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Medical Cannabis for Lawyers | Houston Sugarland

 MEDICAL CANNABIS COURSE 

FOR LAWYERS AND LEGAL PROFESSIONALS

Five week courses for Lawyers interested in integrating medical cannabis as part of their business!

 

THE LAW IS MORE COMMITTED THAN EVER TO HELP PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC ILLNESSES

5 Week Courses at:

January 25th

9am - 12pm

Houston Community College

1600 Texas Parkway

Missouri City, TX 77489

MOCC Building Rm 102

HOUSTON

MODULES CONTENT:

  • Historical journey through the past of cannabis and hemp.
  • Federal and State laws applicable to medical practices, starting your business, investing and financing. 
    and
  • What is a medical cannabis dispensary.
  • Dispensary technician and their legal obligations.
  • The Biochemistry of Cannabis.
  • Medicinal uses of cannabis, its applications and dosifications 
  • Functions of the endocannabinoid system in the body
     and
  • Good practices to obtain a successful cultivation of hemp and medicinal cannabis.
  • Good practices for precise harvest and cannabis pruning.
  • Principles of pharmacology its applications and methodologies
  • Influence of cannabis biochemistry on the central nervous system   
    and
  • What you should know about cloning cannabis and hemp
  • Vegetative stage. The beginning of the life of cannabis
  • Cannabis use and abuse through lack of knowledge 
  • Administration and dosage of cannabis medications
  • Intellectual property product lawsuits, case studies, federal courts, RICO LAW
     and
  • Medicinal cannabis as a source for a better quality of life
  • Flowering stage. The secret to obtaining exuberant harvests
  • Chemical composition of the cannabis plant
  • Good practices for cannabis processing laboratories
  • Extraction of quality oil   
     and
  • The commercial market for cannabis derivatives 
  • Good practices for the manufacture of cannabis product
OVER 12 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

Call us: +1 817 528 2475 

             +1 832 777 3672

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