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Astounded by the lack of books dedicated to the wondrous variety of his favorite plant, Jason King set out on a four-year mission to document the world's finest cannabis. Traveling around North America, Hawaii, and Europe, he captured over 1,500 strains on film. In "The Cannabible," images of the best 200 varieties are included alongside engaging and informative descriptions of their aromas, flavors, effects, and origins.

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Astounded by the lack of books dedicated to the wondrous variety of his favorite plant, author Jason King set out on a four-year mission to document the world's finest cannabis. Traveling around North America, Hawaii, and Europe, he captured over 1,500 strains on film (benevolently sampling a good number as well). Here in THE CANNABIBLE, images of the best 200 varieties are included alongside engaging and informative descriptions of their aromas, flavors, effects, and origins. Study this holy writ and figure out whether Purple Haze, Magic Kush, and the "P" is da kine or da shwag; learn which strains will give you the munchies or the wobbles; discover how appropriately named are Doc Kevorkian, Black Widow, and Cat Piss; and find out which strains are good for productivity, creativity, or just sitting on the couch, staring into space. With over 400 mind-blowing, full-color photographs of the world's most beautiful nugs, this book will have you on the floor, bowing to the mighty bud-dha.

• A chapter contributed by one of the world's most studious pot smokers, Rob Clarke, provides an in-depth explanation of the history of marijuana breeding.

• A unique reference guide, the first of its kind.

Synopsis:

With camera equipment always at hand, renowned pot connoisseur and photographer Jason King set out on a five-year mission to research and document marijuana around the globe. In The Cannabible, King takes us on a visual and educational odyssey, showcasing over 250 carefully selected cannabis strains in all of their splendid glory.

About the Author

JASON KING is a photographer, researcher, and writer, and one of the most respected authorities in his field. His work has appeared in magazines such as Cannabis Culture and Heads and in art galleries around the world. He occasionally makes his home in Hawaii.

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ISBN:
9781580082082
Introduction:
Clarke, Robert Connell
Author:
Clarke, Robert Connell
Author:
King, Jason
Publisher:
Ten Speed Press
Location:
Berkeley
Subject:
Reference
Subject:
Plants
Subject:
Popular Culture - Counter Culture
Subject:
Marijuana
Subject:
Cannabis
Subject:
Plants - General
Subject:
General Gardening
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series Volume:
no. 245-246
Publication Date:
20011001
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
200
Dimensions:
10.15 x 9.93 x .54 in 2 lb

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"Synopsis" by , Astounded by the lack of books dedicated to the wondrous variety of his favorite plant, author Jason King set out on a four-year mission to document the world's finest cannabis. Traveling around North America, Hawaii, and Europe, he captured over 1,500 strains on film (benevolently sampling a good number as well). Here in THE CANNABIBLE, images of the best 200 varieties are included alongside engaging and informative descriptions of their aromas, flavors, effects, and origins. Study this holy writ and figure out whether Purple Haze, Magic Kush, and the "P" is da kine or da shwag; learn which strains will give you the munchies or the wobbles; discover how appropriately named are Doc Kevorkian, Black Widow, and Cat Piss; and find out which strains are good for productivity, creativity, or just sitting on the couch, staring into space. With over 400 mind-blowing, full-color photographs of the world's most beautiful nugs, this book will have you on the floor, bowing to the mighty bud-dha.

• A chapter contributed by one of the world's most studious pot smokers, Rob Clarke, provides an in-depth explanation of the history of marijuana breeding.

• A unique reference guide, the first of its kind.

"Synopsis" by , With camera equipment always at hand, renowned pot connoisseur and photographer Jason King set out on a five-year mission to research and document marijuana around the globe. In The Cannabible, King takes us on a visual and educational odyssey, showcasing over 250 carefully selected cannabis strains in all of their splendid glory.
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