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420 with CNW — Two New Books Explore Marijuana’s Medical Powers

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For those interested in exploring marijuana’s medical benefits, two recently published books —Josh Leddy’s “Living with Cannabis: A Personal Journey” and Dr. Benjamin Caplan’s “The Doctor-Approved Cannabis Handbook” — provide essential insights. The books offer both professional guidance and firsthand accounts, making them invaluable for anyone curious about cannabis’s therapeutic uses.

The book by Dr. Benjamin Caplan offers a thorough manual on medical marijuana use. Caplan, a board-certified family physician with experience treating more than 250,000 patients, reveals his in-depth understanding of the ways that cannabis can help with a range of ailments, including cancer, sleeplessness, cognitive decline and chronic pain. The book explores the science of cannabis, providing lucid descriptions of its workings, appropriate products and dosages.

Caplan highlights the value of guided cannabis therapy, which gives patients autonomy over their care regimens and enables individualized and efficient treatment. The guidebook, which has been recommended by both patients and industry professionals, is a vital tool for everyone considering using cannabis to enhance their health.

Melissa Etheridge, a cannabis activist and cancer survivor, gave high marks to the book. “As a cannabis supporter and cancer survivor, I am aware of the significant role that marijuana plays. Dr. Caplan’s latest book provides an abundance of knowledge along with a significant amount of empathy and understanding,” she said.

On the other hand, Leddy’s book offers a firsthand account of his experience using marijuana as a pain reliever without surgery. Leddy, an entrepreneur and athlete, tells his tale of using cannabis’ healing properties to overcome serious injuries and mental-health issues. The book provides helpful guidance on pain management without requiring invasive procedures or prescription drugs.

Leddy’s story is both intimate and educational, describing his struggles with severe pain and how marijuana changed his life. He highlights the emotional and physical health advantages of cannabis while offering readers tools and ways to manage their own pain and live better.

Together, these books present a well-rounded view of the medical uses of cannabis. They combine expert medical advice with real-life experiences, making them essential reads for anyone interested in the potential benefits of cannabis for health and wellness. Whether you are exploring cannabis for personal use or professional knowledge, “Living with Cannabis: A Personal Journey” and “The Doctor-Approved Cannabis Handbook” provide a wealth of information to help you understand and navigate the therapeutic use of cannabis effectively.

These publications are likely to increase public awareness about the therapeutic potential of the different medical cannabis products made by the numerous licensed companies such as Canopy Growth Corp. (NASDAQ: CGC) (TSX: WEED), and this could motivate more patients to try these products to ease their symptoms.

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