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How to Smoke Pot (Properly) [Book Review]

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How To Smoke Pot (Properly), written by David Bienenstock, is like taking Jedi training for stoners. This book goes into detail on many topics surrounding marijuana and using it properly. There is a lot more to the world of weed than just putting it in a pipe and smoking it. Learning about the controversy, culture, techniques, forms, strains and mind exploring properties of cannabis can all add up to a fantastic experience. The more you know about the different nuances of marijuana, then the more you can enjoy tokin’ it up.

How to Smoke Pot (Properly)

Smoking pot, properly, starts out with knowing about the makeup and history of the plant itself. How To Smoke Pot (Properly) begins with a brief history of marijuana, descriptions of the plant cannabis sativa, and how different strains contain different chemical elements which deliver smell, taste and user effects of the strain (does it make you feel euphoric, hungry, happy, sleepy, etc). It also dives into the art of marijuana etiquette.

Bienenstock then dives into the details surrounding consuming marijuana (properly) by rolling it, eating it, smoking it and cooking it. Cultural norms have developed over the centuries of marijuana consumption and will lead to a more enjoyable experience and are described in detail in this book. Speaking of cultural norms, a new cultural norm has come into play: since states have legalized recreational marijuana, the new “green economy” is being formed and shaped, which this book also looks into. It’s all about the Green Revolution!

Learn how to smoke pot like the greats here.

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