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Easy to read with important information for all
By Amazon Customer on June 7, 2018
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This book is an easy read and contains important information about significant and real consequences of habitual marijuana use. Knowing the facts is important as we move forward in a climate where some people think that legalization means the drug is safe. It is clearly not safe for all. Especially under 25 year olds.
Easy to Read Counterpoint to Current Thinking
By anne on July 1, 2018
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Very easy to read counter-point to the current thinking on this topic. I plan to read it in class with my students.
Informative and timely look at the potential dangers of recreational marijuana
By J. Brown on May 18, 2018
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Format: Paperback

I received a complimentary review copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Having known people who have smoked way too much recreational marijuana, this book really resonated with me. It doesn’t come across as “preachy” or judgmental, but rather provides the reader with very useful and interesting information about the real effects of using cannabis. For example, did you know that marijuana can trigger psychotic episodes in some users? Or that it actually IS addictive for many users? I especially appreciate that Dr. Kanamugire does not support banning medical marijuana, but rather supports the open and honest discussion of the potential dangers of *recreational* cannabis.

A very informative and timely read that is of the utmost importance now that so many states in the U.S. are considering legalization. I highly recommend!
Easy read and very informative!
by Moses Gashirabake on April 22, 2018

5.0 out of 5 stars
Format: Paperback

The 21 Unspoken Truths about Marijuana offers critical and timely information for the public with a particular emphasis for young people. Despite the subject matter being very technical, Dr. Antoine simplifies it for people with lay understanding of what Marijuana can do to our minds and life.

The book is also for everyone whether a user, friend, parent, brother, sister, uncle, policy maker or anyone who wants understand the nitty gritties of the psychological effects Marijuana can pose.

The most striking idea I retained is that if one is below 25, smoking pot might not be the best idea. For some (or most below that age), it can lead to psychosis as well as social and economic problems. On the bright side, the book ends by offering practical ways one can quit smoking pot!

Over and above all, the book gives information without judging anyone.

I highly recommend it!
I love it
by Fred N. on May 25, 2018

5.0 out of 5 stars
Format: Paperback
Once I started reading this book I couldn’t put it down. Every home should have one or two. Easy to read and very informative. I bought three of them for my friends, just put in your home you never know it may save your kids.
”A must read for anyone that smokes cannabis or is considering using it on a regular basis. The illustrations alone included by the author tells their own story and allows you the reader to take the journey to freedom.”

—by Fran Lewis, a veteran of NYC public schools,member of Who’s Who of America’s Teachers and Who’s Who of America’s Executives from Cambridge

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“The 21 Unspoken Truths about Marijuana, by Dr Antoine Kanamugire, is a timely book that falls perfectly within the present social context. What a beautiful, relevant, elegant work with the right tone. To leave in the waiting room … or in the room of his teenager! “

—Dr Evelyne Thuot, MD, psychiatrist.

The 21 Unspoken Truths About Marijuana