Idaho Advanced CBD Certification
Above pricing is for a single seat purchase, see below for multi-seat pricing.
This course provides an overview of the cannabis and hemp laws in Idaho as well as foundational information about CBD. Although full-plant cannabis is not yet legal in Alabama, CBD products are available to consumers in all 50 states due to the recent legalization of hemp at the federal level. We have provided the information you need to understand CBD and how it is produced, sold, and regulated in Idaho. We also help you understand the implications of CBD policy to cannabis patients, practitioners, consumers, and workers.
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Does your state have legal cannabis? No. Marijuana is a Schedule I controlled substance under Idaho Law. It is illegal for any person to manufacture, deliver, possess with intent to manufacture or deliver, or possess marijuana, which refers to all parts of the plants of the genus cannabis, including or any preparation of cannabis which contains tetrahydrocannabinol. It is illegal to publically use or be under the influence of marijuana. Specific penalties for these acts can be found in Sections 37-2732 and 37-2732C of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act.
Idaho remains one of the few states that has not adopted any kind of meaningful cannabis policy reform in recent years. A group of advocates with Kind Idaho are looking to change that. After an unsuccessful effort to collect enough signatures for a medical cannabis ballot initiative in 2022, the coalition of patients and allies is trying again with a new 2024 measure.
Even with the passing of the Farm Bill in 2018, in Idaho CBD must both contain zero THC and be derived from one of the five identified parts of the cannabis plant, otherwise it is illegal in Idaho under current law.
There are initiatives underway to change the law in Idaho and at Medical Marijuana 411 we believe in the right to education. So we suggest starting your cannabis education certification with our Advanced CBD Certification or even check out our courses on FDA Approved Cannabinoid Medications.
It is important to remember that MM411, Inc is not advocating to break the law but believes that laws wil change in Idaho and want to give those interested in the science behind the plant, the opportunity to learn more.
What does the Advanced CBD Certification Include?
This course has been designed to walk you through the fundamentals of CBD and by using the science and research of how this natural medicine can possibly improve your health and wellness. CBD is not the same thing as cannabis, marijuana or hemp. CBD is a single compound in the cannabis plant, from the Cannabaceae family of plants. Cannabis produces many naturally occurring compounds, including CBD.
Our courses and certifications will provide you with knowledge and skillset to enter the cannabis job market competitively, right out of the gate.
The Advanced CBD Certification is an online course that covers a series of 10 modules designed to teach healthcare and industry professionals the fundamental topics of CBD derived products and includes a specific module on the legal framework of Idaho marijuana and CBD laws.
In addition to Idaho specific regulations, learn about the federal legal framework, the basics of the cannabis plant, the Endocannabinoid System, and how cannabinoid receptors work with our bodies. Did you know that Healthcare Professionals are covered by Federal Law to talk to patients about Medical Marijuana even in non-legal states by an existing statute? That’s the wealth of information contained in MM411, Inc. certifications.
This certification also includes: video testimonials from scientists and medical experts, downloadable infographics, additional visuals to support the written content followed by an exam to receive your certificate. Any individual wanting to learn more about the science of cannabis will find the course valuable.
Module 1 – CBD What You Need To Know
- Intended Audience/Purpose/Desired Tone
- What is CBD?
- Cannabis sativa
- Cannabidiol (CBD)
- Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) or delta-9-THC
- CBD For Wellness
- Rise of CBD Popularity
Module 2 – CBD History And Legal Landscape (including Idaho Legal)
Understanding The Plant Basics
- Cannabaceae – Family of Plants
- Cannabis sativa – Species
- Sativa, Indica and Ruderalis – Sub Species
- Cultivars (individual plant types)
– Cannabis sativa genus, subspecies
- Cannabis sativa -sativa
- Cannabis sativa -indica
- Cannabis sativa -ruderalis
- Chemovar -Chemical Classification Of Cannabis
- Type I
- Type II
- Type III
- Classifications of Cannabis
- History of Cannabis
- Cannabis in the ancient world
- Cannabis in the modern world
- How Drugs are Scheduled in the US
- Legally Approved US States
- Country Implications
- CBD Regulations and Patient Safety
- Inconsistent Regulations
- Lack of Education
Module 3 – CBD And The Body – Understanding How CBD Works With The ECS
- Endocannabinoid System (ECS) – Largest Receptor System
- Discovery of the ECS
- Mechanics of the ECS
- Endocannabinoid Tone
- Cannabinoid Receptors
- CB1 and CB2 Receptors
- Endogenous cannabinoids
- Anandamide, N-arachidonoylethenolamine (AEA)
- 2-Arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG)
- Biased Signaling
- Retrograde Inhibition
Module 4 – CBD and the Body
- Exogenous Cannabinoids & Phytocannabinoids
- CBD and THC – Major Cannabinoids
- 113+ Minor Cannabinoids
- Know Your Cannabinoids
- Entourage Effect
- Types of Cannabinoids
- Terpene Chart
Module 5- What Does CBD Do?
- Endocannabinoid Tone for Homeostasis
- CBD Interacts with Other Biological Pathways
- At a Glance – Health Benefits of CBD
- ECS Deficiency Syndrome
- Reduction of Pharmaceutical Medications
- Death by Drug
- Side Effects
- Cannabis Use Disorder
Module 6 – How to CBD? Finding the Right CBD Product
- Various CBD Products
- CBD Isolate
- Broad Spectrum
- Full Spectrum
- Marijuana and Hemp as Legal Terms – Definitions
- CBD:THC Ratios
- Ways to Consume CBD
- Tinctures and Oils
- High CBD Flower
- Delivery Methods and Timing
Module 7 – Sourcing Quality CBD Products
- Certified Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP)
- Interpreting Lab Testing and Certificates of Analysis
- Seed to Sale
- Cannabinoid and Terpene Composition
- Interpreting CBD Labels
- Where to Purchase CBD
- Hemp-Derived CBD Products
- Online Provider
- Brick and Mortar Store
- Cannabis Dispensary
- Budtender/Consultant/Wellness Consultant
- Cannabis Educated/Friendly Medical Professionals
Module 8 – Finding The Right CBD Product For You
- Patient Centered Dosing
- Self-Titration Through Microdosing
- Dosing Considerations by Product Type
- Cannabinoid Guide
- Finding Your CBD:THC Ratio
- Step-by-Step Dosing Protocol
- Preventative Wellness and Proactive Approach to Health
- Set and Setting
Module 9 – CBD For Specific Ailments
- Anxiety and Depression
- Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)
- Autoimmune Conditions
- Gastrointestinal disorders (GI)
- Lung Cancer
- Breast Cancer
- Neurodegenerative disorders(NDs)
- Parkinson’s Disease (PD)
- Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)
- Huntington’s Disease (HD)
- CBD for Brain Injury
- Epilepsy and Seizures
- CBD for Drug Addiction
- Opioid Addiction
- Chronic and Acute Pain
- Fibromyalgia (FM)
Module 10 – Glossary
Idaho –Marijuana Legal Overview
Cannabis or marijuana is illegal under Idaho law.
With regard to potentially THC-free CBD products, the 2015 Opinion states:
Assuming cannabidiol does not contain any THC (which is more than the undersigned knows), in order to not be deemed “marijuana” under Idaho Code §37-2701(t), it must be derived or produced from (a) mature stalks of the plant, (b) fiber produced from the stalks, (c) oil or cake made from the seeds or the achene of such plant, (d) any other compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the mature stalks, or (e) the sterilized seed of such plant which is incapable of germination.
In other words, the CBD must both contain zero THC and be derived from one of the five identified parts of the cannabis plant, otherwise it is illegal in Idaho under current law.
The 2018 Federal Farm Bill removes certain hemp-derived products with a THC concentration of no more than 0.3% by dry weight from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act, but it does not legalize cannabidiol (CBD) generally.
With over 800+ current, peer reviewed citations, Medical Marijuana 411 is proud to be the global leader in online medical marijuana education for patients, medical professionals and dispensary consultants.
Additional videos from leading cited experts, scientists and physicians, and downloadable graphics are part of this certification. Here is a partial list of the scientists, researchers, educators and lawyers whose work is cited within the Medical Marijuana 411 certifications.
Our goal of creating the most current content for this cannabis certification course was obtained by using peer-reviewed research from industry experts. All citations utilized in this course meet standard guidelines and are part of the public domain. Experts listed below are not affiliated with Medical Marijuana 411 and no endorsement or authorization should be inferred by their inclusion on our website. Medical Marijuana 411 has included links to each expert to ensure credit is given for their research, legal and scientific studies under the guidelines of “Fair Use.”
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