Educational Resources

Overall, medical cannabis shows great promise in helping patients feel better without the sometimes negative impact of traditional medications. In a survey of BPG patients, 85% said medical cannabis had far fewer adverse effects than their prescription medications; they also said that medical cannabis did a better job helping them manage the symptoms associated with their health conditions. (Harm Reduction Journal: PDF)

Part of BPG's mission is to foster a deeper understanding of cannabis and our relationship with the plant. It is our belief that by understanding how cannabis works as a medicine, you, along with your BPG Dispensary Specialist, can ultimately choose a more therapeutic treatment for your specific needs. For this reason, we are committed to providing excellent cannabis education to the community.

When requested, we can provide tailored presentations, educational materials  or other resources, and can organize special events for those seeking information about the plant, our operations, or the industry. We have developed such programs for cancer centers, doctors, health teachers, and other private groups.

If you have a question about cannabis, please reach out to us! We are happy to provide any information you may need, and we will use your feedback to develop future resources. 

 

  • Consumption Methods

    Inhale, ingest, or apply topically? Flowers, extracts, edibles, or tinctures? Learn all about the benefits, equipment, and methodologies of consuming cannabis. Learn how to choose a method that's right for you. Watch video.

  • THC, CBD and Other Cannabinoids

    There are 113 known cannabinoids in cannabis, and each provides a unique medicinal benefit. Learn which are most effective for treating PTSD, cancer, epilepsy, insomnia, pain, and other conditions. Read guide.

  • Finding the Right Ratio of THC:CBD 

    Research suggests CBD may reduce inflammation, fight cancer symptoms, reduce depression, alleviate anxiety, and reduce seizures, all without the psychoactivity of THC. Explore the benefits of CBD, and learn how to select the right ratio of THC:CBD for your condition. Read guide.

  • Edibles for Beginners

    Start low and go slow. For some, the effects of cannabis edibles can take as long as two hours to be felt. Read this pamphlet to learn how to have the most enjoyable edible experience. Read guide.

  • Clones

    Cannabis plants are very sensitive in the early stages. Special care is needed to ensure that your cannabis clone grows into a beautiful and healthy flower. This resource was made in collaboration with Dark Heart Nursery, our trusted partner in clone creation. Read guide.