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University term time is coming up and for many students that means the opportunity to try new things. For many students this will likely mean smoking marijuana for the first time. It’s important that students understand what they are doing and Weed: The User’s Guide by David Schmader is the 21st century guide to enjoying marijuana.

The vast majority of marijuana users are high-functioning, life-loving, adults—from lawyers to authors, even parents— Weed is a tour guide to the current state of recreational marijuana, from types of ingestion to the available varieties (and their differing potencies).

This definitive, hands-on, guide will educate and entertain the novice and experienced user alike. Complete with history, ways to enjoy, recipes, safety and legality tips, and medical-use information, this witty guide is perfect for the new world of decriminalised recreational marijuana.

David Schmader outlines weed’s 12,000 year history, from the questions: “Was Jesus a stoner?” and “Did cannabis create civilization?” to the criminalisation of marijuana in the twentieth-century (despite the objections of the American Medical Association) and the recent world-wide campaigns for legalization.

Complete with ways to enjoy weed, recipes, safety and legality tips, this witty guide is preparation for the new world of decriminalised recreational marijuana. It is a guide to the types of marijuana available, their differing potencies, how to maximize your experience, as well as safety and health tips (but “what you won’t find in this book is reckless encouragement to smoke marijuana”) and an outline to how medicinal marijuana can help differing health conditions. Weed is an easily understood education in the world of marijuana but, mostly, a fun guide to getting high safely.

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