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Title:
Beyond buds : marijuana extracts - hash, vaping, dabbing, edibles and medicines
Author:
Rosenthal, Ed, author.
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Publication Information:
Oakland, CA : Quick American, 2014.
Physical Description:
230 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781936807239
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Marijuana is entering a new future. More states are legalising cannabis for both medicinal and recreational use, and the way people consume marijuana has changed. New products created with new extraction techniques, have broken the boundaries of traditional marijuana use. New smoking accessories have been invented just for using these products: out with the bong and in with the vaporisers and dabbers. Beyond Buds shows how it's all done. Marijuana leaf and trim used to be considered trash, but this book explains how to transform that trash' into high-quality stash.'


Author Notes

Ed Rosenthal is a researcher, writer, author, political activist, and consultant. He has written many books about marijuana cultivation and culture, including Marijuana Grower's Handbook , Marijuana Pest and Disease Control , Why Marijuana Should Be Legal , The Big Book of Buds series, and more, which have sold over two million copies combined. He lives in Oakland, CA.

Freelance journalist David Downs has covered the arts, technology, and criminal justice for publications including WIRED , Rolling Stone , The New York Times , and many more. He has received and shared numerous professional honors, including a 2010 Knight-Batten Award for Innovations in Journalism. Downs launched the "Legalization Nation" syndicated column in 2009, cofounded the prescient Marijuana Business Report in 2010, and has edited the San Francisco Chronicle blog "Smell the Truth" since 2012. He lives in San Francisco.