Cannamom, Kristin Murr-Sloat of AlpinStash
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Tune in to Episode 108 featuring Kristin Murr-Sloat Co-Founder of AlpinStash, small-batch clean cannabis cultivation in Colorado. We discuss Kristin’s journey of utilizing cannabis for a back injury related to playing hockey as a youth. Kristin is candid with us in her journey to becoming a cannamom and all the factors that go into consuming cannabis as a new mom and the stigmas associated with it.
You may remember AlpinStash from an early episode of L&L as we sit down with Co-Founder of AlpinStash, Danny Sloat. Today Kristin handles much of the day to day and compliance matters at AlpinStash and pays special recognition to the small staff that helps keep the business running. As a small, craft cannabis cultivation we discuss the uphill battle with dispensaries and how we see the industry shifting focus to shining light on the growers in the future.
Kristin Murr-Sloat was born and raised in Colorado where she grew up playing hockey. After sustaining a back injury, she began the typical regimen of OTC and pharmaceutical pain remedies. It wasn’t until Murr tried cannabis that she noticed immediate relief. With two years of commercial cannabis bakery experience and a desire to continue paving her way in the emerging cannabis industry, Murr joined AlpinStash, handling logistics and cultivating cannabis along with her husband and AlpinStash co-owner Danny Murr-Sloat. Over the years, the couple have brought their vision of helping people access the highest quality cannabis possible to life. Today, Murr’s also a proud, pro-cannabis mom. AlpinStash is a licensed Colorado-based company known for healthy and beautiful cannabis cultivated using all-natural methods. Small-batch, grown-with-love, hand-trimmed and glass-cured to perfection, AlpinStash is a leader in the craft cannabis movement.
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