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11 Cannabis Books You Ought To Read

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Even though cannabis is currently one of the hottest topics in medical, legal, political, and business circles, the plant is still shrouded in mystery. Despite being a multi-billion-dollar industry, many are still hesitant to take the drug because of years of the negative stigma attached to it. For many decades, marijuana, as well as industrial hemp, has reaped negative publicity. The media has narrowed its focus on the ill effects of this plant that they have stricken out (whether intentionally or unintentionally) the benefits this plant can bring, especially to our health.

Marijuana Under Fire

Before the signing of the Marihuana Act of 1937, Cannabis products were still being sold in drug stores and pharmacies as long as they are appropriately regulated. Industrial hemp was still legally grown and processed in the country. But anti-cannabis advocates and lawmakers lobbied against the lawful sale of cannabis products. Since then, the Cannabis’ image has been severely tainted. The literature about the benefits of the plant to health, business, and the economy dwindled to the point that ordinary people believe marijuana is a dreaded plant that Americans would gain nothing from.

But thanks to a few pro-Cannabis advocates who remained zealous in their drive to educate people about the medical wonders of this plant, interest in the plant rekindled. Researchers took notice of the activists’ claims of the healing properties of marijuana. As a result, tons of studies have proven the benefits of this plant to various medical conditions from acne and other skin diseases to heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and other life-threatening ailments. The discovery of CBD, the substance from this plant that does give harmful psychological effect to users. Even WHO researchers were fully convinced that this cannabinoid is safe even in high doses.

Because of these medical findings and breakthroughs, 33 U.S. states approved the use of cannabis as medicine. Ten of those even allowed adults to smoke weed for recreation. Many politicians are calling for decriminalizing the medical weed at the federal level.

Enlightening Cannabis Books

This dramatic change in the people’s perception of the medical marvels of weed is a result of education brought about by reading publications that prove the many benefits of cannabis. Some of the books, especially the ones published during the height of marijuana ban, received negative reviews and harsh criticisms. For people like you who want to know more about the miracle plant known as cannabis, here is a list of books that you should add to your library:

  • “The LaGuardia Report”

This literature, released in 1944, is a landmark paper documenting the studies and experiments conducted by researchers on the effects of marijuana use. The findings of this report, which was later published as a book, was so convincing that the New York Academy of Medicine endorsed the plant to a panel of respected doctors, psychologists, chemists, pharmacologists, and sociologists.

A passage in the book said that extended use of cannabis”does not lead to physical, mental, or moral degeneration.” On the contrary, this paper is one of the first who acknowledged the “valuable therapeutic applications” of marijuana and its derivatives which warrant future studies and investigation.

  • “Marihuana Reconsidered”

Originally written by Dr. Lester Grinspoon to convince his best friend, the famous astronomer Carl Sagan, to stop getting high with marijuana, Grinspoon, then a young associate at the Harvard Medical School, later changed his views after poring on research papers about cannabi. Instead of becoming a harsh critic of the plant, he turned into an advocate. The reasons why he changed his professional opinion about the plant is documented in this classic in cannabis literature.

The book, written in 1971, contains an erudite examination of the psychological, physiological, and emotional effects of cannabis. Since its publication, it became an instant sensation that sparked debates leading to the plant’s legalization in the modern era.

  • “The Emperor Wears No Clothes”

No marijuana book library will be complete without this classic book written by the late Jack Herer, a cannabis philosopher, advocate, and guru. Initially published in 1985, this critically acclaimed non-fiction book tackles the many specific uses of both cannabis and hemp, how these plants can improve the lives of Americans and foreigners, and why Herer and other marijuana activists face the persecution for their works.

Reading Cannabis Books

In this book, Herer exposes the secret history of cannabis together with the lies surrounding it. He also documents the conspiracy by the oil industry’s scheme to outlaw this highly renewable source of energy, paper, textiles, food, and medicine. This literature gives readers well-rounded and well-researched information and opinion about weed as a miracle plant that can lead growers and users to better lives. Herer updated this book in 2010 with statements by Woody Harrelson, Willie Nelson, and other supporters.

  • “Shattered Lives”

In this book, Mikki Norris, Chris Conrad, and Virginia Resner documented the grim and life-shattering effects of America’s war against drugs, particularly on the cultivation and sale of weed, through an artistic presentation of photography and text. Published in 1998, “Shattered Lives” was one of the first in marijuana literature to put a human face to the terrible destruction brought about by the government’s fight versus drugs. The book contains the stories of individuals and families from every walk of life all over the country about the potential of drug prohibition to shatter families.

  • “Smoke Signals”

This thought-provoking book — written by Martin A. Lee — is authoritative and comprehensively researched “social history of marijuana” that reveals the fact that despite the legalization of the plant, many federal, state, and down to the local law enforcement officers responded antagonistically. This book, published in 2012, is one of the first to expose the underreported breakthroughs discovered by science about the plant that is currently reshaping the medical landscape. A renowned investigative journalist, Lee presents what medical researchers have found about the therapeutic potential of weed in a promising treatment for chronic pain, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, and many other ailments beyond the reach of conventional cures.

  • “It’s Just a Plant”

In an attempt to remove the negative connotation of cannabis in the minds of kids, children’s book author and illustrator Ricardo Cortes came up with “It’s Just a Plant.” Here, Cortes uses his exceptional artistic and storytelling talent to educate kids about how weed benefits the health of their parents. This literature, published in 2005, is one of the first books to explain to children why their parents are smoking weed as part of their medication. Through this illustrated book, Cortes attempts to instruct children about cannabis by capturing their curiosity but without stimulating a desire to try them.

  • “Marijuana: Gateway to Health”

This book was published in 2011 at a time when many Americans already have a vague view about the healing properties of cannabis, especially for patients undergoing chemotherapy. Through “Marijuana: Gateway to Health,” Clint Werner further exposed to the public the many benefits of the plant to the health and wellbeing of patients suffering various conditions apart from cancer. Werner provided his readers with a solid understanding of marijuana by chronicling its history and compiling the latest scientific papers regarding the plant’s efficacy.

  • “The Cannabis Manifesto: A New Paradigm for Wellness”

Many books about marijuana only explain the what and the way of the medical benefits of marijuana. Only a few like “The Cannabis Manifesto” tackles how to incorporate cannabis in our daily wellness regimen. This book, written by Steve DeAngelo, a pioneer in the medical weed business, answers common questions about the plant while challenging the reader’s views toward it. As the founder of Harborside Health Center, one of the largest medical cannabis dispensaries in the world, DeAngelo gives you a comprehensive overview about cannabis law as well as the science behind the plant’s physical, psychological, and spiritual effects.

  • “Cannabis Pharmacy: The Practical Guide to Medical Marijuana”

Eager to get practical and reliable information on medical marijuana? This book is probably one that can give you that information. “Cannabis Pharmacy” author Michael Backes gives you a clear idea about the history of this plant and how it does wonders in our body. By reading this, you will get to know the endocannabinoid system (ECS) without the technical jargons and how cannabis interacts with it. The book (published in 2014) also contains the best ways to store medicinal marijuana as well as its derivatives like CBD products.

  • “The Medical Marijuana Dispensary”

Now that you know the history, controversies, and medical benefits of marijuana, it’s time to take medical weed. Aside from giving you accurate information backed by scientific evidence, authors Laurie Wolf and Mary Wolf will also teach you how to use CBD oils and other products from marijuana and hemp in preparing food. You can read various recipes for creating home-made cannabis infusions such as therapeutic tinctures, sweets, and other edibles to make mouth-watering meals packed with health benefits.

  • “The Cannabis Health Index”

In treating diseases using medical weed, you need a resource book written by an experienced professional. The Cannabis Health Index is one such book. Written by Uwe Blesching, “The Cannabis Health Index” is a comprehensive guide for weed enthusiasts and patients.

Our knowledge about medical marijuana and other related products like CBD oil has already gone a long way. But still, we need to learn more about the history, health benefits as well as the use of this plant to our daily lives. With these books can enrich your knowledge on this highly beneficial plant and how to use it to treat your health conditions.

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Rey Rey Rodriguez: Entrepreneur, Visual Artist and Cannabis Advocate

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An interview with The Mind of Rey Rey® founder, Rey Rey Rodriguez.

When did you first try cannabis?

I was 13 years old the first time I tried cannabis.  I smoked socially throughout high school, stopped around the age of 19, and then picked it back up in my late 20’s.

What inspired you to smoke?

I always had an admiration for the plant.  Everyone I idolized as a kid, and the people I admire today are all considered potheads. I grew up watching Cheech & Chong’s films, and all my favorite musicians from the 60s till today, as well as my favorite athletes, public figures, and celebrities (Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Mike Tyson, Dave Chappelle, Michael Phelps, Cypress Hill, Snoop, Dre, Biggie, Pac, Nick & Nate Diaz, Elon Musk, Joe Rogan, Eddie Bravo and more) were / are all advocates of the herb.

Two of my favorite podcasts are B Real’s “Smokebox” and Mike Tyson’s “Hotboxin’,” where the hosts interview their guests while smoking.  One of my favorite events to watch is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competition called, “High Rollerz,” where the competitors smoke before they compete at the highest level.

No one can say that cannabis is a lazy or unintelligent person’s drug anymore.

What about cannabis do you like or enjoy?

I smoke / vape both Sativa and Indica, which affect me in two completely different ways.

Sativa clears my mind, allowing me to be present and to focus on whatever the current task at hand is.  Whether I’m working, reading, studying, practicing, or doing something else that requires concentration, it allows me to be more present and to dissect, observe, and problem solve better. 

Rey Rey Rodriguez working after smoking Sativa


The intensity in which I interpret information heightens, and I find myself, breaking down art, music, movies, body movement, meditation and even memories on a deeper level. My imagination and ideas are more vivid. For me, sativa is good for any physical or mental activity.

I use indica for rest, relaxation, to calm the body and mind when it’s time to wind down, and to fall asleep.  This one helps clear my mind from any worry and stress.  It zones me out, I become one with my mattress and pillow, making my body feel weightless, and filling me with a cooling effect from the darkness as I lay there with my eyes closed.  Indica is perfect when you’re ready to knock out.

Rey Rey Rodriguez napping after smoking indica


What would you say to those that still think cannabis is a dangerous drug?

I don’t think it’s for everyone but, the days of “Reefer Madness” and everyone assuming that pot will make us dumb, slow, brain dead, or will lead us to crack and heroin are behind us.  Cannabis is legal throughout the US in most states either for recreational or medicinal purposes.  Cancer, mental health, athletic recovery, brain trauma, and many other conditions are being treated with cannabis.  I’ve been diagnosed with PTSD, OCD, and ADHD.  I’m not sure if that doctor diagnosed me correctly, but I do know that his recommendation for all of those conditions was marijuana. 

Is there anything you’d recommend to those wanting to learn more about cannabis?

Anyone can do a Google search for most questions.  I like to refer those interested in current information on all things cannabis to visit High Times Magazine’s website.  And anyone that would like to learn a bit of the plant’s history and about the negative propaganda that led to it becoming illegal, should read Jack Herer’s book, “The Emperor Wears No Clothes.”  

Follow Rey Rey Rodriguez on social media:

Facebook.com/themindofreyrey

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Instagram.com/themindofreyrey       

LinkedIn.com/in/themindofreyrey

And visit his official website:

Themindofreyrey.com

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Here’s How to Use CBD Safely Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

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Here’s How to Use CBD Safely Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019, shortly called COVID-19, has caused an unprecedented and dramatic impact on communities all over the world – including CBD enthusiasts. As governments from different states and countries impose home quarantine and social distancing policies, it is only natural that users of this popular compound are facing drastic changes in their ways of consumption in order to keep up with the protocols.

If you’re one among these users, knowing what the dos and don’ts are when using CBD products like portable vaporizers amid a pandemic is necessary to ensure a safe and fun CBD experience. To help you achieve that, we have prepared a list of the things you need to keep in mind while threats of the deadly disease is still a worldwide problem.

Read on.

Things to Do – How to Use CBD Safely

Buy Only from Reputable Dispensaries

As the health crisis worsens, supplies for resources are also expected to shrink, including CBD. Since there is an ongoing protocol for everyone to stay at home and practice social distancing, some suppliers of cannabidiol are expected to stop their operations. As a result, consumers are to be left with limited store choices, which fraudsters can take advantage for their personal gains.

In times like this, when transactions are primarily done online, it’s best to ensure that the one you’re seeking supply of CBD for is a legit and reliable dispensary.

To prevent the risk of falling victim to criminals, it’s best to limit your options to reputable stores only. Before heading straight into the checkout and providing your credit card information, make a habit of conducting a background check on the site you’re visiting first. Once you’ve verified that the details provided are true and that the store actually operates as a legal supplier, it is then that you can only start picking the products you want to get from the site.

Consider How Much THC the Product Contains

While it’s a popular belief that CBD works best with a little THC, it’s always a safe bet to get a product that only contains as low as the 0.3 percent cutoff required for CBD products. That is exactly what LA Fresh CBD touts in its products.

Primarily, this is because THC works as a psychoactive component, which means taking a dose of it can drive you straight into the cloud nine, or what people call the marijuana “high.” Since the COVID-19 pandemic has left the economy almost immobile, finding yourself in an unpleasant and dangerous level of head high will leave you helpless, as people are expected to stay on their homes, establishments are normally closed, and medical professionals are busy responding to the needs of the swelling number of infected patients.

Don’t Share

Sure, while cannabis enthusiasts live by a communal way of life, now’s not the time to remain faithful to that culture. Essentially, since the novel coronavirus has been proven to be transmittable via respiratory droplets and contact routes, sharing your vaping device with your favorite pals is a big no-no.

Aside from this, although it’s a known fact that CBD oils, gummies, and other related products are more satisfying when shared in groups, practicing social distancing of at least 1 meter or 3 feet is still more important to secure your safety amid the outbreak.

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The Bottom Line

In this time of medical and economic upheaval, aligning your every action to what’s proper and necessary should be everyone’s top priority. Sure, while you’re still free to enjoy your favorite CBD products, practicing these necessary measures come as a compulsory action from anyone in the community.

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CBD Oil a Growing Trend in the Japanese Market

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CBD Oil Japan

CBD Oil has definitely been gaining ground in various parts of the world, especially in the more progressive socio-political climate of the United States. More than half of the states in the US have legalized cannabis and its cannabinoids for medicinal purposes, while 10 of them has allowed recreational consumption.

Because of the medicinal properties of CBD, a particular chemical compound found in cannabis, more and more people in the United States are taking on a more positive attitude toward cannabidiol. This cannabinoid is also legal in many parts of Europe.

While the relatively positive perception of CBD in more progressive regions comes as no surprise, learning that this compound is becoming a trend in the more conservative country of Japan is fairly unexpected. Read on to know more about CBD oil in the Japanese market.

How Popular is Cannabidiol in Japan?

Cannabidiol is fast gaining popularity in Japan. In fact, it is becoming more popular by 100% year over year. CBD Oil and Cannabidiol products are so popular that they are now available in various health food stores in the country. They come in various kinds, especially in cosmetic products and oils.

Reasons Why Cannabidiol is Popular in the Japanese Market

You may be wondering why this cannabinoid has become so popular in this largely conservative country. Here are some of the factors that contribute to its popularity.

It is Legal in Japan

Perhaps one of the most important reasons why cannabidiol has become so well-liked in Japan is the fact that it is legal. Residents can purchase this product online and offline. However, there are legal guidelines to follow when buying online, especially from abroad. The only legal CBD products are those containing less than 0.03% THC. Any amount over this percentage will be punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a 3 million yen fine.

Because of this, you want to purchase products from a Japanese manufacturer, as they legally produce such items. Buying offline in Japanese stores is the safer bet, especially as those sold within the country are more likely to follow regulations.

If you are curious whether you can cultivate a cannabis plant, even hemp, for CBD, keep in mind that these plants are bound to contain THC levels, which you cannot control as you grow the plant. So, it is safe to say that it is not legal to grow a plant even for cannabidiol.

Its Benefits

Another important factor that contributed to the popularity of this cannabinoid is that it is known to have skincare and health benefits. In terms of skincare, CBD is known to regulate the skin, which means that you can use it to control sebum production if over-oiliness is your problem, and it can also increase it if dry skin is the issue. Infused products include toners, serums and creams.

In terms of health and wellness, this compound has been proven to be effective in pain relief, anti-inflammation, energy-boosting, mood-enhancing and anti-stress. It also has calming and relaxing effects, perfect for those struggling with mental health issues.

Ms. World Japan’s CBD Oil Brand

Ms. World Japan 2016 Priyanka Yoshikawa also contributed to boosting the demand for this compound. She launched her own brand of infused products, focusing primarily on skincare and oils. With the support of such a prominent figure, this chemical is bound to gain popularity in the country.

Japan is taking the next step toward health and wellness with its lenient policies on CBD products. With this country acknowledging the benefits of such products, this cannabinoid is definitely getting the recognition it deserves.

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