If you´re reading this than odds are that you are tired of paying top dollar for your herb at the dispensary. Growing cannabis yourself, indoors, doesn´t have to be difficult like many people say. Keep reading because this book will teach you everything you need to know in order to get started growing cannabis indoors. Whether your budget is large or small, you will discover what you need and what you need to do to grow some high-quality marijuana. Stop wasting your money, and take that next step toward self-sufficiency with your marijuana. Growing Cannabis: The Medical Marijuana Patients´ Guide to Growing Cannabis Indoors will teach you exactly what you need to know, as well as give you the tools and materials you will need to start growing it. After listening to this guide, you will be well on your way to producing your own chronic crop! Let me show you what awaits inside: Strains and Different Kinds of Cannabis Preparation - Getting ready Growing Cycle Lighting Environment and other Growing Factors Harvesting, Drying, and Curing 1. Language: English. Narrator: Walt Paisley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/054120/bk_acx0_054120_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Debunk common myths and learn a series of astonishing facts about this truly magical plant - starting today! For the last few years, cannabis oil is becoming more and more popular among therapists of various fields and specialties - and there’s a good reason! However, in the age of information, there’s also a lot of ... misinformation about the matter; and that’s what this book is here to solve! Find out anything you need to know about the amazing properties and uses of cannabis oil in various disease treatments, including: its origins, its importance, its differences to hemp oil, and much, much more! A lot of ailments have proven stubborn, hence the search for alternative medication. As technology has evolved, research into the medical world has increased astronomically with the limelight being shown towards the use of natural herbs. Among such herbs is cannabis oil, which is derived from the Sativa plant. Cannabis is a naturally growing herb that has been used for thousands of years to treat different health conditions. It’s also used in making perfumes, soaps, candles, and some other foods and supplements. Cannabis is a very powerful oil with the ability to treat numerous health conditions, and only a small amount is needed for it to have a powerful effect on the body and mind - hence it is termed a wonder plant. Though serious research is still ongoing, there have been some success stories regarding the ability of the oil to treat diverse problems. Numerous diseases and infections are treatable with cannabis oil, including; Anorexia Emesis Pain Epilepsy Anxieties Inflammation Multiple sclerosis Neurodegenerative disorders Inflammation Asthma Glaucoma Osteoporosis Schizophrenia Cardiovascular disorders Cancer Obesity Skin treat... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eddie Leonard, Jr.. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/114247/bk_acx0_114247_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Are you clueless when it comes to where and how to start growing your own marijuana? Do you need somebody who´s been there and done that to walk you through? Have you ever tried growing your own marijuana only to see it end up not quite how you had expected? Perhaps the color is not that attractive, the scent not as enticing, the yields not as plenty as you expected it to be, or perhaps it is not what you would consider ´´good´´. If this sounds like you then keep reading! This book will offer the best tips and tricks and in the business. I have done the experiments and had my fair share of trial and error so that you don´t have to go through the same mistakes. Using the knowledge you will get from this book, you will know how to grow the highest quality marijuana possible. You don´t need a giant backyard, barn or bunker to grow marijuana. You can still do it even if you live in a small space such as a closet. Inside this book you will learn: How and where to find good seeds How to germinate seeds and know if it is ready for planting How to plant the seeds properly for optimum produce Light sources and procedures What soil is considered high quality so you can avoid parasite growth The importance of having the correct size of container for your marijuana Proper concentration of fertilizer to avoid burning the crops or damaging the roots Recommended soil fertilizer brands Proper temperature, humidity, and ventilation How to properly perform pruning to encourage more growth and allow light to reach areas it wasn´t able to reach Harvesting and curing your crops 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eddie Leonard Jr.. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/069532/bk_acx0_069532_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Bring cannabis into your kitchen with these tasty recipes for bite-sized, low-dose treats. A tasty and unique collection of cannabis recipes: This collection of 30 bite-sized, low-dose recipes ventures boldly beyond pot brownies with tasty, unique, and innovative treats. Designed for bakers of all skill levels, Edibles: Small Bites for the Modern Cannabis Kitchen includes simple recipes like Spiced Superfood Truffles alongside more advanced recipes like Strawberry Jam Pavlovas - all brought to life with vibrant photography. How to make magical butter and cannabis oils: Complete with instructions for creating master cannabis ingredients such as magical butter and oils, as well as detailed information on dosage and portions, Edibles gives newbies and cannabis connoisseurs alike the info they need to create an easy, safe, and absolutely heavenly edibles experience. Delectable cannabis edibles sweets & treats: If you´ve enjoyed recipes from The Medical Marijuana Dispensary by Laurie Wolf & Mary Wolf, The Official High Times Cannabis Cookbook by Elise McDonough & Sara Remington or Cannabis Cuisine by Andrea Drummer - you´ll want to take pleasure in savoring the collection of cannabis edibles treats in Edibles: Small Bites for the Modern Cannabis Kitchen .
Take one female cop and Add a dash of power; Throw in a dangerous gangster, Some violent men, And a whole bunch of cannabis. Sprinkle around a small French spa town And mix thoroughly. Cook on a hot grill until the truth is revealed. The result will be scorching. Grass Grows in the Pyrenees, the second book in the series Death in the Pyrenees, gives insights into the workings and atmosphere of a small French town and the surrounding mountains in the Eastern Pyrenees. The story unfolds as told by Danielle, a single, 30-year-old, recently promoted cop. The sudden and mysterious death of a local farmer who is suspected of growing cannabis opens a Pandora´s box of trouble. It´s a race against time to stop the gangsters before the town and everyone in it is damaged beyond repair. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alicia Rose. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/038237/bk_acx0_038237_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
What Are Terpenes?Terpenes (pronounced tur-peens), or terpenoids, are aromatic metabolites found in the oils of all plants. Terpenes are chemical oils produced by plants that create the unique flavor, scent and effect of herbs, fruit and flowers. When smelling a flower or herb, your nose actually registers the unique terpene profile of the plant. More than 30,000 unique terpenes have been identified in plants, animals, microbes, and fungi, which create aromas and flavors. Terpenes help carry out biological functions, can serve as vitamins, pheromones, and hormones as well as influence the immune system. When combined, terpenes produce complex profiles. For example, the herb lavender smells pleasant, tastes slightly sweet and floral, and has a relaxing effect.Terpenes are secreted along with cannabinoids in the flower?s sticky resin glands. They are responsible for cannabis? smell, flavor and contribute to its overall sensory effect. Terpenes give the Blueberry cannabis strain its berry smell, Sour Diesel its skunky smell, and Lavender its floral aroma. Over 100 different terpenes have been identified in the cannabis plant, and every strain tends toward a unique terpene type and composition. Terpenes play a key role in differentiating the effects of various cannabis strains. Terpenoid production evolved over time in plants, including cannabis, to attract pollinators and to act as defense compounds. Female cannabis plants produce glandular trichomes, which are glands that look like small hairs or growths that protrude from the flowers and leaves. Trichomes house crucial compounds, including cannabinoids (such as THC and CBD), flavonoids, and terpenes.Terpenes and cannabinoids interact synergistically to promote relaxation and stress-relief, while others promote focus and acuity. The effect profile of a given terpene can change when combined with other terpenes and cannabinoids in a phenomenon known as the entourage effect. Research suggests that terpenes offer medicinal value as they mediate our body?s interaction with therapeutic cannabinoids.Technology has developed a method of distilling terpenes into highly concentrated forms that can be used individually or in conjunction with other terpenes. Terpene isolates are commonly used in cosmetic products, incense, food flavorings, perfumes, natural medicines and a wide variety of everyday products.Pure, isolated terpenes are highly concentrated and may pose health risks if consumed or applied to the skin with out proper dilution. Working with terpenes is shaman-like, calling on an understanding the terpene to safely unlocking their amazing potential. For instance, certain varietals are more potent than others, meaning that one dilution method cannot be applied to every type of terpene. Achieving balance can be tricky but well worth the personal learning needed.
Here is the audio edition of the hilarious and thought-provoking new travel book from the best-selling author of Extra Virgin. Aiming to track down a small oasis town deep in the Sahara, some of whose generous inhabitants came to her rescue on a black day in her adolescence, Annie Hawes leaves her home in the olive groves of Italy and sets off along the south coast of the Mediterranean. Travelling through Morocco and Algeria, she eats pigeon pie with a family of cannabis farmers, and learns about the habits of djinns; she encounters citizens whose protest against the tyrannical King Hassan takes the form of attaching colanders to their television aerials - a practice he soon outlaws - and comes across a stone-age method of making olive-oil, still going strong. She allows a ten-year-old to lead her into the fundamentalist strongholds of the suburbs of Algiers - where she makes a good friend. Plunging southwards, regardless, into the desert, she at last shares a lunch of salt-cured Saharan haggis with her old friends, in a green and pleasant palm grove perfumed by flowering henna - once, it seems, the favourite scent of the Prophet Mohammed. She discovers at journey´s end that life in a date-farming oasis, haunting though its songs may be, is not so simple and uncomplicated as she has imagined. Annie Hawes has legions of fans. Her writing has the well-built flow of fiction and the self-effacing honesty of a journal. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Saskia Wickham. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/macm/000394/bk_macm_000394_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.