Marijuana Syndromes: How to Balance and Optimize the Effects of Cannabis With Traditional Chinese Medicine is a reference standard for health care professionals who work with people that take marijuana. Perfect for acupuncturists, herbalists, physicians, psychotherapists, body workers and care givers who are familiar with the concepts of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Marijuana Syndromes will give you vital tools to work with the qualities and complications of marijuana use in a clinical setting. Marijuana Syndromes will help you spot marijuana syndromes in your clinical practice. It will give you a whole new set of easy-to-use tools in your diagnostics, radically improve your patients’ healing and boost your confidence, effectiveness and reputation as a practitioner.

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Comment by Anti Everything on August 4, 2016 at 6:25am

I went to the links in your comment and found them interesting. It seems all things can be abused, and a deeper understanding of a thing can help us understand better how to used it effectively.

Comment by Maria De Wind on August 4, 2016 at 2:02am

Marijuana Syndromes is a complex issue try these links : Marijuana Syndromes


In a nutshell it is a book on how to treat Marijuana side effects with acupuncture and herbalism,  and for practitioners how to recognize them and avoid misdiagnosis and mistreatment

Comment by linda dagosta on July 21, 2016 at 5:38pm

can you elaborate more on the contents of this?? I am all ears as I am relocating to a state where my health will benefit in the climate as well as pot is legal and I want off man made opiates.. please elaborate or pm if necessary.. 


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