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Why Every Cannabis Enthusiast Should Own ‘The Cannabis Manifesto: A New Paradigm for Wellness’


cannabis manifesto steve deangeloA very significant cannabis book was released this week. I personally would go as far as saying it could be the most significant cannabis book of all time. The book I am referring to is of course The Cannabis Manifesto: A New Paradigm for Wellness by Steve DeAngelo. I published a full review of the book Tuesday, and I encourage you to check out that article.

I have been reading rave reviews all over the internet about the book, which makes me very happy to see. The reason why this book is so significant is because it comes at a time when America is giving more consideration to cannabis reform than ever before. 2016 is going to be the biggest year in America’s history for cannabis reform, and this book’s timely release will help those reform efforts.

The Cannabis Manifesto: A New Paradigm for Wellness is part history book, part autobiography, and part call to action. Steve DeAngelo has been an activist for over four decades now, and his story is one that every cannabis enthusiast should know. His book is full of facts, talking points, and tips for how to be a strong cannabis activist. Obtaining and reading this book now will help activists be better prepared for this crucial election cycle.

Steve’s book is the best one that I have ever seen when it comes to the topic of cannabis consumption for wellness purposes. That shouldn’t surprise anyone, because Steve DeAngelo is the leading subject matter expert on that topic. It’s a topic that is getting more popular by the day, and one that I have been personally interested in a lot lately. Cannabis makes everything better. It makes music better, it makes food taste better, it makes enjoying art better, and makes your overall life better. Every veteran cannabis enthusiast will be quick to tell you that.

The Cannabis Manifesto: A New Paradigm for Wellness is the type of book that you purchase for other people, especially those that are on the fence about cannabis reform and consumption. This book will crush unwarranted stereotypes. You can talk until you’re blue in the face, and some people get it, some people don’t. But I feel that if you have them read this book, it creates the best chance for minds to be changed. I have already shown excerpts to two people that I have tried for many years to give medical cannabis a try to no avail. I’m happy to say that both of them changed their minds after I showed them just one chapter of this book.

The Cannabis Manifesto: A New Paradigm for Wellness has a legit chance of becoming the first cannabis book to make the New York Times ‘best seller’ list, which would be absolutely huge for the overall movement. It would no doubt lead to increased publicity for cannabis reform and the cannabis wellness movement, and would generate some serious discussions in the media and in American households. I can’t say it enough – if you are a cannabis enthusiast, you should pick up this book, and share it with everyone you know. You can get a copy of the book by clicking this link, and for a limited time the publishing company is throwing in a BUNCH of bonuses that make the deal even more of a no-brainer.


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  1. Kevin Sabet is a huge a**hole. I guess I can’t blame him for protecting his job but for God’s sake find a different cause, because you are going to lose this one Kev.

  2. Within the last few years I have noticed several changes with regards to the public view of marijuana. Many times while commenting on an article, people would jump at the chance to be belligerent, belittling, and just be-an asshole. Now I see the shift towards acceptance, and I am grateful.

    Without personal effort by Steve DeAngelo, and uncounted activists, marijuana reform wouldn’t be on the radar. I may be just a “good ol’ boy”, but I admire all of those who have shed blood, sweat, and tears to clamor for the necessary common sense changes that would not be possible otherwise.
    My oldest child went through chemotherapy (in remission now), but each day I try to think about the people who are newly diagnosed with some form of cancer. Medical Marijuana may not be for everyone, but I can’t wait for the day that Medical Cannabis is a legal option for all people who are suffering.
    My thanks to Steve, the writers of this blog, the veterans who fight for our freedom (then suffer with PTSD or get injured and suffer with pain), the untold thousands who make activism a life style, and anyone who has been unfairly targeted by our militarized police forces. Finally, the end is in sight.
    If policy changes continue at the pace it has reached…Marijuana reform is inevitable. (I recently read that veterans are organizing a marijuana March in D.C.) All because a “pack of potheads” refused to take “No” as an answer…FREE THE WEED!!!

  3. Herb, nutraceautical, medicine, or drug? Prevents disease or heals/manages disease? Getting high for fun or to stay well and balanced? Like the blind man groping the elephant, all depends on what part you grab. This is why weed will always be controversial and difficult to categorize.

    The excerpts and interviews I’ve seen from Steve regarding his book are pretty compelling. It’s now at the top of my reading list.

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