If you’re looking for new information on marijuana, getting your hands on some books about Mary Jane can offer you a wide list of facts and a lot of other concepts. These days, you’ll find books on marijuana from educational to fictional.
Here, we have collected five of the best books written about Mary Jane that can help change your views, and who knows, your life.
The Emperor Wears No Clothes
This is one of the classic books regarding marijuana written by Jack Herer and first published in 1985. In this book, Herer compiled his 12 years of experience collecting information about cannabis and its many uses. If you know the famous fairy tale ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’ of Christian Andersen, Herer used this as an allegory in today’s prohibition of marijuana use.
What is giving this book a lot of attention is its being backed up by several organizations from different countries that offer a hundred thousand dollars for those who can disprove the facts mentioned in the book.
Marijuana Smoker’s Guidebook: The Easy Way to Identify and Enjoy Marijuana Strains
This book, written by Matt Mernagh, will help people who are checking on the right cannabis strains to try. Packed with a lot of information and good humor, Mernagh gives his accounts and opinions of all his experiences trying out more than 180 different cannabis strains from all over the globe.
What is good about this book is that the information are all accounts from personal experiences with cannabis strains and will give readers an honest account on how to enjoy and get the most out of every strain. This book is perfect not only for those choosing the next cannabis strain but also for those who are cultivating cannabis.
The Cannabis Grow Bible: The Definitive Guide to Growing Marijuana for Recreational and Medicinal Use
If you are looking into growing your own cannabis, be it for medicinal or recreational use, this bible from Greg Green is a recommended read. This book is tagged as the most comprehensive guide on marijuana gardening.
What is great about this book is its presentation of step-by-step guides with pictures of every aspect of the marijuana cultivation up to hash production. This book works perfectly both for novice and professional growers.
Further, this book is being constantly updated to reflect updates on marijuana horticulture technology. In fact, this book is published with more than 200 additional pages that contain information on new techniques, lighting technology and even the highly advanced extraction techniques.
Other than detailed pictures and clear instructions, this book is written with charts and advices to help the reader get started and flourish in the business of marijuana growing.
The Official High Times Cannabis Cookbook: More than 50 Irresistible Recipes That Will Get You High
This book, which is a compilation of various recipes from the magazine High Times, is best for those who want to experience cooking cannabis on a whole new level. People have always been familiar with brownies when speaking of cannabis edibles; however, this cookbook will introduce you to a lot of new recipes with weed.
Recipes introduced here range from appetizers to cocktails for your household consumption and even for huge feasts. Some of the mouth-watering recipes in this cookbook are sativa shrimp spring rolls, pico de ganja nachos, pineapple express upside-down cake and time-warp tamales.
What’s even to look forward to in this cookbook is the bright images that come along with each recipe to entice readers more on trying all of them. There are also various recipes that are inspired by celebrities in the likes of Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson.
Other than being a cookbook, this book offers a lot of information regarding various strains and works for those using Mary Jane for recreational and medical purposes.
The Cannabis Manifesto: A New Paradigm For Wellness
Written by Steve DeAngelo, owner of one of the largest medical cannabis dispensaries, this book presents a very compelling case regarding the legalization of cannabis. This book is not only for those who are in favor of the legalization of marijuana but it works more for those who have hesitations on the weed.
DeAngelo shares that there is no such thing as “recreational marijuana” simply because the use of cannabis is a step for wellness. The book answers questions regarding the plant that is backed up by extensive research. The book opens a discussion on the mental, biological and spiritual effects of cannabis to humans as well as the science and laws that govern the use of the weed.
This book is known to help change the views of the world when it comes to the benefits and laws governing the use of cannabis.
Other than these five books, there are other worth-reading books regarding marijuana that you may want to check out. Other educational books on cannabis include Julie Holland’s The Pot Book: A Complete Guide to Cannabis, Michael Backe’s Cannabis Pharmacy: The Practical Guide to Medical Marijuana and Ed Rosenthal’s Beyond Buds: Marijuana Extracts—Hash, Vaping, Dabbing, Edibles and Medicines.
You’ll also be surprised with memoirs sharing personal experiences of authors when it comes to marijuana. Memoirs worth checking include Heather Donahue’s Growgirl: The Blossoming of an Unlikely Outlaw and Johann Hari’s Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs.
If you are rather on the experimenting phase when it comes to marijuana edibles, there are dozens of cookbooks you can check out depending on what type of food you wish to prepare. Some cookbooks you may enjoy are Chefs Laurie Wold and Melissa Parks’ Herb: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Cannabis, Jessica Catalano’s The Ganja Kitchen Revolution: The Bible of Cannabis Cuisine and Karin Lazarus’ Sweet Mary Jane: 75 Delicious Cannabis-Infused High-End Desserts.
There really is no shortage of references when it comes to different information regarding Mary Jane. If you look hard enough, you’ll find a library of information that will not only give you knowledge on the weed but also change your views about it in the long run. Happy reading!