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    marijuana
  • Cannabis, esp. as smoked in cigarettes
  • cannabis: the most commonly used illicit drug; considered a soft drug, it consists of the dried leaves of the hemp plant; smoked or chewed for euphoric effect
  • 'Marijuana EP' is an EP released by Brujeria. The song "Marijuana" is the death metal parody of the pop hit "Macarena". Two vinyl versions exist - green and black. Also, early vinyl copies came with matches.
  • a strong-smelling plant from whose dried leaves a number of euphoriant and hallucinogenic drugs are prepared
    cooking
  • The practice or skill of preparing food
  • (cook) someone who cooks food
  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
  • The process of preparing food by heating it
  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way
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Marijuana Cooking: Good Medicine Made Easy
Marijuana Cooking: Good Medicine Made Easy
In Marijuana Cooking: Good Medicine Made Easy, authors Bliss Cameron and Veronica Green guide would-be chefs through the process of making their own tasty and healthy home-remedies using marijuana. Step-by-step instructions and photographs carefully document the cooking techniques described, making this the most user-friendly marijuana cookbook available.

Increasing awareness of the therapeutic properties of marijuana--to ease tension in the body, relieve pain and pressure, promote appetite, and induce overall relaxation--has generated widespread interest in its use as a medicine. Without doubt, the best and safest medicinal application of marijuana is ingestion.

What makes this book truly unique is the careful attention paid to the individual needs of those who rely on the therapeutic properties of marijuana. The authors offer five ways to prepare marijuana for use in the kitchen, advice on personalizing dosage, and tips on substituting ingredients to account for different tastes and medical conditions.

Cameron and Green understand that marijuana is good medicine for both the body and spirit. They have long been involved in providing healthy marijuana treats to individuals suffering from ailments such as arthritis, asthma, insomnia, appetite loss, and glaucoma, and others who rely on the soothing and therapeutic benefits of marijuana.

In Marijuana Cooking: Good Medicine Made Easy, authors Bliss Cameron and Veronica Green guide would-be chefs through the process of making their own tasty and healthy home-remedies using marijuana. Step-by-step instructions and photographs carefully document the cooking techniques described, making this the most user-friendly marijuana cookbook available.

Increasing awareness of the therapeutic properties of marijuana--to ease tension in the body, relieve pain and pressure, promote appetite, and induce overall relaxation--has generated widespread interest in its use as a medicine. Without doubt, the best and safest medicinal application of marijuana is ingestion.

What makes this book truly unique is the careful attention paid to the individual needs of those who rely on the therapeutic properties of marijuana. The authors offer five ways to prepare marijuana for use in the kitchen, advice on personalizing dosage, and tips on substituting ingredients to account for different tastes and medical conditions.

Cameron and Green understand that marijuana is good medicine for both the body and spirit. They have long been involved in providing healthy marijuana treats to individuals suffering from ailments such as arthritis, asthma, insomnia, appetite loss, and glaucoma, and others who rely on the soothing and therapeutic benefits of marijuana.

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Cooking, feeding, smoking
Cooking, feeding, smoking
A woman in a Kwaio hillside hamlet cooking on an open fireplace inside her hut while feeding her child and smoking a pipe. The man in the background is the tour guide Ronnie Butala, himself a Kwaio, living in a coastal Christian village but with many relatives in the traditional (Kastoms) hamlets. The houses in most hamlets are primitive with no chemney which means that smoke from open fires inside huts is a health hazard, probably as bad as the smoke from a pipe of tobacco or marijuana.
Lynn Allen: Medical Marijuana Caregiver
Lynn Allen: Medical Marijuana Caregiver
Legal medical marijuana patient and caregiver Lynn Allen in the living room of his home in Williamston where he lives with his wife and daughter. Allen was born with hemophilia, and contracted HIV in 1978 from a blood transfusion. While Allen says that the marijuana helps with joint pain, the most beneficial aspect for him is appetite stimulation to counteract the loss of appetite associated with having HIV. Sean Cook/The State News (Published 9/29/09)

cooking marijuana
cooking marijuana
Aunt Sandy's Medical Marijuana Cookbook: Comfort Food for Mind and Body
Medical edibles have come a long way since the infamous pot brownies that were consumed with crunchy, awful-tasting leaves and stems. Aunt Sandy’s Medical Marijuana Cookbook is a collection of recipes by cooking instructor, Sandy Moriarty, who is a professor at Oaksterdam University in Oakland Ca. Oaksterdam University has pioneered training for jobs in the booming marijuana industry.

The cookbook is retro in design and content, reminiscent of classic Betty Crocker-type comfort foods. Some of Sandy’s favorites include mac and cheese, spicy buffalo wings, and scalloped potatoes.

The book visually demonstrates and reveals the process for creating Sandy’s 10x Cannabutter. It includes 40 easy-to-prepare, delicious dishes from her signature dessert, Blue Sky Lemon Bars, to the Dizzy Bird Turkey with Stuffing for a festive holiday dinner. The book updates some of the classics with low-calorie, vegetarian, vegan, sugar-free and gluten-free options.

Each individual’s potency level is different. The author teaches how potency can be adjusted by the amount of plant material used in the butter, oil or tincture.

The American Medical Association has now recognized the medical value of marijuana and the federal government has provided medical marijuana to selected medical patients for many years.

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