The Endocannabinoid System

What is the ECS, aka The Endocannabinoid System?

If you are new to cannabis then you are most likely new to the Endocannabinoid System.

Here are our favorite explanations for all types of learners!

Video:

Written:

Introduction to the Endocannabinoid System by Dustin Sulak, DO

Audio:

Apple Users: Cannabis Restored

SoundCloud: Greg Gerdeman: Human Endocannabinoid System Awareness

We hope this helps to provide you with a base understanding of the endocannabinoid system. Wishing you all wonderful health!

 

“Can-I-Cannabis?” event RECAP

Thank you to everyone who attended and participated!

Sponsored by A Soothing Seed & Julie Dustin Cannabis Consulting

               

If you missed it we are terribly sorry, you may view our amatuer video of the majority of the event on our Facebook Event page.

Our Local Experts

David & Amber Newman

Supportive Local Public Servants

Thank you to both Mr. Lowery & Ms. Gomez for their powerful statements.

Additional thanks to Nathan Lou of Mongol Tribe for his valuable contributions during Saturday’s discussion.

We encourage all who are able to take the Continuing Education course offered at the Mesa College campus.

Introduction to Cannabis (course# 9519J)

“This course is an introduction into Cannabis as a plant and as an industry. Emphasis is on a historical account of use and misuse with a focus on the medical and health effects with up-to-date research and legal policies that surrounds cannabis today.”

03/07/2018-03/21/2018 (3 weeks)

Wednesdays from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Cost $90

Can-I-Cannabis Event today in North County!

Click on the image above to watch today’s event LIVE.

We will be broadcasting LIVE on our Facebook event page, please click on the image above to be taken there.

You may register for Can-I-Cannabis? (if you are unable to attend) until 3 p.m.

This will provide you with access to the slideshow to follow along and reference. We will note your questions on the LIVE stream and ask them accordingly.

Happy Saturday San Diego, see you all at 1 p.m. PST!!!

San Diego Cannabis Dispensaries

Where can I go to legally get recreational cannabis?

Our recommended dispensaries include:

Torrey Holistics and Urbn Leaf

Is delivery service still legal in San Diego?

If you are a patient or recreational user obtaining cannabis from a current legal brick and mortar cannabis dispensary delivery service than yes. For example, if you are a recreational consumer and Torrey Holistics (as seen above as a legal state and city adult cannabis retailer) offers a delivery option than yes, it is a legal delivery. Otherwise, NO. No exceptions.

Many cities in San Diego opted to ban all dispensaries and delivery services, you may want to check the current status of your area. Go to your city website and search “cannabis”.

Things will change, this is just beginning, but for now, know what is considered legal as of today, ignorance of the law is not a defense.

MAUCSRA regarding Delivery Services in California:

“Delivery
A retailer may deliver cannabis to qualified patients and primary caregivers aged 18 years or older or to adults aged 21 years and older. Deliveries may be made only by employees of licensed retailers who are aged 21 years and older. Delivery employees may not consume cannabis during delivery. Deliveries must be made to physical addresses within the state of California and may not be made on public lands or buildings leased by public agencies. Deliveries may be made only in
person by enclosed motor vehicle. Cannabis goods may not be visible to the public during deliveries. Cannabis goods may not be left in an unattended motor vehicle unless the vehicle has an active alarm system. Vehicles used for delivery must have a dedicated, active GPS device that enables the dispensary to identify the geographic location of the vehicle during delivery. While making deliveries, a delivery employee may not carry more than a specified amount of cannabis goods at any time. Retailers that deliver cannabis goods must keep records related to the cannabis goods delivered and the vehicles used for delivery services.”