The Republican Presidential candidates are in New Hampshire drumming up support, and the Students for a Sensible Drug Policy have been drilling them for answers on drug policy. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney was confronted by SSDP members, and essentially had no answers on the drug question - other than to check the non-existant discussion about it on his website.
If you've been following our other stories, we had recently reported Romney's inability to form a sentence about marijuana policy.
"Excuse me, governor, do you think the drug war is working," asked an SSDP member at Romney's January 9th Bedrock Rally. Romney took a few steps away, returned, and answered, "it's a long, long question...that deserves a full answer, and not just in a photo line like this. So come, look on my website. You'll see my answer."
A recent study published by the American Journal of Epidemiology posits that smoking medical marijuana appeared to improve 'cognitive functioning' among middle aged men that participated in the study.
Cannabis Training University (CTU), the world leader in online medical marijuana education, has released the most comprehensive and affordable online medical marijuana education program available. For only $199 at http://www.theCTU.com, students can enroll for 6 online video courses and receive their CTU Medical Marijuana Industry Certificate.
Cannabis Training University (CTU), the world leader in online medical marijuana education, has released the most comprehensive and affordable online medical marijuana education program available. No longer must students travel to California for quality education and information on medical marijuana. CTU’s informative and entertaining video courses allow students from anywhere in the world to learn about the medical marijuana industry. Courses can be taken from the comfort of home, and are available 24 hours a day,365 days a year on all mobile devices, including tablets and smart phones.
CTU’s series of video courses cover the entire scope of the medical marijuana industry and are appropriate for beginner to advanced students. Courses currently available online include: medical marijuana laws and regulations, medical marijuana growing techniques, opening and managing a medical marijuana dispensary or delivery service, marijuana cooking & extraction methods, marijuana as a medicine, and bud-tender training.
CTU courses take students inside the day- to-day operations of medical marijuana dispensaries and other cannabis businesses for a “behind the counter” look at how they are supposed to be operated in accordance with state laws.
Medical marijuana patients share their experiences using marijuana as a medicine and world-leading physicians reveal their latest findings in studies of marijuana including as a potential cure for certain cancers.
CTU online instructors include industry-leading Horticulturists, Lawyers, Doctors, Dispensary Owners, Bud-tenders, Executive Chefs, and other Cannabis industry entrepreneurs.
Following successful completion of an optional online exam, students can earn their “CTU Medical Marijuana Industry Certificate" The CTU certificate program is the first of its kind to cover such a broad range of topics online.
Medical marijuana has recently been the source of a great deal of debate and discussion. "There has been a tremendous demand from people interested in learning about this exciting, and still controversial industry” said CTU President JC Zorn. “CTU provides students with real world information so they can decide for themselves if this is an industry they want to enter. Whether or not you are looking to enter the cannabusiness, our online series is a must-see for anyone interested in using marijuana as medicine, cooking with marijuana or growing it themselves.”
CTU’s current online offering consists of 6 classes including over 9 hours of online video instruction, The entire series including the CTU Medical Marijuana Industry Certificate is available for only $199. Students may also purchase classes individually.
Enroll now or learn more at http://www.theCTU.com
"A recent study by the University of California in San Diego, California and the Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research about medical cannabis found that inhaled marijuana stimulated appetite hormones in adult HIV and AIDS patients, according to PRWEB.