Elevate the
Cannabis Experience

Dispensary Training Program

Train to provide a consistent 5-star, medical dispensary experience to lead patients to success.

According to Forbes, cannabis sales are expected to top $33 billion in 2022 with people over 65 years old being among the fastest groups of new users.
Medical experts are required to help these patients merge their pharmaceutical medications with cannabinoid therapy.
Are you prepared to integrate cannabis products into your patients treatment regimen?
Do you understand the optimal starting dosages for the cannabinoids sold in dispensary products?
Can you explain to a patient how the effects of CBD, THC, CBN or CBG fit into their current treatment regimen?
Do you know which delivery systems are available for cannabis? 
Can you explain to a patient how the terpenes influence the overall effect of a product?

Cannabis use among people over 65 years of age, patients living with chronic pain or dealing with side effects from chemotherapy, people with multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's disease (among many other disease states) are growing at an exponential rate. Pharmacists and other healthcare practitioners are in an ideal role to integrate pharmaceutical medications with cannabis products.

Cannabinoid therapy is showing to be extremely successful in producing positive patient outcomes. I believe it is one of the most exciting developments in healthcare in decades.

Are you prepared to counsel your patients?

Educate the physicians?

About Me

I’ve been a pharmacist for almost 25 years and in 2014 began working in the cannabis industry as a dispensary pharmacist.

My duties were not much different than working in a pharmacy - except I was counseling patients on cannabis instead of Zoloft, Vicodin or insulin.

Quickly, I discovered I was extremely under qualified to counsel patients on the proper way to begin using cannabis.

I didn’t understand the products. I didn’t understand what to recommend to patients if they didn’t want to smoke (most medical patients don’t want to smoke anything).

I didn’t know the correct starting dose for a THC edible or how long it took to start working nor how long it lasted.

I learned lesson after lesson on how to counsel patients who chose to medicate with cannabis.

Most patients who choose to medicate with cannabis are because all other therapies have failed.

This was their last hope.

My trial and error lasted over 3 years.

In that time I saw the lack of reference material available from a healthcare practitioner perspective.

What’s the proper dose and frequency for each delivery system that is safe and effective?

How do terpenes affect the overall effect of the product?

These questions appeared every day.

In 2020, I decided to take what I had learned and put it into a reference book so patients would have something they could refer on how to properly dose THC, CBD, CBN and other cannabinoids available in products sold in the dispensary.

Interestingly, dispensary pharmacists from around the country found the book a great training tool for new employees as dispensary owners are extremely limited in their ability to train their highly skilled staff on how to effectively and concisely counsel patients on cannabinoid therapy. With no training on dispensary products or operations available at schools, this lack of education was becoming a major problem for both the patients and the practitioners.

This is how the Elevate The Cannabis Experience Training Program was conceived.

Pharmacists (add an s) and other healthcare practitioners receive the training they need to integrate cannabis therapy into their drug knowledge as more and more patients choose to medicate with cannabis. Additionally, dispensary owners now have a tool to help their business thrive and succeed.

Now you have an opportunity to take the only program available that teaches you how to counsel a patient on the optimal way to medicate with cannabis using the currently available products.

Cannabis is becoming the medicine of choice for more and more patients with pain, anxiety, neuropathy, Parkinson’s symptoms, GI disease and much more.

Are you prepared to counsel these patients so they feel confident in your knowledge as a drug expert?

Dispensary Owners:

Do you have frequent employee turnover? Do you hire highly-paid pharmacists only to see them leave for another job in under a year?

Do you have difficulty retaining top-notch employees even though you pay well and offer great benefits?

Where is it going wrong?

Pharmacists do not receive training to work with the products sold in a medical dispensary, yet patients continue to integrate these products into their medical regimens.

Are you preparing these highly-skilled employees to succeed or are you setting them up for failure by not offering training that supports them in their new role as a cannabis pharmacist.

If you do not train your staff to provide valuable, focused patient care then you are preparing them to fail.

Each employee that leaves your business costs you thousands of dollars in lost revenue.


Are you prepared to integrate cannabinoid therapy into a patient’s current pharmaceutical regimen?

People over 65 years of age are one of the largest groups of new cannabis users today. These patients experience exacerbated disease with complicated drug regimens. Cannabis is turning out to be one of their safest and most effective options when looking for relief from disease and side effects from chemotherapy.

Are you prepared to answer their questions as the drug expert that you are?

Are you able to counsel a patient as to which medications may be able to be removed with the proper use of cannabis?

Do you understand how and why a patient may be able to reduce or replace such medications such as opioids, benzodiazepines, neuropathic medications with the use of cannabis?

If they decide to try cannabis, which cannabinoids help their Parkinson’s symptoms such as tremors and stiff muscles?

If they decide to try cannabis, will it help them get more sleep?

If they decide to try cannabis, what’s considered “too much”?

If you have not received these questions yet, know that with the massive growth in the use of medical cannabis that its only a matter of time.

Be prepared to answer them with confidence.



The Elevate the Cannabis Experience program is a focused, value driven training program for pharmacists and healthcare practitioners who want to understand the delivery systems, dosages and cannabinoid effects for products sold in every dispensary across the country - and the globe.

Whether you own a dispensary and need a system to effectively train your highly skilled employees or you are a pharmacist who needs to integrate cannabis expertise into your current career, The Elevate the Cannabis Experience Training program will prepare you to offer a 5-star experience to every patient you encounter.

This course is designed to fully support you as a drug expert counseling on cannabis therapy to your patients.

You will receive:

8 modules filled with value driven content
Supportive PDF etc (the rest of the copy works)
A PDF copy of the award-winning book The Cannabis Prescription: How to Use Medical Marijuana to Reduce or Replace Pharmaceutical Medications
Weekly Q & A sessions
Unlimited email support
Certificate of Completion

A closer look inside this program...

Module 1

Welcome! We prepare to ourselves to win!

You will receive an initial assessment to determine your current cannabinoid therapy knowledge which will be given again at the end of the program so you can track your progress.

Tools provided are the top cannabis strains today and symptoms treated by each strain. Along with the top strains you will receive a download that includes the valuable and focused “Talking Points” for each delivery system. This directs you on exactly what patients needs to know to medicate properly and keep them safe.

Module 3

We move along into how products are categorized in each dispensary - sativa/indica/hybrid/CBD-rich strains.

This is not only a naming system for cannabis, but an indicator of possible effects. We stay focused on what will provide value to the patient, and leave the rest behind.

Module 5

Effects, starting doses, applications and side effects for all of the cannabinoids available as products sold in a dispensary: THC, THCA, CBD, CBN, CBG.

This module offers focused information on what a healthcare practitioner would utilize. Do you want to know about the grow cycle of an indica strain? Maybe. But you won’t find it in Module 5. Its already packed with information on how to utilize cannabinoid therapy in practice.

Module 7

Follow through is everything.

What would you suggest if the patient gets a headache? What about if they don’t like to wait for an edible to work?

How to tackle patient complaints is our focus in module 7. We want to help patients stay on track as cannabis therapy, and medicine, is a journey not a single visit. We need to be able to discuss issues and solutions with patients.

Module 2

We dive right in with an introduction to the Endocannabinoid Receptor System. The ECS is the most prolific receptor system discovered in recent history and responsible for multiple physiological effects from fat metabolism to pain management to our fear response. This is the newest target for medical treatment and the products available in the dispensaries will mitigate a response.

In Module 2, we cover the components and the physiological effects of the ECS (Endocannabinoid Receptor System) so you can help patients integrate cannabis into their current treatment regimen.

From there we dive into the formation and decarboxylation of cannabinoids. We discuss the physiological effects of each cannabinoid sold in products in the dispensary and how the Entourage Effect influences the outcome.

Finally we introduce the “New” cannabinoids discovered each year.

Module 4

The BIG one - Delivery Systems. You will receive the ODD Framework training method which offers an effective, safe formula for assisting patients with dosages for multiple cannabinoids using each delivery system available:

  • Inhalation, Sublingual, oral and topical delivery along with rectal and vaginal.
    We discuss all of the tools of the trade from vape batteries to the most common bases used in cannabis solutions and tinctures. By the end of module 4 you will be an expert in the products carried in a dispensary.

    Tools: the focused talking points PDF download will cut through the information to give you just what the patient needs to know when counseling.

Module 6

Tools! Tools! Tools!

We start with a patient intake form template which will allow you to collect the most focused and valuable information from your patient before beginning a consultation.

Drug interactions are always a concern for healthcare professionals, so we keep this information current.

We discuss the optimal cannabinoids for such conditions as pain, GI pain, migraines, anxiety inflammation and more. This module is packed with insight on cannabis therapy applications.

Module 8

This is a treasure trove of chosen studies, websites and supportive links that will allow you to expand your knowledge on cannabinoid application, receptor structure and just cool stuff.

What's the website with the best international studies. Got it here.


Free access to our mini courses on:

  • The ins and outs of oil and flower vaporization
  • Vaporizer batteries: tips and trouble shooting
  • Edibles: Proper starting dosages and frequency to keep you patients happy
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$2448 - one payment or $420/month X 6 months

Frequently asked questions

  • about the program

  • about our guarantee

  • about licensing programs

Why do I need this program if I don’t work in a dispensary?

Cannabinoid therapy is becoming more and more popular with patients every year as the stigma of cannabis is removed. Patients with conditions such as cancer, Parkinson’s disease, pain, depression, HIV, epilepsy along with pediatric patients are beginning to turn to cannabis as a way of finding relief. Although, you may not directly dispense the products in a dispensary, your patients are using them and as a healthcare professional it is imperative you integrate these medications into your patient’s treatment regimens.

How will I be able to integrate the information provided in this program into my practice?

There are several delivery methods available for cannabis in addition to multiple cannabinoids that each have their own individual effect either alone and when used in combination with other cannabinoids. Can you understand what it means when a patient uses “concentrates” versus a vape or flower? Do you know how to counsel a patient who may be under-dosing their CBD when used to treat pain or neuropathy? Do you understand why cannabis “feels different” when used orally versus when it is inhaled? This course focuses only on information valued by healthcare professionals when patients choose to medicate with cannabinoid therapy.

Why do I need this information?

Cannabis is federally illegal anyway.
There are 36 states and counting that have medical cannabis programs. With more and more patients turning to cannabis, it is essential that healthcare providers are prepared to engage in a dialogue with their patients who use cannabis in conjunction with their pharmaceutical medications for better control of their symptoms.

I hire people who know and love cannabis. Why do I need to train them with a “training program”?

Medical patients and people new to cannabis need guidance from a trained professional. It only takes one negative experience to turn off a patient from ever wanting to try cannabis again - a waste for a patient that may potentially benefit from a regimen that is titrated specifically for them. Your team needs to be supported in their role as a drug expert so they can build your business by offering a five-star experience.