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on March 27, 2013 :
If you're seeking effective, non-toxic relief from pain – or even if you're a recreational user – at a mere $2.99, this information-packed book is a no-brainer.
Personally though, I would recommend coconut or olive oil as far superior to canola oil (www.mercola.com > Search each individual oil.) Refined, hospital grade olive oil for those who don't like the flavour of cooking grade.
(If you prefer to inhale and haven't discovered the health and other benefits of a vaporiser, the Arizer Solo, Inhalater, iolite, and Magic Flight Launch Box are recommended.)
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Jan. 02, 2013 :
I agree with Kendra's assessment. This is a well-written and extremely informative book. It even includes a history of why marijuana is so maligned. Never having been interested in marijuana, I find myself suddenly immersed for medicinal application for cancer. This book is very, very informative. A big THANK YOU to the author.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on March 28, 2012 :
The author seems to be a “straight” person who is into the cannabis thing just for reasons of health and pain relief. I find it refreshing to read material about this subject that does not have the hedonism that is typical of the marijuana community (to which I am an outsider, although I am a user). The author makes a good case regarding how good the medical benefits of cannabis are, and she raises the question of why something so beneficial to good health should be so outlawed by the American government. “Crystal meth” is officially rated as a less dangerous drug than cannabis in the USA, and so is “crack” cocaine. The author raises this point. Could it be that cannabis use is deemed to be “dangerous” because it makes propaganda become less effective? If so, where are we at? I found the book to be genuine, and I think it is a good example of what an e-book should be.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)