Featuring a thorough A-Z guide to what conditions CBD and THC can help from sleep to anxiety, pain, stress, cancer, epilepsy and so much more. It’s all covered in an educational, service-oriented, reader-friendly format.
Two million patients can’t be wrong: That’s how many ailing Americans are currently using some form of doctor-prescribed medical marijuana to help with everything from epilepsy to cancer recovery to migraines to depression. There appears to be no stopping this movement toward full legalization, with 93% of U.S. adults now supporting such a move.
This book looks at all the new research in the space providing the latest information. This comprehensive chronicle lets readers know what use is currently allowed in their home state, what myths about marijuana they should believe or ignore and even what CBD-infused healing they can buy over the counter and do at home. It includes the newest research and healing success stories from veterans suffering from PTSD to rare diseases, biotech type cures and everyday syndromes.
Craig Tomashoff may not have done it all during his twenty-plus years as a journalist but he’s certainly tried. Whether navigating through the wilds of Hollywood or South American villages, he’s had the presence of mind to write about his experiences for a wide variety of publications, including People, the New York Times, Vanity Fair, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe and The Hollywood Reporter. He has also worked as a producer on a variety of TV shows, including VH1’s Behind the Music, The Late Late Show With Craig Kilborn and The Queen Latifah Show. Somewhere along the way, he’s also written three books: The Can’t-idates: Running For President When Nobody Knows Your Name, You Live, You Learn: The Alanis Morissette Story and (co-authored) I’m Screaming As Fast As I Can: My Life in B-Movies with Linnea Quigley. Craig currently resides in Encino, California, where he enjoys embarrassing his children as often as possible with his love of ‘80s pop music and horrific puns.