During coronavirus isolation, a number of book options are great alternatives for cannabis fans

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Look for ways to distract the mind and avoid cabin fever if on lockdown from the coronavirus

Now that most states have taken actions to fight back the outbreak of COVID-19, the majority of people are staying inside of their houses following the recommendations from the authorities. Even if working from home, people not having to commute to work and leaving pending errands for when the situation improves means that people will start needing other sources of entertainment. For the cannabis enthusiasts that are more into reading, or for those who want to learn more about cannabis in general, there are several book options that will please any taste

Specifically related to cannabis, Marihuana Reconsidered by Lester Grinspoon is a good option and “The Botany of Desire: A Plant’s-Eye View of the World” by Michael Pollan is more in the scientific area. For those with a more political taste who want to know further about the plant’s legalization, “Brave New Weed: Adventures Into the Uncharted World of Cannabis by Joe Dolce and “Cannabis: The Illegalization of Weed in America” by Brian “Box” Brown are right on target.

For women to read about empowered women in the cannabis industry, there is “Feminist Weed Farmer: Growing Mindful Medicine in Your Own Backyard” by Madrone Stewart, or “Grass Roots: The Rise and Fall of and Rise of Marijuana in America” by Emily Dufton.

There are also some interesting titles that discuss cannabis culture, such as “Higher Etiquette: A Guide to the World of Cannabis, from Dispensaries to Dinner Parties” by Lizzie Post, or “Weed: The User’s Guide: A 21st Century Handbook for Enjoying Marijuana” by David Schmader. Finally, a title to try some mind control while staying at home, the recommendation is “How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence” by Michael Pollan.