“Weed: A Connoisseur’s Guide to Cannabis”
By Ellen Holland
Let’s take a moment to appreciate just how many different strains of cannabis there are, ways to ingest them, unique combinations of edibles, and so much more when it comes to exploring the wonderful world of marijuana products.
Where does one even begin? Author Ellen Holland addresses this very question in her book,” Weed: A Connoisseur’s Guide to Cannabis”, by diving into a wide array of topics that can help the recreational user and medical user alike when it comes to seeking guidance regarding cannabis usage.
Within this book, there is so much information on cannabis related topics ranging from cannabis edibles and dining, sustainable marijuana practices, various cannabis flavors, marijuana-oriented events, and so much more.
Much of the information presented in this book is sourced from industry professionals, modern scientific data, and a bit of personal experience.
You can learn a ton about the types of cannabis products available on today’s market, how to use them, and which ones might be ideal for you. This can really help people to avoid wasting time and money as they become more educated consumers and cannabis buyers.
-About the Author-
The author of “Weed: A Connoisseur’s Guide to Cannabis” is Ellen Holland, a passionate writer/author who has experience as a senior editor for Cannabis Now Magazine.
She was also interviewed on the non-commercial radio station, KPFA, and has also served as a contributing writer for platforms such as AlterNet, San Francisco Chronicle, and more.
Holland was also a featured panelist for events such as the New West Business Summit and SXSW.
She is clearly a passionate advocate of intelligent and responsible cannabis usage.
It’s hard not to appreciate the fluid combination of solid information, aesthetically pleasing photos, and the tight writing style of “Weed: A Connoisseur’s Guide to Cannabis” as you move through this book.
It can be quite a challenge at times to find reliable information regarding cannabis edibles so that facet of this book alone is very valuable.
As this book is due for its release in October 2021, this review only covered excerpts from the book. This book is expected to drop at 256 pages and will be published by Quarto via their Epic Ink imprint. You can expect initial editions of “Weed: A Connoisseur’s Guide to Cannabis” to be hardcover editions.
There’s no shortage of misinformation and questionable sources when it comes to learning about this budding cannabis industry so coming across books that can serve as reliable resources is a genuine boon to those of us who appreciate what marijuana can do for us.
The images truly bring the topic to life and you absolutely get the sense that this author knows her stuff and is downright passionate about the subject matter at hand.
You can pre-order your own copy of “Weed: A Connoisseur’s Guide to Cannabis” here: