‘The Leafly Guide to Cannabis’ Is Now Available for Purchase
“A weirdly fascinating volume … [on] a new kind of cultivated landscape that may soon stretch from sea to shining sea.” —The New York Times Book Review
Leafly is thrilled to announce that our first book, The Leafly Guide to Cannabis, is now available for purchase online and at all major bookstores. Published by Twelve Books, this project has been in the works for nearly two years—and we’ve been accumulating and finessing the information contained within it for nearly five.
It covers many of the topics you’ve learned about on Leafly, along with tons of new and updated material designed with the modern consumer in mind. Looking for a holiday gift for family members or a definitive reference for yourself? Purchase the guide using the following links, and read the book overview from the publisher below.
Where to Pre-Order and Purchase
The Leafly Guide to Cannabis is available online from Amazon, Kindle, Barnes & Noble, and iBooks.
From the publisher:
A savvy connoisseur’s guide from the editors of the world’s most popular cannabis platform.
Cannabis is at the very beginning of a craft and educational renaissance. It is emerging from the legislative shadows and a second awakening is occurring: people are proactively seeking information about how to properly consume and enjoy it. And cannabis is a wildly diverse product, even more so than alcohol. Consumers can experience not only different flavor profiles, but also different cerebral and body effects; they can consume using different methods, from vaporization to combustion to topical application; and they can pick and choose between an ever-growing number of different strains and products. THE LEAFLY GUIDE TO CANNABIS provides all the best tips to navigating this growing market in a definitive guide that will enhance every user’s enjoyment and high.
Editor’s note: On January 16, 2018 it was brought to our attention that The Leafly Guide to Cannabis contains an erroneous sentence stating, “The number of people who have died from cannabis overdose, in all of recorded history, is twenty.” This is untrue: The number of people who have died from cannabis overdose, in all of recorded history, is zero, as stated correctly in our original copy here. This misprint was caused by a typesetting error which mistook a citation number, “20,” for part of the sentence, causing the word “zero” to be replaced by “twenty” in the typesetting process. We sincerely apologize for any confusion this may have caused—the mistake will be corrected in the second printing of The Leafly Guide.