Hauser was named president of Organic Remedies when it was founded four years ago.
His passion is working with his team as they help people improve their health and wellness. Hauser said he’s extremely proud of the company’s passionate team whose sole purpose is focused on helping patients improve their lives through the medicinal benefits of medical marijuana, while also advancing the therapeutic science of cannabis.
To date, the company has provided a fulfilling livelihood for more than 300 employees who are supporting more than 30,000 patients on their wellness journey.
Hauser said he is inspired every day as he works with patients who are able to manage their health conditions through medical marijuana.
“Every day, I see amazing patient outcomes and improved quality of life. I have had patients tell me that they are finally pain free after years of chronic pain, or who are able to manage their PTSD. Parents have told me their child with epilepsy has less seizures. Helping patients is why I became a pharmacist and why I continue in this industry,” he said.
The medical marijuana industry is constantly changing as state and federal laws change, the therapeutic products change, and the research garners more knowledge about the amazing benefits of cannabis.
“This is what is so exciting about this industry. The more we learn about the medicinal benefits of medical marijuana, the more we realize there is so much more to understand. The industry is growing at a tremendous pace, as more patients realize the medicinal benefits of medical marijuana,” Hauser said.
He believes that success not defined by popularity or financial means, but rather measured by a person’s character, empathy and willingness to help those in need. Hauser said he is so fortunate to work with an amazing team of like-minded people who feel the same and sincerely want to help others live their best life.
“Every day is rewarding for me as I see our passionate team helping patients find relief from serious medical conditions through medical marijuana therapies,” he said.