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Free Livestreaming Class on Autoimmune & Cannabis by Dr. Ross

/Free Livestreaming Class on Autoimmune & Cannabis by Dr. Ross

Free Livestreaming Class on Autoimmune & Cannabis by Dr. Ross

2018-03-01 18:00 - 19:30

Hosted by IMPACT Network

 Thursday, March 1 at 6 PM – 7:30 PM MST
Denver, Colorado

IMPACT Network founder Dr. Michele Ross has partnered with Green Flower Media to offer a FREE live-streaming class on Autoimmune Disorders & Cannabis on March 1st! Register here:

Michele Ross, PhD is a neuroscientist who’s led some of Green Flower’s most popular courses on Brain Health and Cannabis. In this class, she’ll delve into the ways cannabis can be used to treat various autoimmune disorders.

Beginning with an overview of the body’s largest neurotransmitter network, the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) Michele will illustrate how cannabis interacts with this system to maintain homeostatic health and balance.

She’ll also break down the different compounds and components of cannabis, why they’re safer than opiates and other pharmaceuticals, and the various ways they can be ingested – including why raw cannabis is gaining prominence in treating autoimmune conditions.

You’ll discover new insights and promising breakthroughs toward the treatment of these disorders as Dr. Ross covers:

-Introduction and exploration of the Endocannabinoid System.
-Components of cannabis including cannabinoids and terpenes.
-Why cannabis is safer than opiates and how it can be considered an “exit” drug.
-How cannabis is used for Multiple Sclerosis.
-Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis with cannabis.
-How cannabis can be used to treat Lupus.
-How cannabis is used for Fibromyalgia.

Dr. Ross also presents guidelines for further research and pharmaceutical development into the use of cannabis to treat, inhibit and possibly prevent the onset of autoimmune disorders and why physicians and disease nonprofit organizations need to step up educational initiatives to explore cannabis as a safer, more effective alternative.

This promises to be another insightful and information-packed presentation, so mark your calendars and register now.