MCC 123 was developed for Producing Members of a Collective or Cooperative who provide cannabis based products including tinctures, ointments, extracts, capsules and edibles. The Class provides information on how to become a Producing Member including a “Producing Member Agreement” with the Collective.
Other topics include the source of cannabis used for the product, strain selection, testing, a review of extraction methods, standardizing dosage, determining reasonable compensation, packaging and labeling.
The extensive knowledge, experience and teaching skills of MCC Instructor Joe Grumbine, makes this Class a valuable resource for Producing Members.
1. What you need to know before producing cannabis based products as a Producing Member of a Collective or Cooperative
2. The “Producing Member” Agreement with the Collective or Cooperative
3. The “source” of the cannabis to be used for the product
4. Strain Selection
6. Review of Extraction Methods including Supercritical CO2 Extraction Process
7. Standardizing the dosage
8. Determining “Reasonable compensation”
9. Packaging and Labeling
10. The value of a Catering License
11. Product Insurance
12. New “Cottage Food” laws
At an early age Joe Grumbine began studying herbs and their medicinal properties. Using his extensive reference library and natural herbs that he cultivated at his Willow Creeks Springs botanical garden, he began experimenting with making ointments, tinctures and poultices. The success of his herbal remedies led Joe to begin teaching Classes on medicinal herbs and organic gardening. In 2008, Joe Grumbine founded and operated a medical cannabis Collective that was subsequently raided by the DEA. His long and continuing Court case laid the ground for “The Human Solution”, a nonprofit educational organization, founded by Joe Grumbine to provide court support for Defendants under California Medical Marijuana Program.