Rich Extracts presents

The 2nd Annual Hawaii Cannabis Expo

February 10,11, and 12, 2017

at the Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibition Hall ~ 777 Ward Ave.  Honolulu, Hawaii

In its second year at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall, the Hawaii Cannabis Expo aims to educate the public on the myriad of potential benefits offered by the cannabis plant and provide attendees with accurate information on how to safely access cannabis in Hawaii as a registered patient.

TRADE SHOW: The 3-day event features patient education and information alongside an industry trade show of patient services, wellness products, home-growing tools, accessories and lifestyle merchandise. See the list here.

DOCTORS / NURSES: In addition to general information for the public, Medical trainers, Patients Out of Time will offer continuing education courses offered for doctors and nurses who wish to receive continuing education credits through training from national and international medical marijuana experts. These classes have been submitted to the submitted to the Virginia Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint partnership of University of California, San Francisco.

FREE PUBLIC INFORMATION SEMINARS: The Hawaii Cannabis Expo has confirmed presentations by master growers, researchers, advocates and experts in the medical cannabis field including;

Dr. Donald Abrams, MD – Cancer and integrative medicine specialist at the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Mount Zion.
Dr. Cristina Sánchez, PhD – Complutense University, Dept. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology I, School of Biology Madrid, Spain
Dr. Joe Goldstrich, MD – FACC, Medical Director Zelda Therapeutics West Des Moines, IA
Mara Gordon, Director -Aunt Zelda’s, Inc / Zelda Therapeutics Bodega Bay, CA
Mary Lynn Mathre – President and Co-founder of Patients Out of Time, President and Founding member of the American Cannabis Nurses Association (ACNA).

Wendy Gibson – Field Organizer, The Drug Policy Forum and of Hawaii
Ed Rosenthal – Legendary Grower, Horticulturist & Author
Martin Lee, Project CBD
Captain Kirk Reid – 2011 High Times Medical Edibles Cup Winner “Knowing the different concentrates used Edibles today and why?”
Dru West – High Times Cannabis Cup Judge, Master Grower and Author
Dan Lubkeman – Hydroponic Society of America
Ed Cateriano – Former LAPD

JOB TRAINING: For those who are seeking employment in Hawaii’s emerging medical marijuana industry, The Cannabis Career Institute will be providing classes on cultivation, strain selection and budtending.

GLASS: Live glass blowing demonstrations by Jerome Baker, Sugar Mill Glass, OG Tubes and Black Sands Glass.


MEDIA PARTNERS: Nugglife radio hosted by Medicinal Mike, Blazin’ with Bobby Black, Sly Vegas Photography and the Dabstars.


The Hawaii Cannabis Expo is restricted to adults 18 years and older. Children 17 and under must be accompanied by a parent.

Buy your tickets ahead of time online or at the BLAISDELL BOX OFFICE

BEST VALUE: $20 3-day pass

Friday February 10th from 5p-8p for $5 – PREVIEW DAY

Saturday February 11th from 10am – 7pm — $15 each day

Sunday February 12th from 10am-5pm – $15 each day  


The Hawaii Cannabis Expo aims to educate the public on the myriad of potential benefits offered by the Cannabis plant and provide attendees with accurate information on how to safely access cannabis in Hawaii as a registered patient. If you need more information on receiving your State of Hawaii 329 registration card, More information from the Department of Health can be found HERE.


Since the year 2000, Hawaii Legislators created the Medical Use of Marijuana Program. Qualifying conditions include: cancer, glaucoma, HIV (+) status, chronic or debilitating disease: Severe pain, severe nausea, seizures (epilepsy), severe & persistent muscle spasms (from Multiple Sclerosis or Crohn’s Disease), severe weakness, malnutrition or weight loss. Effective January 1, 2015, the Hawaii’s Medical Use of Marijuana Program was transferred from the Department of Public Safety to the Department of Health, according to Act 177. The state’s Department of Health will develop administrative rules, including licensing application criteria and regulations, for a medical marijuana dispensary system. Applications will be accepted beginning early 2016. Hawaii has issued eight dispensary licenses and these owners may begin selling medical Cannabis to registered patients soon, according to the Department of Health.