There are plenty of cannabis cookbooks in today’s pro-cannabis market.

Cannabis-infused foods -- aka edibles -- may not be legal to sell in Canada just yet, but they’re still a popular way to consume the plant.

Made properly, edibles can provide a delicious and convenient-to-consume entry into both the psychoactive effects of THC or the relaxing effects of CBD.

They don’t require rolling papers or pipes or vaporizers, just basic kitchen gear and some ingredients, including cannabis. That and, of course, a good cannabis cookbook.

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Coleman Molnar ~ TheGrowthOp.com

 

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