The American Medical Association has called on the federal government to consider facilitating clinical research and the development of cannabinoid based medications.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) January 16, 2014
In May, 2013 Ohio's Representative Bob Hagan, introduced a bill HB 153 ( http://www.legislature.state.oh.us/BillText129/129_HB_153_EN_N.html ), which will allow seriously ill patients to obtain the palliative relief provided by medical marijuana. Science is quickly proving that cannabis may be the world's most beneficial medical plant. Rep. Hagan's legislation will allow patient's to use and grow cannabis, or designate a caregiver to grow their medicine for them. Ohio's medical marijuana program is patterned quite similarly to that of the 20 other states that have legal medical marijuana programs. Rep. Hagan also introduced Resolution HJR 6 which envisions a taxed and regulated system similar to what is currently in place for alcohol. The efficacy of medical marijuana can no longer be denied. There are a wealth of scientific studies, supported by clinicians and physicians, that medical marijuana is much more effective and less toxic then allopathic medicine. This represents a historically unprecedented business opportunity for medical marijuana entrepreneurs in Ohio to capitalize on legally accessing a treasure trove of information on laws and regulations by attending CCI's Cincinnati's January 19th, 2014 school. The quickness with which states are legalizing medical marijuana clearly shows the field is undergoing unprecedented growth and that a variety of medical marijuana related businesses will flourish greatly. CCI is in the vanguard of offering state-specific information on medical marijuana entrepreneurship business opportunities in full compliance with the prevailing laws of that particular state. CCI has successfully conducted classes and graduated several hundred medical marijuana entrepreneurs in Arizona, California, Illinois, New Jersey Nevada, Massachusetts, and Washington State. The American Medical Association has called on the federal government to consider facilitating clinical research and the development of cannabinoid based medications. Prestigious medical organizations such as the American Academy of family Physicians, the American Public Health Association, Kaiser Permanente and the New England Journal of Medicine have all advocated for prescriptive access to medical marijuana. Conservatively speaking, according to Robert Calkin, one of the nation's premier medical marijuana experts, and founder and CEO of CCI (and one of the school's instructors), the average dedicated and focused dispensary owner that lawfully grows and distributes medical marijuana can potentially earn upwards of $10,000 per day and an average master grower can realize $250,000 a year. Profits like this can be easily achieved, if a person possesses a thorough understanding of the legal framework as well as diligently applies the knowledge they will gain by attending the school. The Cannabis Career Institute offers educational classes and nationally recognized instructors guiding prospective medical marijuana business owners in the art and science of establishing and maintaining successful, legal delivery and dispensary businesses. Our classes focus on the latest, legal and compliance aspects, marketing, operating, budgeting, growing, cooking and more. CCI has been launching full-range medical marijuana classes throughout the nation for over five years. taught by highly knowledgable instructors, students will be armed with the knowledge they need to open and run their own legal medical marijuana businesses. The enrollment fee is $299. This may seem like a lot for a day's worth of instruction, but consulting with an attorney for just an hour can be $300. There will be at least five medical cannabis industry experts at this class, sometimes as many as ten or more. All of these experts will empower you with the necessary knowledge you need to achieve a thriving business. The all-day school will be held on Sunday, January 19th, 2014 at the Comfort Suites Cincinnati Airport, 775 Petersburg Road, Hebron KY. Classes are from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Entrepreneurs and students will get a very solid foundation in learning the principles required to establish a successful business. Additionally, they will personally meet and engage with leading experts in the medical marijuana field such as accountants, attorneys, grow experts and edibles and strain experts. Students also have the option of purchasing the accompanying textbook, as well as a wealth of training materials at the class and on-line. Class size is very limited. Please enroll now at http://www.CannabisCareerInstitute.com or by calling (800) 753-2240.About Cannabis Career Institute (CCI) Cannabis Career Institute (CCI), http://www.CannabisCareerInstitute.com was founded in March, 2008 by Robert Calkin, and is now the second oldest school in the nation. There are over 1500 successful graduates, currently hailing from at least 10 U.S. cities, including Sacramento, Phoenix, Chicago, Boston, Seattle, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. CCI is experiencing phenomenal growth this year. We are planning on launching medicine marijuana curriculum in 30 or more U.S., Canadian and Caribbean and South American cities. The content of our curriculum is based of stellar levels of expertise throughly grounded in the most current laws and regulations. More then just emphasizing the delivery of medical marijuana, CCI classes are focused on providing a comprehensive and complete medical marijuana business education - incorporating legal aspects, dispensary business planning and the marketing principles necessary to be successful in this burgeoning industry. CCI makes you self-reliant as well as completely compliant with the prevailing medical marijuana laws of Ohio.