Cookbook author Pat Crocker is turning to cannabis-infused recipes in her new book Healing Cannabis Edibles and she explains what motivated her to turn to a herb she had never used before in food prep.
Cannabis has been dragged through the mud for many decades. Even today, myths that suggest cannabis is linked to everything from an increase in crime rates to cancer deaths still prevail. Because of its long history as a controlled substance, cannabis continues to face the rap as a gateway drug that opens the doors to addiction and is, by many accounts, a danger to any society that embraces it.
To the contemporary cannabis conversation, the connection of the plant and its extracts to mental health and wellness is a tenuous and contentious topic. While a wealth of anecdotal evidence suggests that medical cannabis may well hold the answers to complex ailments like depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the science is still very much trying to determine whether a viable, and safe, connection does exist.
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