Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower’s Bible by Jorge Cervantes

With 512 full color pages and 1120 full color photographs and illustrations, Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower’s Bible is the most complete cultivation book about marijuana available. The Fifth Edition of the former Indoor Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor Bible was originally published in 1983, when it immediately became a best seller. More than 500,000 copies of the Indoor Bible are in print in Dutch, English, French, German and Spanish.

New greenhouse and outdoor growing chapters make this a book both indoor and outdoor growers will keep under thumb. The other 15 chapters (17 total) are all updated with the most current information marijuana, completely rewritten and significantly expanded. For example, Dr. John McPartland contributed an all new Medical Marijuana section – The books credits list more than 300 contributors and reads like a who’s who in the world of Marijuana Cultivation.

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The Emperor Wears No Clothes: The Authoritative Historical Record of Cannabis and the Conspiracy Against Marijuana

Jack Herer has updated his authoritative history of Hemp’s myriad uses and of the war on this plant, just as it has become high-profile news, with supporters such as Woody Harrelson and Willie Nelson. Herer thoroughly documents the petrochemical industry’s plot to outlaw this renewable source of paper, energy, food, textiles, and Medicine.A must read book marijuana Photos, illustrations & charts. 10 tables.

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Marihuana: The Forbidden Medicine by Lester Grinspoon

In this important and timely book, two eminent researchers describe the benefits of Medical Marijuana, explain why its use has been forbidden, and argue for its full legalization to make it available to all patients who need it. Highly praised when it was first published in 1993, the book has been expanded to include new examples of the ways that marijuana alleviates symptoms of cancer chemotherapy, multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, glaucoma, AIDS, and depression, as well as symptoms of such less common disorders as Crohn’s disease, diabetic gastroparesis, and post-traumatic stress disorder.A fantastic book about marijuana and its potential in the Medical Field

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Marijuana Reconsidered by Lester Grinspoon

 

This new edition of Harvard Medical School professor Grinspoon’s 1971 study about marijuana,its medical, social and legal aspects features a new introduction by the author.

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The Pot Book: A Complete Guide to Cannabis by Julie Holland M.D.

Leading experts on the science, history, politics, medicine, and potential of America’s most popular recreational drug

• With contributions by Andrew Weil, Michael Pollan, Lester Grinspoon, Allen St. Pierre (NORML), Tommy Chong, and others

• Covers marijuana’s physiological and psychological effects, its medicinal uses, the complex politics of Cannabis Law, pot and parenting, its role in creativity, business, and spirituality, and much more

Exploring the role of marijuana in Medicine, politics, history, and society, The Pot Book offers a compendium of the most up-to-date information and scientific research about marijuana from leading experts, including Lester Grinspoon, M.D., Rick Doblin, Ph.D., Allen St. Pierre (NORML), and Raphael Mechoulam. Also included are interviews with Michael Pollan, Andrew Weil, M.D., and Tommy Chong as well as a pot dealer and a farmer who grows for the U.S. Government.

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Dank: the Quest for the Very Best Marijuana: A Breeder’s Tale by Subcoo

Based on the author’s 20 years of passionate selection and experience, Dank: The Very Best Marijuana is the story of one breeder’s quest for marijuana perfection. Author Subcool, both a talented photographer and a well-known breeding whiz, describes each step of his journey toward marijuana heaven: raising each Strain, mixing and matching traits, and ultimately choosing the offspring that will advance to become the newest pinnacle in pot — the newest marijuana. Revealing his thought processes as he assesses the traits that will go forward, Subcool provides an intimate portrait of each variety’s personality. Beautifully lit photos and full-color spreads accompany these complete descriptions of over 35 varieties of marijuana, with detailed profiles of each Strain’s aroma, taste, and high, as well as how it grows, and what it looks like. Useful appendices feature full genetic trees of each strain discussed. A wonderful insight into a talented Breeder’s knowledge about marijuana

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Marijuana Botany: Propagation and Breeding of Distinctive Cannabis by Robert Connell Clarke

Marijuana Botany presents the scientific knowledge and propagation techniques used to preserve and multiply vanishing Marijuana Strain’s. Also included is information concerning marijuana genetics and breeding used to begin plant improvement programs. The book presents scientific and Horticultural principles, along with their practical applications, necessary for the breeding and propagation of marijuana and in particular, about marijuana. It will appeal not only to the professional researcher, but to the marijuana enthusiast or anyone with an eye to the future of marijuana products.

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Hashish by Robert Connell Clarke

Need an exotic hors d’oeuvre for the next Friends of the Library reception–Nepalese temple balls, perhaps, or a delicate majoon (a “general term applied to Cannabis Confections,” Clarke reveals)? Just consult this lavishly illustrated compendium of all things Hashish. Appealing to illicit substance consumers and history buffs alike, Clarke traces the hashish story from earliest times to the present and describes traditional methods of collecting marijuana resin and processing the gooey stuff into hashish. He also debunks persistent tidbits of marijuana lore: for instance, somewhere, it is said, in some culture, naked maidens scamper through hemp fields, and the resin they gather thereby is scraped from their bodies; enticing as that notion may be, no hard data verify it. Nor is there any efficacy in reaming a hash pipe and smoking the dross; the psychoactive THC in the hash burned the first time, and the only effects of toking the scrapings are those of hyperventilation.Another Great read about marijuana and its concentrated Cousin,Hashish…Nowhere does Clarke advocate breaking the law in pursuit of his subject, so for most libraries this is ostensibly history. Mike Tribby

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Marijuana Indoors: Five Easy Gardens by Jorge Cervantes

If you really want to know exactly how to grow a garden from beginning to end, this is the book for you. Jorge chronicled five different growers from beginning to end. He lists everything they use to layout and construct their grow room including all the prices for everything. He also clues you into all the facts and figures and how to achieve the gram of dried sinsemilla per watt of HID light. Get the inside story from five growers. Every last detail on their grow operation (except location) – how they harvest heavy crops of potent Marijuana Indoors. They tell everything-how to choose a safe house, build a grow room & cloning chamber, install ventilation, hydroponic gardens & grow lights. Sixty full-color photographs, more than 80 black & white drawings, charts, and graphs illustrate the text. An index and an indispensable appendix of formulas and conversions are also included.A must have indoor assistant about marijuana growing for Medical Marijuana use

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Cannabis – Philosophy for Everyone: What Were We Just Talking About by Fritz Allhoff

The debate on the status and legality of marijuana continues to gain momentum. Here, personal anecdotes combined with academic and scientific reports combine to sharpen some of the fascinating philosophical issues about marijuana and cannabis use.

  • A frank, professionally informed and playful discussion of marijuana usage in relation to philosophical inquiry
  • Considers the meaning of a ‘high’, the morality of smoking marijuana for pleasure, the slippery slope to more dangerous drugs, and the human drive to alter our consciousness
  • Not only incorporates contributions from philosophers, psychologists, sociologists or legal, pharmacological, and medical experts, but also non-academics associated with the cultivation, distribution, and sale of marijuana
  • Brings together an international team of writers from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Finland, Switzerland, South Africa, and New Zealand