Herbal Risings Cannabis History Course begins 400 million years ago. This one-hour video course covers the history of cannabis from hemp farming, to prohibition, legalization, and hints of the future. Students who finish this course have a deeper understanding of the most notable moments of change in the U.S. cannabis history timeline.
About The Cannabis History SeminarThis is a one-unit online video course with a final exam. You must pass the final exam with an 80% to receive a certificate of completion. Herbal Risings History Course begins 400 million years ago. This one-hour video course covers the history of cannabis from hemp farming, to prohibition, legalization, and hints of the future. Trigger warning : This course discusses serious topics of racism, reefer madness, and suicide. Mikel's charismatic storytelling captivates, entertains, and educates curious cannabis enthusiasts of all levels. Students who finish this course have a deeper understanding of the most notable moments of change in the U.S. cannabis history timeline.Those who complete the quiz at the end of the course will earn a certificate in Cannabis History.
History of Cannabis Instructor:This course was lead by Arizona cannabis pioneer and activist, Mikel Weisser. In his 30's, Mikel returned to college to acquire an M.A. from the University of Illinois at Springfield followed by an M.Ed. from Northern Arizona University. He was a middle school teacher before becoming a full-time activist in 2012. Mikel became the Arizona state director of NORML in 2015. Mikel was one of the first few people to complete the Budtending 1010 course through Herbal Risings. Mikel was a long-time advocate for the plant stating his life's devotion was to reform cannabis laws. Shortly before taking his position with NORML, Mikel began speaking publicly at Herbal Risings group workshops teaching the history of cannabis. Credits This seminar was recorded in front of a class of students enrolled in the Herbal Risings Principles & Standards of Patient Care Workshop in Phoenix, Arizona in collaboration with state director of NORML's Mikel Weisser. Video edited by Safer Arizona's Dave Wisniewski. Proceeds from this course will go to the Mikel Weisser Legacy Fund.
- History of Cannabis Video Unlimited
- Closing Credits Unlimited
- Cannabis History Final Exam Unlimited