Books

I highly recommend these books (there will be more) Eventually I expect I’ll divide it up as follows:

  • Growing
  • Cooking
  • Dirt
  • Plants
  • Magazines

True Living Organics: The Ultimate Guide to Growing All-Natural Marijuana Indoors

This book is great. The Rev’s writing style is loose and cozy making you feel like he’s chatting to you. If you’re a beginner, the intensity of his soil amendments can feel daunting, but if you start off with a few at a time and slowly integrate the rest your plants will start to thrive and you’ll be a proud organic plant mama (or Dad or plant wrangler or whatever you want to call yourself). Click on the link above and it will connect you to Amazon and the “official” description of the book.


What’s Wrong with My Marijuana Plant?: A Cannabis Grower’s Visual Guide to Easy Diagnosis and Organic Remedies

If you’re going to grow your own Cannabis then BUY THIS BOOK. Seriously. It’s an easy to use guide that helps you to determine whats up with your plant. To use it you start by identifying what part of plant has a problem (the whole plant, leaves etc) then it breaks down the problem by symptoms and includes colour pictures of each ailment. Once you’ve located the issue it then guides you to a series of organic remedies to try out. You’ll soon become the pro that all of your friends turn to for advice with their plants. Click on the title above and it will connect you to Amazon and the “official” description of the book.





Herb

Nom nom nom. If you’re serious about cooking this book is for you. This book is not just about desserts, its full of savory recipes too. We’re talking Caramalized Onion Dip, Spaghetti with Arugula Pesto, Orange Sesame Chicken, Malted Chocolate Smoothies and Triple Chocolate Espresso Cookies. Click on the title above and it will connect you to Amazon and the “official” description of the book.


A Woman’s Guide to Cannabis: Using Marijuana to Feel Better, Look Better, Sleep Better–and Get High Like a Lady

This is a great book if you’re new to the world of cannabis OR if like many of us your experience with this lovely plant involves buying a bag of weed from that guy you know. It guides you through different types of cannabis, and how to use them during different activities for optimum results. She shares a quick breakdown of what to expect a dispensary and the types of questions you might have for a budtender. There are recipes for edibles, including tincture tips and math to figure out the dose of your homemade goodies. There is also a section on making your own topical creams including essential oils for those of us who like a luxurious lotion that can also be used as a pain medication. Clicking on the photo or title above will lead you to amazon.ca where you can read the official description and ponder which of your friends (or you) need this book more.


The Medical Cannabis Guidebook: The Definitive Guide To Using and Growing Medicinal Marijuana

Personally I love this book. It has step by step instructions with colour pictures outlining various ways to make oils (using a variety of different solvents), recipes for fun different edibles of both the sweet and savory variety to help you come up with great new ways to take your medicine, as well as a growing guide. It includes tips for growers with limited mobility as well as a large section on specific illnesses and case studies. It’s an all around wonderful guide to administration methods as well as providing a section on Hemp Nutrition and Health. It constantly surprises me with little gems of information that I’ve never found anywhere else and my Cannabis bookshelf would feel empty without its presence.


Wicked Plants: The Weed That Killed Lincoln’s Mother and Other Botanical Atrocities

I love this book. It’s so cool. It’s broken down into a few short pages for each plant and it’s just full on fascinating. If you’re obsessed with plants of all sorts I highly recommend checking this out.




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