5 Cannabis Books That Will Make You Sound Super Impressive
There is so much to learn in the world of cannabis these days so why not start with some good old fashioned books! Many experts in this growing industry are imparting their valuable knowledge by providing cannabis students with updated publications that anyone can purchase online. If you're interested in expanding your knowledge of this medicinal plant, here are 5 cannabis books you have to read this year!
Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower's Bible by Jorge Cervantes
Marijuana Horticulture by Jorge Cervantes is an illustrated book for growers looking for simple techniques to help them produce a higher yield in their indoor, outdoor or greenhouse cultivation. The over 500-page book contains 17 informative chapters that include expert information on cannabis seeds, germination, cloning, transplanting, pruning, grafting, flowering, harvesting, and curing. For growers who have a bigger setup, Jorge includes chapters that explain ways to utilize greenhouses, lighting, indoor grow rooms, and the book goes on to show ways of making hash and cannabis concentrates.
Marijuana Horticulture is a must have for any cannabis aficionado who wants to have an awesome grow this year! When it comes to cannabis books, this one has been impacting growers for over 25 years and has become “the bible” for serious cultivators around the world.
Cannabis Pharmacy: The Practical Guide to Medical Marijuana by Michael Backes
Cannabis Pharmacy is a book that is sometimes used to train budtenders at medical dispensaries to make sure they understand how cannabis can help treat almost every ailment and condition that people suffer from today.
Part one of the practical guide explains how cannabis is a medicine by detailing the effects within the body and how the endocannabinoid system plays into everything. Part two is all about using medical cannabis such as how to deliver the right doses for each person's metabolism and there’s even a chapter that discusses using cannabis in the workplace. Part three contains information about the importance of cannabis strains and this section goes into detail about specific strains like Grand Daddy Purps, Skunk #1, White Widow and classics like OG Kush. The final part of the book discloses information on how to use the cannabis plant to treat conditions like pain, diabetes, seizures, cancer and even skin conditions.
Most readers seem to find Cannabis Pharmacy an informative guide to medical cannabis but it may be outdated on new strain information. If you are a medical patient, this is a book you need in your collection.
Beyond Buds: Marijuana Extracts Hash, Vaping, Dabbing, Edibles & Medicines By Ed Rosenthal
Ed Rosenthal has been known as the Guru of Ganja for his expertise on everything cannabis related and two of his cannabis books are required reading on the curriculum of Oaksterdam University. Beyond Buds is one of the first cannabis books to go into detail about the different options for using concentrated cannabis like dabs, tinctures, and edibles.
Beyond Buds is also a DIY guide to making BHO, CO2 extracts, kief, hash, tinctures, topicals, and edibles. The book also demonstrates how extracts are the future of cannabis by explaining why they are healthier on the lungs and have a potency level that can be extremely therapeutic.
Readers who love pictures will enjoy how this book has a bunch of high-quality photos of award-winning hash and concentrates throughout the pages that show the reader what top quality extracts look like. Whilst Beyond Buds is a decent overview of extraction techniques, it may not be extensive enough to be a full DIY manual.
Teaming with Nutrients: The Organic Gardener’s Guide to Optimizing Plant Nutrition by Jeff Lowenfels
Understanding the macrocosms and microcosms of nutrition can help us dig deeper into the science behind what makes plants not only grow but thrive. Teaming with Nutrients by Jeff Lowenfels is a guide on how to optimize plant nutrition by understanding the basic fundamentals of plants as they relate to biology, chemistry, and botany. The author goes into detail about the nature of how plants cells eat and how nutrients flow through the plants. Whether you're an experienced grower or a total weed newb, this book will educate people from all walks of life.
Phytocannabinoids: Unraveling the Complex Chemistry and Pharmacology of Cannabis Sativa
For all you research nerds yearning to get even deeper into the science of cannabis, a newer book released in 2017 begins to unravel the complex chemistry and pharmacology of Cannabis Sativa. The book, written specifically about phytocannabinoids, was put together by a collaboration of editors who are part of the group ‘Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural Products’.
The beginning of the book has a simple introduction to cannabis history but gets pretty technical once you reach the paragraph explaining the difference between indoor and outdoor cultivation. This “science journal” type book has 131 pages of valuable cannabis information and costs over $170! Phytocannabinoid science is in its beginning stages so anyone who is a pioneer in the industry should benefit from reading this book!
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