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The Official High Times Complete Pot Smokers Handbook: Featuring 420 Things to Do When You're Stonedby David Bienenstock
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Since 1974, High Times magazine has covered marijuana in all its aspects and wonders, from cultivation to legalization to the herb's enduring (and exalted) place in popular culture. Packed with inside information, The Official High Times Pot Smoker's Handbook rolls up all of this collected wisdom into one indispensable ganja guide. With a life-changing list of 420 things to do when you're stoned, this is truly, finally, the ultimate guide to green living.
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High Times is the official periodical of Cannabis Nation, publishing since 1974, and the editors present a broad reference to practical and hilarious dimensions of the plant, the drug, the law, and the plant and the drug and the law. Chapters include the history, skills of buying and smoking, pot culture with a strong emphasis on music, ganja around the world, legal details and suggestions, and growing and processing. There is no index. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Since 1974 High Times has been the world's most trusted name when it comes to getting stoned. This all-new definitive handbook to pot culture rolls together this inside perspective and collected wisdom into an illustrated keeper ganja guide for readers ready to light up and those just along for the contact high. Entertaining and informed features include looks at marijuana's "highstory" legality and its place in popular culture; profiles of herb-friendly globetrotting destinations and festivals; favorite "pot luck" recipes from the High Times staff; celebrity observations on the sweet leaf. With a life-changing list of 420 things to do when you're stoned this is a truly finally the ultimate guide to green living.
About the Author
David Bienenstock, the executive editor of High Times magazine, has traveled the world to write about cannabis sativa. He lives in New York City.
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