We all know that there are places where we can’t just ´´light one up”. But more importantly, what about the sweet cravings we all get at time to time? What if we can combine the two? Yes, we can, and we did!I have been researching (actually playing) with various extraction methods to get the purest form of CBD and THC and using them to make various sweets, candies, and other yummy stuff. I must admit that I am fascinated by the joyful possibilities. They are truly endless! In this book, I just wanted to get your heart, mind, and taste buds to open up to the sweet ideas of cannabis-infused candies and other sweet yummy stuff. So you can give my ideas a try and enjoy your new hobby.I guarantee that you will love what you make. Take my word for it. Just follow the simple methods I outline in this book to extract the good stuff then follow the recipes to make some of the most satisfying yummy candies, cookies, brownies, ice cream, and so much more.You will learn:Types of cannabis to useWhat are THC and CBDHow to extract THCComplete extraction methodsHow to calculate a THC dose for recipesTips and tricks to cooking with cannabisHow to make:Cannabis butterCannabis oilCannabis flourCannabis corn syrupEnjoy some of these recipes:Coconut-Covered Raisins with CannabisTHC Jolly RanchersCannabis CandiesTHC-Infused Hard CandiesCannabis CaramelMarijuana Gummy BearCannabis Peppermint Ice CreamWeed PopsicleStrawberry Weed MuffinCannabis CupcakeWeed Rice Krispy TreatsChocolate Chip Cookies with CannabisMarijuana FudgeNo-Bake Chocolate Weed CookiesCannabis Peanut Butter BallsCannabis Carrot CakeYummy Red Velvet Cannabis-Infused BrowniesEnjoy baking! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sarah Roberts. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/128896/bk_acx0_128896_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Through the legalization of marijuana in various states in recent years, along with various positive media coverage including TV series like Weed by Dr. Sanjay Gupta and the hundreds of medicinal marijuana-related books out there, I am sure most of you already know that marijuana is not what we used to think of it. It is much more than that. It can be used as medicine for various illness and diseases (mostly the CBD part of marijuana), while the THC can reduce pain and suffering among cancer patients.But this book is not about how marijuana can heal your discomfort. Instead, it is about how to consume marijuana when you can’t consume it the conventional ways as most people do. If you are like me, then I am sure you dislike smoking and want to stay as far away from that as possible. But I still want to enjoy this natural miracle we call marijuana.Unlike most other books, I will show you how you can make edibles that are delicious with just CBD or with THC or with both. So there is something for everybody. This book is the fruit of a five-year long research project of trial, error, and success, so don’t worry. I have passed the trial and error phase, and the results are in this book so you can enjoy from the very first try.By profession, I used to be the assistant chef at a casino in Las Vegas, so naturally I started thinking about how we can consume weed without actually smoking it. After a lot of research, trial and error, I came up with a great way to enjoy the goodness of this amazing plant, a way which also soothes my sweet tooth craving.I not only show you how to make many yummy candies and scrumptious desserts, but also how you can pick the right strain and do the decarboxylation. I also show you how to extract the THC and CBD from the cannibis and make everything from scratch.You will love this book if you enjoy sweet and savory desserts and candy, and I am sure 80% of people in this world have at least one swee 1. Language: English. Narrator: Laura Johnson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/148417/bk_acx0_148417_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Before you can start making extracts, there are a few things that you need to know. Basic terms: The terms that are listed here are the terms that are going to be used to describe the consistency of your extract; however, you may realize that some of these terms are also used when looking at the name of the extract. Live resin: this is the extract that you will take from a fresh plant rather than a dried plant Crumble: chunks of dried extract or plant Shatter: an extract that is hard and candy-like Wax: extract that is stretchy and going to stick together even after it has cooled Cannabis extracts Many of the extracts that we are going to discuss in this section are going to be listed later on in the audiobook with the process in which you are going to be able to follow to make that particular extract. Kief: A powdery dust that can be smoked on its own but is going to burn quickly. Hash: Substantial chunks of extract. One of the oldest methods known for making extracts. Bubble hash: The same as the regular hash. The process for making bubble hash is one of the safest out there. ISO Hash (Isopropyl alcohol): A mix between a tarry oil and shatter. Be careful with this one because there may be a hint of chemicals left over in your extract. BHO (Butane Hash oil): This oil will be somewhere between a waxy oil all the way up to a hard shatter. You should always test your BHO before you smoke it to make sure there is no butane left over on the extract. CO2 Oil: Your result for CO2 oil will be either a liquid you use for a vape pen or wax. This is one of the more costly techniques for making extracts. Budder: Soft butter like substance that will crumble. Your budder may yield a lower THC conte 1. Language: English. Narrator: Trevor Clinger. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/088106/bk_acx0_088106_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
An eye-opening report from an award-winning author and former New York Times reporter reveals the link between teenage marijuana use and mental illness, and a hidden epidemic of violence caused by the drug - facts the media has ignored as the US rushes to legalize cannabis.Recreational marijuana is now legal in nine states. Almost all Americans believe the drug should be legal for medical use. Advocates argue cannabis can help everyone from veterans to cancer sufferers. But legalization has been built on myths - that marijuana arrests fill prisons; that most doctors want to use cannabis as medicine; that it can somehow stem the opiate epidemic; that it is not just harmless but beneficial for mental health. In this meticulously reported audiobook, Alex Berenson, a former New York Times reporter, explodes those myths:Almost no one is in prison for marijuana;A tiny fraction of doctors write most authorizations for medical marijuana, mostly for people who have already used;Marijuana use is linked to opiate and cocaine use. Since 2008, the US and Canada have seen soaring marijuana use and an opiate epidemic. Britain has falling marijuana use and no epidemic;Most of all, THC - the chemical in marijuana responsible for the drug’s high - can cause psychotic episodes. After decades of studies, scientists no longer seriously debate if marijuana causes psychosis.Psychosis brings violence, and cannabis-linked violence is spreading. In the four states that first legalized, murders have risen 25 percent since legalization, even more than the recent national increase. In Uruguay, which allowed retail sales in July 2017, murders have soared this year.Berenson’s reporting ranges from the London institute that is home to the scientists who helped prove the cannabis-psychosis link to the Colorado prison where a man now serves a 30-year sentence after eating a THC-laced candy bar and killing h 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alex Berenson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/009049/bk_sans_009049_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This special To The Best of Our Knowledge collection contains 14 interviews: Peter Reinhart is lay brother in an Eastern Orthodox Christian service order and the leader of the American artisanal bread movement. Mimi Sheraton, a travel writer, went to the Polish town of Bialystock to find the origins of her favorite childhood bread - the bialy. Andreas Viestad tells Jim Fleming about his adventures cooking outdoors across Norway. Anthony Bourdain, executive chef at Brasseire Les Halles in Manhattan, tells us some restaurant secrets. Aaron Sanchez is a chef on the Food Network´s hit show, Melting Pot. He talks about salsa. Odessa Piper, founder and chef of L´Etoile, tells Anne how she cooks exclusively with local foods, even in the middle of winter. Pat Willard is the author of Secrets of Saffron: The Vagabond Life of the World´s Most Seductive Herb. James McNair has written more than 40 cookbooks, including Burger. Anne asks James how to build a better burger. Steve Almond is the author of Candy Freak: A Journey Through the Chocolate Underbelly of America. Chris Kilham is the author of Psyche Delicacies-Chocolate, Chiles, Kava and Cannabis and Why They´re Good for You. Steven Kaplan is a bread historian who explains how he gets away with criticizing the French baguette. Julia Alvarez talks about being a coffee farmer and a writer in the Dominican Republic. Timothy James Castle tells Jim Fleming how he brews the perfect cup of coffee. Chef and food writer Deborah Madison talks with Anne about shopping at farmer´s markets. She says slowing down for food is one of the best ways to bring pleasure back into your life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Fleming. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/000545/rt_tbon_000545_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.