The Ultimate Book of CBD Remedies
Leading Experts Explain What Works, What Doesn't, and How CBD is Changing the World
- 288 Pages
- April 7, 2020
- ISBN: 9781510757448
- Imprint: Skyhorse Publishing
- Trim Size: 8in x 10in
Hemp has a rich history throughout many cultures and regions as an effective, natural cure to a variety of ailments that affect mammals and, more specifically, human beings. Clinical research conducted with hemp cannabinoids officially began in the 1940s in the United States, when CBD was first isolated from the molecular structure, despite ongoing international research proving the efficacy well before that time. Scientists and doctors from around the globe are heavily invested in the study of cannabinoids like CBD and their interaction with the human endocannabinoid system.
In The Ultimate Book of CBD Remedies, Ryan Lewis has interviewed highly regarded pioneers, developers, and doctors focused on the benefits of CBD, as well as confirming ancient medicinal practices that reference hemp as a “cure-all”—all the while seeking to re-evaluate and re-define the application to modern disorders. Highlight are personal experiences of these notables and an easy to understand collection of information showing how CBD works with many chronic conditions, without the risk of significant side effects.
Alongside expect research and analysis, Lewis supplies readers with a solid basis upon which to select the right delivery system for themselves and their families. Whether that be the combination of topicals and tinctures for neurological/chronic pain or an “as needed” softgel regimen to encourage the return to an optimum state of homeostasis, consumers will understand how CBD interacts with their bodies and why immediate and lasting relief is often found with virtually no side effects.
Whether looking to CBD for debilitating pain, seizures, anxiety, depression, and stress, or cancer treatment, The Ultimate Book of CBD Remedies dives into the myriad of health complications we face today and how hemp CBD has improved the lives of men, women, and children across the globe, both by treating conditions once thought to be untreatable with modern medicine and by keeping them away from harmful and dangerous opioids.