This online course will take 5 hours to complete.
The American Academy of Pain Medicine estimates that over 100 million Americans currently suffer from chronic pain. Often the solution provided by modern medicine is over the counter or prescription pain medicine.
In 2014 alone, the National Center for Health Statistics reported that over 18,000 Americans died from opiates alone. It is no wonder that patients would seek out other less addictive and non-lethal options such as cannabis.
can be an effective pain management tool, which has been shown to have been used by humans for over 6,000 years. Join us as we look into the inner workings of cannabis related to human bodies.
Learn how our body recognizes and uses cannabis. Distinguish between acute and chronic pain and discuss some of the historical approaches to pain.
Discover why whole plant chemistry can be an effective pain management tool, and might be a better answer to pain than modern synthesized single compound medicines.
Become prepared to guide people who are currently working with their healthcare professionals, in how they can best use cannabis as a helpful way to relieve their pain.
NOTE: This course is online and self-paced. It has open enrollment; you can register throughout the quarter up to two weeks before the last day of the quarter. You will receive online access within three business days after registration.
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By the end of the course, you'll be able to: