A lot of the information that people get about CBD and other cannabis products comes from the internet. While it’s not a bad thing to find reliable sources on the web, sometimes it can be an overwhelming amount of information. At times it can be impossible to know where to look or which companies to buy from. In this blog post, we’ll be discussing five reliable, informative CBD books that you can use to help you understand more about cannabidiol.
1. CBD: A Patient’s Guide to Medicinal Cannabis–Healing without the High – by Leonard Leinow
Leinow is an author whose role in the cannabis industry is very well-established. He has more than three decades of experience in the field, both studying and growing medical cannabis. Leinow also formed his own non-profit medical marijuana collective in 2009 called Synergy Wellness. This book, published in 2017, is targeted toward both first-time users and experienced cannabis users who want to expand their knowledge on the therapeutic compounds of hemp. The book offers readers instructions on multiple types of CBD therapy, including tinctures, topicals, and concentrated extracts. North Atlantic Books published this paperback edition, and it contains 352 pages of information.
2. Healing with CBD: How Cannabidiol Can Transform Your Health without the High – by Eileen Konieczny, RN, and Lauren Wilson
Author Eileen Konieczny has worked her entire career as a registered bedside nurse who specializes in treating cancer patients. She’s seen first-hand how much CBD products have helped her suffering patients and wrote this book to separate fact from rumor. Co-author Lauren Wilson is also a cannabis connoisseur as well as a professional writer. The book includes a wealth of information, including how CBD is made, some possible treatments for CBD, and CBD’s history throughout its legal battle. The book also contains extensive information on recent medical studies related to CBD and how to interpret them. This paperback edition was published by Ulysses Press in September 2018 and includes 224 pages of information.
3. The ABCs of CBD: The Essential Guide: Why Pot Is NOT What We Were Taught – by Shira Adler
Adler wrote her informative book to cater specifically to parents of children who are curious about cannabis or have unique conditions which could be treated with cannabis. The book even includes a section which details how parents should talk to their kids about cannabis to have the healthiest conversation surrounding the topic. The ABCs of CBD follows cannabis history through the times of ancient medicine to modern pop culture, where there are a lot of misconceptions about this miraculous plant. Shira Adler is an entrepreneur, speaker, and activist whose goal is to use her voice to educate the public about the health benefits of CBD. This paperback edition was published by ValPoSa Books in January 2018 and contains 224 pages of Adler’s unique perspective.
4. CBD Oil: Everyday Secrets: A Lifestyle Guide to Hemp-Derived Health and Wellness – by Gretchen Lidicker
Acting as a lifestyle guide for those looking to delve into the world of CBD wellness, Lidicker’s book provides multiple resources for incorporating CBD into your everyday life. Gretchen Lidicker is a professional writer and currently works as the health editor for mindbodygreen.com. This comprehensive guide contains 50 full-color photographs and dozens of original recipes, which include CBD oil. These recipes range from after-dinner drinks to probiotic face masks and are sure to help you see which CBD delivery methods are right for you. This paperback edition was published by Countryman Press in October 2018 and contains 192 pages of recipes and photos.
5. The CBD Oil Miracle – by Laura Lagano
Laura Lagano considers CBD to be “nature’s miracle pill” and wants to use her experience as a clinical integrative nutritionist to educate the public about cannabidiol. This book is ideal to buy if you’re trying to determine the right dosage or delivery method for your needs. In the book, Lagano details therapeutic approaches for more than 30 common conditions. The book contains information about how to use CBD for anxious pets, as well as how to benefit from CBD’s anti-aging effects. This paperback edition was published by Castle Point Books in March 2019 and contains 272 pages.