Learn about cannabis with Cheeba Cannabis Academy

Learn about cannabis with Cheeba Cannabis Academy

It’s no secret cannabis has many health benefits, from offering pain relief to assisting with appetite loss. But understanding the right dose, strain, and method for each ailment is an important part of the process.

Cheeba Cannabis Academy is a new online learning platform in South Africa. The company will launch a series of online courses and educational webinars for anyone who wants to learn more about cannabis and the South African medical marijuana industry.

If you’re wondering about the quality of the content, Cheeba has partnered with a US-based learning platform called Medical Marijuana 411, who have been around for many years.

Cheeba Cannabis Academy will launch a free webinar series if you signup to their website. Furthermore, there is a free edutainment channel called Craft Cannabis TV.

For anyone who wants more formal training, and wants to take things seriously, there is an option of a paid online course which will dive deep into the discussion of medical marijuana in SA.

Cannabis and the South African economy

According to market intelligence and strategic consultancy firm Prohibition Partner, the legal cannabis industry in Africa is predicted to be worth more than $7.1 billion annually by 2023 and South Africa’s domestic market for cannabis and related products, excluding non-psychoactive CBD products that are available legally, to be worth R27 billion ($2 billion) by 2023.       

Cannabis has the potential to have a significant positive impact on our economy, facilitating large scale job creation and assisting disadvantaged communities with making a living as well as contributing to an overall improvement of our continents health.

For more information visit the Cheeba Cannabis Academy website.

Ava Harper

Ava is our resident CBD oil specialist. She has tested dozens of different CBD oil products on the market. As a mom of 2 children and 4-legged furry friends (cat and dog), she has explored different options for the whole family. The posts are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.