5 Books To Up Your Green Solution
You may consider yourself as an expert to marijuana use however, what if I tell you that you are still not able to enjoy it to full capacity. The strain that you are smoking right now might even be the right fit. You may likely have undiscovered potential for this industry and not have a clue about it, which is the reason why it is a must to do research for green solution.
To ensure that you are on top of everything when it comes to smoking weed, here are some cannabis books you should read.
Number 1. How To Smoke Pot (Properly): A Highbrow Guide To Getting High – make it a point that you own one particularly if it is just your first time smoking weed. On the other hand, this can be a real treat as well for connoisseurs and seasoned stoners.
Number 2. Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower’s Bible – when it comes to your green solution, this can possibly be the only source you need. As a matter of fact, it debuted in 1983 and since then, many have been patronizing it. It is also a staple in growing marijuana globally with copies that are available in German, French, Dutch and Spanish. Aside from that, this classic is constantly updated with new chapters that is very useful for those who wish to find green solution to grow marijuana.
Number 3. Cooking With Cannabis Books: The Official High Times Cookbook – we can all agree to the fact that narrowing down every culinary marijuana book to one ultimate compilation is not that easy. And if you think that is everything else, you’re wrong as the publication even compiled their most mouthwatering and sought after recipes into 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 – without this book, you can’t say that you have a complete guide to effective green solution. 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. Not only that, this is a great source when you are trying to win strain debates.
Number 5. Inherent Vice – anyone who consider themselves to be a pothead detective should ensure that they have this book into their collection. The good thing is, Thomas Pynchon, the author already solved this problem after he has written the psychedelic noir, Inherent Vice. Eventually, this book even got a film adaptation 5 years later starring Benicio Del Torro, Reese Witherspoon as well as Joaquin Phoenix.
Read any of these books and get ready to up your green solution and enjoy marijuana to its fullest.