Dr. Carlie Bell-Biggins attended The Ohio State University on a full academic scholarship for her undergraduate education before attending Sonoran University in Tempe, Arizona, where she obtained her Naturopathic Medical Doctoral degree in 2008. She incorporates cannabinoid medicine into her holistic medical practice where she has educated patients on the medical use of cannabinoids and certified patients for their medicinal cannabis cards for nearly a decade.
Dr. Bell-Biggins has written both didactic and clinical health care curriculum as a medical program director and managed medical faculty for various college’s health and wellness programs. She travels to lecture on various health care topics as an expert in the endocannabinoid system and cannabinoid medicine and is a leading voice in holistic health practices.
Having over 17 years of experience in adult education, Dr. Carlie is passionate for educating the community about healthy lifestyle choices and natural health remedies. Dr. Bell-Biggins is a member of the Association for Cannabis Health Equity and Medicine (ACHEM). ACHEM is a professional medical association for BIPOC healthcare professionals and students active or interested in cannabinoid medicine and health equity.
As a freelance writer, Dr. Carlie is a contributing author for several national and international publications on topics including the health benefits of cannabis, natural health therapies, wellness trends, healthy lifestyle choices, and more. Carlie offers her educational expertise in a volunteer capacity throughout her community. She presents Wellness Wednesday talks for a senior living center and delivers health focused presentations for a ministry providing housing assistance for homeless citizens.