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A woman’s handbook to demystifying the world of weed, whether it’s being used for pain relief, a moment of calm, or a fit of giggles.   Women of all ages are using cannabis to feel and look better. For rookies and experienced marijuana users alike, this lively, information-filled book is just the supportive guide you need to find the right dose to relieve anxiety, depress A woman’s handbook to demystifying the world of weed, whether it’s being used for pain relief, a moment of calm, or a fit of giggles.   Women of all ages are using cannabis to feel and look better. For rookies and experienced marijuana users alike, this lively, information-filled book is just the supportive guide you need to find the right dose to relieve anxiety, depression, and inflammation, and mitigate the onset of dementia and other signs of aging. Plus boost moods, ease aches, even lose weight, and get restful sleep. And a dose just for fun? Well, that works, too!   Here’s how to navigate the typical dispensary, with its overwhelming options of concentrates, edibles, vape pens, and tinctures. Understand the amazing health-giving compounds found in cannabis—THC, CBD, terpenes, and more—and how to use topicals to reduce pain and give your skin a healthy glow. There’s even advice on how not to get high but still reap all the amazing health benefits.   Plus over twenty recipes, from edibles like Classic Pot Brownies and Netflix and Chill Caramels to self-care products like Radiant Glow Serum and Happy Body Bar.  


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A woman’s handbook to demystifying the world of weed, whether it’s being used for pain relief, a moment of calm, or a fit of giggles.   Women of all ages are using cannabis to feel and look better. For rookies and experienced marijuana users alike, this lively, information-filled book is just the supportive guide you need to find the right dose to relieve anxiety, depress A woman’s handbook to demystifying the world of weed, whether it’s being used for pain relief, a moment of calm, or a fit of giggles.   Women of all ages are using cannabis to feel and look better. For rookies and experienced marijuana users alike, this lively, information-filled book is just the supportive guide you need to find the right dose to relieve anxiety, depression, and inflammation, and mitigate the onset of dementia and other signs of aging. Plus boost moods, ease aches, even lose weight, and get restful sleep. And a dose just for fun? Well, that works, too!   Here’s how to navigate the typical dispensary, with its overwhelming options of concentrates, edibles, vape pens, and tinctures. Understand the amazing health-giving compounds found in cannabis—THC, CBD, terpenes, and more—and how to use topicals to reduce pain and give your skin a healthy glow. There’s even advice on how not to get high but still reap all the amazing health benefits.   Plus over twenty recipes, from edibles like Classic Pot Brownies and Netflix and Chill Caramels to self-care products like Radiant Glow Serum and Happy Body Bar.  

30 review for A Woman's Guide to Cannabis: Using Marijuana to Feel Better, Look Better, Sleep Better–and Get High Like a Lady

  1. 5 out of 5

    Steph Myers

    OK, hold the judgement if you know me. As a librarian in the state of Colorado where Cannabis is legal both medically and recreationally, I decided one of my many resolutions would be to educate myself. This is a very short introduction for the "I've no idea about weed today" person. Nikki states in the beginning that she wanted to write a book that would walk such a person (think older and female, though not necessarily) through some of the data from JAMA and NIH studies then through their firs OK, hold the judgement if you know me. As a librarian in the state of Colorado where Cannabis is legal both medically and recreationally, I decided one of my many resolutions would be to educate myself. This is a very short introduction for the "I've no idea about weed today" person. Nikki states in the beginning that she wanted to write a book that would walk such a person (think older and female, though not necessarily) through some of the data from JAMA and NIH studies then through their first visit to a dispensary. She has made it very easy to understand the difference between sativas and indicas; THC an CBD; edibles and sublinguals. With new science showing the potential to stave off Alzheimer's and help with Parkinson's, I may just recommend this to my mom.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Well written, but severely lacking in source material. The author also makes several overblown claims that undermine her authority on the subject. I know it sucks to write “this is still in the very early stages of research” over and over, but that’s what the truth is for many of these claims. There’s no bibliography, exactly ONE study is cited, and the recommended reading list is mostly cookbooks. I really wanted to like this book, because I was hoping to pass it on to a few loved ones with hea Well written, but severely lacking in source material. The author also makes several overblown claims that undermine her authority on the subject. I know it sucks to write “this is still in the very early stages of research” over and over, but that’s what the truth is for many of these claims. There’s no bibliography, exactly ONE study is cited, and the recommended reading list is mostly cookbooks. I really wanted to like this book, because I was hoping to pass it on to a few loved ones with health issues. Instead I couldn’t finish it, because the author’s inner salesperson came out and the claims got too big. Utterly disappointing.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amie's Book Reviews

    I just finished reading A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO CANNABIS by @gethighlikealady and it is a FANTASTIC #book Go to http://bit.ly/CannabisBook to read my #bookreview and for a #cannabis #lollipop #recipe which is just one of the terrific addons this book contains. Author Nikki Furrer has impressed me tremendously, her vast knowledge of the cannabis industry is not merely academic, nor is it solely based on other people's experiences. Her nearly encyclopedic knowledge of the various methods of ingestion a I just finished reading A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO CANNABIS by @gethighlikealady and it is a FANTASTIC #book Go to http://bit.ly/CannabisBook to read my #bookreview and for a #cannabis #lollipop #recipe which is just one of the terrific addons this book contains. Author Nikki Furrer has impressed me tremendously, her vast knowledge of the cannabis industry is not merely academic, nor is it solely based on other people's experiences. Her nearly encyclopedic knowledge of the various methods of ingestion and of the different strengths, mixtures, and ratios of THC to CBD is exactly the type of information that I had almost given up on finding. I am so glad that I didn't give up. My advice to other people (both men and women) is that if you are planning to spend some of your hard earned money on a book about marijuana, make sure this is the book you choose. I received a free eBook copy of "A Woman's Guide to Cannabis" through the Publisher and NetGalley, but I was so impressed that I also bought a physical copy of the book so that I would always be able to look up certain points whenever I want to, as well as to have the included recipes to hand at all times. I highly recommend that you purchase your own copy of this book whether you are planning to partake of cannabis yourself or not. Because there is so much misinformation floating around currently, it is important to have a solid, reliable source of information, especially if you are a parent, or just a concerned member of society. If you are informed, you will be able to better understand both sides of the marijuana debate. I rate this book as 5+ OUT OF 5 STARS ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐. If it were possible I would rate it even higher. Very few books receive my coveted 5+ Star rating but this book clearly deserves the highest rating possible. I would like to personally thank Author Nikki Furrer for creating THE DEFINITIVE BOOK ON CANNABIS. This book #review is also part of the #2019atozchallenge with @gingermomandcompany #mustread #amiesbookreviews @workmanpub @netgalley #NetGalley #TheWomansGuidetoCannabis #womenshealth #chronicpain #fibromyalgia  #2019booklovers #2019books #cannabiscommunity #cannabisculture #marijuana #health #2019 #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #bibliophile #booknerd #booklover #tbr #igread #igreads #instagramhub #authorsofinstagram #author #instagramers #instalike #instaread #instabook #booklove #cannabisforwellness #womenswellness #tbrlist #tbrpost #amreading #greatbook #bookshelf #cannabisrecipes #marijuanarecipes

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    First the good: Clearly written easy to follow recipes for a number of edibles, complete with instructions for oil, butter, and alcohol based extracts. Instructions on how to calculate just how much pot ends up in your brownies. Practical info like wtf even is a vape pen, a handy cannabis glossary, and answers to your other pot newbie questions. Now the bad: The first few chapters read like this: Insomnia? Pot. Fatigue? Pot. ALS, MS, Fibro etc? Pot. Dry skin, chapped lips, dandruff? Pot. Anxiety, First the good: Clearly written easy to follow recipes for a number of edibles, complete with instructions for oil, butter, and alcohol based extracts. Instructions on how to calculate just how much pot ends up in your brownies. Practical info like wtf even is a vape pen, a handy cannabis glossary, and answers to your other pot newbie questions. Now the bad: The first few chapters read like this: Insomnia? Pot. Fatigue? Pot. ALS, MS, Fibro etc? Pot. Dry skin, chapped lips, dandruff? Pot. Anxiety, depression, stress? Pot. Pain? Pot. A lot of pain? A lot of pot! The book constantly refers to cannabis as “medicine” but not a single supporting study, or reference is provided for any of these claims. Large portions of the book are instructions on Doctor shopping and what illnesses you need to claim to get a medicinal marijuana recommendation. TL;DR: Basically half of this book annoyed the crap out of me and the other half was a fairly practical beginners guide. 2.5 stars, let’s call it 3.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Krista

    I really enjoyed this book. Marijuana has been legal in Canada for a bit now, and I have begun to use it to unwind instead of a glass of wine. This book provided a good sounding board to start from if you are new to cannabis like I am. The author mentioned a lot of interesting ideas - and like others have mentioned - no, there weren’t a ton of good sources listed for a lot of what the author was claiming - that might be something I wanted to research more. For me, I am particularly interested in I really enjoyed this book. Marijuana has been legal in Canada for a bit now, and I have begun to use it to unwind instead of a glass of wine. This book provided a good sounding board to start from if you are new to cannabis like I am. The author mentioned a lot of interesting ideas - and like others have mentioned - no, there weren’t a ton of good sources listed for a lot of what the author was claiming - that might be something I wanted to research more. For me, I am particularly interested in how cannabis can be used to treat anxiety and depression. The author did suggest certain THC/CBD ratios would be helpful for certain conditions. There were some sections that I didn’t find interesting, but I feel that a lot of the topics covered in this book would help to ease the fears of people concerned about cannabis usage.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Juana

    This is a great book for those new to marijuana or even those who aren't. It's full of useful and educated information. This isn't a book for teenagers just looking to have a good time. This book is for those interested in medical use and also for ADULT recreational use. I bought this book because I am interested in the use of marijuana to alleviate my anxiety and just all around tension and also for the pain my PCOS causes me. Little did I know I would be enlightened that weed can also help with This is a great book for those new to marijuana or even those who aren't. It's full of useful and educated information. This isn't a book for teenagers just looking to have a good time. This book is for those interested in medical use and also for ADULT recreational use. I bought this book because I am interested in the use of marijuana to alleviate my anxiety and just all around tension and also for the pain my PCOS causes me. Little did I know I would be enlightened that weed can also help with skin problems, like eczema etc..which would be great for me! This book teaches about all aspects of this flower. For those who aren't familiar with how you can consume it also teaches the ins and outs of joints & blunts, bongs and one hitters & more. I also learned you can consume marijuana through a suppository.. not how I am looking to use it but interesting fact nonetheless. You also get recipes on how to make edibles, creams etc... I recommend this book for those who just want to learn more but aren't interested in consuming and also for those wanting to know more or a refresher for those who DO want to consume. ***also teaches the CBD side of Cannabis --which is also useful for me.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nat

    I was disappointed with this book. There are a lot of big claims made for the medicinal benefits of cannabis, but no sources listed at all. It doesn't even say something like "a study was done and ...". The claim that most surprised me was that smoking a joint improves lung function. I would definitely need more information on a claim that surprising. I also found the anecdotes from customers to the dispensary unrealistic and not very useful. I personally was also uninterested in the last third I was disappointed with this book. There are a lot of big claims made for the medicinal benefits of cannabis, but no sources listed at all. It doesn't even say something like "a study was done and ...". The claim that most surprised me was that smoking a joint improves lung function. I would definitely need more information on a claim that surprising. I also found the anecdotes from customers to the dispensary unrealistic and not very useful. I personally was also uninterested in the last third of the book, which is recipes for edibles. As an intro to cannabis' medical benefits I much preferred Amanda Seibert's A Little Book of Cannabis.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shelle

    What a fantastic resource for women who may not be familiar with the pot smoking scene! It offers a very straightforward explanation of how cannabinoids help the bodies natural receptors. Then goes on to explain the different forms thc is available in and when each is most helpful. Very handy book that I am purchasing now.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    Super informative for anyone wanting to get an understanding for the history of recreational cannabis legalization, and the medicinal uses/benefits of marijuana.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Savana Schubert

    this book was super informative!!! i learned a TON about all of the benefits of cbd and thc and how to have a healthy relationship with them both :)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Helpful, interesting information. A good basic start guide to the world of cannabis. Some recipes included, too, for making edibles and topicals.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lyra

    Complete garbage save for the recipes. The author thinks to use science to back up their claims that marijuana is healthy or that it can even stave off dementia, which it cannot do (actually, it can trigger various psychological issues in the brain, which is not mentioned in the book). Author even boasts that smoking marijuana is healthier than smoking cigarettes, which is absurd. Inhaling anything that is being burned, regardless of the material, is toxic to our lungs. What the science does show Complete garbage save for the recipes. The author thinks to use science to back up their claims that marijuana is healthy or that it can even stave off dementia, which it cannot do (actually, it can trigger various psychological issues in the brain, which is not mentioned in the book). Author even boasts that smoking marijuana is healthier than smoking cigarettes, which is absurd. Inhaling anything that is being burned, regardless of the material, is toxic to our lungs. What the science does show about this plant is that it is a wonderful pain reliever that assists with eating and sleeping, but that is it. Further research is required, as always, but do not expect this book to be a "know-all" or accurate piece of literature. I was hoping for a truly scientific perspective, but got something someone wrote just to make more money. The writing is so tedious that it took me six months to read this book (I read 30 other DENSE books, including graduate level texts, while reading this one). I feel like it was a waste of my time. I hope the next book I pick up from this author will be more engaging.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cristie Underwood

    This was an interesting read and included tons of information that I didn't know already! The author researched cannabis extensively and laid out a great case about the benefits of it. This was an interesting read and included tons of information that I didn't know already! The author researched cannabis extensively and laid out a great case about the benefits of it.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kristy

    This book answered all the questions I had... and I had a lot. I would like to know a bit more about the growing CBD industry and the range of products without THC that are available. This author is definitely focused on full spectrum THC products, but I still found it very informative. I’ve never had a good experience with marijuana the few times I tried it, as it only made me paranoid! But CBD (which is derived from the Cannabis plant) has helped me a lot with muscle tension, back pain and anx This book answered all the questions I had... and I had a lot. I would like to know a bit more about the growing CBD industry and the range of products without THC that are available. This author is definitely focused on full spectrum THC products, but I still found it very informative. I’ve never had a good experience with marijuana the few times I tried it, as it only made me paranoid! But CBD (which is derived from the Cannabis plant) has helped me a lot with muscle tension, back pain and anxiety. I’m curious to know more about what Cannabis has to offer. As the librarian type that I am, i now have a google doc full of tips and insight that I gleaned from this book. When the dispensaries eventually open, I will be ready!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia

    If you are curious or want to educate yourself about weed, this is a great book. I love how it is organized, the definitions and the explanations. I'm not sure weed can cure or help with every ailment she lists, but I certainly learned a lot and have a better understanding of the benefits, and what I want to try. If you are curious or want to educate yourself about weed, this is a great book. I love how it is organized, the definitions and the explanations. I'm not sure weed can cure or help with every ailment she lists, but I certainly learned a lot and have a better understanding of the benefits, and what I want to try.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Reddick

    I checked this book out from the library...and found it so informational that I bought it. I took it with me when I went to a dispensary...and a couple of the staff was interested in the book...and said it was nice to see someone come in that had done some research...and not just someone coming in looking for their next high. Not judging. With the sciatic and knee pain that I have...I was looking for something that would help with the pain, and cut down on the daily pain pills I was taking. Whil I checked this book out from the library...and found it so informational that I bought it. I took it with me when I went to a dispensary...and a couple of the staff was interested in the book...and said it was nice to see someone come in that had done some research...and not just someone coming in looking for their next high. Not judging. With the sciatic and knee pain that I have...I was looking for something that would help with the pain, and cut down on the daily pain pills I was taking. While the book may be too basic for experienced users, it was perfect for a newbie like me. Helping me understand the effects of CBD, THC or a combination of the two. I'm also happy to report that I no longer need the daily pain pills, and have gotten back into the gym, which is helping my overall health.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Carrobourg

    I took this out from the library looking for more information about CBD and sleep, there wasn’t a ton but it does give a lot of general information and tips for how to use cannabis. If you wanted to be less intimidated at a dispensary or make your own edibles, this is the book!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cher

    A more shallow pool of information than other research books I have been reading, but unlike those, this one is far from being dry, and the author will even have you laughing in parts.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    The perfect very matter of fact introduction to the substance. It wasn't really a "woman's guide" but I didn't mind that in the least. The perfect very matter of fact introduction to the substance. It wasn't really a "woman's guide" but I didn't mind that in the least.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Underwood

    Excellent primer for learning all about Cannabis. Loved it! Very informative. As more and more people, myself included, live in states where medical and recreational marijuana is legal, this book is a must.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lynda

    My daughter found this at the library and thought I might like it. I did!! Excellent informative guide/handbook packed with essential information for making empowered choices regarding cannabis and your health. It includes recipes and step-by-step lessons for mastering DIY cannabis products. Voracious reader that I may be, I am not one who keeps numerous books in the house, but this is one that I mean to buy and refer to often.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    valuable information for everyone

  23. 5 out of 5

    Terrie Case

    This book covers the benefits of using marijuana. Whether with a vape pen, edibles or creams the benefits can be specifically address your needs. In an easy to read style, Ms. Furrer lays out what benefits can be obtained by women over 40. She describes which manner of ingestion or topicals to use. I particularly liked that the author addressed the types of aches or ailments common to this age group and correlated what type of method of receiving marijuana would help the most. This was not a “let This book covers the benefits of using marijuana. Whether with a vape pen, edibles or creams the benefits can be specifically address your needs. In an easy to read style, Ms. Furrer lays out what benefits can be obtained by women over 40. She describes which manner of ingestion or topicals to use. I particularly liked that the author addressed the types of aches or ailments common to this age group and correlated what type of method of receiving marijuana would help the most. This was not a “let’s all get high” book but a truly informational tone on the benefits that can be obtained by all of us. While she does state that marijuana use may not be for everyone, relief can be found by most of us if we follow the guidelines and suggestions found in this book. As a bonus, recipes follow. As a 60-year-old disabled woman, I found several areas that I may benefit from the use of marijuana as described by the author. Since my home state of Michigan has recently made the use of recreational marijuana legal, I may have to experiment with the suggestions made by Ms. Furrer. I look forward to pain relief not received from pharmaceuticals. I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affects my opinion or ratings of this book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    This book was super informative. Now that Marijuana is legal in Michigan it was time to learn about all of the benefits. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn more about Marijuana, not just women.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    I was drawn in by the cover and title. This had potential to be a really cute guide for people who are new to marijuana. However, I just couldn’t get past the lack of sources for all of the claims the author was making. Everything was very anecdotal. I think there were maybe two claims that actually included a source. It did include lots of cannabis-infused recipes, though, if that’s your thing.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Katie Richards

    Who knew there was so much to know?!? Super interesting, especially if you know jack shit.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Tani

    I tore through this in one sitting. I’m happy with this book because the author did exactly what they set out to do: Furrer’s goal was a readable guide to cannabis for interested beginners, and this book is certainly thorough enough to give anyone a good starting point for talking about marijuana with their care team. Furrer’s book is written for all ages, and combines information and summaries about ongoing research (which, to be fair, is the majority of it. Cannibis is an ancient plant and a yo I tore through this in one sitting. I’m happy with this book because the author did exactly what they set out to do: Furrer’s goal was a readable guide to cannabis for interested beginners, and this book is certainly thorough enough to give anyone a good starting point for talking about marijuana with their care team. Furrer’s book is written for all ages, and combines information and summaries about ongoing research (which, to be fair, is the majority of it. Cannibis is an ancient plant and a young industry) with anecdotal evidence from her own career. This is not a textbook or manual: it’s a guidebook. There’s not a lot of new research presented, rather a review of the most important details of cannabis intake, from modes of consumption to the basic biology of cannabis plants and products. I really love that this was book for anyone to pick up and share. I’ve spent a year on cannabis slowly, if not warily, following and exploring the care plans my team and I think up. Now I feel invigorated to re-evaluate my current plan and I have a list of great new questions for my care team. The world of western/allopathic+osteopathic medicine doesn’t look too forgivingly of homeopathic remedies and practitioners. Homeopathic methods are gaining popularity again in the self-care movement, and Furrer does mention the beauty and self-care benefits of certain products, but the most discussed beauty benefit is largely the affect on sleep. Furrer clearly only refers to cannabis as medicinal throughout Not as medicine; an important distinction she emphasizes at times. Even so, the book is celebratory and critical of cannabis, and seems to be only the tip of the iceberg for guides to ganja.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ronja

    I live in a country where using cannabis is criminalized. Maybe that is the reason why reading this was such a refreshing experience! And, at times, even a bit unreal. All those tips for choosing the right type of a plant for different types of yoga classes, social gatherings, and work environments. Wow. I have never even heard the word "budtender"... However, if you are planning to use cannabis for the very first time in your life, the book has a lot of beneficial information of how to minimize I live in a country where using cannabis is criminalized. Maybe that is the reason why reading this was such a refreshing experience! And, at times, even a bit unreal. All those tips for choosing the right type of a plant for different types of yoga classes, social gatherings, and work environments. Wow. I have never even heard the word "budtender"... However, if you are planning to use cannabis for the very first time in your life, the book has a lot of beneficial information of how to minimize harms and maximize benefits (dosing, choosing the route of administration, etc) — regardless of the country you live in. Read Woman's Guide to Cannabis, it has a very positive tone, which will surely affect your experience in a good way! There was only one thing that really bothered me. Maybe it is just an impression I got, not something that everybody will read on the lines or between them, but it seems like the author is pushing the reader not to deal with their problems but to cover them up with the right combination of THC and CBD. I'm not saying that there is anything wrong about it. If you have found a relatively harmless tool to get the best out of your days, go for it. It is just not a tone of writing that is appealing to a holistic health / mindfulness geek like me. :)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Schleich

    This book was not what I expected. There were some places that I thought were very technical and boring. It was hard to keep all the different types of cannabis straight, what strains worked best for what ailment, and how to make them. I would like to know where the author is getting her information from about the health benefits of cannabis, and not just from what her customers tell her. I have reed a lot of books about aging and different brain diseases like dementia. There are suggested might This book was not what I expected. There were some places that I thought were very technical and boring. It was hard to keep all the different types of cannabis straight, what strains worked best for what ailment, and how to make them. I would like to know where the author is getting her information from about the health benefits of cannabis, and not just from what her customers tell her. I have reed a lot of books about aging and different brain diseases like dementia. There are suggested might help with the onset of dementia, but there is nothing that says a specific thing is a guaranty to prevent dementia. I felt like the author was saying that weed has been shown to prevent the onset of dementia. I would like to know where she got that information and is it a credible source. I know that science has shown that weed has some healing properties and can help with a lot of different things, but I still think that there is a long way to go before the full healing properties of weed is understood.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Katie Brummell

    A Woman's Guide to Cannabis by Nikki Furrer. Again, this is another hot button issue and I'm not here to discuss politics especially on social media where hate runs rampant. I'm am here to give my honest opinion on this book. Take it or leave it but, please don't stir the pot. I am a big fan of educating myself and am not being ignorant especially when it comes to health and wellness. I'm a big advocate for holistic medicine (not to say scientific medicine doesn't have its place) so this book pe A Woman's Guide to Cannabis by Nikki Furrer. Again, this is another hot button issue and I'm not here to discuss politics especially on social media where hate runs rampant. I'm am here to give my honest opinion on this book. Take it or leave it but, please don't stir the pot. I am a big fan of educating myself and am not being ignorant especially when it comes to health and wellness. I'm a big advocate for holistic medicine (not to say scientific medicine doesn't have its place) so this book peaked my interest not only because CBD and legal marijuana usage have become insanely prominent but, I have read study after study of marijuana relieving pain, slowing cancer growth, helping with depression and anxiety and many other amazing things. A Women's Guide to Cannabis is fantastic! Full of very helpful information. This book would be especially useful to someone who is new to using cannabis for medical purposes. It helps to understand what types of cannabis there are and how they work, the difference between THC, CBD and Hemp and how all of them affect the body. 📖📖📖📖

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