Cannabis Education Is More Important Now Than Ever, Here’s Why

People need to be informed about cannabis, the industry that surrounds it, and how it interacts with their bodies.

Cannabis is a complex plant with a remarkably rich chemical profile. There’s relatively little available research into its effects and interactions with the human body. This is because it produces many different cannabinoids that all affect the human body in various ways. THC and CBD are the most well-known, but there are also approximately 120 other cannabinoid compounds. It’s really important to learn and understand these different cannabinoids, and how they interact with your endocannabinoid system. This is why as we push forward into this new industry, education will remain to be incredibly important.

The most important thing to remember is that being in this industry means you have the responsibility of educating consumers about this fascinating and complex plant. For those interested in being successful, it’s important to be educated on the plant and its many intricacies because the cannabis experience varies so much from individual to individual. It helps to know what you are talking about when it comes to cannabis in order to help consumers have a positive experience.

The cannabis industry is booming now, and as the laws change around the world, more people are turning to cannabis as a career path and, in turn, are looking for places to get a proper education in order to get their foot in the door. This means that soon, some form of higher education may soon be a standard to enter the industry.

The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy became the first US higher education institution to offer a program dedicated to the science and therapeutics of medical cannabis. The university enrolled 150 students into the program, which explores the cannabis plant, clinical care, science, and policy. The classes are online, but students must also attend in-person components a few times throughout the two-year program.

A big problem in the cannabis industry is that there are so many unregulated cannabis products on the market. In the most basic sense, the benefits of having regulations on products are that they protect the consumer. Lack of regulations on products can cause numerous cases of illness and in the worst case, death.

It makes sense, cannabis is something that people consume, and if more people are going to be taking it as a supplement to their diet or as a medical treatment for a condition, it should certainly have all the safety regulations in place.

Many people who are working in the cannabis industry are by no means medical professionals, nor should they be held to the standards of medical professionals. However, when you are explaining to someone about a supplement that will that go into their body, it’s extremely important to know what you’re talking about.

There are many options online for cannabis education, but it is important to find a credible organization. Medical Cannabis Mentor is notable for being founded and operated by Joe Dolce, Former Magazine Editor and Author of “Brave New Weed.”

Medical Cannabis Mentor offers a broad spectrum of informative classes to help those working in the industry stay updated as this market. I’ve completed the cannabis therapeutics course with them, and I have to say that they offer the latest research and guidelines in clear and engaging formats. The courses they offer help not only professionals working in the industry but also individuals who are curious about cannabis make informed treatment decisions.

Educational companies like Medical Cannabis Mentor can help you become an expert on all things cannabis and be prepared for the complex and difficult questions that may come your way.

Whether you are taking an online course or not, it’s important to continue your education on cannabis because an incredible amount of new research and information is coming out day by day. Keeping updated will greatly help you when deciding how to incorporate cannabis into your life.

Cannabis connoisseur | Philly native | based in Berlin, Germany