Organic Marijuana: The Definitive Guide to All Natural Cannabis - Anthony Franciosi

Organic Marijuana: The Definitive Guide to All Natural Cannabis

By Anthony Franciosi

  • Release Date: 2016-02-26
  • Genre: Methods
Score: 3.5
From 125 Ratings


Organic Marijuana: The Definitive Guide to All Natural Cannabis is a required reading for a new generation of curious and sophisticated marijuana smokers.

Instead of the shortsighted vision of mass production, focus is instead shifting towards the quality of the product that is produced. If we’re going to stringently monitor the way our vegetables and fruits are grown, doesn’t it make sense to desire the same careful process to be used for our marijuana? If we want our salads to be organic, we should want our weed to be organic too.

Organic marijuana has better potency, taste and flavor and Mother Nature thanks you kindly for smoking it as it’s friendlier to the environment. This book educates marijuana smokers about what organic marijuana actually means, how it’s grown, and how it affects the environment.

Easy to pick up and impossible to put down, Organic Marijuana is the perfect guide for recreational and medicinal users alike.


  • Eh

    By jwishxjwiwjfbd
    seems kinda like a 44 page ad for this guys business, but i did learn a lot from reading it.
  • Good Read

    By G-LEW96
    Great for people who are new to marijuana industry.
  • Good book

    By Mimi8118
    This was a good and very fast read. It keep me interested the entire time. Go #Organic
  • Misleading title

    By A_dorris
    This essay is mostly comprised of obvious opinions of why organic growth is best; most of said opinions are already publicly noted in addition to the included list of consumption tips, which are seemingly there for filler. There is no actual information pertaining to an organic soil or hydroponic growth process; I am sure that if you are looking to read about organic marijuana growth you would most likely want to see this information. I am quite glad that the short read was free.
  • Skip this, it's a blog post

    By E-to-tha-N
    There is no guide and no valuable content. Just ramblings backed with no data. 21 pages of blog post at best.