Literature surrounding the medicinal, cultivational, cultural, spiritual and recreational aspects of the Cannabis plant.
Author: Joe Astro
Paperback, 376 pages
A novel detailing the struggle to legalize marijuana in the United States.
Author: Paolo Ranali
Hardcover, 272 pages
Author: Stephen Gaskin
Paperback, 138 pages
Hippie spiritual teacher Stephen Gaskin mesmerized flower children weekly at the Family Dog Auditorium in San Francisco when he talked of tripping and taught hippie values during the weekly “Monday Night Class”. Stephen hosted three outrageous acid tripping parties on top of Mt. Tamp when LSD was still legal on certain government lands.
Author: Gregory Irving
Hardcover, 96 pages
Nach dem großen Erfolg von ‘Züchten auf Steinwolle’ präsentiert der Autor hier nun ein zweites großartiges Werk über ein weiteres interessantes Wachstumsmedium.
Kokos ist ein äußerst benutzer- und umweltfreundliches Material.
For a new grower is a good source of knowledge and tips.
Finishing: Ask Ed: if you are not an expert yet, this book is a good source.
Auteur: Ed Rosenthal
Ed Rosenthal has long been considered the best source for reliable information about growing the controversial weed. This volume, based on his “Ask Ed” column, collects hundreds of readers’ actual questions and tips on all the major concerns about cultivation, plus topics like pot etiquette, medical marijuana, and political activism. Questions are organized from seed to harvest, and cover hydroponics, lighting, nutrients, cloning, and many more topics in detail. Illustrations, tables, and a thorough index help readers quickly find the information they need.
Author: Ed Rosenthal
Paperback, 230 pages
Marijuana Extracts: Hash, Vaping Dabbing, Edibles & Medicine
How people use marijuana is changing fast: Shatter, BHO, Kief, Vape Pens, Dabbing. Time to go Beyond Buds. Discover new marijuana choices – pure medicines, inhaled vapors, tinctures & topicals infused with cannabis.
– Try Dry Sift – Easy to make and a delight to use.
– Dip Into Water Hash – Wash away the green, collect potent trichomes
– Concentrate on Butane – How the process works, examples of quality extracts.
– Get Critical with CO2 – Complete explanation of the process and equipment.
-Vape and Dab – Pipes and pens from simple to complex, beautiful, and technically advanced.
-Savor Edibles – Prepare the mix and stir the pot. Portion control and recipes for food and drink.
Author: D. Gold
Paperback, 110 pages
D. Gold reveals the inner world of marijuana and hashish in this book. Accompany the alchemist as he uncovers the secrets of enhancing potency in this informative text.
Finally, this hard-to-obtain cult classic is once again available. Revised and updated.
“Cannabis lovers awake and sing! For this is surely no less than a masterwork, a lucid, extraordinarily practical labor of alchemical love and lore.” David Solomon, author of ‘Marijuana Papers’.
“This modern classic adds a valid new twist to ancient art of getting high.” George Andrews, author of ‘The Book of Grass’.
Author: F. Grotenhermen, E. Russo
Paperback, 439 pages
Researchers from Europe, the US, Australia, and Brazil–most members of the International Cannabinoid Research Society–focus on the health aspects of the controversial plant, mentioning social and political dimensions only when required within the medicinal discussion. They consider botany, taxonomy, chemistry, and history; pharmacology and pharmacokinetics; indications for cannabis and THC; risks and side effects; other cannabinoids; and other constituents of cannabis.
by Robert C. Clarke
and Mark D. Merlin
“Cannabis: Evolution and Ethnobotany” is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary exploration of the natural origins and early evolution of this famous plant, highlighting its historic role in the development of human societies.
Author: Yves de Saussure
Paperback, 67 pages
Cannabis for Health, Energy, Medicine Paper and 25,000 other uses
This book is printed on John Hanson’s treefree hemp paper and tied with hemp twine. It covers the many uses of cannabis.
Editor: Ethan Russo
Paperback, 187 pages
Cannabis: From Pariah to Prescription reviews the latest research from recent clinical trials with cannabis and cannabinoids–outlining their place and future as prescription medicines. This book addresses the “road back” for cannabis medicines and society’s reacceptance of cannabis as a prescription product.