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Official Review: 7 Ways To Manage Pain With CBD

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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "7 Ways To Manage Pain With CBD" by David Anthony Schroeder.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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A lot of times, patients suffering from one or more forms of pain become worse after using narcotics. However, with the emergence of a new science called the “Endocannabinoid Signaling (ECS) system,” patients can now find real relief from their pains. The author hopes that this book gives readers multiple ways to manage their pain using CBD instead of narcotics.

7 Ways To Manage Pain With CBD by David Anthony Schroeder is a nonfiction book that gives readers multiple methods of using CBD to find relief from their pain. Schroeder starts by introducing several kinds of pain, explaining the state of medicine today, where only doctors profit from patients' situations. The author then explains what CBD is and its source, as well as its interactions with the human ECS system. We then see answers to questions about whether CBD is intoxicating and its correct dosage. Afterward, the writer provides various methods in which CBD can be administered and more.

I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. When I flipped through the pages to make sure I had downloaded the correct copy of the book, I already knew that this book was special. I’m glad it didn’t disappoint in the end. The book contains several eye-opening and thought-provoking data that would be helpful not only for people suffering from pain but also for everyone. I enjoyed the volume for a lot of reasons. First, I liked that the author included notes from several top medical practitioners about the subject. That way, the message has some credibility since those remarks confirm that the message is accepted not only by Schroeder but also by several other experienced professionals.

The unconventional message that the book teaches is explained using lots of pictures and tables, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I say this because the illustrations not only gave me a better understanding of what the author tried to explain but also made me refreshed. I also loved that I learned a lot of new information to which I was previously oblivious. For example, I learned that cannabis comes in the form of a male and a female plant. The female plant, popularly called marijuana, is intoxicating while the male plant called hemp is not, and that’s where CBD is extracted from. I previously thought that hemp and marijuana were the same. I also found the author’s notes about how to read CBD's lab results enlightening. It’s nice to know what to look out for when purchasing a CBD product.

There is absolutely nothing to dislike about the book. Schroeder has put together a marvelous publication. Moreover, the volume is professionally edited. I found only one error that didn’t detract from my overall enjoyment of the book. I believe everyone can benefit from the content of this book, but I especially recommend it to people suffering from one form of pain or another. However, it would be interesting to note that of all the states in the US, CBD is illegal only in South Dakota.

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Im intrigued by the author’s insights into how pain can be dealt with and i am also fascinated by the female and male cannabis plants. I had never heard of that before. Interesting factoid.
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Wao! It is interesting to learn marijuana and hemp are actually female and male. I will like to read this book. Kudos to the reviewer.
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