Using Medical Marijuana for chronic pain relief
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Using Medical Marijuana for chronic pain relief

Find relief from chronic pain with medical marijuana
3.6 (43 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,716 students enrolled
Created by Rick Haaland
Last updated 2/2016
Price: Free
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn how you may be able to use medical marijuana under the supervision of a Doctor to decrease chronic pain, and possibly decrease ineffective medication and enhance your well-being
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  • Students will need to know: What medications they are taking now in order to properly work with their Doctors. Use our checklist inside the course for suggested guidelines.

This course explains how we use medical marijuana to help us control chronic pain, aids in sleep and decreases anxiety, I have completely stopped taking all of the drugs that made me feel out of sync with the world. It is taught in a series of talking head videos, explaining various aspects of medial marijuana uses. You should consider taking this course if your in chronic pain and are looking for reasonable alternatives for pharmaceutical drug management. There are 11 videos and 2 documents that should give you enough information to be able to talk to your Doctor about using medical marijuana for yourself.

Who is the target audience?
  • Who should take this course? Anyone who does not have an addictive personality, and wants to research alternative pain relieving methods. Who should not take this course: Anyone who thinks they could become addicted to medical marijuana.
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Curriculum For This Course
12 Lectures
Why a training program for using medical marijuana?
12 Lectures 01:18:49

In this video, you will learn some myths surrounding the use of medical marijuana, and how my personal journey of over 6 years brought me together with my pain specialist, and the suggestions that he had for using medical marijuana.

What will you learn in this course? Use medical marijuana for chronic pain

Introductory: Using Medical Marijuana for Chronic Pain Relief

If no one shows up with the personal experience, passion and compassion, other people who aren't educated in the subject matter can negatively influence you, and your opinion. Training is the use of this powerful drug is critical for understanding exactly what it can do in your life.

People in pain are often frustrated about their pain control. We explain why.

Between 510 to 600 pills per month for chronic pain control. That's what I used to take, and now I am off every single pharmaceutical for pain, and my concentration has come back, creativity is back, vitality is through the roof, and I sleep like a baby. When I used pharmaceuticals, it was like continually walking in a fog.

Ricks lists the pharmaceuticals he used to take. Between 510 and 600 per month

This is a very important video. You MUST work with a medical marijuana specialist, and or your Doctor to determine the amount of the drug you should start with. In order for you to properly introduce the drug into your chronic pain regime, you need to start out small and slowly work up until you find that perfect balance between pain control and euphoria.

How much should you start with? Pat and I tell you how much we take and why

This video and its content will guide you through just how important it is to closely work with your Doctor to tell him or her exactly what your doing with your medical marijuana, and how to safely decrease your present pain plan.

How soon can you work with your Dr. and begin decreasing your pain meds?

Medical marijuana is very reasonable, and we find incredible pain relief for just $160.00 per person per month. Consider some countries where just the extended medical bill can be as high as $600.00 per person per month. If you have 2 people in your family that needs medical marijuana, that can be a substantial savings if your not spending your money on pharmaceuticles.

How much do we pay for medical marijuana? Surprisingly, its very reasonable

Please Don't Smoke Medical Marijuana HB

We personally know people (older folks) who have their own children using medical marijuana for themselves, but they somehow think that this marvelous medicine would somehow completely ruin their health, even though they suffer horribly from arthritis, and possibly the onset of dementia. There are many studies on the internet that claim medical marijuana can dramatically slow down the affects of certain degenerative diseases. People who do not understand the power of medical marijuana will usually not support you. You may need to educate them, and do some research on your own. This video should help you determine if other peoples opinions are more important than your own health and well-being.

What will people think of me taking medical marijuana?

Vaporizing in absolutely incredible. It works extremely quickly, and all you get out of the machine is vapor, much like a 'hookah pipe'.

Vaporizers: We show you the machine Rick uses in the evening to ensure sleep

Here are some examples of work done by professionals that explain how medical marijuana works.

How does 'Medical Marijuana Work?'

What they told me in the hospital (What a nurse told me)
About the Instructor
Rick Haaland
3.6 Average rating
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9,307 Students
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Interactive Digital Magazine Guru

Graduating from a technical college after one full year of study, Rick obtained a B+ average in the study of: Electronics, telephony and computer repair.

Rick has worked with companies such as: IBM, Microsoft, HP, Toshiba, AST and other high tech companies as a computer technician as well as a printer, plotter, server, network and hardware break/fix specialist for 6 years.

After the 'dot com' bust a few years ago, Rick was invited to work for one of the largest technically based computer, printer and software support companies in North America where he won multiple awards for work in the 'training and development' departments.

Rick has, for the most part been disappointed with the present day 'social media' platforms because they can be either 'disconnected' from the user because its too difficult to learn, or doesn't give the best value when you use them. He decided that, for social media to truly work, it must have a collective platform all its own, so he created the 'Interactive Digital Magazine' concept for business owners of any size.