Cannabis Pharmacy: The Practical Guide to Medical Marijuana by Michael Backes

By Michael Backes

Evidence-based details on utilizing hashish for diseases and stipulations, plus a accomplished consultant to the preferred varieties

The such a lot finished, easy-to-use ebook on hand on knowing and utilizing scientific marijuana

There are at present 4.2 million clinical hashish sufferers within the usa, and there are 20 states plus the District of Columbia the place scientific hashish is felony. As scientific hashish turns into an permitted natural medication, there's a call for for transparent, easy-to-follow details for the layperson in line with the most recent sound scientific and evidence-based research.

Written via Michael Backes, a revered specialist within the box, Cannabis Pharmacy begins with the background of scientific marijuana and an evidence of ways hashish works with the body's personal endocannabinoid method. Backes is going directly to discover intimately 27 of the most well-liked hashish kinds, how one can establish them, the variations among them, and the health conditions for which sufferers have stated effectiveness. extra chapters describe tips to arrange and shop hashish, how most sensible to manage these arrangements, and the way to change and keep an eye on dosage. additionally integrated is a consultant to 29 illnesses and health problems for which medical professionals typically suggest clinical marijuana, together with power discomfort, chemotherapy-induced nausea, a number of sclerosis, Alzheimer's disorder, fibromyalgia, and Parkinson's disease.

Meticulously researched and written in a simple and available kind, Cannabis Pharmacy provides the clearest, such a lot whole, and such a lot functional info to be had at the use and merits of scientific marijuana.

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