Trained as a cultural anthropologist and skilled in four languages, Juliana Birnbaum has lived and worked in the U.S., Europe, Japan, Nepal, Costa Rica and Brazil. In 2005 she founded Voices in Solidarity, an initiative that partnered with Ashaninka indigenous tribal leaders from the Brazilian Amazon to support the development of the Yorenka Ãtame community-led environmental educational center featured in the book. She has written about ecovillages, native rights and social justice issues in a variety of newspapers, indigenous journals, and anthologies including E-The Environmental Magazine, Bridges Journal, El Reportero, The Rising Nepal, World Rainforest Movement Bulletin, Quechua Network, and Cultural Survival Quarterly. She was the first graduate of the Cornerstone Doula School, one of the most rigorous programs in the country, focusing on natural birth and a holistic model of care.
She is engaged variously as writer, editor, teacher, midwife assistant and mother when not attempting yoga postures or learning how to garden. Juliana Birnbaum and her daughters Lîla and Serenne live in California's San Geronimo Valley, and she is a founding member of a collective permaculture farm in Costa Rica.
- A Patient's Guide to Medicinal Cannabis - Healing without the High
- By: Leonard Leinow, Juliana Birnbaum, Michael H. Moskowitz
- Narrated by: TBA
- Length: 8 hrs and 6 mins
This practical, accessible guide to using CBD-dominant cannabis contains a wealth of information for both first-time explorers and experienced patients who want to know more about safely treating a number of health conditions....
Add to Cart failed.Please try again later
Add to Wish List failed.Please try again later
Remove from wishlist failed.Please try again later
Adding to library failedPlease try again
Regular price: $34.93