Handbook of Cannabis and Related Pathologies:Biology, Pharmacology, Diagnosis, and Treatment
The Cannabis Industry Accounting and Appraisal Guide: Indispensable Resources on Taxation, Financial Accounting, and the Appraisal of Cannabis-Related Intellectual Property and Business Interests: Ronald L. Seigneur, Brenda M. Clarke, Stacey D. Udell
Typically, people would advise us not to self-medicate with cannabis oil, but after studies have been made when it comes to the effects it has on different illnesses, even that belief is slowly being overturned. From nausea, pains, cramps, to even cancer, cannabis oil certainly has a number of different medical benefits that you might want to acquaint yourself with. People who live with chronic pain, spastic movements, and tremors, as well as those who battle with cancer and have been suffering from nausea, can certainly benefit from the use of cannabis and cannabis oil. There is now scientific evidence to back up the radical claim that the plant and some of its byproducts have certain medical benefits despite its notoriety as a recreational drug. It has already been proven to provide certain benefits when it comes to pain, to the point where it is also prescribed (medical marijuana) to people who are undergoing chemotherapy and other related medical procedures. It is also known to have an effect on neurological disorders and, in recent studies, is shown to be capable of killing cancer cells. But what is the truth behind all of these claims? In this book, you´ll learn more about its effects and how you can put cannabis oil to use. What you will learn: What cannabis oil is Proper uses for cannabis oil Cannabis oil for skin conditions Cannabis oil for treating cancer Common health problems cured with cannabis oil And much, much more! So don´t delay: download your copy today! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tim Titus. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/077732/bk_acx0_077732_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Historian Isaac Campos combines wide-ranging archival research with the latest scholarship on the social and cultural dimensions of drug-related behavior in this telling of marijuana´s remarkable history in Mexico. Introduced in the sixteenth century by the Spanish, cannabis came to Mexico as an industrial fiber and symbol of European empire. But, Campos demonstrates, as it gradually spread to indigenous pharmacopoeias, then prisons and soldiers´ barracks, it took on both a Mexican name--marijuana - and identity as a quintessentially ´´Mexican´´ drug. A century ago, Mexicans believed that marijuana could instantly trigger madness and violence in its users, and the drug was outlawed nationwide in 1920. Home Grown thus traces the deep roots of the antidrug ideology and prohibitionist policies that anchor the drug-war violence that engulfs Mexico today. Campos also counters the standard narrative of modern drug wars, which casts global drug prohibition as a sort of informal American cultural colonization. Instead, he argues, Mexican ideas were the foundation for notions of ´´reefer madness´´ in the United States. This book is an indispensible guide for anyone who hopes to understand the deep and complex origins of marijuana´s controversial place in North American history. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ray Chase. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/004262/bk_adbl_004262_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This is the third and final volume of North Atlantic Books´ hard cover edition of Dale Pendell´s Pharmako trilogy, an encyclopedic study of the history and uses of psychoactive plants and related synthetics first published between 1995 and 2005. The books form an interrelated suite of works that provide the reader with a unique, reliable, and often personal immersion in this medically, culturally, and spiritually fascinating subject. All three books are beautifully designed and illustrated, and are written with unparalleled authority, erudition, playfulness, and range. Pharmako/Gnosis: Plant Teachers and the Poison Path focuses on plant-based and derivative psychedelic ´´teachers´´ (including ayahuasca, peyote, LSD, and DMT) and on the ´´poison path´´ of substances such as belladonna, ketamine, and ibogaine. Each substance is explored in detail, not only with information on its history, pharmacology, preparation, and cultural and esoteric correspondences, but also the subtleties of each plant´s effect on consciousness in a way that only poets can do. The whole concoction is sprinkled with abundant quotations from famous writers, creating a literary brew as intoxicating as its subject. The Pharmako series includes the predecessor volumes Pharmako/Poeia (which covers tobacco, alcohol, cannabis, opiates, salvia divinorum, and other substances) and Pharmako/Dynamis (focusing on stimulants and empathogens).