Cannabis Science - Cannabis Wissenschaft:From Prohibition to Human Right - Von der Prohibition zum Recht auf Genuß
Science of Medical Cannabis:
The world we live in today is far different than it was 100 years ago. In fact, it is vastly different from the world of even 10 years ago. The advances in the medical science field deserve the most praise. These advances have improved and enhanced treatment methods for the diseases and ailments that are ever more present in society. Out of these advances, cannabis oil has been one of the most effective and widely adopted medical treatment methods of the last century. Cannabis oil, also referred to as hemp oil, is greatly different from marijuana that individuals use to get ´´high´´ and even different from medical marijuana administered by medical professionals. The main component, the active ingredient in cannabis oil, is a cannabinoid by the name of Cannabidiol (CBD). The absorption of CBD by the body does not result in any psychoactive effects, such as a feeling of being ´´high´´ or ´´stoned.´´ Rather, their effects on the body can be described as calming and soothing, both on a physical level which an individual can recognize as well as on a level beneath the skin. The active ingredient in Marijuana that is used for recreational or medicinal purposes, on the other hand, is Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is the cannabinoid that induces the feeling of being ´´high´´ that is most often associated with all forms of cannabis. The reported benefits of cannabis oil vary greatly and span medical conditions such as cancer, epilepsy, insomnia, and high blood pressure. Cannabis oil has been touted by some as a ´´miracle treatment´´ for many conditions that simply did not have an effective treatment with minimal side effects available to consumers. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Peter Bierma. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/063430/bk_acx0_063430_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Debunk common myths and learn a series of astonishing facts about this truly magical plant - starting today! For the last few years, cannabis oil is becoming more and more popular among therapists of various fields and specialties - and there’s a good reason! However, in the age of information, there’s also a lot of ... misinformation about the matter; and that’s what this book is here to solve! Find out anything you need to know about the amazing properties and uses of cannabis oil in various disease treatments, including: its origins, its importance, its differences to hemp oil, and much, much more! A lot of ailments have proven stubborn, hence the search for alternative medication. As technology has evolved, research into the medical world has increased astronomically with the limelight being shown towards the use of natural herbs. Among such herbs is cannabis oil, which is derived from the Sativa plant. Cannabis is a naturally growing herb that has been used for thousands of years to treat different health conditions. It’s also used in making perfumes, soaps, candles, and some other foods and supplements. Cannabis is a very powerful oil with the ability to treat numerous health conditions, and only a small amount is needed for it to have a powerful effect on the body and mind - hence it is termed a wonder plant. Though serious research is still ongoing, there have been some success stories regarding the ability of the oil to treat diverse problems. Numerous diseases and infections are treatable with cannabis oil, including; Anorexia Emesis Pain Epilepsy Anxieties Inflammation Multiple sclerosis Neurodegenerative disorders Inflammation Asthma Glaucoma Osteoporosis Schizophrenia Cardiovascular disorders Cancer Obesity Skin treatment 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eddie Leonard, Jr.. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/114247/bk_acx0_114247_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Make informed decisions about the benefits of using cannabis Pot is hot--for good reason. To date, 30 states have legalized medical marijuana to the tune of nearly $11B in consumer spending. Whether it´s to help alleviate symptoms of an illness or for adults to use recreationally, more people every day are turning to marijuana. Cannabis For Dummies presents the science behind the use of this amazingly therapeutic plant. Inside, you´ll find the hands-on knowledge and education you need to make an informed decision about your cannabis purchase, as a patient and a consumer. Decide for yourself if marijuana is right for you Manage aches and pains Gain insight on the effects and possible symptom relief Enjoy both sweet and savory edibles Navigate the legal requirements If you´re curious about cannabis, everything you need to discover its many benefits is a page away!
After decades of misinformation about cannabis largely due to the well-funded propaganda campaign in the 1930s, public attitudes toward the drug have finally begun to evolve. In 1996, California became the first state to legalize medical marijuana, and since then, 28 other states, two US territories, and the District of Columbia have followed suit. Now, countless patients are reaping the benefits of this amazing resource that has been used to effectively treat everything from chronic pain to debilitating illnesses.In The Medical Marijuana Guide: Cannabis and Your Health, Dr. Patricia Frye takes a direct, no-nonsense approach to educating listeners about cannabis and its medicinal qualities. After having retired from medicine, Dr. Frye was offered an opportunity to practice cannabis treatment. Intrigued, she educated herself on this emerging alternative and is now ready to share with others what she has learned.In this audiobook, using humorous and touching stories from the many situations she has encountered in her practice over the years, Dr. Frye provides valuable information about the undeniable medicinal qualities of cannabis. This audiobook helps to destigmatize this misunderstood drug and educate listeners on the history of cannabis and how it is used by the medical community today. This is an accessible, enjoyable resource that will not only entertain listeners, but may change their lives for the better. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Pamela Almand. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/inbl/000816/bk_inbl_000816_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In the world of medicine, experts are constantly looking for the right method to cure illnesses and diseases; they are willing to spend thousands and millions of dollars when it comes to research. Despite the state-of-the-art technologies that are created to come up with the most effective means to cure diseases or illnesses, scientists and experts still have not met the requirements to provide treatments that are affordable and have only a few side effects. For instance, people who are suffering from late-stage cancer may not get the real treatment they need. Costly treatments like chemotherapy may just help them relieve the symptoms and prevent the cancer cells from spreading, but will it take away the cancer? Sadly, no; the patient still continues to struggle and will not acquire the recovery that he or she deserves. On the other hand, there´s one alternative treatment that is deemed promising and a breakthrough when it comes to curing various diseases and illnesses, and it is no other than cannabis, or marijuana, a popular plant that is always associated with dangerous drugs and prohibited by the government in most parts of the world. Many textbooks, magazines, journals, and documentaries have been made about marijuana, and sadly not all of them are in favor of cannabis. This may be due to the stigma that has been attached to marijuana for several decades already. It can be associated with the extensive use of marijuana that can cause a feeling of being high, just as other illegal drugs do. This became more apparent in 1971, when President Nixon declared a war against drugs, and this included marijuana. Marijuana was used by our ancient ancestors in many corners of the world. There is evidence that shows that cannabis was indeed part of their daily activity, as several remnants of cannabis were found in ancient sites and mummies. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Angell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/051130/bk_acx0_051130_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.