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Publisher's Summary

This audiobook contains recipes with cannabis as a central ingredient and additional information on cannabis. 

This book will teach you to create great tasting food with an added element - the ingredient marijuana. Cannabis can make up one of those edible products that's popular around the world. This herb is not eaten in a regular sort of way. It is eaten recreationally. The herb has some potential effects on the human body when taken in measured quantity. 

The most common recipes that use cannabis are cookies and brownies. But this audiobook takes it beyond that. You will find not only recipes for drinks and milkshakes, but also for complete meals like steak, pasta, and more. And what do you think about Nutella high biscuits or mouth-watering cannabis dark chocolate covered blueberry clusters. Find this and many more easy-to-make recipes in this audiobook.

Also learn: 

  • Understanding what cannabis is
  • The short- and long-term effects of cannabis
  • What happens while you smoke or eat cannabis
  • Health benefits of cannabis
  • Remedies for a cannabis overdose
  • And much more
©2017 Martin Pals (P)2018 Martin Pals

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