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This is an online learning platform with courses associated with specific aspects of the Cannabis plant (e.g., growing, processing, etc.), the biochemistry of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS), and the effect of cannabinoids (CBs) on that system, etc. Green Flower is an excellent platform for every level and aspect of education on the topic of Cannabis.
Project CBD is a website that helps communicate scientific information related to Cannabis in a comprehensive manner.
This is an excellent resource for breaking down scientific studies of Cannabis, cannabinoids, and the Endocannabinoid system (ECS) into language that can be understood by scientists and non-scientists alike.
This is an e-learning online platform for Continued Medical Education (CME) credits for physicians, pharmacists, medical practitioners, etc. in Italy. Its courses are accredited and taught through the University of Padua. Though the information provided in these courses goes much more in depth, there are some great resources in the forms of articles on their website.
This magazine caters "to the science-enthused professional with daily cannabis news, research, and opinions". It is a highly (pun intended) regarded publication in the field with many highly credentialed contributors including a some LERN community members.
Smokenol is a website that offers several different products and services. The Founders are a primarily female team of scientists who created products that are 'already smoked for you'. What's more is they offer freely available and easily digestible STEM-based information relating to Cannabis, cannabinoids, mushrooms, and molecules and molecular processes associated with such things on Instagram and YouTube, in the form of podcasts, as well as a list of pertinent Open-Access publications.
"Mind & Matter is a podcast created by Nick Jikomes, PhD. It features conversations with scientists, creators, and entrepreneurs about how drugs, biotechnology, and science impact humanity. New content every week."
Herbs for the Apocalypse is a women crafted graphic novel that focuses on herbal medicine, starring Sofia, a misanthropic luddite with a "healthy distaste for authority" and a love for punk rock. The graphic novel goes through Sofia's journey exchanging her knowledge and wisdom concerning herbs with others.
This website focuses more on the activism involved in the movement to decriminalize and legalize the plant around the world. Cannabis Activism Now is an excellent resource for DIY (Do-it Yourself) self-care with the plant.
alpha-CAT is a company dedicated to harm reduction. The company sells phytocannabinoid testing kits that enable individuals to test their personal Cannabis to determine the semi-qualitative concentration of THC, CBD, etc.
Richard Rose is one of the pioneers in the Cannabis field, who now resides in Italy. He is one of the most well-regarded experts in the field having worked with Cannabis for over 30 years. The information and insight provided on his website is invaluable.
This is quite possibly one of the best resources when it comes to learning about entheogens. It doubles as an e-learning platform, as well.
This is a platform that discusses using psilocybin mushrooms for well-being. They offer retreats for people seeking treatment with mushrooms. It is also an excellent source of information on the healing powers of psilocybin-containing mushrooms.
This website has ample content discussing entheogens. Dive right into the podcasts, the articles, and/or the lectures! James has brilliant guests come on to his podcasts, and the wealth of knowledge you'll find here is mind-blowing.
The Breaking Convention is a conference that takes place every two years in the UK, which is dedicated to educating participants in the science and culture surrounding psychedelic plants, fungi, and substances. One can find many interesting freely available videos from the conference on their YouTube channel.
This is a research journal, which rolls out (mostly) free scientific publications regarding Cannabis. It is an excellent resource.
The International Association for Cannabinoid Medicines (IACM) puts on annual conferences at which scientists from all over the world gather to exchange research on Cannabis and cannabinoid-based medicines. On their website, one can also find a plethora of readily available information pertaining to Cannabis-related research.
The International Cannabinoid Research Society (ICRS), similar to IACM, holds annual conferences concerning the latest cutting edge research from around the globe concerning all things Cannabis. Here are some of their recent publications.
FAAAT has some of the most comprehensive legal documents surrounding Cannabis, inclusive of its scientific aspects, available anywhere. Not only can you find fascinating and pertinent information on their website, but on their affiliated website, the CND monitor.
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