Book List: 10 Cannabis & Wellness Books You’ll Want To Read
The holiday season is here! This year, why not give the gift of wellness to someone you care about? We’ve curated a list of ten books on different topics related to cannabis and wellness. They’re sure to make perfect gifts for any health-conscious loved one.
Every year brings a new opportunity to do things better; and nothing is as important as your health.
10 Incredible Books on Cannabis and Wellness
Approaching cannabis with an open mind, Dr. Casarett debunks misleading information and shares his evidence for the truth of cannabis’ healing potential for some symptoms.
A Woman’s Guide to Cannabis: Using Marijuana to Feel Better, Look Better, Sleep Better - and Get High Like a Lady by Nikki Furrer
A fun and useful guide written for women interested in learning more about how cannabis can improve their health and quality of life.
The Endocannabinoid System and Cannabis: The Perfect Partnership for Self-Regulation and Healing by Dr. Scott A. Johnson
Those who enjoy geeking out on the science behind cannabis will love Dr. Johnson’s fascinating exploration of the endocannabinoid system.
High Yoga: Enhance Yoga with Cannabis and CBD Treatments for Relaxation, Healing, and Bliss by Darrin Zeer
Discover how to incorporate cannabis into your yoga practice to compound the healing effects of both.
Waking Up to Weed: How Cannabis Can Be Key to Feeling and Aging Better - A Guide to New Uses and Benefits of Marijuana for Your Body, Mind & Life by Stephanie Byer
Byer’s comprehensive and down-to-earth book is a perfect gift for someone new to cannabis and not yet aware of how the plant can be a vital addition to a healthy and vibrant life.
Learn how cannabis can spice up your sex life and how it has historically been utilized in various spiritual and cultural traditions as a potent aphrodisiac.
Breaking the Cycle of Opioid Addiction: Supplement Your Pain Management with Cannabis by Uwe Blesching
An evidence-rich argument for how legalized cannabis can be utilized to reduce the United States’ dependence on opioids and treat those already suffering from opioid addiction.
Written for severely ill patients and their caregivers, this book does a masterful job at simplifying the science and clearly explaining the practical applications of medical cannabis for those in urgent need.
CBD: A Patient’s Guide to Medicinal Cannabis - Healing Without the High by Leonard Leinow & Juliana Birnbaum
Covers how cannabidiol and CBD-dominant cultivars can provide relief from an array of medical symptoms without any of the psychoactive effects traditionally associated with cannabis.
The Cannabis Health Index: Combining the Science of Medical Marijuana with Mindfulness Techniques To Heal 100 Chronic Symptoms and Diseases by Uwe Blesching
This book offers invaluable information on how to combine cannabis and mindfulness-based practices to provide relief for a wide range of medical conditions.