An authoritative, approachable, and illustrated guide to the latest trend in wellness: CBD.
This is your essential reference to hemp-based cannabidiol (CBD), a non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis that boasts powerful medicinal properties for physical and mental ailments. It breaks down fact from fiction and provides practical, easy-to-understand information on CBD’s benefits. In a comprehensive introduction to CBD, you will learn the history of the cannabis plant; how hemp cannabis differs from marijuana; how to buy, store, and employ CBD oil safely (including dosages); and what federal regulations govern its use. This book will also provide simple instructions on how to use CBD oil to treat common ailments such as anxiety, depression, stress, pain, and insomnia, and provide 40 recipes for soothing drinks, tinctures, salves, and more to help you safely incorporate CBD into your daily health routine.
|Dimensions||152 × 229 mm|
Barbara Brownell Grogan
Barbara Brownell Grogan, principal for Rivanna Publishing Ventures, is former editor-in-chief of National Geographic Books and a certified health coach through New York's Institute for Integrative Nutrition. At National Geographic she developed the health line of reference books. She is coauthor of 500 Time-Tested Home Remedies and the Science Behind Them and editor of USDA's Guide to Infant Nutrition, 2018. Barbara and a team of health writers post a monthly column, The Remedy Chicks, at everydayhealth.com.
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