Celebrated author Stephen King once wrote in a guest article for Entertainment Weekly on the subject of books: “Books are the perfect entertainment: No commercials, no batteries, hours of enjoyment for each dollar spent. What I wonder is why everybody doesn’t carry a book around for those inevitable dead spots in life.” Books are an amazing portal of information, and for those who enjoy reading, a journey to somewhere new, and a constant improvement of the mind. In the cannabis industry, books are all about education and information. For those who love reading and cannabis, it’s a match made in heaven. Today is Book Lovers Day, and to celebrate this holiday, you can make time to read a book yourself, or gift one to a friend so they can read something great, too. Want to spread the wealth of information on the cannabis industry? Here are a few cannabis books to check out.
Release Date: March 9
A book like this one is a great introduction to understanding how CBD differs from THC, and how it can help treat a variety of ailments.
Release Date: April 3
The cannabis industry has evolved over the years, and consumers and business people alike have created an entirely unique vocabulary of words and phrases. From the oldest references dating back to the 1960s to the brand-new trending words of today, this book is an all-encompassing dictionary of everything you need to know.
Release Date: July 10
Anyone can write a book, but it’s authors such as Uwe Blesching, PhD, who discuss the core of the cannabis conversation. His book explores how cannabis is used by many people to treat a variety of medical conditions.
Release Date: July 31
One of the world’s most well-known cannabis authors, Ed Rosenthal, has written many informative books on cannabis. His most recent work explores cannabis concentrates in detail, and provides reliable and solid advice on how concentrate consumption works.
Release Date: September 1
Written by none other than Danny Danko, aka the Senior Cultivation Editor of High Times, this book is the complete guide to for those who want to get started cultivating but aren’t sure how. It’s all basic information, but covers a wide variety of topics such as genetics, cloning, harvesting and so much more.
Release Date: November 6
Cannabis edibles have evolved from overloaded brownies to elevated, high-quality dinners and desserts. Books like this one emphasize the importance of microdosing, and offer 30 different recipes for tasty treats that include small doses of cannabis.
Release Date: December 25
Cannabis affects everyone differently, but especially for women. Not only can cannabis be a reliable aid for pains from PMS, but this book also points out how cannabis can and should be used by all women.
Release Date: March 4
So maybe you aren’t a fan of reading, but coloring when consuming cannabis goes hand in hand. Grab your colored pencils and crayons and jump into this beautifully crafted coloring book full of cannabis plants and flowers.