Medical Marijuana Routes of Administration
Medical Marijuana & Wellness Post-Webinar Resources
Thank you to everyone who attended the June 8, 2022 Medical Marijuana Awareness & Wellness webinar on Routes of Administration!
Watch the video on our Youtube Channel! Your questions and comments during the live Q&A helped to make a great source of information for the next person seeking treatment.
Speakers featured in this webinar were host Marc Matoza and Emily Laniak, Northwest Regional Outreach Manager, MÜV by Verano.
We’ve partnered with medical marijuana education experts to provide you further resources on the topic of chronic pain and medical marijuana.
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Meet the Speakers
- Marc Matoza, Marijuana Med Today
- Emily Laniak, Northwest Regional Outreach Manager, MÜV by Verano
Overview: What is Chronic Pain?
- PATIENT INFORMATION BROCHURE
- MMTCFL Chronic Conditions Resources
- How Medical Cannabis Helps With Chronic Pain with Dr. Roni Sharon, MD
Materials from the Webinar
- View the slides from the live presentation
- How CBD Oil Affects Chronic Pain and Inflammation with Thomas DeLauer
- Weed (Parts 1-4) with Dr. Sanjay Gupta
Cannachats Recommended Reading
- Chronic Pain & Medical Marijuana
- Basics of Medical Marijuana in Florida
Medical Marijuana Treatment Clinics of Florida
With 25+ clinic locations and partner physicians, we provide the absolute highest level of patient care in the state, at your convenience. Call today or visit our website to schedule your risk-free cannabis consultation. If you do not qualify, you will not be charged for the consultation.
$49 Patient Transfer Pricing
Unsatisfied with your current provider? MMTC wants to help you out. $49 initial assessment for patients who already have a registry Florida ID card and are looking to switch medical cannabis doctors.
Applies only to select MMTC clinic locations. This discount is available year-round.
10% Veteran's Discount
MMTC offers a 10% discount to veterans on medical marijuana clinic services.
Applies to all MMTC clinic locations. This discount is available year-round.
My Botanica Wellness
Physician-recommended CBD products so that you can feel confident in their quality, efficacy, testing certifications, and safety.
At My Botanica Wellness, we believe that patients shouldn’t have to sacrifice quality to get affordable CBD products. In a market that is oversaturated and under regulated, we strive to provide reputable, thoroughly tested CBD products.
1st Time Buyers Receive 10% Off
Use code MMAW10 for 10% off your purchase of Physician-recommended CBD products at mybotanicawellness.com!
MÜV by AltMed
MÜV was created by pioneers in agriculture, cannabis, and pharmaceuticals. Together, our team of industry leaders developed the popular MÜV brand and continues to share their goal of being the leading medical cannabis company in Florida.
First-Time New MÜV Patient Discount
Must be brand new patient to MÜV. Limit to one time use. Not stackable with other discounts.
MÜV Cannabis Patient Travel Discount
Patients who travel over 100 miles are eligible for a discount applied to each purchase. Must show proof of travel distance (e.g. current ID or proof of address). Not stackable with other discounts.
Senior Citizen 55+ Discount
Discount applied to each purchase. Must be 55 and older. Not stackable with other discounts.
Pediatrics Discount for MÜV Cannabis Patients
Available to patients under the age of 18. Discount can be used on any product recommended by a physician. Not stackable with other discounts.
MÜV Medical Marijuana Veterans Discount
Discount applied to each purchase. Must show a current Veteran ID Card (VIC), present your DD214, or show your driver’s license with the “V” emblem at time of purchase. Not stackable with other discounts.
Patient Referral Program
$25 CREDIT FOR YOU + A 25% DISCOUNT FOR THEM = SMILES FOR EVERYONE
Our patients can be our best ambassadors, and we think they deserve to be rewarded for that. Whenever you refer a friend who has never been to any MÜV location, we’ll give you $25 towards your next MÜV purchase. Your referred friend will receive a 25% discount on their first purchase.
Meet the Speakers
Read more about Marc Matoza
Marc is a technology and business development manager with expertise in technology, database, cybersecurity, and online/web/mobile computing. As an inventor, computer scientist, and entrepreneur, he has developed innovative tech products including a leading relational database, multiple digital multilingual dictionaries, a digital bilingual reference/grammar-checking word processing add-on, golf [sports] swing video capture & analysis solutions, and certified safe anti-microbial environments.
Marc’s multinational background includes technology and corporate management experience with Hewlett Packard, Netscape Communications, Ashton-Tate, AlphaGraphics SA, MarcTech SA/LLC, and Swing Solutions. This includes managing operations in Europe, Latin America, Canada, and the USA. He has a Computer Science Degree from California Polytechnic State University.
Read about Medical Marijuana Awareness Webinars
Webinars Featuring Emily Laniak
Routes of Administration / June 8, 2022
Read more about Emily Laniak
For her whole adult life, Emily has been a Chronic Illness Warrior. After 7 years of trying different medications and therapies without success, her doctor directed her to a clinic who could recommend medical marijuana. With no background in cannabis whatsoever, she became a patient in 2017, and quickly started to get her life back. A few years later, after experiencing a huge life status change, Emily made the decision to enter back into the working world in the medical marijuana field.
Over the next 3+ years, she’s worked her way up through retail as a cannabis advisor, dispensary management and is now the Northwest Regional Outreach Manager for MÜV. Emily‘s passion and personal experience gives her the ability to help patients and doctors alike, understand the benefits of medical marijuana and how it has the potential to change a life!
What is Chronic Pain?
Overview by Medical Marijuana Treatment Clinics of Florida
While acute pain comes and goes, chronic pain is a condition that remains over a long period of time. As a result, it can have a tremendous impact on quality of life. Pain signals keep firing in the nervous system for weeks, months, even years. There may have been an initial injury, but some people suffer chronic pain in the absence of any past injury or evidence of body damage.
See Also from MMTCFL:
“Cannabis doesn’t always help the pain directly. Sometimes it does, but the amazing thing about cannabis is that it actually allows patients to live their lives in a much fuller way.
It helps them sleep better. It helps them deal with the pain better. And it can help with so many things surrounding the underlying condition, so that when they wake up in the morning and go to sleep at night they’re living fuller, better-quality lives.”
Continued Education and Awareness Resources
Materials from the Webinar
“Cytokines are signaling proteins that ultimately recruit inflammation to happen. Cytokines will trigger specific immune cells to release inflammation or actually even reduce inflammation, given the right circumstances. […] CBD actually modulates the cytokine production.”
Dr. Sanjay Gupta‘s enterprise reporting on medical marijuana has led to five documentary films, “Weed,” which were awarded the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award.
Cannachats Recommended Reading
Chronic Pain & Medical Marijuana
Cannabis and Pain: A Clinical Review (2017)
Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research. Vol 2.1, DOI: 10.1089/can.2017.0017. Hill, K.P., Palastro, M.D., Johnson B., & Ditre, J.
Cannabis Pharmacy: The practical guide to medical marijuana (2017)
Backes, M. Weil, A. McCue, J.D.
Basics of Medical Marijuana in Florida
Florida Medical Marijuana Patient Application
Click to Download from the Office of Medical Marijuana Use
Types of Pain: Visceral Pain (2003)
Holland-Frei Cancer Medicine, 6th edition. Alan C. Carver, MD and Kathleen M. Foley, MD.
Visceral pain: the ins and outs, the ups and downs (2012)
Current opinion in supportive and palliative care, 6(1), 17–26. DOI:10.1097/SPC.0b013e32834f6ec9. Sikandar, S., & Dickenson, A. H.
Irritable bowel syndrome: the burden and unmet needs in Europe
Dig Liver Dis. 2006 Oct;38(10):717. Quigley EM, Bytzer P, Jones R, Mearin F.
Antidepressants and gabapentinoids in neuropathic pain: mechanic insights (2016)
Neuroscience; 338:183-206. Kremer M.
Visceral Sensation (1986)
Progress in Brain Research, Volume 67. pp. 21–8., pp. 39. Elsevier; Amsterdam. Procacci P, Zoppi M, Maresca M. In: Cervero F, Morrison JFB, editors.