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Our mission is to provide a safe environment where medical marijuana patients can meet for education and information on state and federal laws and local policies, patient rights and responsibilities, the science related to cannabinoids and how they affect the body, and the horticulture of cannabis.

We are committed to teaching our students to become self-sufficient and helping them to realize their goals.

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The university offers courses on:

Legal

Students will examine current state and federal laws impacting medical cannabis patients and the cannabis industry. Learn how to live legally, safely, and responsibly under Washington State Laws. Learn about the laws that regulate and govern medical cannabis in Washington State.

  • Patients rights and responsibilities
  • Horticulture and cultivation
  • Care providers
  • Co-ops, collectives, and dispensaries

Lecture presented by medical cannabis defense attorney, David Miller. The Presentation includes question and answer session to ensure that each student has a complete and comprehensive understanding of legal issues and the laws that impact patients.

*There is no charge for this course to Basic and Advanced students. However, this course is a prerequisite for Horticulture courses.

History of Cannabis

Where cannabis originated and how it has been used. Know the differences between Sativa, Indica, Ruderalis, and Afghani. Students will be taught a detailed overview of United States political and legal decisions that affect the cannabis industry today.

*There is no charge for this course.

Cannabis Health and Science

Learn the science of cannabis and how it affects your body and mind. Learn how cannabis can provide relief for various medical conditions and the how and why cannabis works in the human body. Learn the specific science of cannabis and the unique ingredients of marijuana chemistry such as THC and the other 30 plus cannabinoids present in this miracle plant.

Get the facts on the best methods to ingest this medicine and the different forms in which it may be used to provide relief for specific ailments and therapeutic uses.

Cooking with Cannabis

Our experienced chef will instruct you in various techniques for cooking with marijuana. Discover how to achieve consistent dosage in your edibles and produce the highest quality foods from brownies to meatloaf.

Our chef will guide students in selecting ingredients for specific recipes. Learn the various cannabis extraction methods and how to best utilize these in various forms of cooking.

Know when to use sativa, indica, or a combination of the two in order to achieve your desired results. Students will learn how to utilize cannabis to make medical salad dressings to main course meals including desserts.

Methods of Ingestion

Students will explore the various ways in which to use this medication and learn the intricacies of each. Some of the ingestion methods discussed will include: joints, water pipes, vaporizers, edibles, and salves. This course will advise students about advantages and disadvantages of each method.

Getting the most out of your cannabis

Did you know that one pound of trim (not bud) can yield an ounce or more of high quality hash?

Students will learn how to make hash, kief, tinctures, oils and more. Find our how to utilize and store to maximize your medicine.

Horticulture *Prerequisite: Legal course

    Indoor Growing; Basic and Advanced Courses Available

  • Indoor Grow Room Construction: Students will be taught how to design and construct their grow room specific to their individual needs. Learn important considerations to be aware of before you start.
  • Methods of growing
    • Indoor/Outdoor
    • Organic/Non organic
    • Planting mediums (soil)
    • Hydroponic
    • Aeroponic
    • Etc.
  • Selecting your strains and varieties What will best meet your needs and grow room constraints.
  • Starting from seed
  • Starting with clones
  • Taking cuttings or clones (propagation)
  • Vegetative Growth
  • Flowering Phases
    • Required nutrient levels
    • Pruning
    • Bending
    • Super Cropping
  • Nutrients and PH
  • Conditions for optimal plant growth. This will include water and room temperature, ventilation, CO2, Humidity, Lights, etc.
  • Safety
  • Trouble Shooting. Learn about pests, nutrient deficiencies, diseases, stressors, and solutions to them.

Harvesting, Drying, Curing, and Storage

  • Tips and tricks prior to harvesting
  • Flushing
  • Know when to harvest
  • Drying
  • Trimming
  • Storage
    • For a few months
    • For a few years

Advocacy

The war on drugs is a failure. Learn how to participate in the political process, pushing for sensible policies to achieve a safer and more just future.

Students will gain experience in everything from grassroots activism and campaign management to event planning and lobbying.


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127 West Boone Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201

(On the corner of Boone and Normandy)

Please call 509-998-3405 for more information.




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