We’re big fans of using CBD oil for pain relief and we think that almost anyone who is living with pain should give it a try. That meant we were really looking forward to reading this book by Robert Stevens. We wanted to see whether it could be relied upon to help people make the right choices for managing their pain.
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We like Robert’s writing style; his sentences are short and to the point. There’s nothing hidden behind a smokescreen of complexity in “CBD Oil for Pain Relief.” It’s clear that it’s written to appeal to all audiences.
Robert gives a good deal of background information about CBD oil and its history and chemistry. We think that’s a useful approach because a medicine without context is not reassuring to us. We want to understand what we’re putting into our bodies. So that we can make an informed decision about it.
This may be one of the shortest books in history. It’s only 70 pages long and with only 4 small paragraphs on the average page, you could finish it in a single sitting.
It does a great job of explaining what CBD oil is and what it might do, where it misses is the application of that knowledge. There’s no “one size fits all” approach to pain relief of any description and in his enthusiasm for CBD oil, Robert often neglects to mention alternatives or complementary approaches to pain management.
We liked this, and we think it’s a nice primer on CBD oil. It’s less than $3 if you buy the Kindle Version (and we recommend that you do as it’s poor value at $13.49 for the paperback). We would, however, urge you to read more than just this book before you make decisions about managing your pain.