Cannabis Tolerance & Impairment Complexities

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Estimated Time: 1 hr

Difficulty: Intermediate

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Cannabis Tolerance & Impairment Complexities with Max

What is the Cannabis Tolerance & Impairment Complexities Lecture about?
From South America to North America cannabis is becoming decriminalized, medicalized, and legalized rapidly. Governments, the public, schools, and the professional world are quickly changing laws, policy, and regulations to manage this new acceptance. Cannabis, its products, and how it affects people are more complex than most drugs and pharmaceuticals. Being able to understand how and why cannabis spans from non-psychoactive to psychedelic and how to measure its effectiveness and impairment is critical in today’s world.

Discussion Topics: The cannabis plant, speciation, geography, plant types, trichomes, cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, how cannabis works as a medicine or drug, the different effects cannabis and it’s products produce, what is tolerance and how does it work, can you tell if someone is high, does a positive drug test mean the person is intoxicated, 11-nor-9-carboxy THC vs. Delta-9-THC, THC DUIS’s, the HGN, cannabis blood/saliva/roadside/multi-cognitive/tolerance impairment testing video and data, can cannabis help some people work better, the difference between Adderall and stimulating cannabis types, is cannabis okay to use in the workplace?

Who should see this presentation?
Anyone who needs to better understand the complexities of cannabis products and how they affect people chemically and in so many different ways. This presentation goes in-depth with how cannabis tolerance and inebriation fluctuates dramatically for different types of people. We cover many different methods to test someone’s inebriation to cannabis and how across the board the results always are. Lastly we discuss reasons why cannabis is and isn’t okay in the workplace. This presentation is great for physicians, nurses, healthcare professionals, law enforcement and safety agencies, drug testing facilities, schools, cannabis patients or MMJ parents.