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The American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine

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The American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine

Company Description

The American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine (AACM) is an important forum for the exchange of clinical information and ideas about cannabinoids and the endocannabinoid system. Our mission is to foster high standards in the practice of cannabinoid medicine. The...more

Background Information

Employment History

Integrative Medicine Physician

Patients


Affiliations

Integr8 Health LLC

Founder


United Patients Group

Advisory Board Member


Tested Labs

Medical Advisor


Founding

Board Member


Maine Integrative Healthcare

Founder


Society of Cannabis Clinicians

Board Member and Research Chair


Maine Marijuana Policy Initiative

Board Member


Education

American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine


PhD

folklore studies

Indiana University


doctorate of osteopathy

Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine


undergraduate degrees

nutrition science and biology

Indiana University


Web References(196 Total References)


Medical Marijuana Doctors in Maine | Integr8 Health

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Dustin Sulak D.O.
Dustin Sulak D.O.Medical Director Falmouth Office Dustin Sulak, D.O. is a licensed osteopathic physician. He is a practitioner and advocate of integrative medicine, the intelligent combination of conventional and alternative approaches to healthcare. He has long been fascinated by mind-body medicine, spirituality in healthcare, and natural approaches to promoting health and healing. He is a clinical hypnotherapist, Reiki Sensei, practitioner of chi kung and yoga, and has studied with numerous conventional and alternative healers and physicians. Dr. Sulak holds the distinction of being a Diplomat of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine. He lectures on medical cannabis and the endocannabinoid system nationally. He is an advocate for medical cannabis and has been impressed by the excellent clinical responses he's seen in medical cannabis patients. He is enthusiastic about educating patients on the optimal uses of medical cannabis, and educating healthcare providers who may be misinformed about this safe and incredibly effective medicine. Dr. Sulak has assembled a team of like-minded healthcare practitioners to help provide high quality integrative medicine consultations and medical marijuana evaluations. Dr. Sulak's Credentials: Dr. Sulak is a graduate of Indiana University and the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. Cannabis Dosing Strategies | Dr. Dustin Sulak | Cannabis Health Summit 2016


Press on Maine Medical Marijuana's Leading Doctor | Integr8 Health

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A war veteran and patient of Dr. Sulak discusses how cannabis saved his life.
Read more Dr. Dustin Sulak is a licensed osteopathic physician in Maine who legally dispenses marijuana. He is a diplomat of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine. In an interview with Healthline, he described the dabbing culture as becoming more popular "amongst illicit cannabis users in all walks of life." "A single inhalation of concentrate delivers the THC and other cannabinoids equivalent to three to 10 inhalations of herbal cannabis, depending on the potency," he said. "This increased dosage delivered with rapid onset produces a stronger euphoric feeling than, for example, taking the time to smoke an entire joint." "The higher dose is also more likely to cause users to develop tolerance, quickly requiring a larger dose to get the same effects," he said. "For many dab users, smoking herbal cannabis will no longer produce the desired effect." "In my practice, I have occasionally seen dabbing provide better relief to patients," Sulak said. Medical marijuana can be used to treat a wide range of ailments argues Dr. Dustin Sulak, whose medical marijuana practice cares for 15,000 Mainers. As Dr. Sulak discussed in an endocannabinoid introductory article, the primary function of endocannabinoid activity is to maintain a stable internal environment despite changes in the external environment. Sulak, the osteopathic physician in Maine, said he's heard of cannabis restoring sexual capacity in his clinics' clients for a variety of reasons, including pain reduction, forgetting trauma, stress relief, bringing awareness into the present, and even enabling erection. "Unlike men's Viagra, cannabis doesn't have a single effect on physiology," he said. Headed by Dr. Dustin Sulak, Integr8 has a staff of 10 doctors and nurse practitioners doing integrative medicine and medical cannabis consultations. Read more "I don't think legislators realize CBD is just one of the non-psychoactive cannabinoids that yields benefits for patients," Dustin Sulak, a Maine osteopathic physician who treats some patients with cannabinoids and whole plant marijuana, told VICE News. Sulak sees more than 30 pediatric seizure patients, almost all of whom have failed to respond to conventional medicines. Read more Veterans face ultimatum: Pills or pot Jolie Lee, USA TODAY Network 12:08 p.m. EDT May 23, 2014 Dr. Dustin Sulak, whose patients include Begin and other veterans, said marijuana has been life-changing for his patients. In his opinion, marijuana is a safer option: People die from opiate overdoses, but they don't overdose from marijuana, he said. "It's an herb," Sulak said. Dr. Dustin Sulak was a crowd favorite, with his inspiring energy and intelligent grasp of the endocannabinoid system. He presented on the ECS' role in postsynaptic feedback and how endocannabinoids are synthesized on demand to complete the circuit of cellular communication. Dr. Dustin Sulak, osteopathic physician and medical marijuana practice founder at Integr8 Health in Falmouth, said, "Research into therapeutic applications of cannabis and its constituents has been impeded, and countless patients are suffering who might benefit from this effective and versatile medicine." His message to the Obama administration and the message of his website, http://integr8health.com/call-to-action and its online petition: "remove cannabis from the Controlled Substance Act." Dr. Dustin Sulak D.O. Testifies To Expand Maine's Medical Marijuana Qualifying Conditions MPBN - 5/14/13 A legislative panel is reviewing a half-dozen bills aimed at tweaking Maine's medicinal marijuana law, which now governs how the drug is prescribed and distributed Dr. Dustin Sulak D.O. speaks at Portland Maine Medical Marijuana Educational Event Video of Dr. Sulak taking about the medical benefits of Marijuana. Dr. Dustin Sulak D.O. Featured in The Portland Press Herald Physicians reluctant to recommend the treatment are sending patients to Dr. Dustin Sulak. Patients seeking medical marijuana certification must be diagnosed with a qualifying condition under Maine law, such as cancer, glaucoma or chronic pain. With Sulak, they also must undergo a 45-minute evaluation of their overall health and expect him to recommend treatments beyond cannabis, such as vitamin D, turmeric or milk thistle supplements. Dr Sulak in the Bangor Daily News. Dr. Dustin Sulak, who runs a practice called Integr8 Health and who is known as one of the state's leading medical marijuana proponents, said he learned earlier this week that the Department of Health and Human Services has denied his request. Sulak is part of a panel of doctors responsible for making recommendations to DHHS Commissioner Mary Mayhew on the 1999 medical marijuana law and the subsequent 2009 Maine Medical Marijuana Act. WCSH6 Portland- Dr. Sulak and Integr8 featured in news story Cannabis Dosing Strategies | Dr. Dustin Sulak | Cannabis Health Summit 2016


How Cannabis Affects your Brain | Integr8 Health

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We are too, so we contacted Dustin Sulak, an osteopathic physician from Integr8 Health, Falmouth, Maine.
Sulak, a diplomat of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine, and his team in New England treat over 17,000 patients with medical cannabis and integrative medicine. Read more Cannabis Dosing Strategies | Dr. Dustin Sulak | Cannabis Health Summit 2016


Press on the leaders in Massachusetts Medical Marijuana . Medical Marijuana's Leading Doctor | Integr8 Health - Massachusetts

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Dr. Dustin Sulak is a licensed osteopathic physician in Maine who legally dispenses marijuana.
He is a diplomat of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine. In an interview with Healthline, he described the dabbing culture as becoming more popular "amongst illicit cannabis users in all walks of life." "A single inhalation of concentrate delivers the THC and other cannabinoids equivalent to three to 10 inhalations of herbal cannabis, depending on the potency," he said. "This increased dosage delivered with rapid onset produces a stronger euphoric feeling than, for example, taking the time to smoke an entire joint." "The higher dose is also more likely to cause users to develop tolerance, quickly requiring a larger dose to get the same effects," he said. "For many dab users, smoking herbal cannabis will no longer produce the desired effect." "In my practice, I have occasionally seen dabbing provide better relief to patients," Sulak said. Medical marijuana can be used to treat a wide range of ailments argues Dr. Dustin Sulak, whose medical marijuana practice cares for 15,000 Mainers. As Dr. Sulak discussed in an endocannabinoid introductory article, the primary function of endocannabinoid activity is to maintain a stable internal environment despite changes in the external environment. Sulak, the osteopathic physician in Maine, said he's heard of cannabis restoring sexual capacity in his clinics' clients for a variety of reasons, including pain reduction, forgetting trauma, stress relief, bringing awareness into the present, and even enabling erection. "Unlike men's Viagra, cannabis doesn't have a single effect on physiology," he said. Dr. Dustin Sulak, whose patients include Begin and other veterans, said marijuana has been life-changing for his patients. In his opinion, marijuana is a safer option: People die from opiate overdoses, but they don't overdose from marijuana, he said. "It's an herb," Sulak said.


Medical Marijuana Doctors in Massachusetts | Integr8 Health - Massachusetts

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Dustin Sulak, DO
Director of Education for Integr8 Massachusetts and Chief Medical Director at Integr8 Health Dr. Dustin Sulak, DO Dr. Dustin Sulak, DOChief Medical Director of Integr8 Maine Dustin Sulak, DO is a licensed osteopathic physician. He is a practitioner and advocate of integrative medicine, the intelligent combination of conventional and alternative approaches to healthcare. He has long been fascinated by mind-body medicine, spirituality in healthcare, and natural approaches to promoting health and healing. He is a clinical hypnotherapist, Reiki Sensei, practioner of chi kung and yoga, and has studied with numerous convention and alternative healers and physicians. Dr. Sulak holds the distinction of being a Diplomat of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine. He lectures on medical marijuana and the endocannabinoid system nationally. He is an advocate for medical marijuana and has been impressed by the excellent clinical responses he's seen in medical marijuana patients. He is enthusiastic about educating patients on the optimal uses of medical marijuana, and educating healthcare providers who may be misinformed about this safe and incredibly effective medicine. Dr. Sulak has assembled a team of like-minded healthcare practitioners to help provide high quality integrative medicine consultations and medical marijuana evaluations. Dr. Sulak's Credentials: Dr. Sulak is a graduate of Indiana University and the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine.


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