Medical Marijuana For TBI Online Course

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medical marijuana for TBI online course

1 Hour Course: $29


Learn How Marijuana Helps Traumatic Brain Injuries, or TBI

  • One hour online course
  • About Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Common causes of TBI’s and traditional treatments
  • Symptoms and statistics of TBI’s
  • Rising concern of TBI’s in the NFL
  • What peer reviewed research indicates about TBI’s and medical marijuana

Course Description

In this one-hour module, you will learn about Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI’s) and how research is showing that medical marijuana can have a positive effect on brain injuries.

Traumatic brain injury (TBI), a form of acquired brain injury, occurs when a sudden trauma causes damage to the brain. TBI can result when the head suddenly and violently hits an object, when an object pierces the skull and enters brain tissue, as well as environmental damage, such as chemicals and disease.

Did you know that men were nearly three times as likely to die from TBI’s as women? Do you know the leading causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries? Do you know why medical marijuana helps alleviate the swelling associated with Traumatic Brain Injuries?

The online education course, begins with a video from world renowned and respected researcher, Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, who discovered THC in 1964. In an interview with Medical Marijuana 411, he discusses his findings concerning the CB1 and CB2 receptors and how they interact with our own physical chemistry. He discusses why those receptors are critical in healing and how each of the receptors perform in regard to healing. He talks about how cannabis works within your body and brain to provide relief from TBI symptoms.

Other subjects include: scientific research about the cannabis plant, and an overview of The Entourage Effect. Recent news about the NFL, and the increase of Traumatic Brain Injuries of NFL players are also part of the course.

Additional research, definitions and statistics related to Traumatic Brain Injuries will also be presented.

Downloadable content, infographics on the Endocannabinoid System and two different scans of brain trauma are also included in the course.

Program Experts

Dr. Raphael Mechoulam

Dr. Raphael Mechoulam

For the introductory course to Traumatic Brain Injuries, Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, discusses with Medical Marijuana 411, how our CB1 and CB2 receptors work within our bodies.

With all of the Medical Marijuana 411 online courses, each course features multiple experts and peer-reviewed scientific research as the basis of the online course. Several studies have demonstrated neuroprotective effects of cannabinoids. The objective of the studies was to establish a relationship between the presence of a positive toxicology screen for tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and mortality after TBI. The study findings and support documents are all included with this course.

Our Team Of Experts

Course Materials


  • Traumatic Brain Injury Introduction
  • Dr. Raphael Mechoulam – Bio
  • Dr. Raphael Mechoulam – Video
  • Dr. Mechoulam’s Cannabis Research
  • Entourage Effect
  • CBD Overview
  • Anandamide and 2-AG
  • The Endocannabinoid System – Infographic
  • Traditional Treatment of TBI
  • Medical Studies on Marijuana and TBI
  • TBI Study
  • Traumatic Brain Injury and the NFL
  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) – Infographic
  • Diffuse Axonal Injury (DAI) – Infographic
  • Historical overview of chemical research on cannabinoids – Whitepaper

What's Included

  • Instant access to all course materials
  • Printable and downloadable infographics
  • All research materials used for the online course
  • Lifetime, unlimited access
  • 24/7 access
  • No time limits
  • Start anytime
  • Work on your own time and at your own pace
  • Affordably priced
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