CBD Books to Add to your 2022 Reading List

The new year marks a clean slate to reset and start some new healthy habits. One popular habit to pick up is reading. Reading is a great way to relax, clear your head, and immerse yourself in new stories and perspectives. While there are countless book clubs and recommendations on the hottest titles to read going into 2022, this is a great opportunity to add some lesser known titles to your reading list, too. Below we share our top picks on books to learn more about CBD from leading scholars and researchers in the field. 

Cannabis Revealed

Cannabis Revealed 

Bonni Goldstein, MD

Written by Bonni Goldstein, M.D., this book explains the scientific research for over 28 chronic medical conditions for which cannabis is being used with positive results. Having helped thousands of suffering patients find relief with cannabis, Dr. Goldstein shares her expertise and years of clinical hands-on experience, as well as true stories of how cannabis medicine has improved the lives of her seriously ill patients. (Adapted from GoodReads)

CBD Rich Hemp Oil

CBD-Rich Hemp Oil

Tina Rappaport, BFA, and  Steven Leonard-Johnson, RN and PhD

In this book, Tina Rappaport, BFA, and  Steven Leonard-Johnson, RN and PhD, focus on the health benefits of CBD from natural hemp oil. They explore the similarities, differences, uses and benefits of hemp, cannabis and medical marijuana along with the interplay of THC and CBD. (Adapted from Amazon)

CBD What You Need to Know

CBD: What You Need to Know

Gregory Smith, MD

Dr. Gregory Smith  delivers a patient focused and scientifically supported book for people that want to learn the truth about CBD. He provides the education and information needed to be able to select a high quality CBD medication and  intermingles science with personal stories from his practice over the past two decades. (Adapted from Good Reads)

Patients Guide

CBD: A Patient’s Guide to Medical Cannabis

Juliana Birnbaum and Leonard Leinow

Co-authored by Juliana Birnbaum and Leonard Leinow, this practical, accessible guide to using CBD contains a wealth of information for both first-time explorers and experienced patients. The information is organized by health condition and also by recommended CBD-rich strains, with dosage suggestions, potential side effects, and the pharmacology of the plant.  (Adapted from Google Books)