Whether you like it or not, you are not enjoying marijuana culture to its fullest capacity no matter how long you’ve been using it. There is even a chance that the joint you are smoking isn’t the perfect fit for you. You might have undiscovered potential for this industry and not know about it, which is why, doing research for a green solution is a must.
Here are several cannabis books that you must consider reading to make sure that you’re always on top with regards to weeds.
Number 1. How To Smoke Pot (Properly): A Highbrow Guide To Getting High – this must be on everyone’s top list especially if it’s your first time using marijuana. But for those who have been using it for quite a long time, then you are literally in for a treat by reading this book.
Number 2. Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower’s Bible – literally, this may be just the only marijuana grow book that you will ever need for your green solution. It originally debuted in 1983 and since then, patronized by many. Aside from that, it has set foundation for growing marijuana and as a result, it has copies that come in various languages like French, Spanish etc. This classic is updated every now and then with brand new chapters that’s helpful for growers who are looking for green solution to grow marijuana.
Number 3. Cooking With Cannabis Books: The Official High Times Cookbook – let’s deal with the reality that sifting through all delicate culinary marijuana book is quite hard. That’s not even the good news because the publication has also included the sought after and most mouthwatering recipes you can ever have in one cookbook. Having said that, making sativa spring rolls, and pretty much anything you like is possible.
Number 4. Green: A Field Guide To Marijuana – you would never have a complete green solution without this book. This is marijuana coffee table book is very informative and at the same time, visually impactful and that’s what the author and photographer is trying to achieve in this book. In addition to that, this is also an excellent source when trying to win strain debates.
Number 5. Inherent Vice – a pothead detective is going to be the only thing that’s missing from your book collection. Fortunately, Thomas Pynchon, the author has solved this problem back in 2009 after writing the popular and sought after psychedelic noir, Inherent Vice. And just 5 years later, it got its own film.
Make sure to have any of these books and have a wider grasp in green solution.