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Book reviews on cannabis, marijuana, and pot related literature, cookbooks, and material.

This 1969 Pamphlet is the Ultimate Guide to Growing Cannabis

Parag Patel
in Culture

Back in the 1960s and 1970s, cannabis cultivation was as taboo as it got. No respected book publisher would talk about how to grow marijuana - let alone describe the steps in detail. For the most part...

Books Written by Stoned Authors

Anthony Gramuglia
in Entertainment

Many writers are known to be alcoholics, others drug addicts. So it only makes sense that quite a few are also potheads. But, there are tons of no-name writers who wrote their books while high. There ...

What Are Cannabis Tinctures?

Johnny Hash
in Culture

Even before the ancient Greek Pedanius Dioscorides penned his famous precursor to modern pharmacopoeias, "De Materia Medica,” herbalists and traditional apothecaries have been concentrating the healin...

Who Was Fitz Hugh Ludlow?

Frank White
in Culture

I was never particularly interested in 19th-century literature. There were so many things our English teachers didn't tell us, especially when it came to the counterculture underground books of the Vi...

Literature and Marijuana: Counter-Culture History Through the Years

Anthony Gramuglia
in Culture

America's literary counter-culture movement began after the Mexican Revolution in 1910, when those to our South came northward, and, in turn, brought their natural relaxant with them: marijuana. Grant...

Best Weed Cookbooks

Ed Green
in Buyer's Guide

Bringing together cooking and marijuana consumption is not a new concept, but it is one that has been taken to a new level in recent years. Typical baked goods and gummies are not the only thing on th...

Who Was Allen Ginsberg?

Wendy Weedler
in Buyer's Guide

As a poet, Allen Ginsberg was able to relate his feelings on being homosexual and a marijuana smoker in his poetry, achieving the status of an almost mystic figure. He had an intense spiritual life an...

Inca Ink From Mama Coca by Antonil

Aunt Mary
in Culture

A first-rate book can also be a letdown when seeds of greatness sprout in the opening leaves only to wither before harvest. Mama Coca is the best on the subject since W. Golden Mortimer's turn-of-the-...