A sophisticated and humorous cannabis book to enhance your life and promote self-care through the science and magic of weed.
With a toolkit of the basics to get you started and a curated set of 75 activities, The Joy of Cannabis is a road map to a higher and happier you. In each of the six sections, you'll find science-based research as well as charts, essays, and fun facts from bold thinkers. The activities—tested and approved by authors Melanie Abrams and Larry Smith—teach you how to amplify pleasure through bonding and intimacy, deepen meditation to help with social anxiety and sleep, and elevate your cooking with innovative cannabis-infused recipes. You'll even learn why the word "marijuana" rarely appears in the book.
Through the power of cannabis, discover fun new ways to:
The Joy of Cannabis is a comprehensive guide for the cannabis curious to the cannabis connoisseur. For some, this beautifully illustrated coffee table book will further awaken their love for an elixir that's changing our culture and bringing pleasure to millions around the world. For others, this guide will inspire discovery of an ancient plant that's been used for both healing and happiness for thousands of years.
From improving sleep and decreasing anxiety to promoting focus and making the ordinary extraordinary, recreational cannabis' time is now. Whether you purchase it as a self-care book for yourself or give it as a gift for a friend, get ready to experience the Golden Age of Cannabis. You're going to love it here.
Praise for The Joy of Cannabis:
"Approachable, readable, beautifully designed, The Joy of Cannabis is a perfect marriage of form and content. I couldn't love this book more." —Mollie Katzen, bestselling cookbook writer and inductee into the James Beard Cookbook Hall of Fame
"A book to enrich and maximize cannabis experiences." —The Broccoli Report
Melanie Abrams is the author of the novels Playing and Meadowlark. She is a developmental editor and photographer and teaches writing at the University of California, Berkeley.
Larry Smith is a journalist and storytelling evangelist touted by O: The Oprah Magazine as “on a quest to spark the creativity in everyone.” He is the founder of The Six-Word Memoir Project and book series, editor of the book, The Moment: Wild, Poignant, Life-Changing Stories from 125 Writers and Artists Famous and Obscure, and speaks on storytelling in schools and at companies and conferences.