With the ever growing interest in CBD products, many informative CBD books have been released in recent years to address some of the concerns and questions that surround this cannabis compound.
At Remedy Review, we believe that education is key when it comes to helping consumers. People who better understand the science behind CBD’s potential therapeutic effects, and the importance of quality control, are better equipped to pick out a product that’s safe and works well for them.
In our own research, we’ve come across a large collection of data and information on CBD and other cannabis extracts. Some resources have been more helpful than others, and we wanted to share which books have been especially useful in offering comprehensive and thoughtfully researched information on the beneficial impact of CBD.
CBD: A Patient's Guide to Medicinal Cannabis Healing without the High
A great read for first time CBD users as well as experienced patients, this book offers helpful information on CBD-dominant cannabis for people looking to know more about safety and treatment options when it comes to cannabidiol. Leinow and Birnbaum’s CBD book takes readers through various forms of healing, the remarkable therapy that’s been observed for certain health conditions, side effects, and cannabis use on animals for an extensive CBD guide.
Hemp Health Revolution: The A to Z Health Benefits of Hemp Extract
The author of this book, Dr. Sherrill Sellman, is an educator, women’s health expert, and a naturopathic doctor who is committed to an integrative healing approach. Her writing explores the science behind hemp extracts, and cannabinoids in particular, as they have the potential to aid chronic illnesses and health conditions with non-psychoactive components from agricultural hemp.
Healing with CBD: How Cannabidiol Can Transform Your Health Without the High
Looking for an all-encompassing guide to CBD? This book draws its information from scientific studies, current CBD product availability, and co-author Eileen Konieczny’s years of patient experience as a registered nurse who specialized in cancer. This CBD book breaks down the endocannabinoid system, the basics of CBD, and how to find quality products that may help treat some common ailments.
The Hemp Miracle: How One Miraculous Planet Can Heal the Planet and Its People
This book is perfect for people who are new to CBD and want to learn more about the healing potential of hemp. There’s a lot of misinformation floating around that can be confusing when it comes to hemp and CBD, but the simplistic format of this book presents comprehensive information on the science behind CBD, the differences between hemp and marijuana, and how hemp works within the human body.
CBD: What You Need to Know
This CBD book is perfect for people that want easily digestible information on CBD from a medical expert. The author, Dr. Gregory Smith, was first introduced to medical cannabis in 2000 and has since incorporated it into his own practice along with CBD. In his book, Dr. Smith uses scientific evidence and experiences from his past 20 years in private practice to illustrate the history of CBD, how this compound works on the human body, and what kind of conditions it may be useful for.
As hemp becomes a growing commodity, it seems as though the misinformation surrounding CBD and other hemp extracts continues to persist. CBD books can be a helpful resource in putting these myths to rest, and subsequently leading the way for consumers to make well-informed decisions about the CBD products they are purchasing. This can also help weed out the good from the bad players in an unregulated CBD market, making it easier for people to to find trusted brands and quality products in the future.