Our just-released podcast features a fascinating conversation with Project CBD co-founder Martin Lee.
Mr. Lee is the force behind The Essential Guide to CBD, an excellent, well written, comprehensive guide to understanding and using CBD.
The book is the result of a partnership between ProjectCBD and Reader’s Digest.
Mr. Lee is an expert on the cannabis plant’s potential. He clearly communicates with a deep understanding of the science, the medical uses, the law, the history, and all other aspects of the plant and the industry.
He touches on the plant’s remarkable history, its lack of respect in the recent past, and the possibilities it holds for the future.
He gets into the science of how cannabis works and touches on theories that he would like to see researched.
Martin Lee is like a founding father to the cannabis movement, and it’s a total honor that he lends his considerable depth of knowledge and understanding and expression to the PhenomWell Podcast.
His book is the best book on CBD we’ve seen. ProjectCBD describes it this way:
“Project CBD has teamed up with the editors of Reader’s Digest to publish a reliable, accessible, easy-to-understand guide to all things CBD. Drawing from peer-reviewed research and medical studies, as well as interviews with neuroscientists and doctors, this book debunks common myths and rebuffs pseudoscience. Divided into three sections, it explains the basics of what CBD is and how CBD works, how it can be helpful for more than 30 health conditions, and how to pick the type of product that will work best for your needs. Complete with recipes and first-person accounts from people who have used CBD, The Essential Guide to CBD (256 pages) tells you what you need to know about the all-natural treatment that’s sweeping the nation.”
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