Eternally Grateful



I would like to personally thank each and everyone who has selflessly given to the cause.

Without your “Blood sweat and tears” we would not be where we are today.

I am eternally grateful and I want to express it here.

Dean of Green
Dolph Cooke

A glimpse of the generosity of our Members.

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Thank you everyone thus far


  1. Kathy Lukic
    March 20, 2018 @ 9:51 pm

    ..And a BIG THANKS must be given to you Dolph.. for without your passion and dream the ACU would not be.

    Your time, knowledge, courage and expertise in many things has given us the strength & courage to walk with you
    on this journey to educate all of the wondrous health benefits of this Nature given healing plant.

    May your guidance be a beacon of Green that leads the way, and that we may in turn then help others to learn.

    Peace & Love


    • Garry Eldridge
      March 30, 2019 @ 11:12 am

      Hear! Hear! to Dolph’s efforts Kat.

      A call out to all students:

      I am currently making enquiries around the world to all this organisations that have compiled databases of those who have used cannabis and hopefully other plants to improve their health and overcome disease.

      If you hear or see any hints of databases, no matter how small please feel free to let me know and I’ll contact them for further information.

      I’m hopeful that we may be able to plagiarise one or more to create an Australian database, with all the privacy concerns covered.

      yours in great health

      • Kathy Lukic
        April 8, 2019 @ 1:57 pm

        Hey Garry, thanks for your comments! Sounds like you have a plan. Keep an eye on the Uni’s Facebook group chat page for links posted by other members related to cannabis that may be helpful also.
        Keep up the Green work.. 🙂

  2. Dr Steven P Goodman
    May 7, 2018 @ 12:13 pm

    As both a recreational (30 years) and medicinal (10 years) user – thanks for what you are doing.
    I have MS and it is the only thing that relieves spasms and spasticity – I can walk with a stick after – not a rollator.

    Just trouble getting hold of things – which is a national disgrace

    • Garry Eldridge
      March 30, 2019 @ 11:06 am

      Dear Doc Goodman.
      I am so sorry to hear of your MS. There is a wonderful Team in Canada (the Embry Family) who have made a documentary called “Living Proof” [ spoiler alert when you watch the full movie. Casein from cow’s milk and milk products is not good for sufferers of MS ]

      I am appalled at the inhumane responses from the World’s MS Societies. They do NOT want a real cure as this will kill their business.

      Matt Embry, an MS sufferer has been threatened by the MS Society of Canada.

      I am fortunate not to be a sufferer. I wish you all the very best in your journey

  3. Mark Bentley
    May 16, 2018 @ 2:52 pm

    Hey Dolph!
    Tuning in from the West Coast hills here, and was recently put onto your ACU this morning!
    Loving your work, and we have a lot of people over here in WA keen to get involved in cracking open this mad political game and liberating the green medicine into the world where she has always belonged. 😀

    Big love, Mark

    • Dean of Green
      May 17, 2018 @ 8:19 pm

      Lets all get together. Many hands make light work. Would love to do an event over in WA or be a speaker / spruiker at an event. Spread the word.

    • Kathy Lukic
      May 20, 2018 @ 10:49 am

      Welcome ‘thecreativerebel’ .. it’s great to have you on board!
      Our Cannabis journey is spreading far and wide! Look forward to meeting many more from the West who support growing and the use of “the Peoples” naturally grown medicine.. Dolph I feel another road-trip coming on..! 🙂

  4. Aaron Griggs
    May 20, 2018 @ 7:50 pm

    Hi everyone,

    I’m new to all this but I’ve had some health issues and just trying to find out if anyone has been in a similar situation to me.

    A family friend in the US told me this was the best forum to find out the best info on how to manage my pain.

    I had a brain aneurysm burst 7 years ago and have constant migraines and blurred vision since. In all honesty I probably shouldn’t be alive. These migraines can last for up to 9 days at a time.

    I’ve been trying cbd oil for a few months but unsure as to how much and for how long I’ll need to be taking it.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated

    • Karla Grunewald
      July 24, 2018 @ 2:56 am

      Hi griggsy5,
      I have been using Cannabis medicinally for a couple of years now and recently I found Dr Sulak’s website, it has precious information for patients, and also for recreational users:

  5. Frank Huysing
    May 22, 2018 @ 8:59 pm

    Hey griggsy5
    The thing is that we are all built differently, some people get relief from whatever they are trying to control using 1 or 2 drops while some need to take more then that. Take my case as an instance:- I had a bad back for many years, until 15 years ago when I went for Surgery, (A Laminectomy) the reaming out and opening the space in Vertebrae at lower end of the spine (2, 3 and 4) to be exact and lived happily from then on. until last October when a bad infection in one of my Teeth it went into my bones and the joint between 4 and 5 gave me Hell, Back to the Surgeon, whom I finally got to see Feb 22 and then after a lot of MRI and Xray’s on the table 14th of March and all I was using for pain control was the CBD oil and still kept up my busy life and gradually increased the dosage to 30 or so drops of CBD X 3tmes a day plus 15 drops of THC X 3 times a day, during the last week or so, at that rate I was not totally out of the pain zone, but I kept it at that to make sure that if I did some tasks that I should not be doing the pain would pull me up.
    Then 10 days before the opp I was advised to stop all medications, that may thin my blood as that would cause problems during the opp. Well that is when I found out just how well the weed works, the first 2 day’s into the fast were not to bad and then for the next 8 days it was pure agony, to say the least. The only position that gave me some relief of the pain was sitting down, and that’s what I did, but to sleep I was forced to turn to the pharmaceuticals, Totally against my beliefs, but that was the only way I could get some sleep. I came out of Hospital 2 days after the opp with a new lease on life. The crutches are parked just inside the back door for good I hope. I still take about 5-6 drops of CBD X 3 times a day, just to keep my health up. My advice to all is:- As we have been deprived of the great medicine for close to 100 Years we need to introduce it back into our lives SSLLOOWWLLEEYY and in a regular fashion. Start with 1 drop X 3 or four times a day and keep building up the dosage until YOUR BODY tells you that will do nicely, that is then your dose, and you should keep doing it regularly for a while, The while can be up to you, When you think you have fixed whatever you were trying to fix, slowly reduce the dosage until you get to a dosage you feel comfortable with to prevent a recurrence.

  6. James Nelson
    May 23, 2018 @ 4:41 pm

    I’m looking for an answer, big pharma and the PBS have me on Tegretol, Olanzapine, Mirtazapine, Indep, and diazepam so having been a canabis user in my late teens and early adulthood I am now questioning so many things. During mid life canabis was something to be ashamed of in discussion in the corporate world and you kept it to yourself. Rethinking my life now at 63 I realise the government’s approach and possible corruption from alcohol and other interests has “got it wrong” …. so very very wrong. Whilst society is in the grip of an alcohol and hard drugs they have failed the test on common sense and that of course is canabis, our friends in California and many states of the US have seen the reefer madness and are well over it with sensible laws falling into place, Tax, Regulate and Educate while keeping alcohol age at 21 to avoid brain damage by this disgusting binge drinking at 18 years when it is known the brains cortex has not fully matured. Wake up Australia and my heart felt thanks to people like Dolph Cooke that had the guts to stand up. After my Hodgkins Lymphoma treatment has left my health damaged I pledge to donate what little I have out of my disability support pension to the ACU. I hope I am not put in a wooden box by the time decriminalization laws are introduced. Yes commonsense is all I ask. Thank you Dolph Cooke and the others who’s hands are in the air not ashamed to be counted.

  7. Christine Meiers
    June 2, 2018 @ 9:49 am

    Thank you Dolph and all the worker bee’s that are helping in this Australia wide desire to find some relief from whatever ailments have brought us all together looking for something that will WORK. I have more labels than I care to list in my Thank you post but I can honestly say that my life has spun on it’s head now since meeting some lovely worker bee’s in the tent. I’m almost a month in now- three weeks since I’ve felt it necessary to take any anxiety medication. I am feeling more alive and present than I have in decades and there is very little I would not give to have revieved this sort of relief years ago. As a special needs mum to a child who can not commonicate with others (nor myself but I understand a lil more as mother) and a teenager also on the spectrum- as their advocate I always felt unable to be all that I needed to be or even half of what I’d hoped. This change has given me so much hope. Thank you so much everyone who has been apart of this process. I am going to be a passionate helper whenever possible 🙂
    – Chris

  8. June Brannigan
    June 19, 2018 @ 12:20 pm

    Could anyone out there help? I am taking CBD oil, 12 drops per day, into my second week and will up the dose a little. I have TN Neuralgia, which is spasmodic at the moment but I still get at least one stab of pain per day. It has been worse. I am not on any medication now so hopefully I may stabilise, I wonder if I should be using THCA, as well or instead of? Do these products come in different strengths? Could anyone please help? Thank you.

  9. Raquel Ward
    June 19, 2018 @ 6:04 pm

    Yes they do come in different strengths. How often are u taking the drops? Is one stab of pain less that what u have had in the past?

    • June Brannigan
      June 30, 2018 @ 1:41 pm

      Thank you Raquel, I just saw your reply. I am now taking CBDA 5drops 3x day and added THCA 1 drop 3 x day. This is into 3rd week. The stabs are as frequent, whenever I use a towel, facecloth etc but no worse. I will carry on with this, lower the ratio maybe.
      I cant see where on the site shop anything stronger. Thanks for your input!

  10. ross cooper
    June 23, 2018 @ 1:58 pm

    Hi all,
    Just a newbie to ACU. I have been taking the CBDa oil now for 10 days, 6 drops per day. My knee is feeling great and very little pain compared to what it was. I did a drug test to see if it picked up anything, and as the Dean of Green said, it came back negative, so I am so rapted. As a paramedic, I can not afford a positive reading. So now, I can take it with full confidence.

    So thankful to ACU and the person that suggested the connection to me.

  11. Tom Rabold
    July 7, 2018 @ 11:31 am

    Being an engineer I need to understand how things work, and to that end I very much enjoyed Medican 2 weeks ago.
    I have settled on 3 drops CBD 3 times a day. I feel good, more relaxed.
    In the last 6 months I was starting to get more and more stress related headaches. Now, not one headache since CBD.
    Thanks ACU for making a proper product available.

  12. Michelle McDonald
    July 23, 2018 @ 7:57 pm

    I’m about to start on the cbd oil for anxiety and chronic back pain. Can’t tell you how much I hope this works because I can’t live like this much longer! Really hoping for a positive result. Thank you thank you thank You!!!!

    • Dean of Green
      July 26, 2018 @ 12:29 pm

      Shelley start low go slow and on the 3rd week use the titration document.
      This is by far the best success we have seen. Give your body time to adjust and then time to balance
      Dean of Green

  13. Rachel Frew
    August 24, 2018 @ 4:18 pm

    Oh I didn’t realise that the titration document is only to be used on the 3rd week? I’d been using it straight away and wondering why working my way up to 5 doses produces no effect?

  14. Deborah Brisley
    September 7, 2018 @ 2:52 pm

    Hi, I have three dear people battling health issues and I would like to help them out. Some of you may be able to suggest which Cannabis oil would best suit their needs? I would be very grateful as I have little experience.
    1. Female family member with 3.2cm triple negative breast cancer, in second week of chemo and open to alternate therapies as well. Jayne’s cancer is not hormone driven like her mum, who passed Feb 2018 after a 5yr battle. I have a colour wheel which suggests: CBC, CBD, CBDa, CBG, THC & THCa. I’ve heard THC being bantered about for cancer. Can anyone clarify which I should order?
    2. My son in law, apart from losing his mum (above) and whose sister Jayne now has breast cancer as well, has had the Retina in one eye partially detach and is experiencing on going problems with the eye. Paul also has a degenerative problem in his neck that is giving him on going pain. The headaches and pain along with dealing with his sisters cancer are overwhelming. Can someone suggest what which Oil would best help Paul please?
    3. A lady friend has also got a 9mm breast cancer. Julie has recently finished a course of radiation and has made her own Cannabis Oil but is unsure of amount she should take. I would prefer her to buy from this website and would like some advise on what Oil she should be on if someone can advise please? Deb

    • Dean of Green
      September 7, 2018 @ 10:18 pm

      Hello Deborah,
      Get these folks to join the Uni and order a consultation to have an experienced person to work through the issues with them.
      Dean of Green

  15. Paul Annis-Brown
    October 10, 2018 @ 1:57 pm

    Hey Dean . How do i go about organising a consultation please

  16. Cayne Petersen
    November 6, 2018 @ 8:47 am

    Hi everyone.
    Have a number of health issues and have been on morphine and fentanyl as well as others since not long after finishing 6 months of chemo mid 2016. Have slowly become more tolerant to the point where I have to use enough to drop a horse and don’t get anywhere near the relief I got when I started.
    Anyways, I am very interested in speaking to one of the consultants to see what would be the best course of action considering my circumstances.
    My question is, how does this happen? I have seen the cost for this is $100 in the online store and am happy to pay and as I live on the gold coast would be happy to drive down for the consultation in person. If omebody could advise me as to how to get the this going as I would like to get this happening as soon as possible.
    Grateful in advance for any help given… Cayne

  17. Cayne Petersen
    November 12, 2018 @ 1:17 pm

    Thanks to Dolph who responded to my post via email

  18. Michelle Fabian
    December 3, 2018 @ 4:37 pm

    New member from the Gold Coast. Heard about you just this morning. Looking forward to learning and being counted

  19. Kathy Lukic
    December 6, 2018 @ 9:54 am

    Hi icedvovos, (yummy bikkies 🙂 )

    Welcome to our University, great to have you here!! Have a look around, there is plenty to find.
    If you need any help with anything you can go to the Forums and see if the answer is there or even post your own question or comment. There is usually someone who can advise you..

    🙂 Kat

  20. Kenneth Phoenix
    December 11, 2018 @ 8:39 am

    I can’t believe this.
    Pain and often a limp about 10 years due to arthritic knee pain. The Dean of Green send me a dropper bottle full of oil.

    Two drops a day for 7 days.
    Four drops a day for 2 days.

    Oh! Barely limped yesterday, and non at all so far today. Biggest job now is to ‘re-educate’ my brain that I don’t have to limp, don’t have to avoid stairs.
    Thank You!
    Thank You!
    Thank You!.

  21. Phil Hall
    December 11, 2018 @ 11:52 pm

    Hi Everyone, Phil from the sunshine coast. I’m a new member and also a member of the health industry. I recently obtained some cannabis oil for relief of anxiety and found that within a few days I felt like a new person. However, this oil contains THC and our local law enforcement officers are blitzing on roadside drug testing. Also, our local newspaper likes to run a “name and shame” column every couple of weeks where all positive drug tests are listed. If my employer saw this I could potentially lose my job and registration as a health practitioner, which I obviously don’t want to do. As a result of this I have stopped taking the oil but was wondering if anyone (Dean of Green?) could confirm if the ACU cbd oil is THC free or drug test negative? Recent court case has certainly stirred things up in QLD politics with an indication that medical grade cannabis oil could be legislated early in the new year.
    Thank you to all. Let’s fight the good fight and get this amazing, healing plant to all!

    • Dean of Green
      December 14, 2018 @ 6:29 pm

      Hello Phil. The oil is a cold infusion of whole plant cannabis that is certified low thc.
      Being raw there is no THC in it however if you heat it or age it the THCA will degrade to THC.
      Since most of the people using it are doing so as a nutrient dense food most of the ingredients
      will be put to work fixing up where the body is unbalanced.
      No one to-date has tested positive from it. Many people who get tested weekly because of their job
      are amazed that they do not show up. Caution thou if you overuse or abuse it then things can change.

      Dean of Green

      • Phil Hall
        December 15, 2018 @ 10:49 pm

        Hi Dolph, thank you so much for clarifying this. I have had anecdotal comments that it was safe but really needed to hear it from you! No intention of overuse/abuse. I know my body will tell me when I reach the therapeutic level.

  22. Laura Parkhill
    December 21, 2018 @ 8:22 am

    Good day. I have almost full body Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. I am currently taking an oil that is 16mg each of THC and CBD per .1ml or 8 mg per drop. It works great, but it’s $330 for a 10ml bottle. This is not a good situation for a disabled pensioner. I am desperate for something more affordable. My pain doctor has prescribed Nanabis for me through the SAS, but it’s not ideal, eh.
    I would love a consultation, but I am not able to afford it until maybe 2026. I need a bottle per month of my current oil, so I budget for that, and I am in so much debt from 7 years of being ill.
    Can anyone tell me what to order based on what I currently use? I have 3 drops under my tongue 3 times a day on a high pain day. I only use it at night if I know I have to drive the next day.
    If there is a comparable product I can purchase at a lower cost than my current oil, I can afford to pay the consultation fee. I absolutely want to do this. Folks are worthy of their wages for their hard work and devotion to properly prescribe a medication.
    I have zero health issues other than the CRPS. I am 56 and of Native American descent.
    I appreciate your care and thank you for reading.

    • Kathy Lukic
      December 23, 2018 @ 7:28 pm

      Hi grandmuffin,
      Thanks for your inquiry. I will get the Dean to answer you as l am not experienced in the dosing. I can tell you though, our healers are very thorough and you will be given the best advice possible. While Dean Green is an incredibly busy man he always has time to answer students concerns and questions. I will make a note to him to get back to you asap.. Hang in there.. 🙂

      • Laura Parkhill
        December 24, 2018 @ 1:16 pm

        Thank you so much, Kathy. As I said, I am committed to pay my own way. I just need a bit of a hand until I can get the right help and know how much to budget for. I am so happy to have found you all.

  23. Dean of Green
    January 5, 2019 @ 1:43 pm

    Hello grandmuffin8

    Shoot me an email as this is a public viewable format.

  24. Damien Toth
    January 9, 2019 @ 9:50 pm

    Hi All,
    Bertolotti’s syndrome is giving me grief and although this is recognised as a condition resulting in chronic pain this isn’t something that the pain clinic can subscribe anything for other than anti-inflamattories like Mobix. Problem is that it’s not kind to the organs and stomach.

    Would be great to hear from others with this rare condition and see the level of success others are having controlling the inflammation and the resulting agonising pain which often persists for weeks at a time. From extensive experience i know edibles work, the only problem is that the amount I need for it to work prohibits me from doing anything productive but it helps me get sleep without feeling the agonising pain.

    Very glad and thankful to hear this University exists!

    Cheers to all that made this happen and continue with it!

    • Dean of Green
      February 11, 2019 @ 12:06 pm

      Hey Boris
      It is possible to get the relief you need without getting stoned mate.
      The Uni has many recipes and techniques to bring you back from the brink most of which you will never get stoned on.
      Its time for you to come down and get involved.

  25. Andrew Scott
    January 14, 2019 @ 9:39 am

    Hi, Im a Army Veteran off 20 years, during my time I have had lower back surgery, both shoulders blown out, osteoarthritis in both feet,as well as gout in both feet, and in L/H wrist, testi cancer, just before NY, completed 5 weeks of radiation treatment, which resulted in my arm looking like 5kg of chewed pizza, and finally PTSD/depression , any suggestions guys?


  26. alexander hamilton
    February 11, 2019 @ 9:33 am

    Hi everyone

    I’ve got some CBD and THC for my father who is battling Parkinson’s Disease. What is the correct method of working out tolerance etc and dosage? I am also interested in CBD for optimal health and dealing with upcoming knee surgery? Should I be taking the THC as well?

    What should I expect b

    • Dean of Green
      February 11, 2019 @ 12:02 pm

      Look at the Titration sheet in the members area (
      As a rule we get you to try one oil at a time. Cbda is known for anti inflammatory effects so if your knee is getting surgery because of PAIN only then it might be wise to try THCA if CBDA has no effect.
      It is all experimental.
      Everyone is different.

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