[dropcap class=”kp-dropcap”]T[/dropcap]he world of cannabis concentrates is vast. If you strive to have a better understanding of anything in this industry—from extraction to business operations—it will either come naturally to you, or you must work hard to educate yourself. Online articles and videos are informative when it comes to brief self-education, but nothing beats a good book written by an industry expert. If you’re looking for an educational source on concentrates, look no further than books such as these, which touch on extract processes, concentrates as medicine and so much more.
Beyond Buds: Marijuana Extracts—Hash, Vaping, Dabbing, Edibles & Medicines
By Ed Rosenthal
No list is complete without a cannabis book written by Ed Rosenthal. This revered cannabis author has written books about every question that one can ask about cannabis. Many of his books explore cannabis cultivation and cannabis flower harvesting techniques, but this particular book educates readers on the various types of cannabis concentrates and how to consume them. Defining everything from sift to hash, and comparing butane hash oil versus CO2 oil and vaping versus dabbing, are just a few examples of the complexities of cannabis concentrates that Rosenthal mentions.
Cannabis Extracts in Medicine: The Promise of Benefits in Seizure Disorders, Cancer and Other Conditions
By Jeffrey Dach, M.D., Elaine A. Moore and Justin Kander
Cannabis has become especially mainstream thanks to its ability to help treat many people’s medical conditions. Nowadays it isn’t enough to just consume cannabis concentrates but to understand the science behind them. This book teaches of the intricacies of the endocannabinoid system, and how medical cannabis extracts interact with the human body to treat conditions such as seizure disorders, cancer and chronic pain. Best of all, it has an entire chapter dedicated to successful research studies on cannabidiol (CBD), and it also addresses the legal issues and hurdles surrounding the industry as well.
CBD: A Patient’s Guide to Medicinal Cannabis–Healing Without the High
By Leonard Leinow and Juliana Birnbaum
This book is another great tool geared toward educating readers about the benefits of CBD products in “oil infusions, tinctures, capsules, topicals and extracts.” Specifically geared toward medical patients, it provides a comprehensive look at informing the reader about the biology and chemistry of the cannabis plant, the endocannabinoid system, the most popular medicine delivery methods, dosage guidelines, side effects and so many other things to consider with cannabis medicine.
Cannabis Extracts: The Marijuana Handbook
By James Henderson
If you’re looking for a beginner’s guide to all things concentrates, then this book takes the cake. It contains basic information about the many types of extracts such as kief, hash, rosin and Rick Simpson Oil. Additionally, it presents guides on how cannabis extract can be used, and how readers can safely make their own concentrates at home.
Essential DIY Cannabis Extracts and Concentrates
By Aaron Hammond
Those looking for an easy-to-digest guide about a variety of extracts will find everything they need to start right in this book. With this tool, readers can educate themselves on the most popular methods of extraction, while exploring which concentrate is right for them. It also offers how-to guides on simple and safe ways to prepare cannabis extracts at home.
DIY Cannabis Extracts: Marijuana Extraction Guide – Step by Step
By Jay Sanders
Whether you’re a novice cannabis consumer in general, or simply a flower enthusiast ready to take the next step toward concentrates, this book is for you. It’s a short one, about 40 pages, but this quick read provides enough information to help readers understand and choosing which extracts are right for them. Those who are interested in getting this book can learn the basics of making rosin and cannabis oil, so they can be self-sufficient in the future.
Cannabis Oil QuickStart Guide: The Simplified Beginner’s Guide to Cannabis Oil
By ClydeBank Alternative
One of the best ways to learn about cannabis is to obtain an all-encompassing book that tells readers everything they need to know. This one is a winner under that criteria, offering a variety of information of cannabis, its many uses, the basics of cannabis oil, the complexities of plant cultivation and cannabis as medicine.
Cannabis Extracts: The Ultimate Guide on How to Make Marijuana Extracts For Cooking in Your Home, Including Cannabis Cookbook With 10 Recipes For Tasting Cannabis Cookies
By Monica Jacobs
Cannabis extracts are potent pain relievers and muscle relaxers, but infusing food with cannabis oil is also becoming a popular way to consume. This particular book targets how to create cannabis oil at home with the specific intention of using it for culinary use. Learn the basics of extraction and how to make it taste delicious by adding it into entrees and desserts.