Medical Marijuana: A Clinical Handbook
Medical Marijuana – A Clinical Handbook provides an objective view of the pharmacology of cannabis. The authors wrote the book, as they put it themselves, completely free of any bias, politics or preconceived beliefs. The reader will gain insights into the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of cannabinoids THC and CBD, including the molecular action of the cannabis-based drugs dronabinol, nabilone and Epidiolex (cannabidiol). The authors provide extensive data, including dosages, routes of administration and side effects.
Unique are the twelve chapters organised by organ system – from endocrinology to dermatology – which provide an up-to-date overview of the conditions that cannabis can help treat. Note that the clinical handbook was written by American doctors, which gives it an American touch. For example, the chapter on US cannabis regulations may be less interesting to non-US readers.Buy now
Cannabis Healing: A Guide To The Therapeutic Use Of CBD, THC, And Other Cannabinoids
Everything you need to know to use cannabinoids safely and effectively for better health and healing of a wide range of conditions
• Explains the biochemistry of cannabinoids and shows how they interact with the human body
• Offers a complete discussion of safe use, possible side effects, contraindications, and precautions, including during pregnancy and chemotherapy
In this authoritative yet practical guide to the healing properties of cannabis and cannabinoids such as THC and CBD, Franjo Grotenhermen, M.D., explores how to use these substances to treat a wide range of physical and emotional conditions.
Dr. Grotenhermen first examines the history of marijuana as medicine, including its important role in U.S. medical practice during the 19th century. He explains the biochemistry of cannabinoids and shows how they interact with the human body, including a look at cannabinoid receptors and how cannabinoids occur naturally in the body. The author then draws on his years of experience legally treating patients in Germany as well as numerous research studies and tests to provide an in-depth guide to the many healing applications for cannabis and its derivatives.
He offers a complete discussion of safe use, possible side effects, contraindications, and precautions (including during pregnancy and chemotherapy), alongside research data that confirms cannabis as one of the least toxic substances in existence.
Written by a practicing physician, this guide provides everything you need to know to use cannabinoids safely and effectively for health and healing.Buy now
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