Kari Taylor, Founder of Fractal Farmacy, is a Cannabis Consultant, Certified Detoxification Specialist, Iridologist and “High Yoga” Instructor. She is a committed patient advocate and advisor, with the privilege of empowering people to take charge of their health through holistic and natural medicine solutions.
After years of visiting practitioners of all kinds in an effort to resolve her own health concerns, Kari began looking for natural solutions to chronic illness. Finding herself sicker than ever, and with empty pockets, she was driven to the internet to find a path that would work for her.
Kari found Dr. Robert Morse, and Dr. Robert Cassar. Her journey into raw foods and detoxification began and empowered her to take back her health. Navigating the road to wellness was not always easy, and she saw herself, and many clients struggling with rigid protocols and slow progress.
She noticed that patients utilizing cannabis were achieving amazing healing results, without years of dedication to strict protocols. Many of the cancer patients were receiving chemotherapy and radiation, consuming toxic substances, and taking extracts from the cannabis plant were still finding relief, and healing… She saw an opportunity to combine food, herbalism, and cannabis to create protocols that would speed the healing and regeneration of the body.
While working in the Medical Cannabis Markets, Kari bridged the gap between the Doctor’s recommendation and finding appropriate forms of administration for patients. In many cases, she found herself crafting custom medicine that would better serve her clients, earning her the name “ApotheKari”. With consistent feedback from patients, Kari was able to develop premium herbal products unlike anything else currently available in the cannabis industry.
Kari obtained her certification from the International School of Detoxification, and assists patients (including many celebrities) throughout the United States, and Internationally. Kari also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from St. Cloud State University.