Medical Marijuana Awareness Post-Webinar Resources
Thank you to everyone who attended the September 15th Medical Marijuana Awareness & Wellness webinar “Terpenes”
Watch the video on our YouTube Channel! Your questions and comments during the live Q&A help to make a great source of information for the next person seeking treatment.
Speakers featured in this webinar were host Marc Matoza and guest speaker Kate Palazzolo, Regional Sales Manager for MÜV™
We’ve partnered with medical marijuana education experts to provide you further resources on the topic of Terpenes.
Click an item from the index below to skip to that section.
- Patient Information Brochure
- MMTCFL Chronic Conditions Resources
- Common Terpenes in Cannabis by Cannigma
- How Cannabis Works on the Human Body: The Endocannabinoid System with Cannigma
- Common Terpenes Graphic
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
- Medical Marijuana Help
- Medical Marijuana Routes of Administration
- Basics of Medical Marijuana in Florida
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Meet the Speakers
Read more about Kate Palazzolo
Kate Palazzolo holds her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and a Master’s Degree in Education. She believes strongly in the healing benefits of cannabis and its use as an alternative to Western medicine. Her mission is to bring awareness and education about alternative forms of medicine to physicians and their patients.
Webinars Featuring Kate Palazzolo
Your Guide to Medical Marijuana Dosing / April 28, 2021
Migraines & Medical Marijuana / February 24, 2021
Chronic Pain & Medical Marijuana / August 20, 2020
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
Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in many plants, though many people commonly associate them with cannabis because cannabis plants contain high concentrations of them.
Scientifically speaking, terpenes are defined as “a large class of hydrocarbon compounds constructed from five-carbon isoprene units that are combined to produce a great variety of skeletons.” These basic molecular “skeletons” are “then acted upon by various enzymes to add functionality and altered oxidation,” processes that ultimately lead to the wide variety of effects produced by terpenes (Weedmaps).
See Also on Terpenes:
“What does the endocannabinoid system have to do with cannabis? It has everything to do with the order in which scientists discovered the different molecules.
Cannabinoid receptors, the locks attached to cells in our bodies, were only discovered because researchers were trying to understand how plant-based cannabinoids (phyto-cannabinoids) like THC interact with the body. So they were named cannabinoid receptors, after the main chemicals that activates them.“
See Also from Cannigma:
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
Medical Marijuana Help
Basics of Medical Marijuana in Florida
Florida Medical Marijuana Patient Application
Click to Download from the Office of Medical Marijuana Use
Non-psychotropic plant cannabinoids: new therapeutic opportunities from an ancient herb.
Izzo AA, Borrelli F, Capasso R, Di marzo V, Mechoulam R.
Trends Pharmacol Sci. 2009;30(10):515-27. PDF
Plant cannabinoids: a neglected pharmacological treasure trove.
Mechoulam R. Br J Pharmacol. 2005;146(7):913-5.