Throughout history, more than 150 successful medical uses of marijuana plants have been identified, effectively tested, publicly used, and reliably trusted. In Medical Uses of Marijuana, author Joseph W. Jacob provides an extensive chronological history of marijuana and its medical uses throughout the world in the last 10,000 years.
Thoroughly researched and documented, Medical Uses of Marijuana discusses:
- The many and varied health benefits of marijuana use
- More than 150 destructive medical harms of drinking alcohol
- Discriminatory government laws allowing public ingestion of alcohol, while prohibiting the use of marijuana
- The process by which marijuana use became illegal due to taxation laws
During the last 10,000 years, people from countries throughout the world—including China, India, Arabia, Africa, Russia, and Japan—have employed the use of marijuana to treat a variety of ailments. Initially intended to be used for the medical benefits of everyone, natural marijuana plants have successfully treated and healed many ailments. Medical Uses of Marijuana seeks to provide the truth about the loss of the legal use of this beneficial plant.