I picked it up expecting to thumb through it, but I started reading from page one.
Doug Fine writes in a very honest and straightforward way and I found the book to be extremely interesting and informative.
To this end, this book serves admirably, and one can hope that Mr. Fine would continue to tell this story as it unfolds.
Although I do not agree with everything in this easy read, I still give it five stars because it brought up some interesting arguments that I had not considered before. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Trent Thompson
Very informative book. It certainly is a must read that should open the eyes of all to a substance that has virtually no psychoactive qualities (think non alcoholic beer) and... Read morePublished 4 days ago by David D'A
Great book. Burned through it in an afternoon. I got a sore neck from shaking my head in disbelief so often.Published 16 days ago by Bey Deckard
Received as gift. Good basic, where do i start reference. I discovered the MB2e machine, latest model works awesome for oils, butters, tinctures... Read morePublished 18 days ago by D.
A great story in the life of a plant. Grows quick, high yield and not much waste. I enjoyed reading this book and then I wonder how on earth it is illegal. Read morePublished 2 months ago by m
it was ok but it wasn't as interesting as i thought it would be.Published 7 months ago by nedra comack
Fine's facinating, funny following of an almost legal medical marijuana plant named Lucille from her "birth" to her end use as medicine for a seriously ill human being... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paul mcCullough
An essential introduction to the largest (and perhaps most important) industry of all time. Like the author, I too grew up in the Just Say No era and was taught to not just avoid... Read morePublished 7 months ago by bradenbru