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Cannabis is a schedule 1 controlled substance.  However, in 1978, the federal government was forced to allow patients’ access to medical cannabis after a "medical necessity" defense was recognized by the Supreme Court (U.S. v. Randall 1976). In 1978, the government began producing medical cannabis at the University of Mississippi for AIDS and glaucoma treatment. “Grand fathered” patients still receive federal cannabis supplies. 



The demand for medical cannabis dispensaries has continued to grow at the speed of light as more states adopt medical cannabis programs that permit the use of cannabis products for the treatment of chronically and terminally ill patients.  As of December of 2016, Colorado had over 1,000 dispensaries and 2,900 marijuana business licenses in the state, yet Los Angeles alone has more dispensaries than the states of Colorado and Washington combined. These numbers are growing rapidly as more states legalize medical cannabis. The necessity is undeniable. Patients with critical health issues must have access to affordable, safe, regulated cannabis medication or are you planning to move to a state where medical cannabis is legal at a state level?

As Texas, Florida, Arkansas and Puerto Rico authorize medical cannabis, will you be ready to open your own clinic or will you want to be first in your country to apply for a license?


  • Purchase dispensary

  • Negotiating a lease

  • Purchasing a property

  • Zoning Issues

  • Partnership agreements

  • Buy-sell agreements

  • Franchise agreements

  • Co-op formations

  • Product development


  • Cannabis administration methods

  • Inhalation

  • Ingestion

  • Absorption  

Learn about cannabis edibles, the delicious way to deliver the medicine. Discover sales of collateral cannabis products made from plant extracts (oils and concentrates) such as:

  • Cakes

  • Cookies

  • Peanut Butter

  • Cheesecakes

  • Salad Dressings

  • Teas and Drinks

  • Brownies

  • Lotions

  • Butter



To legally, responsibly and effectively dispense medical cannabis to qualified patients in states where cannabis is legal. Gain knowledge about the 700 different chemical components found in cannabis and their effects on various medical conditions based on the existing history of laws in cannabis states. One type of these compounds, Cannabinoids, can serve as appetite stimulants, antiemetics, antispasmodics, and have some analgesic effects. Some important cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant are cannabidiol (CBD), tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and cannabigerol (CBG). There are many agents in cannabis that relieve the symptoms of other maladies. How does cannabis affect the body? Develop understanding and knowledge of the human body's interaction with specific cannabis properties.  Discover therapeutic uses and explore the clinical benefits of medical cannabis.

Talk with one of our instructors. Our team of operations managers, chemist, doctors and marketing experts will lead you down the road to success as a dispensary operator. Take the Pharmacology University workshop for step-by-step instructions and one-on–one assistance in starting your Medical Cannabis Dispensary. You will become extremely knowledgeable about the Medical Cannabis laws. Information on sales tax, federal tax id, workman's compensation, liability insurance and other requirements for operating a dispensary business are also covered. We strongly recommend that individuals seeking to operate a medical cannabis dispensary or to become licensed cannabis growers/producers attend our Pharmacology University medical cannabis seminars. This first step will help prepare you for entry into the new and exciting world of the medical cannabis industry.

We will provide you with specific floor plan designs. Turn-key dispensaries will be available for those ready to join the Pharmacology University family, only in states where cannabis dispensaries are allowed to operate.

If you intend to participate in this new industry, our main objective is to prepare you to comply with future government regulations and moral sentiment. This will separate you from other forms of cannabis distributors and allow you to operate a business that will be acceptable under state law as outlined by your legislators. Additionally, we will help you understand that in the eyes of the federal government, cannabis continues to be a schedule 1 controlled substance and an illegal drug.

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