Standardization Of Cannabinoid Medicine

Standardization Of Cannabinoid Medicine

Standardization of Cannabinoid Medicine with Brad Hunt, President of ADVENT Academy. Along with cannabis legalization have come anxious and eager patients looking to healthcare experts for answers to all their cannabis-related questions. Any healthcare practitioner knows how uncomfortable it is to not have scientifically-backed and medically focused answers for patients. The overarching issue is that patient access to cannabis medicine has preceded the education of healthcare professionals in the field. The solution is to train healthcare professionals in cannabis and cannabinoid medicine so that patients continue to have access to knowledgeable and trustworthy providers.

Standardization Of Cannabinoid Medicine

Given such legal complexity, it is important for licensed healthcare professionals to know what is and is not lawful in their country or state, especially as it pertains to authorizing medical cannabis use, clinically managing cannabis patients, and even participating in the cannabis industry in other ways (i.e. owning cannabis companies, consulting to cannabis companies, or participating in other ancillary operations within the industry to name a few).  As cannabis and Cannabinoid Medicine become increasingly mainstream, the standardization of clinical care becomes increasingly relevant. In addition to what will be gleaned from expanding research and clinical trials, best practices developed in the clinic and industry at large today will come to define clinical cannabinology.