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1.0 out of 5 starsHalf a star at best.
Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2018
A very poorly written, apparently self-published book which could have benefited greatly from professional editing. The typos, improper punctuation and poor word choices completely detracted from the book's content. He repeatedly states, "I am a medical doctor." I have to wonder who wrote this guy's college papers for him. There might have been some useful information here, but my annoyance with the writing prevented me from taking it in.
4.0 out of 5 starsIntriguing and helpful overview.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 17, 2018
The book is written in layman's terms, with very little medical, biochemical, and pharmacological terminology. Thus, the book is quite easy to read and understand. The contents are effectively synoptic in nature, providing the reader with an overview of cannabinoids, with especial focus given to cannabidiol (CBD), the primary bio-active constituent of CBD oil. A step-by-step practical guide is also outlined, demonstrating how CBD oil can be safely manufactured at home in small quantities for personal use. Also, the section on the current legal status of CBD oil in the US is reviewed, although it would have been more helpful if a general overview of the regulatory environment in other non-US jurisdictions had also been included in brief. Overall, a good basic and informative book that is not overladen with difficult tetminology and provides very good general information regarding the therapeutic merits of CBD oil.