Complete with background information, dosing instructions, and everyday recipes, this is the essential handbook for harnessing the ancient healing powers of cannabis and mushrooms --safely, without confusion, fear, or an unwanted high.
Author: Jenny Sansouci
Category: Health & Fitness
Learn how to improve your health and wellness with the healing magic of cannabis, CBD and medicinal mushrooms. When health coach and wellness blogger Jenny Sansouci learned that her father was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer, her extensive knowledge of the latest alternative therapies was put to the test. Jenny dove into the world of cannabis and mushrooms and their medicinal properties - and she and her dad are now outspoken champions of the healing power of these plants and fungi - not only to tame the side effects of chemotherapy, but to address everyday wellness concerns. The Rebel's Apothecary is the result of her heartfelt and rigorous quest -- a science-based and supportive guide that will enhance the lives of anyone living with pain, anxiety, depression, a weakened immune system, insomnia, and more. Complete with background information, dosing instructions, and everyday recipes, this is the essential handbook for harnessing the ancient healing powers of cannabis and mushrooms --safely, without confusion, fear, or an unwanted high. In addition to debunking myths and de-stigmatizing these powerful healing plants and fungi, The Rebel's Apothecary presents: • Specific protocols and dosage guides for wellness uses (mood, sleep, immunity, focus, energy) and managing common chemotherapy side effects • Everyday wellness routines • Recipes for delicious, easy, health-enhancing cannabis and mushroom infused smoothies, coffee drinks, teas, elixirs, gummies, and broths - including recipes from chefs and wellness experts like Dr. Andrew Weil, Kris Carr, Seamus Mullen, Marco Canora and more • The latest research on CBD, THC, medicinal mushrooms and psilocybin • Tips for creating a cutting-edge home apothecary of your own
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In December , Dr. Moore , on his way to Sambalpur , was intercepted and murdered by the rebels . Apothecary Hanson , who was following him , had a narrow escape . Captain Leigh , hearing of his approach , sent a party of native police ...
Author: Colonel George Bruce MallesonPublish On: 2014-06-13
... finding these troops insufficient to repress the disorder caused by mutinous Sipahis and the followers of the rebel landowners, Leigh again applied to Katak for aid. ... Apothecary Hanson, who was following him, had a narrow escape.
Author: Colonel George Bruce Malleson
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
[Illustrated with over one hundred maps, photos and portraits, of the battles of the Indian Mutiny] By 1857, British power in India had been largely undisputed for almost fifty years, however, the armies of the East India Company were largely recruited from the native people of India. This inherent weakness would be exposed during the events of the Indian Mutiny of 1857-1858, as the Sepoy soldiers turned against their erstwhile British employers. The events that led up to the Revolt were many and varied, including British highhandedness, ignorance of local customs and religious values, and incendiary propaganda. It is generally argued that the spark that lit the flame was the rumour that the newly issued rifle cartridges would be greased either with tallow, derived from beef and thereby offensive to Hindus, or lard, derived from pork and thereby offensive to Muslims. The enraged soldiers mutinied across a number of Indian States, taking Delhi, besieging Lucknow, and revolting in Oudh. The rebellion was eventually quelled in 1858 however, the effects of the Mutiny were far ranging and important. The East Indian Company was dissolved and the British government set about reorganising all facets of its power in India from the political to the administration and, most pointedly, the military. Although India would not gain its Independence until 150 years later, the events of the Indian Mutiny stayed in the folk consciousness of the country, a number of the leaders were lionized in certain circles, and a measure of nascent nationhood was born. Of the many books written on the event, few are as well respected, accurate, frequently read or cited as the six volume history produced by two ex-British Army officers, Sir John Kaye and Colonel George Malleson, who had both erved extensively in India. This fourth volume deals with the events from September 1857 to Early 1858.
Often his father was forced to interrupt his sermons, pointing up at the church's gallery and saying, “Fitz Hugh, I mean you.” At age sixteen, Ludlow started frequenting an apothecary shop in Poughkeepsie. Ludlow sampled the various ...
Author: Justin Martin
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Biography & Autobiography
In the shadow of the Civil War, a circle of radicals in a rowdy saloon changed American society and helped set Walt Whitman on the path to poetic immortality. Rebel Souls is the first book ever written about the colorful group of artists- regulars at Pfaff's Saloon in Manhattan-rightly considered America's original Bohemians. Besides a young Whitman, the circle included actor Edwin Booth; trailblazing stand-up comic Artemus Ward; psychedelic drug pioneer and author Fitz Hugh Ludlow; and brazen performer Adah Menken, famous for her Naked Lady routine. Central to their times, the artists managed to forge connections with Ralph Waldo Emerson, Mark Twain, and even Abraham Lincoln. This vibrant tale, packed with original research, offers the pleasures of a great group biography like The Banquet Years or The Metaphysical Club. Justin Martin shows how this first bohemian culture-imported from Paris to a dingy Broadway saloon-seeded and nurtured an American tradition of rebel art that thrives to this day.
Author: George Gordon Byron Baron ByronPublish On: 1856
... on the first of June , 1205 , having reigned thirteen years , six months and five days , and was buried in the church of St. Sophia , at Constantinople . Strangely enough it must sound , that the name of the rebel apothecary who ...
Author: George Gordon Byron Baron ByronPublish On: 1879
... that the name of the rebel apothecary who received the Doge's sword , and annihilated the ancient government , in 1796-7 , was Dandolo . VI . THE WAR OF CHIOZA . " But is not Doria's menace come to pass ; Are they not bridled ?
Strangely enough it must sound , that the name of the rebel apothecary who received the Doge's sword , and annihilated the ancient government , in 1796-7 , was Dandolo . VI . THE WAR OF CHIOZA . " But is not Doria's menace come to pass ...
Author: George Gordon Byron Baron ByronPublish On: 1870
... 1205 , having reigned thirteen years , six months , and five days , and was buried in the church of St. Sophia , at Constantinople . Strangely enough it must sound , that the name of the rebel apothecary who received the Doge's ...