Friday Book Club: It’s Just A Plant

Friday Book Club: It’s Just A Plant

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[Canniseur: An engaging and terrific book to help educate your children about the plant that’s become stigmatized over the last 100 years. If you’re a consumer and have children, this is a terrific book to help destigmatize cannabis.]

It’s Just a Plant: A Children’s Story about Marijuanaby Ricardo Cortes

For many parents, this topic is a looming monster that needs to be slain but is too often hidden from.

Talking to kids about Cannabis use is scary but having books like “It’s Just a Plant” can make that conversation far less anxiety-inducing as it helps the parents to be more prepared for that heavy discussion.

 

If you’re a parent or might be one then you can prepare yourself by diving into this book a bit. Dig in and arm yourself against the misinformation on cannabis with this book.

-Topic Focus-

As we see a growing level of acceptance for cannabis in modern society we must still combat the remaining dredges of social stigma as we face having those particular conversations with our children regarding the truth about marijuana use.

“It’s Just a Plant” contributes to diffusing this stigma by telling a simple story that is relatable for kids while also conveying information to children in a digestible fashion.

The story consists of the tale of a young girl named Jackie that meets farmers and doctors who proceed to give her a unique perspective on marijuana and how they use it to positively impact the lives of others.

About the Author

Are you familiar with the best seller “Go the F*ck to Sleep”? Author of “It’s Just a Plant” Ricardo Cortes is the illustrator behind that wonderful book as well as being the writer behind the book we are discussing here today.

Author Ricardo Cortes has also written books and is passionate about topics such as marijuana use, jury duty, coffee, coca-cola, and more.

If you’re interested in exploring the various projects by Ricardo Cortes you can explore his content at:

www.Rmcortes.com

-Reading Experience-

You can quickly tell that this book was written with children in mind by someone who genuinely cares about helping to further destroy the stigma against marijuana through education as opposed to indoctrination.

An adult reader has much to glean from the book in regards to how one can address this conversation with their kids in a comfortable fashion.

The writing level is clearly intended for kids which works just fine for it’s intended purpose. The balance between enjoyable telling a story and solid information on the topic is well done.

-Summary-

Again, this book is more than just a nice story. This book is a tool for parents to use as a comfortable path to begin educating their kids regarding cannabis use. This book would be ideal for teachers and educators who might have to face this conversation as well.

Jackie’s story does a great job of humanizing people involved in the world of Cannabis as more than just stereotypical caricatures, which is much needed in the marijuana community.

Prepare yourself for this conversation by getting your copy of “It’s  Just a Plant: A Children’s Story about Marijuana” at the link below:

https://www.amazon.com/Its-Just-Plant-Childrens-Marijuana/dp/1617758000/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=It%27s+just+a+plant&qid=1593028102&sr=8-1

 

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Friday Book Club: Ganja Yoga

Friday Book Club: Ganja Yoga

Original Article: Green Market Report: Friday Book Club: Ganja Yoga

[Canniseur: If you practice yoga, you might want to read this as a way to further explore the history of yoga its connection to our favorite plant.  If you don’t currently practice yoga, you might want to consider yoga as part of your exercise routine. ]

Ganja Yoga: A Practical Guide to Conscious Relaxation, Soothing Pain Relief, and Enlightened Self-Discovery” by Dee Dussault and Georgia Bardi 

 Another amazing combination at hand today – Yoga and Cannabis.

“Ganja Yoga: A Practical Guide to Conscious Relaxation, Soothing Pain Relief, and Enlightened Self-Discovery: by authors Dee Dussault and Georgia Bardi combine these two amazing topics into one very useful book.
Let’s downward-dog our way into this one, shall we?

-Topic Focus-

The relationship between cannabis use and performing Yoga is not new and these two wonderful authors do a fantastic job of breaking down the history of how these two are connected, the mental and physical benefits, the science related to them, the best strains to combine while engaging in Yoga, and so much more.

Ancient Yogis utilized marijuana for the spiritual benefit and this aspect of the topic is covered in-depth in this book as well.

The world is rapidly becoming more and more accepting of cannabis use and we are beginning to see it appear in a wider variety of activities so it is fun and fascinating to learn how we can combine a healthy activity with our favorite flower.

About the Author

Let’s take a look at where exactly the expertise offered in “Ganja Yoga” comes from with the authors.

Author Dee Dussault is a certified Yoga instructor, sexuality coach, and possesses a passion for healing, cannabis, mindfulness, and sharing the benefits from these topics with as many people as possible. She runs “Ganja Yoga” which is also a website and service that guides people on how to better live using cannabis and Yoga.

If you are interested in learning more about author Dee Dussault, her team, or their Ganja Yoga teachings then you can find them here:

https://www.ganjayoga.com/about

-Reading Experience-

“Ganja Yoga: A Practical Guide to Conscious Relaxation, Soothing Pain Relief, and Enlightened Self-Discovery” strikes that fine balance of being incredibly informative, maintaining an interesting flow, while also conveying the authors own style and personality.

Methods of cannabis consumption, purchasing marijuana tips, the history of cannabis and Yoga, and so much more are fluidly blended in this book that flies by despite being nearly 300 pages.

The amount of connection between Yoga and cannabis use is surprising and this book helps to further ignite the reader’s own interest in Yoga and to be more mindful of how we can combine medicating with cannabis or using it recreationally while becoming healthier with Yoga.

-Summary-

Yoga and Cannabis use are a match made in heaven and “Ganja Yoga” helps us laypeople who lack the expertise to better understand how to maximize the benefits of combining these two wonderful things.

It is interesting to explore the history of how ancient Yogis utilized Cannabis nad it adds serious value to your life by helping you to put together an action plan to increase your quality of life by more intelligently leveraging Cannabis and Yoga in your life.

If you’re looking to get started down the path of better health and tranquility through Ganja Yoga then you can begin by getting your copy here:

https://www.amazon.com/Ganja-Yoga-Relaxation-Enlightened-Self-Discovery/dp/0062656848/ref=sr_1_6?dchild=1&keywords=stoner+meditation&qid=1593025426&s=books&sr=1-6

 

 

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