This Is Your Mind on Plants Free Audiobook Download by Michael Pollan
In this audiobook, you will hear Michael Pollan describe and explain a number of common plant-based substances that impact health in different ways. From coffee and cigarettes to sugar, psilocybin mushrooms, and soy, he breaks down the science behind these substances and how they can have a positive impact on your life and the lives of those around you.
This Is Your Mind on Plants is a non-fiction audiobook written by Michael Pollan. It is the result of Pollan's attempt to explore the world of mindfulness from an interviewer's standpoint. The book is roughly divided into four parts: 1) Plants and Culture, 2) What Makes a Plant, 3) How Do We Know What They're Thinking?, and 4) There's Still Time to Change Your Mind.
Most people's minds are on plants in the spring, when they drink iced green tea and inhale the smell of newly blooming lilacs. In this audio book, Michael Pollan takes us through the seasons, from winter to summer, and explores how plants affect our emotions, our well-being, and even our health.
[Michael Pollan] is an American journalist and author of award-winning books on food, agriculture, and related topics. [Pollan] has also written widely on the subject of culture, often with insights that are as controversial as they are fascinating. In this work, [Pollan] tackles a topic long neglected by science: how plants affect our moods and our lives.
Michael Pollan's book, This Is Your Mind on Plants, is a compilation of studies and scientific research conducted over the last century.
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