How to Grow Medical Marijuana

Marijuana-featuredThere isn't a person over fifty who doesn't know someone who has been affected by cancer. In another article on this site, Study Confirms Hemp Oil Cures Cancer, there is a link in the comments section to a pdf file  is over 800 pages long, filled with links to medical studies that show the proactive use of cannabis in various forms for medicinal purposes. Still there are many people who are unaware of the medical potential of cannabis and how cannabis can supplement our body’s own healing endocannabinoids.

In most countries growing Marijuana is illegal. There have been some changes in the United States recently where two states have legalized it, but over-all it is still illegal. In Canada they are making changes to the laws too. Although it is possible to get a doctor's certificate to use it, the laws are changing so that those who need to use it, have to buy it from a government regulated source and can no longer grow their own.

grow-med-ebookEvan Reed has published a book, Growing Medical Marijuana: A Patient's Guide To Growing Your Own Meds For Less Than $100. The book is only 51 pages long and doesn't contain a lot of filler. This book is a "how to" guide -- not full of theory and complex discussions about science. It is very much a beginners guide to cannabis cultivation. It shows you step-by-step how to do exactly that: Grow your own quality meds for $100 or less. Complete with system setup instructions, perpetual grow cycle directions, materials shopping lists, and diagrams and photos of setup and equipment, you have everything you need for growing medical marijuana on a budget.

Evan doesn't mince words. In the first section of the book he says about the legality of it, "If you choose to use the information contained herein for the cultivation of cannabis, you do so completely at your own risk, and acknowledge that the author and publisher had nothing to do with your decision to grow."

The Kindle version of his book is being offered for free for the next 24-48 hours as an Amazon promotion. If you miss this post and don't get this book now, you can still get it later, from the same link but the price is $2.99.

Note: I don't use Marijuana for medical or recreational purposes. But I advocate its legalization, so people who need it, can grow and use it to treat various medical conditions.

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