Essential DIY Cannabis Extracts and Concentrates:Practical guide to original methods for marijuana extracts, oils and concentrates Aaron Hammond
DIY Cannabis Extracts 101: The Essential And Easy Beginner´s Cannabis Cookbook On How To Make Medical Marijuana Extracts At Home (Cannabis Books, #2): Tommy Rosenthal
Have you always wanted to cook with cannabis but never really knew how to go about it? Do you think you will have the chance to impress your friends by cooking with weed? Do you have the passion to introduce a little variety in your palate? Well, in that case, you have come to the right place! Cannabis is one of the most misunderstood herbs in the world, and this book is meant to bust the many myths that surround it. Cannabis is an herb/weed that is extensively grown in Asian and African countries to avail its mind-altering effects. It is mostly used to prepare traditional medicines and also smoked for psychoactive impact. This book has been designed to help you understand the many health benefits that can be achieved by consuming weed on a regular basis. Here are some of the highlights of the book: Understand what cannabis is Understand how it is different from other psychoactive drugs How you can receive a host of health benefits with its use What to expect while smoking/consuming cannabis The right way to cook with cannabis Remedies for an overdose Over 60 easy cannabis recipes that you can try out By the time you are finished with this book, you will have the chance to cook with cannabis with ease. You will know how it can be utilized in your everyday cooking and its multiple health benefits. The book will provide you with some key hints that will allow you to utilize cannabis for the best effects. It will also teach you how you can grow your own cannabis so that you don´t have to rely on outside sources. So what are you waiting for? Get the book right away, and unlock the secret to cooking with cannabis! Download your copy today! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nancy Lane. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/075838de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Cannabis Extracts in Medicine:The Promise of Benefits in Seizure Disorders, Cancer and Other Conditions Jeffrey Dach, Elaine A. Moore, Justin Kander
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... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Trevor Clinger. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/088106de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book will teach you everything you need to know about growing cannabis. In this book, you will learn how to select the best seeds, how to grow cannabis indoors as well as outdoors, how to take care of your cannabis plants as well as when and how to harvest your cannabis. Very few plants can be used for both recreation and medicinal purposes such as treating insomnia, anxiety, and stress, among other things. You may probably know all the benefits that this plant can offer; however, you may not have a reliable supplier with the kind of cannabis you want. What then do you do? Your best option would be to grow cannabis. But you can only have the best marijuana with the right information on growing this plant and this is where this book comes in. You´re about to discover how to grow and harvest cannabis plants. Here is a preview of what you´ll learn: What makes cannabis great for medicinal and recreation purposes Getting started: seed selection Indoor versus outdoor cultivation Setting up for indoor cultivation Setting up for outdoor cultivation The growing process Harvesting Much, much more! Download your copy today! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Trevor Clinger. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/088297de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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The Healing Effects of CBD Rich Hemp Oil - Make Your Own CBD Oil at Home, How to Extract, Use, and Heal with Cannabis Medicine: Jonathan Seaman
This book highlights current Cannabis research: its botany, authentication, biotechnology, in vitro propagation, chemistry, cannabinoids biosynthesis, metabolomics, genomics, biomass production, quality control, and pharmacology. Cannabis sativa L. (Family: Cannabaceae) is one of the oldest sources of fiber, food and medicine. This plant has been of interest to researchers, general public and media not only due to its medicinal properties but also the controversy surrounding its illicit use. Cannabis has a long history of medicinal use in the Middle East and Asia, being first introduced as a medicine in Western Europe in the early 19 th century. Due to its numerous natural constituents, Cannabis is considered a chemically complex species. It contains a unique class of terpeno-phenolic compounds (cannabinoids or phytocannabinoids), which have been extensively studied since the discovery of the chemical structure of tetrah ydrocannabinol (? 9 -THC), commonly known as THC, the main constituent responsible for the plants psychoactive effects. An additionally important cannabinoid of current interest is Cannabidiol (CBD). There has been a significant interest in CBD and CBD oil (extract of CBD rich Cannabis) over the last few years because of its reported activity as an antiepileptic agent, particularly its potential use in the treatment of intractable epilepsy in children. Suman Chandra , Ph.D. Senior Research Scientist National Center for Natural Products Research Research School of Pharmaceutical Sciences School of Pharmacy The University of Mississippi, USA Hemant Lata , Ph.D. Senior Research Scientist National Center for Natural Products Research Research School of Pharmaceutical Sciences School of Pharmacy The University of Mississippi, USA Mahmoud A. ElSohly , Ph.D. Research Professor National Center for Natural Products Research& Research School of Pharmaceutical Sciences School of Pharmacy The University of Mississippi, USA & ElSohly Laboratories Inc. Oxford, Mississippi, USA
If you´ve ever had hash brownies, space cakes, and pot brownies, you have already enjoyed the taste and experience of cannabis. Popularly known as marijuana, cannabis is added to cakes, cookies, brownies, teas, and other foods to help you enjoy the effects of cannabinoids instead of smoking or vaporizing hashish. The main ingredient of cannabis is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is insoluble in water but soluble in oils, fats, alcohol. Marijuana or its extract is either heated or dehydrated to cause decarboxylation of tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA), the most abundant cannabinoid, into psychoactive THC. Raw cannabis contains a lot of THCA, which is not psychoactive, meaning it will not give you that high feeling that you want to experience. When you smoke or vaporize raw cannabis, it gets decarboxylated or decarbed by the heat. This makes it psychoactive. But if you want to get the psychoactive effect of marijuana by consuming it as part of food, you will need to decarb it. Once the raw cannabis is decarbed, you can add it to your cookies and brownies and any other food products that you want, and enjoy its psychoactive properties. In this audiobook, you´ll find recipes for making your own cannabis foods. Go through them, try them, and enjoy the experience! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dave Wright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/042177de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.