Hemp Links on the Web
We have compiled, what we feel, is a useful list of interesting links to get educated on the uses of hemp/cannabis. Pull up a chair and spread the word.
started one of America's first paper mills with cannabis, allowing a colonial press free from English control.
Hemp is Legal
in many countries throughout Europe and Asia, including the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and China.
was properly christened by Linnaeus, in 1753, as Cannabis sativa, which remains the botanical name for the plant species.
The U.S. Government
distributed 400,000 pounds of cannabis seeds to American farmers in 1942 to aid the war effort.
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Marijuana Myths, Marijuana Facts: A Review of the Scientific Evidence by Lynn Zimmer, PhD, and John Morgan, MD (The Lindesmith Center 1997) [Bookworld Companies 1-800-444-2524]
International Cannabinoid Research Society
Alliance for Cannabis Therapeutics
Erowid in the UK
Jim Rosenfield's Articles and Opinion pages include many fascinating pieces by conservatives on prohibition.
Marihuana: The Forbidden Medicine by Lester Grinspoon, MD and James Bakalar, JD (Yale University Press 1997) [1-800-YUP-READ]
Federal Foolishness and Marijuana" by Jerome Kassirer, MD (New England Journal of Medicine: volume 336, number 16, January 30, 1997 pages 366-67)
"Reefer Madness - The Federal Response to California's Medical - Marijuana Law" by George Annas, JD MPH (New England Journal of Medicine: volume 337, number 6, August 7, 1997, pages 435-39)
"Marihuana as Medicine: A Plea for Reconsideration" by Lester Grinspoon, MD and James Bakalar, JD (Journal of the American Medical Association, volume 273, number 23, June 21, 1995, pages 1875-76)
"Marijuana as Antiemetic Medicine: A Survey of Oncologists' Experience and Attitudes" by Richard Doblin and Mark Kleiman (Journal of Clinical Oncology: volume 9, number 7, July 1991, pages 1314-1319)
The Fitz Hugh Ludlow Hypertext Library contains a number of hypertext documents about pre-1937 cannabis use in the English-speaking world, as well as other documents of a similar nature.
Marijuana Policy Project
The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML)
DRUG POLICY ALLIANCE
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