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Michael Sutton

Michael Sutton

Posted by admin on Dec 18, 2016

Michael Sutton is a pioneer in this cannabis movement and has been since 2009; Sutton first learned of the healing powers of Cannabis back in ’94 while doing extensive research for his Emmy-nominated portrayal of “Stone Cates” on ABC’s General Hospital. Stone took the shows six million viewers through a groundbreaking emotional rollercoaster ride battling HIV and Aids for the first time on network television. General Hospital won the Daytime EMMY, and Sutton learned first hand that cannabis was indeed a medicine. Through filming a parallel ABC documentary called “Positive A Journey into Aids,” which chronicled Sutton’s research for the role, allowing him access to AIDS hospices, doctors, nurses and patients. Sutton repeatedly was told in conducting weekly interviews with patients how if it were not for cannabis patients could NOT manage their pain, nausea from other trial prescription drugs like AZT nor regain their appetite. Patients swore to him by their cannabis. It was with that learned insight that allowed Sutton to be receptive to partnering with a best friend, NBA star Cuttino Mobley who pioneered them into this new healing frontier. Together Mobley and Sutton have secured the most state licenses on the East Coast (5 in total) Four in the State of Maine – Wellness Connection, in the cities of Brewer, Portland, Hallowell and Thomaston and one in Rhode Island – Summit Compassion Center in Warwick. Sutton is also a founding partner of Humboldt Indoor, Humboldt outdoor and Humboldt Extractions