Errata for The Medical Cannabis Primer
p. iv, Disclaimer, 3rd column, 2nd paragraph: "Neither the Author, the Editor nor the Publisher is responsible for the claims or validity of external websites, research papers, studies, or opinions."
p. 1, 1st column, 3rd paragraph: "Cannabis for medical use is the subject of this compendium. Opponents of the use of medical cannabis have three primary objections."
p. 10, 2nd column, bottom of page: "ProCon.org examined the number of deaths for 17 different FDA-approved drugs used to treat conditions that cannabis could also be used to treat."
p. 19, 2nd column, last sentence: "Potent indica strains may give some patients what is called 'couchlock,' a condition in which they become so relaxed that they can barely get up from the sofa."
p. 23, Figure 2-7: Parts of the Cannabis Plant: Stigmas contain trichomes
p. 28, Figure 2-12: Illustration of Cannabis Calyx & Pistil: Caption under illustration should read, "Cannabis trichomes—resin glands—are found on sugar leaves, bracts, sepals, and pistils."
p.30, Figure 2-14: Photo of Cannabis Stigmas: Caption under illustration should read, "The green leaves in the center are the calyxes, and the opaque tentacles are stigmas. The calyxes and stigmas are both covered in trichomes."
p. 34, Figure 2-20: Cannabis Compounds: "Some 483 Cannabis Compounds"
p. 36, 1st column, 3rd paragraph: "There are two well-documented endocannabinoids, anandamide and 2-AG, although there are others as well."
p. 47, Figure 3-4: Purchase Units: 7th row, right column: "1 cartridge"
p. 72, Right column, 2nd paragraph: "New gene selection techniques, cross-breeding methods, cultivating techniques, and processing technologies will continue to feed the availability of new forms and methods of cannabis ingestion in the coming years.
p. 83, Right column, top of page: "4-9: Factors Influencing Effects of Cannabis on Individuals" should be "4-7: Tinctures: Dosage in Drops"
p. 83, Right column, bottom of page: "In this respect, cannabis is not much different from those other medications."
p. 86, 1st column, last sentence: "Finally, the rate of absorption of cannabis in edibles and the duration of the effects are much higher when cannabis is ingested with healthy fats."
p. 92, Figure 5-2: THC Ratio by Condition: Autoimmune Diseases
p. 120, Medical Disclaimer, 2nd column, 2nd paragraph: "Neither the Author, the Editor nor the Publisher is responsible for the claims or validity of external websites, research papers, studies, or opinions."
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