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Cannabis Tissue Culture

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Plant tissue culture is a group of methods in which plant fragments, seeds, or individual cells may be used to propagate genetically identical offspring. Although not new to the plant sciences, tissue culture has been rapidly gaining popularity in the cannabis sector due to its ability to produce large numbers of identical plants under sterile laboratory conditions.

The cannabis industry is bringing in a lot of career opportunities to the Canadian market and is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing sectors in Canada. The rapid growth of tissue culture in the cannabis industry means there is a need for knowledgeable individuals to work in the managerial and technical roles. This workshop will give attendees a comprehensive look into tissue culture and its applications in cannabis production.

Chocolate Edibles Workshop

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Living Lotus is partnering with Phytochem Consulting for our next workshop Chocolate Edibles.

Learn how to make high-quality chocolates infused with cannabis in this 3-hour workshop. We will be making chocolates infused with cannabidiol (CBD) using premium ingredients.

Phytochem is a company focused on the chemistry of cannabis, including the development of formulas and recipes.

We are pleased to be offering this workshop that blends the art and science of plants and chocolate

In this 3 hour workshop you will learn:
How to temper chocolate
The benefits of cacao
Where cacao comes from
Dose control for CBD
Preparing cannabis for eating (the “decarboxylation” reaction)

Plant. Drug. Medicine – A Clinical review of Cannabis and Cannabinoids Workshop

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Abstract

Canada has a booming cannabis industry; those involved or planning to be involved in the clinical care of patients using cannabis need to have an understanding of how cannabis, cannabinoids and cannabis terpenes interact with our physiology.

Course Outline

Intro to cannabis (Phenotypes, Chemotypes, Cannabinoids, Terpenes and Flavonoids)

The Endocannabinoid System and Endocannabinoid Deficiency Syndrome

Prescribing and obtaining legal cannabis in Canada

Dosage, Safety, Adverse Effects, Methods of Administration, Pharmacokinetics, Synergy, Contraindications, Drug Interactions.

Case studies

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for those who wish to gain a comprehensive understanding of cannabis from a clinical perspective. It is ideal for those working with patients who are thinking about or are taking cannabis regularly; Patient Educators, Clinic Coordinators, Pharmacists, Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths, and Naturopaths.

Live Webinar Cannabis Tissue Culture

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Abstract
Plant tissue culture is a group of methods in which plant fragments, seeds, or individual cells may be used to propagate genetically identical offspring. Although not new to the plant sciences, tissue culture has been rapidly gaining popularity in the cannabis sector due to its ability to produce large numbers of identical plants under sterile laboratory conditions.
The cannabis industry is bringing in a lot of career opportunities to the Canadian market and is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing sectors in Canada. The rapid growth of tissue culture in the cannabis industry means there is a need for knowledgeable individuals to work in the managerial and technical roles. This workshop will give attendees a comprehensive look into tissue culture and its applications in cannabis production. Topics will include:
Introduction to tissue culture in plants
Techniques in tissue culture
Designing a tissue culture lab that suits your goals and budget

Cannabis Tissue Culture Workshop

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Abstract

Plant tissue culture is a group of methods in which plant fragments, seeds, or individual cells may be used to propagate genetically identical offspring. Although not new to the plant sciences, tissue culture has been rapidly gaining popularity in the cannabis sector due to its ability to produce large numbers of identical plants under sterile laboratory conditions.

Live Webinar – Good Production Practices (GPP) and Good Agricultural and Collection Practices (GACP) for Cannabis Industry – Canada & Europe

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Description:

In order to ensure appropriate and consistent quality of medicinal/herbal substances, it is necessary to establish good practices in growing, harvesting, and processing operations. Canada’s Access to Cannabis for Medicinal Products Regulations (ACMPR) requires Licensed Producers to implement and adhere to Good Production Practices (GPP). In Europe, European Medicinal Agency (EMEA) requires adherence to Good Agricultural and collection Practices (GACP) for growing and harvesting. Both GACP and GPP are designed to ensure full traceability back to the seed source for each crop. Following GACP and GPP standards ensures that only the highest quality plants are grown and harvested.