History of America Cannabis

In this section of your program we will cover legal history of cannabis in the United States relates to the regulation of cannabis use for medical or recreational purposes in the United States. Regulation of Cannabis sativa began as early as 1619. Increased restrictions and labeling of cannabis as a poison began in many states from 1906 onward, and outright prohibitions began in the 1920s. By the mid-1930s Cannabis was regulated as a drug in every state, including 35 states that adopted the Uniform State Narcotic Drug Act.

Cannabis Business Opportunities 

Every entrepreneur dreams of discovering an untapped market where they can start with a low investment and build a huge business. If that’s you, consider the evolving legal cannabis industry.This sector of business in America is growing faster than the cannabis under grow lights.The best part is, cannabis is now legal for medical use in just 24 of the 50 states, and will soon be legal for recreational use in four.

How to Open a Dispensary & Delivery Service

In this section of your program, we will go over in detail everything you need to do to successfully run the day-to-day operations of a medical cannabis dispensary. From advertising to inventory control, to taxes and accounting, this course is jam-packed with all the information you need for running your medical marijuana dispensary., we will help guide you the entire day-to-day operations of a medical marijuana delivery service.

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           Medical Cannabis Lectures Include:

Cannabis as Medicine

Medical cannabis can be administered using a variety of methods, including vaporizing or smoking dried buds, eating extracts, talking capsules or using oral sprays. Synthetic cannabinoids are available as prescription drugs in some countries; examples include; dronabinol and nabilone.


Online Lectures

Endocannabinoid System

In this section of your program we will show the endocannabinoid system has been studied using genetic and pharmacological methods. These studies have revealed that cannabinoids act as neuromodulators for a variety of processes, including motor learning, appetite, and pain sensation, among other cognitive and physical processes.

Cannabis Laws & Regulations

Legal  Federal Vs State Law

An important introduction to the legal issues surrounding medical cannabis and the cannabis industry. Learn about the laws that govern cannabis distribution, cultivation, possession, and consumption for adults and medical patients. Have your questions answered by prominent cannabis lawyers, many of which helped write the law. What’s the difference between state & federal law and what does that mean for you? Learn how to behave safely and responsibly under State and Federal Law.

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How to Grow Medical Cannabis

In this section of your program you will learn secret techniques of West Coast Masters, including transplanting, feeding and watering, training your plants and controlling pest. Even if you have prior experience with growing we still recommend that you attend. The West Coast Masters have come up with some variations and new techniques that can make a big impact on the size and health of your plants.

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Live Lectures

Cannabis Cooking & Extractions

Stir Cooking School offers a “Stoner Bowl Cooking Class” for adults seeking to tweak their cooking techniques to add marijuana into meals from a professional chef! These  cooking classes enable students to make mouth-watering cannabis-infused dishes. Students are specifically trained how to cook with cannabis and learn the correct cannabis oil breakdown.
This is your chance to learn to, make-at-home’ thc extraction cannabis  oil processes that can be incorporated into any recipe. Learn cannabis terminology, dosage conversion processes and slow-cook decarboxylation.
You’ll enjoy creating infused cannabis appetizers, entree, and dessert.