease. After much trial and error, Wendy, Coltyn and her husband Tommy, found the ratio of cannabinoids and terpenes that worked for Coltyn. That formulation became the standard of dosing for Crohn's patients across the world. Wendy and her family's story have been featured in numerous magazine, television and radio features and speaking engagements, including but not limited to: Sensi Magazine, Cannabis Now, Dope, Skunk, MTV, TLC, Weediquette, The Jay Thomas Show on Sirius, MJ for MD's, United Patients Group, and many more. In 2019, after too many doctors stated that there isn't enough research to prove that cannabis relieved Coltyn's inflammation, he decided to create The Coltyn Turner Foundation to raise funds to support research of alternative treatments. Wendy sits as the COO and does all the mom duties for Coltyn to succeed! Wendy also volunteers for Dr. Sue Sisley at the Scottsdale Research Institute. Wendy advocates for patients in many state legislatures and DC, councils patients looking to find relief with cannabis, hosts cannabis related events and has a profound presence on social media.