Wholistic Healing Guide to Cannabis

Order From Heartstone to get your signed copy of the book plus tutorial videos:

Get a peek behind the scenes where Tammi is making medicine, guiding you through steps of the process, and addresses the common areas where students have questions, concerns, and fears about making medicine with cannabis.
  • Which types of medicine to make and why
  • How to make and use infused oils
  • How to make and use tincture
  • Mistakes to avoid during the decarboxylation process
  • How to decipher the “Certificate of Analysis (COA)”
  • How to interpret lab results
  • and of course… math. Because we all love math




Understanding the Endocannabinoid System, Addressing Specific Ailments and Conditions, and Making Cannabis-Based Remedies

Author Tammi Sweet combines her expertise in herbal medicine and neurobiology in this in-depth guide to understanding the science of how and why cannabis medicine is effective. She explains the physiology of the body’s endocannabinoid system and how it is affected by ingesting cannabis, as well as the chemistry of the whole plant.

Based on research and her own clinical experiences, Sweet provides instructions for the best preparation techniques and specific dosage recommendations for addressing a wide range of conditions including stress, chronic pain, anxiety, PTSD, insomnia, and more.

This book will be extremely valuable to healthcare professionals, practitioners of the healing arts, dispensary workers, and medical cannabis users who want to understand the science of cannabis and its effects on the whole body.


Tammi Sweet, MS, LMT, is cofounder and codirector of The Heartstone Center for Earth Essentials near Ithaca, New York, where she offers workshops and classes in herbal medicine and online courses in anatomy and physiology. She holds a master’s degree in endocrinology and has been teaching anatomy and physiology to a range of students in a variety of learning environments including massage school, herbal school, and college for the past 30 years.