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Boston Do You Love Weed? Learn To Grow A Medical Marijuana Business

 

Have you ever wanted to get involved in the medical marijuana industry, but just weren’t sure how to go about it? Well the good people over at Cannabis Career Institute are headed to the Boston area on January 5th, 2013 — at the Hilton, right next to Logan Airport. The seminar hosted by Cannajobs will offer pro-pot people, along the on the Eastern seaboard, their first peek into the dank and sticky world of marketing a marijuana business, creating a progressive marijuana business models and navigating the complex corporation and tax structures. This Boston marijuana seminar will concentrate on providing an easy to follow, step by step guide – from seed germination, to cultivation, to harvest. Everything an   enthusiastic pot-ential marijuana business person should know before they grow.

 

These seminars emphasis is not only on how to start your own medical marijuana business, but how to grow medical marijuana commercially and privately. Creating edibles and concentrates for patients is also covered. Those who may not want to start their own business will learn how to become a patient, how to qualify for a “bud tending” position, how to identify strains and will receive a Certificate of Completion afterward which will help them gain employment in the field.

 

A plan of action is created specifically for the attendee: whether it is a grow operation, a dispensary, a delivery service for homebound and terminally ill patients, or an edibles kitchen, CCI will help them right then and there by introducing them to the people they need to do the things they can’t do themselves (doctors, lawyers, accountants, insurance agents, website designers, etc.) customizing a step-by-step checklist for them based on their personal timeline and budget.

 

The founder of CCI — Robert Calkin, and medical marijuana jobs site Cannajobs.com, has seen his share of setbacks in the medical marijuana industry. For more than 30 years, he has battled the overwhelming politics involved with creating and growing medical marijuana businesses. Today he remains confident that the curent political smoke will clear, making room for more employment opportunities and economic growth.

 

“For every step forward we take, we are faced with challenges that force us two steps back. Every movement had set backs,” said Calkin. “People need medical marijuana and there are hundreds of thousands of careers to be made out of this industry. No matter what your profession is, there is a place for you.”

 

Earlier this year, Calkin helped form the Med Can Research Group, made up of scientists, anthropologists, journalists and ethnographers studying the economic and social impact medical marijuana dispensaries have on their communities.

 

“The impact that dispensaries have on local businesses, residents, markets and public safety has not been fully documented, so the policies that govern them continue to be based on ideological arguments, subjective criteria, and hypotheticals, rather than on empirical evidence,” said Calkin. “The Med Can Research Group hopes to dispel any myths about this topic with our research efforts.”

 

Calkin’s storied legacy in the cannabis industry began in 1976 when he and fellow activists staged a “smoke in” in The Mall in Washington, DC , where so many other cultural revolutions have broken ground. It was that act of protest that sparked Calkin’s lifelong mission to bring cannabis away from black market trade and into a mainstream industry.

 

As one of the original members of the American Hemp Council in 1988 with Chris Conrad and Jack Herer, Calkin’s activism and entrepreneurial spirit led him to begin creating jobs in the medical marijuana industry. Also in 1988, he opened his own delivery service that is still operating today; Green Dot LA.

 

Since then, he has gone on to become the face of medical marijuana jobs. He founded the Cannabis Career Institute in 2009 and Cannabis State University in 2010. He has also written curriculums for Oakland’s Oaksterdam University, which was the basis for his 2008 cannabis entrepreneurship bible “Starting Your Own Medical Marijuana Delivery Service: The Mobile Caregiver’s Handbook.”

 

In 2011, Calkin created the industry’s leading job listing and business development resource Cannajobs.com, the most comprehensive online source for news and information relating to the medical marijuana industry.

 

“I have helped create and grow literally hundreds of medical marijuana businesses legally,” said Calkin. “I have the knowledge and skills required to do this and my goal is to spread to word to make as many businesses legitimate as possible.”

 

Calkin will be giving these Boston seminars which provide a pathway for those interested in pursuing a cannabis business career. The first is held Jan 5th from 9am to 7 PM and if those interested can’t make that date, a repeat session will be held March 9th.

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United States Patent 6,630,507
Hampson ,   et al. October 7, 2003

Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants 

Abstract

Cannabinoids have been found to have antioxidant properties, unrelated to NMDA receptor antagonism. This new found property makes cannabinoids useful in the treatment and prophylaxis of wide variety of oxidation associated diseases, such as ischemic, age-related, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. The cannabinoids are found to have particular application as neuroprotectants, for example in limiting neurological damage following ischemic insults, such as stroke and trauma, or in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and HIV dementia. Nonpsychoactive cannabinoids, such as cannabidoil, are particularly advantageous to use because they avoid toxicity that is encountered with psychoactive cannabinoids at high doses useful in the method of the present invention. A particular disclosed class of cannabinoids useful as neuroprotective antioxidants is formula (I) wherein the R group is independently selected from the group consisting of H, CH.sub.3, and COCH.sub.3. ##STR1##


Inventors: Hampson; Aidan J. (Irvine, CA), Axelrod; Julius (Rockville, MD), Grimaldi; Maurizio (Bethesda, MD)
Assignee: The United States of America as represented by the Department of Health and Human Services (Washington, DC) 
Appl. No.: 09/674,028
Filed: February 2, 2001
PCT Filed: April 21, 1999
PCT No.: PCT/US99/08769
PCT Pub. No.: WO99/53917
PCT Pub. Date: October 28, 1999

 

What is a  Cannabis Cannabinoid ?

 

Cannabinoids are several terpenophenolic compounds contained in Cannabis (”Cannabis sativa”) and occur naturally within the nervous and natureal defenses of creatures.
 
The larger meaning of pot cannabinoids describes several substances which are structurally associated with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) or that bind to cannabinoid receptors.
 
Caffeine definition includes a number of distinct chemical classes: the classical cannabinoids structurally associated with THC, the nonclassical cannabinoids, the aminoalkylindoles, the eicosanoids associated with the endocannabinoids, 1, quinolines and arylsulphonamides, and extra compounds that don’t fall under these standard classes but bind to cannabinoid receptors.
 
The word ”cannabinoids” also describes a distinctive number of secondary metabolites based in the cannabis plant, which have the effect of the plant’s peculiar medicinal effects.
 
Currently, you will find three general kinds of weed cannabinoids: ”phytocannabinoids” occur distinctively within the cannabis plant ”endogenous cannabinoids” are created within the physiques of humans along with other creatures and ”synthetic cannabinoids” offer a similar experience compounds created inside a laboratory.