As the movement for legalization of marijuana spreads across the country, it is important to weigh the possible benefits and pitfalls of cannabis use. Cannabis Consulting is both a handbook and a report from the front lines of medical marijuana use. Writing from the perspective of a parent and veteran schoolteacher turned professional cannabis consultant, Ezra Parzybok tells the often-inspiring stories of his practice, where he assists victims of chronic pain, terminal disease, and even conditions such as ADHD. This timely volume was written for patients and families, law enforcement and health professionals, who are trying to make decisions about cannabis during this critical era of transition. It is an honest, clear-eyed exploration of the marijuana debate that looks beyond the hype and disinformation on both sides to chart a new path toward rational and safe use of cannabis.
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|Publisher:||University Press of New England|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
EZRA PARZYBOK is a sculptor, writer, and professional marijuana consultant. He advises people on medical marijuana use and runs the website www.ezrahelps.com.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments • Introduction • Confessions of a Cannabis Consultant • At Their Wits’ End • What about the Children? • Young Adults • The Cannabis Householder • Notes • Index
What People are Saying About This
“Ezra was a walking encyclopedia on the health benefits of marijuana long before anysuch notions were publicly accepted. He has been our go-to guy for years, a frequent guest on my morning show, and a tireless researcher who disarms skeptics with down-to-earth common sense.”
“Ezra Parzybok makes an excellent case for the calling he has helped invent. With knowledge, warmth, and uncommon empathy he describes the clients he has known and the ways in which he has carefully ministered to their needs, often with tinctures and oils. There should be a cannabis consultant like Parzybok in every American town!”
“After reading this book, you’ll feel duty bound to give it to your doctor. Don’t hesitate.”