Episode 19 - Relief Without The High

A special report with Dr. Junella Chin on how to dose medical cannabis for three chronic conditions: Pain, Stress/Anxiety and Insomnia. State-of-the-art information that can seriously improve your life.


Medical cannabis is like the iPhone circa 1998 -- no one knew they needed it until they had it in their hands. The world hasn’t been the same since.

And it’s a whole lot more than “Take 3 tokes and call me in the morning!”

Scientific research from around the world is showing that the two most prevalent components in the plant, CBD and THC, can be combined in new ways that effectively treat common conditions such as pain, stress/anxiety and insomnia without the side effects of over-the-counter or prescription medications. This is great news. While modern medicine and pharma companies have done a great job learning how to treat severe conditions, they have not succeeded as well in helping people with chronic conditions such as the ones mentioned above.

The other great news: with a little education, patients can use these cannabis meds with without having to be high. This is important for those of us who need to medicate daily and who also need to function fully.

“Relief Without the High,” conducted in tandem with Dr. Junella Chin, who has treated over 10,000 patients with cannabis meds, shows patients the value of “educating before medicating.” It is a hands-on demonstration of the different ways of taking the meds (oral, tincture, vapor) and how to dose them for optimum relief. It also informs patients who are not living in legal states how to begin using these medications without running afoul of the law.

Medical cannabis is emerging from the shadows of prohibition and the science is showing it to be a legitimate and effective mode of healing. There are millions of people who will benefit from this information. Please share this episode widely—and please support us on Patreon so we can continue our mission of bringing the science and information to the people who need it.

Joe Dolce