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Cannabis Indica

by S. T. Oner Greg Green

Cannabis Indica features genetics from over 60 different seed breeders - more than all other cannabis strain guides put together - and strains from a variety of countries. Featuring classic Indica strains, such as Holland's Hope, Blueberry, LA Confidential and P-91, Cannabis Indica also introduces fascinating never-before-seen varieties from previously unknown seed breeders. Filled with hundreds of beautiful full-color images, this book is ideal for every grow room, dorm room, and living room. Each plant is discussed in detail, with accurate information on genetics and lineage so that readers can become experts on Cannabis Indica strains - their aromas, flavors, THC content, medical potentials, and growth patterns. Strains were selected based on their relevance to the current market and the strength of their genetics. There are no advertisements in the book and no one paid to be included - editor S.T. Oner carefully selected all strains based on merit, not advertising dollars.

Cannabis Indica Volume 3

by The Rev S. T. Oner

Cannabis plants are classified into two main groups: Indica and Sativa. This book focuses on Cannabis Indica, a bushier and heavier plant that produces a smoke that famously induces (among other highs) a desire to sit quietly on the couch and relax. This is the latest book in the bestselling series focusing on the Cannabis Indica plant, the most popular type of marijuana in the United States due to its growth patterns and intense physical effects.No other strain guide series has looked at Cannabis Indica in such depth before, and readers across the USA are desperate for more. Featuring 100 strains of amazing Indica-dominant genetics and a dazzling array of skilled breeders, this book is a must-have for pot enthusiasts, pot growers, and pot connoisseurs, new and old alike.Cannabis Indica, Volume 3 features genetics from the world's greatest seed breeders, and showcases strains from such varied countries as Britain, Holland, Canada, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, France, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Australia and the USA. No other guide series features this many emerging seed breeders, as well as established cannabis genetics companies. Cannabis Indica is the latest book in the must-have series for connoisseurs and growers looking to expand their knowledge about the plant, and the genetics in their gardens.Featuring classic Indica strains, such as Pure Kush, Bubba Kush, Hash Plant and Romulan, Cannabis Indica, Volume 3 also introduces fascinating brand new, never-before-seen varieties from previously unknown seed breeders. The book also features multiple strain variations on Hindu Kush - America's best selling cannabis strain - adored by growers and smokers alike.Filled with hundreds of beautiful full-color images, this book is ideal for every grow room, dorm room, and living room. Each plant is discussed in detail, with accurate information on genetics and lineage so that readers can become experts on Cannabis Indica strains - their aromas, flavors, potency, THC content, medical potentials and growth patterns.Cannabis Indica, Volume 3 is a true resource for the Cannabis community, providing useful information to enthusiasts and invaluable insights to the seed-buying public. This series is a true reflection of the global marijuana seed breeding movement and it is completely up-to-date, a quality that cannabis enthusiasts place a high value on. Strains were selected based on their relevance to the current market and the strength of their genetics. There are no advertisements in the book and no one paid to be included. Chief editor, bestselling author S.T. Oner, carefully selected all strains based on merit, not advertising dollars. This grassroots philosophy has resulted in the previous volumes in the series selling thousands of copies.With an introduction by SKUNK Magazine's cultivation editor and breeding guru The Rev, the bestselling author of True Living Organics: The Ultimate Guide to Growing All-Natural Marijuana Indoors, discussing his views on the Cannabis Indica plant, as well as its growth patterns, genetic tendencies, breeding potential and smokeability, this book is every true cannabis enthusiast's dream.

The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook

by Robyn Griggs Lawrence

An Upscale Cookbook for Enthusiasts of All Skill Levels That Approaches Cannabis as an Ingredient to Explore Cannabis is one of the hottest ingredients to hit the culinary world, and cannabis-infused food is an evolving art and science. In The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook, chefs in the know from Amherst to Anaheim share their secrets for infusing everything from oil and agave to soups and cocktails with this once taboo ingredient. Covering every meal from brunch to late-night cocktails and snacks, The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook approaches cannabis as yet another fine ingredient to be studied and savored, like a great wine, a premium cigar, gourmet chocolate, or single malt scotch. With more than one hundred fully tested recipes from experienced professional chefs, The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook guides readers through the process of making fresh, tasty, and healthy home-cooked meals using cannabis as the main additive. The cookbook also provides step-by-step instructions on preparing cannabis for use in the kitchen as well as advice on personalizing dosage for different tastes. Tips for trimming, processing, storing, and preserving cannabis are included along with a "buyer's guide" that sheds light on the many varieties of cannabis flavor profiles, showcasing strains based not only on feel-good levels, but more importantly, taste-good levels Contributors to this Collection include . . . Leslie Cerier * Mike DeLao * Scott Durrah * Joey Galeano * Rowan Lehrman * Andie Leon * Catjia Redfern * Herb Seidel * Donna Shields * Grace Gutierrez * Lucienne Bercow Lazarus * Emily Sloat * Rabib Rafiq * Chris Kilham

The Cannabis Manifesto

by Willie L. Brown Steve Deangelo

Written by the founder and CEO of the world's largest medical cannabis dispensary, The Cannabis Manifesto delivers a clear, concise history of cannabis as a medicine, details the unintended consequences of prohibition, and considers its future as a regulated consumer product. Steve DeAngelo draws on his experience serving the sick as the head of the controversial Harborside Health Center and a colorful lifetime of working for social justice to present a compelling call for the legalization of this most controversial of plants. His provocative argument that there is no such thing as recreational cannabis challenges readers to rethink everything they thought they knew about marijuana--and teaches them how to use it responsibly. The Cannabis Manifesto answers essential questions about the plant, employing extensive research to fuel a thoughtful discussion around cannabis science and law while at the same time taking readers on a magical tour of a little-known world. DeAngelo explains how cannabis prohibition has warped our most precious institutions--from the family, to the workplace, to the doctor's office and the courtroom. His vivid narrative provides a lively, behind-the-scenes look at Harborside's showdown with the federal government and details the life of a hippie who missed the sixties. In calling for a realistic national policy on a substance that has been used by half of all Americans, this essential primer will forever change the way the world thinks about cannabis, its benefits, and the laws governing its use.

Cannabis & Meditation: An Explorer's Guide

by Simon Jackson

Meditation and psychonautic exploration of the mind. A must for all cannabis users.

Cannabis Pharmacy

by Andrew Weil Michael Backes

Evidence-based information on using cannabis for ailments and conditions, plus a comprehensive guide to the most popular varietiesThe most comprehensive, easy-to-use book available on understanding and using medical marijuana There are currently 4.2 million medical cannabis patients in the United States, and there are 20 states plus the District of Columbia where medical cannabis is legal. As medical cannabis becomes an accepted herbal medicine, there is a demand for clear, easy-to-follow information for the layperson based on the latest sound medical and evidence-based research. Written by Michael Backes, a respected expert in the field, Cannabis Pharmacy begins with the history of medical marijuana and an explanation of how cannabis works with the body's own endocannabinoid system. Backes goes on to explore in detail 27 of the most popular cannabis varieties, how to identify them, the differences between them, and the medical conditions for which patients have reported effectiveness. Additional chapters describe how to prepare and store cannabis, how best to administer those preparations, and how to modify and control dosage. Also included is a guide to 29 ailments and illnesses for which doctors commonly recommend medical marijuana, including chronic pain, chemotherapy-induced nausea, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, fibromyalgia, and Parkinson's disease. Meticulously researched and written in an easy and accessible style, Cannabis Pharmacy provides the clearest, most complete, and most practical information available on the use and benefits of medical marijuana.

Cannabis - Philosophy for Everyone

by Dale Jacquette Fritz Allhoff Rick Cusick

The debate on the status and legality of cannabis continues to gain momentum. Here, personal anecdotes combined with academic and scientific reports combine to sharpen some of the fascinating philosophical issues associated with cannabis use. A frank, professionally informed and playful discussion of cannabis usage in relation to philosophical inquiry Considers the meaning of a 'high', the morality of smoking marijuana for pleasure, the slippery slope to more dangerous drugs, and the human drive to alter our consciousness Not only incorporates contributions from philosophers, psychologists, sociologists or legal, pharmacological, and medical experts, but also non-academics associated with the cultivation, distribution, and sale of cannabis Brings together an international team of writers from the United States, Canada, UK, Finland, Switzerland, South Africa, and New Zealand

Cannabis Regeneration

by J. B. Haze

Written for discerning marijuana growers looking to get more bang for their buck, this is the only book that shows readers how to get multiple successful harvests from one single plant.Cannabis Regeneration is an intermediate grow guide that dispenses with the basics and instead dives into the science of marijuana growing. This one-of-a-kind book explains the author's revolutionary grow method, which aims to increase plant production and save both time and money for every home grower.Growing marijuana, whether for medical or recreational reasons, can take up a lot of your time, as well as your money, energy, and effort -- and, at the end of every grow, after harvesting the buds, you simply throw the rest of your plant away. But it doesn't have to be this way; with J. B. Haze's unique regeneration method, you can recycle your harvested cannabis plants and bring them back to life, again and again, in order to harvest more buds! If you follow the steps that are easily outlined in this book, you can harvest every single cannabis plant several times without compromising the quality of your buds.

Cannabis Sativa

by S. T. Oner Greg Green

Cannabis plants are classified into two main groups: Indica and Sativa. This book focuses on Cannabis Sativa, an especially tall and potent species of marijuana plant that true connoisseurs love not only for its smoke that induces a desire to create art and socialize with people, but also for the interesting challenges it presents to growers due to its size. No other strain guide has looked at Cannabis Sativa in such depth before, and the fan base established by the previous best-selling book, Cannabis Indica, is eagerly awaiting the release of this new title.Featuring one hundred strains of amazing Sativa-dominant genetics from one hundred of the world's best marijuana breeders, this book is a must-have for pot enthusiasts, pot growers, and pot connoisseurs, new and old alike.Cannabis Sativa features one hundred incredible strains from one hundred different seed breeders-more than all other cannabis strain guides put together-and strains from such varied countries as Britain, Holland, Canada, Russia, Spain, Chile, Switzerland, Germany, France, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and throughout the USA. No other guide features this many emerging seed breeders, as well as established cannabis genetics companies. The Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica series of books are set to become the go-to books for connoisseurs and growers looking to expand their knowledge about the plant, and the genetics in their gardens.Features classic Sativa strains, such as Grapefruit, New York City Diesel, AK-47 and Santa Maria, as well as fascinating brand new, never-before-seen varieties from previously unknown seed breeders. This book also features multiple strain variations on Haze - the strain of choice for connoisseur breeders and smokers, and a favorite amongst medicinal users throughout the USA.Filled with hundreds of beautiful full-color images, this book is ideal for every grow room, dorm room, and living room. Each plant is discussed in detail, with accurate information on genetics and lineage so that readers can become experts on Cannabis Sativa strains-their aromas, flavors, THC content, medical potentials and growth patterns.Cannabis Sativa is a true resource for the Cannabis community, providing useful information to enthusiasts and invaluable insights to the seed-buying and pot smoking public. Unlike its competitor, The Big Book of Buds, which features a mere thirty companies that pay to be included and over twenty pages of advertisements, this book is a true reflection of the global marijuana seed breeding movement. Strains were selected based on their relevance to the current market and the strength of their genetics. There are no advertisements in the book and no one paid to be included. Chief editor, bestselling author S.T. Oner, carefully selected all strains based on merit, not advertising dollars. This grassroots philosophy has resulted in the previous release in this series, Cannabis Indica, gaining much attention and praise as well as consistent sales.With an introduction by Greg Green, the bestselling author of The Cannabis Grow Bible, focusing on the history and origins of the Cannabis Sativa plant, as well as its growth patterns, genetic tendencies, breeding potential and smokeability, this book is every true cannabis enthusiast's dream.

The Cannabis Spa at Home

by Sandra Hinchliffe

The First Book to Bring Together Spa, Cannabis, and Herbal Healing The Cannabis Spa at Home contains more than seventy-five cannabis spa recipes free of preservatives and major allergens that can be prepared in the home kitchen or professional spa with wholesome herbal ingredients. Cannabis spa isn't new--cannabis has been used for thousands of years for external use in the traditional health practices of Eastern cultures. In locations where cannabis has renewed legal status today, cannabis spa potions such as lotions, salves, poultices, scrubs, and baths are being rediscovered as a healthy alternative for managing pain, soothing irritated skin, and enhancing the spa experience. In The Cannabis Spa at Home, you'll discover which spa preparations provide local healing--and which have potential for a more euphoric experience. You'll also learn how to make: Refrigerated and shelf-stable cannabis lotions, creams, balms, and masks Emulsions, cannabis base oils, cannabis herbal poultices, aromatherapy essence water, cannabis bath salts, and foot and hand soaks Edible treats such as luscious spa nosh, hemp smoothies, and cannabis bhang

Cannibal Island: Death in a Siberian Gulag

by Nicolas Werth

"Even for a reader like myself, who has leafed through thousands of pages of documents and writings on Stalinist terror, what Werth presents here comes as a numbing experience. This is a chapter from the saga of the 'second,' or 'hidden,' Gulag, that is, the forcible removal into the Soviet interior of millions of undesirables.... Werth has given us in this slender volume a profound insight into a human-made human catastrophe of major proportions." Book jacket.

Cannibal Metaphysics

by Peter Skafish Eduardo Viveiros de Castro

The iconoclastic Brazilian anthropologist and theoretician Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, well known in his discipline for helping initiate its "ontological turn," offers a vision of anthropology as "the practice of the permanent decolonization of thought." After showing that Amazonian and other Amerindian groups inhabit a radically different conceptual universe than ours--in which nature and culture, human and nonhuman, subject and object are conceived in terms that reverse our own--he presents the case for anthropology as the study of such "other" metaphysical schemes, and as the corresponding critique of the concepts imposed on them by the human sciences. Along the way, he spells out the consequences of this anthropology for thinking in general via a major reassessment of the work of Claude Lévi-Strauss, arguments for the continued relevance of Deleuze and Guattari, dialogues with the work of Philippe Descola, Bruno Latour, and Marilyn Strathern, and inventive treatments of problems of ontology, translation, and transformation. Bold, unexpected, and profound, Cannibal Metaphysics is one of the chief works marking anthropology's current return to the theoretical center stage.

The Cannibal: Novel

by John Hawkes

The Cannibal was John Hawkes's first novel, published in 1949. The Cannibal was John Hawkes's first novel, published in 1949.

The Cannibal Queen

by Stephen Coonts

The compelling real-life adventure from New York Times bestselling author Stephen Coonts--now available as an ebookBestselling author Stephen Coonts's stirring ode to aviation: a revealing account of his three months spent exploring small-town America from the skies Stephen Coonts spent the summer of 1991 cruising above rivers, farms, mountains, and swamps in the Cannibal Queen, his restored 1942 Boeing-Stearman open cockpit biplane. With his fourteen-year-old son, David, along for the ride, Coonts explored the diverse landscapes of the forty-eight contiguous states, touching down in each one to record the untold stories of America's countryside. The result is The Cannibal Queen, a striking memoir that features all the technical aviation know-how of Coonts's acclaimed thrillers, but with the spotlight focused squarely on the beauty of rural America and the spirit of those who live there. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Stephen Coonts, including rare photos from the author's personal collection.

Cannibal Tours and Glass Boxes: The Anthropology of Museums

by Michael M. Ames

Ames examines the role and responsibility of museums and anthropology in the contemporary world, challenging popular concepts and criticisms of museums and presenting an alternate view which reflects his study of critical social theory and his experience form many years of museum work.

Cannibal: The True Story behind the Maneater of Rotenburg

by Lois Jones

The true story of the man-eater of Rotenburg--and his willing victim. German native Armin Meiwes killed and ate a man who answered his ad on a cannibal website. Now, Cannibal discloses for the first time the true story of this real-life Hannibal Lecter--and his willing victim. And with details never before divulged to the public, it takes readers step-by-step through the unspeakable crime that fascinated and revolted the world.

Cannibals and Kings: The Origins of Cultures

by Marvin Harris

In this brilliant and profound study the distinguished American anthropologist Marvin Harris shows how the endless varieties of cultural behavior -- often so puzzling at first glance -- can be explained as adaptations to particular ecological conditions. His aim is to account for the evolution of cultural forms as Darwin accounted for the evolution of biological forms: to show how cultures adopt their characteristic forms in response to changing ecological modes."[A] magisterial interpretation of the rise and fall of human cultures and societies."-- Robert Lekachman, Washington Post Book World"Its persuasive arguments asserting the primacy of cultural rather than genetic or psychological factors in human life deserve the widest possible audience."-- Gloria Levitas The New Leader"[An] original and...urgent theory about the nature of man and at the reason that human cultures take so many diverse shapes."-- The New Yorker"Lively and controversial."-- I. Bernard Cohen, front page, The New York Times Book ReviewFrom the Trade Paperback edition.

Cannibals and Missionaries

by Mary Mccarthy

A suspenseful and sometimes horrifying novel of manners, whose plot and odd mix of characters combine to produce an unorthodox thriller about the hijacking of a Middle East-bound jetliner over France in early 1975.

The Canning Kitchen

by Amy Bronee

A modern take on a beloved tradition The Canning Kitchen blends the traditions of home preserving with the tastes of the modern home cook with 101 simple, small batch recipes and vivid photography. Fill jars with canning classics such as Strawberry Rhubarb Jam and Crunchy Dill Pickles, and discover new classics like Salted Caramel Pear Butter, Bing Cherry Barbecue Sauce, and Sweet Thai Chili Chutney. With fresh ideas for every season, you'll want to keep your canning pot handy year-round to make delicious jams, jellies, marmalades, pickles, relishes, chutneys, sweet and savory sauces, and jars of homemade pantry favourites. In addition to year-round recipes, The Canning Kitchen includes all the basics you'll need to get started. Boost your canning confidence with straight-forward answers to common preserving questions and find out about the canning tools you need, many of which you may already have in your kitchen. Get tips on choosing seasonal ingredients and fresh ideas on how to enjoy your beautiful preserves. Use the step-by-step checklist to safely preserve each delicious batch, leaving you with just enough jars to enjoy at home plus a little extra for sharing.

Canning & Preserving Your Own Harvest

by Carla Emery

Equipped with the knowledge of when to harvest, how to harvest, and what supplies are needed to preserve your harvest, anyone can learn what it takes to create authentic, old-fashioned recipes in this age of supermarket dependence. Carla Emery's in-depth knowledge comes from her years spent with farmers and homesteaders who truly lived off the land. Culling from and expanding on sections in the famed Encyclopedia of Country Living, co-author Lorene Forkner offers a discussion of our changing motivation as food consumers, detailed explanations of the processes behind canning and preserving, and a wealth of recipes for fruits, vegetables, meats and fish, and herbs. From drying to pickling to freezing, Emery's preserving methods are as broad in scope as the recipes themselves. Do-it-yourselfers can welcome summer's arrival with Chunky Peach Jam and Oven-Dried Tomatoes, or host a fall harvest with fresh Herb Bouquets and Smoked Chicken. Step-by-step instructions, illustrations, charts, and informational sidebars make the process easy and enjoyable.

Cannons at Dawn (Dear America)

by Kristiana Gregory

Kristiana Gregory returns with a stunning new sequel to the bestselling Dear America title THE WINTER OF RED SNOW! Abigail Jane Stewart returns in this brand-new sequel to THE WINTER OF RED SNOW. The Revolutionary War toils on, but the Stewart family can no longer avoid getting involved. Abby's father joins the Continental Army, while Abby, her mother, and her siblings become camp followers. They face daily hardships alongside the troops and continue to spend time helping the Washingtons. Filled with romance and adventure, Abby's frontline view of the war captures the heartache and bravery of the soldiers, as well as the steep cost of freedom.

Cannot Stay

by Kevin Oderman

This is a book of journeys, but it is not a guidebook.Cannot Stay doesn't merely describe traveling to Indonesia, Southeast Asia, and Europe. It delves into why we leave our front porch in the first place.These twelve essays take us from Bali to the Baltics, from Corsica to Cambodia. But more importantly, they speak to the experience of travel, to shake loose of your at-home identity and pack all you need in a worn daypack. Cannot Stay bears witness to how travel reawakens us to the world by revealing the strange in the familiar and the familiar in the strange.Check in. A subdued line of passengers, everybody waiting their turn. Someone pushes a small bag forward, eyeing with a smirk the woman with the luggage trolley. It's always so. And yet, even that woman is traveling light, leaving behind far more than she could ever pack into a few suitcases. By necessity, the traveler gives up on things, preferring for a time the experience of going.Kevin Oderman is the author of two expat novels, including Etruscan Press's White Vespa. Winner of the Bakeless Prize in nonfiction, he has taught as a Fulbright Scholar in Thessaloniki, Greece, and Lahore, Pakistan. He teaches at both West Virginia University and Wilkes University's low-residency creative writing graduate program.

Canoe Country

by Roy Macgregor

One of our favourite chroniclers of all things Canadian presents a rollicking, personal, photo-filled history of the relationship between a country and its canoes. From the earliest explorers on the Columbia River in BC or the Mattawa in Ontario to a doomed expedition of voyageurs up the Nile to rescue Khartoum; from the author's family roots deep in the Algonquin wilderness to modern families who have canoed across the country (kids and dogs included): Canoe Country is Roy MacGregor's celebration of the essential and enduring love affair Canadians have with our first and still favourite means of getting around. Famous paddlers have been so enchanted with the canoe that one swore God made Canada as the perfect country in which to paddle it. Drawing on MacGregor's own decades spent whenever possible with a paddle in his hand, this is a story of high adventure on white water and the sweetest peace in nature's quietest corners, from the author best able (and most eager) to tell it.

The Canoe Trip Mystery

by Gertrude Chandler Warner Charles Tang

The Alden children go on a classic Mississippi steamboat to visit a family friend in Missouri, there they have to uncover who is responsible for the mysterious happenings near the cabin.

Canoeing and Kayaking Florida

by Johnny Molloy Elizabeth F. Carter John Pearce Lou Glaros Doug Sphar

Completely updated, Canoeing & Kayaking Florida, 2nd is the most comprehensive guide to the best of Florida's unique streams, springs, creeks, and rivers. Engaging and concise yet filled with carefully selected details vital to any successful Florida paddling adventure, Canoeing & Kayaking Florida spares readers encyclopedic fluff in favor of practical, no-nonsense information. With expanded regional maps and revised river maps, Canoeing & Kayaking Florida is simply the best and most informative Florida paddling guide available.Florida has a lot of sand, but it also has a lot of water-and not just for drinking. It's only natural that native Floridians and transplants alike paddle and ply the waterways of this waterway-rich state. Of course, Florida's native Indians and subsequent settlers used the creeks, streams, and rivers long before the first plastic kayak or fiberglass canoe took to this watery paradise. In the early 1970s, the state of Florida established a canoe trail system, which was born out of paddlers discovering the many destinations here. For various reasons, this state-sanctioned canoe trail system lost momentum.Building on the state's efforts and adding their own discoveries, paddling enthusiasts Elizabeth F. Carter and John L. Pearce brought together the rich and varied streams, creeks, and rivers of Florida. Together, they penned the original version of portions of this book, A Canoeing & Kayaking Guide to the Streams of Florida, Volume I. Their book covered the north central part of the state as well as the panhandle. This was followed by A Canoeing & Kayaking Guide to the Streams of Florida, Volume II, written by Lou Glaros and Doug Sphar. Their book covered the southern half of the state.Paddling grew steadily in Florida due in part to these excellent guidebooks, establishment of paddling clubs, positioning of outfitters on rivers, and population growth. More people explored new waterways, not only in new kayaks made of varied plastic but also ultra-lightweight canoes easy to paddle and transport. More recently, a rise in the use of recreational kayaks has led to a rebirth of paddling's popularity.In 2004, Molloy worked on a new consolidated paddling guide to Florida and refloated previously covered rivers, checking access points, and floated new waterways to highlight newer opportunities for Florida paddlers. Several new wilderness streams were added to the book. In the new 2007 edition, Molloy and Elizabeth Carter added a few more streams, and revised the maps for easier use.For over 20 years, Menasha Ridge Press's Canoeing & Kayaking Florida has provided the essential information needed to paddle the waterways of the Sunshine State.

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