Christie, R Christie, R e laws is exceptionally complex, and some will be changed shortly.
the best review of existing laws and their social consequences has been made by Kaplan in his recent
book, Marijuana, the New Prohibition (1970).
book also contains excellent discussions
of the social issues revolving around marijuana use.
EXTENT OF USE
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In spite of the severe penalties attached to possession and sale of marijuana, use today is very
widespread. Given the sorts of pleasurable effects reported later in this book, it seems likely that use will
continue to increase.
No definite survey of incidence of use can be made because there is always a (realistic) tendency of
wary users to deny their use. Nevertheless, a large number of surveys of drug use on college campuses
have been made (Kaplan, 1970; Pearlman, 1968). It is now a rare college campus that does not have a
significant number of marijuana users and on many campuses users themselves estimate over 50 percent
of the students use marijuana occasionally, primarily at social events.
An unpublished study that I
carried out in collaboration with one of my graduate students, Carl Klein, found that from 1967 to 1968
the percentage of students who used marijuana at a conservative West Coast university doubled, and
various formal and informal estimates of that population since have confirmed that a majority of the
students have tried marijuana.
(Further details of this study are presented in Chapter 28.) This seems
typical. Drug-education programs sponsored by schools and government agencies are viewed with scorn
and amusement by users since their own and friends' experiences with marijuana convince them that the
instructors are ignorant or lying.
This is an unfortunate effect, as the attitude may be generalized to
warnings about drugs that really are dangerous, such as hard narcotics and amphetamines.
Marijuana use is by no means confined to college campuses. In a survey of young adults (eighteen
and over) in San Francisco, Manheimer, Mellinger, and Balter (1969) reported that 13 percent had used
marijuana at least once. Conservative estimates in the press usually figure that several million
Americans have tried marijuana, although it is not clear how many use it with any regularity.
Difficult political, moral, and religious problems arise when an act generally condemned and illegal
spreads at such a rapid rate. This book is not the place to go into them, but the interested reader will find
some good discussions in Aaronson and Osmond (1970), Krippner (1968), and Kaplan (1970).
Leaving aside considerations of social and political problems, what Image De Cannabis
sort of reliable, scientific
knowledge do we have about the effects of MARIJANA MARIJANA
marijuana? What do users experience that makes the risk of
The following chapter discusses the nature of marijuana intoxication and explains why previous
scientific work has gained v
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(1975) and references cited therein
3-THCs was similar to the
natural material 4
ment in cannabinoids during the late 1960s
ecial. Great resin production, great density at 28 days. Still no major odor(yet.) The thin leaves allow great light penetration. Sometime in the future I will do a whole garden of
Cindy. What GH mix are you using on the c99 right now? She has been the most finicky feeder I’ve ever met.” –
"""My estimate for Northern States would be early October. I have a friend who was growing it outdoors in Maine
(48 degrees N?), it was about 3 weeks from finished in mid-September. Unfortunately, his outdoor grow was
ripped off. If you're growing in an area prone to mold, you may have problems, but it's difficult to say because
in the Northeast we don't have such a problem with mold. I can only tell you that the buds are DENSE (you HAVE
seen the photos, haven't you?)...so it could be susceptible to mold."" -MrSoul"
"“If its Fruit Punch that you want, you should check out ""Cinderella 88""….I've smoked the mother that this is the
backcross of, and YEEEEHAW she kicks ass. The smell is very similar to the Hawaiian... think back to when you
(ok I) was a kid... remember Bubbalicious? Or Hubba Bubba chewing gum? Think about the tropical fruit flavor,
and there ya go-- thats what it smells like... A sickly sweet fruit punch gum, a little undertone of ""stink"" to go
with it. A first class high too... (Not to turn this into an advertisement, just a recommendation, but I've
personally tried this strain and it will do it for you just like the Hawaiian).” - Shabang"
"“I'm kind of trying for either Kali Mist or their Himalayan Gold, essentially I’m looking for a badass sativa high
that I can grow manageably indoors. -See if you can get Cinderella 88 from Mike at Weedseed. I've personally
tried this smoke and it is the best, most lucid sativa high you could ask for. The breeder put a lot of time and
talent into this one! Kumquat I do have 3 6' princess "" crosses in my garden. They are nothing like the j. herer
growing with them, as someone mentioned...looks closer to Ncga’s BW but with a more sativa look. The plants
preflowered in early June which made it much easier to plan the garden spacing, although I had no idea these
would get so tall. The secondary branching is quite thick and well developed with tight node spacing so looks to
be a good yielder. It has handled our 100+ degree days w/o any problems, unlike the j. Herer (only minor probs
with them) and even took on a Great Dane bending one over flat on the ground! It sprung right back after a bit
of temporary splinting and bracing to be the fattest plant in the garden...which btw, includes most of the ""hot""
seedbank offerings of last year.” - Desert Rat (a.k.a. M.G.)"
"“My head just turned full circle...This shit is good! I have to say to the brothers...Cinders passes the test with
flying colours...the effect is very heady and almost hallucinogenic...very much like a potent version of silver
pearl... with a smoother, fruitier taste and no nasty tickle at the back of the throat.” – Stark, and R Strategy in the Synthesis of (-)-1I'- and 1I6-THCs and their Metabolites 191
has some biogenetic implications, especially since chrysanthenone and chrysanthenyl
acetate 'P have been found to occur naturally, and many publications
reporr'" the complete absence of cannabidiol in Cannabis sativa m on
Psychedelic Drugs and Marijuana, April 1l, 1968), p. 3. (back)
14. Ibid. (back)
15. Blaine, op. cit., pp. 67-68. Blaine qualifies his assertion by distinguishing the "hard
core" user, who would be impelled to drugs in the absence of the rebellion motive, and the
"experimenter," for whom parental rejection is a strong impetus to sporadic and eventually
discontinued use of drugs. (back)
16. Seymour L. Halleck, "Psychiatric Treatment of the Alienated College Student,"
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American Journal of Psychiatry 124 (November 1967): 642-650. (back)
17. Mattmiller, op. cit. (back)
18. Donald B. Louria, The Drug Scene (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968), p. 101. (back)
19. Henry Brill, "Why Not Pot Now? Some Questions and Answers About Marijuana,"
Psychiatric Opinion 5, no. 5 (October 1968): 19. (back)
20. Nathan B. Eddy et al., "Drug Dependence: Its Significance and Characteristics,"
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 32 (1965): 721. (back)
21. The parallel with agents of which society approves was made by Eliot Freidson, in
"Ending Campus Incidents," Letter to the Editor, Trans-action 5, no. 8 (July-August
1968): 75. Freidson writes, with regard to the terms psychic addiction and habituation:
"What does this term mean? It means that the drug is pleasurable, as is wine, smoked
sturgeon poetry, comfortable chairs, and Trans-action. Once people use it and like it, they
will tend to continue to do so if they can. But they can get along without it if they must,
which is why it cannot be called physically addictive." (back)
22. David Ausubel, Drug Addiction (New York: Random House, 1958), pp. 9-10.
23. Edward R. Bloomquist, "Marijuana: Social Benefit or Social Detriment?"
California Medicine 106 (May 1967): 352. (back)
24. Seymour Fiddle, Portraits From a Shooting Gallery (New York: Harper & Row,
67), pp. 3-20. (back)
25. Louria, op. cit., p. 103. (back)
26. John Rosevear, Pot: A Handbook of Marihuana (New Hyde Park, N. Y.: University
Books, 1967), p. 90. (back)
27. The Medical Society of the County of New York, "The Dangerous Drug
Problem—II," New York Medicine 24 (January 1968), p. 4 (my emphasis). (back)
28. John A. Talbott and James W. Teague, "Marihuana Psychosis: Acute Toxic
Psychosis Associated with Cannabis Derivatives," The Journal of the American Medical
Association 210 (October 13, 1969): 299. (back)
29. For some representative clinical work by physicians on the use of marijuana, see
Martin H. Keeler, "Adverse Reaction to Marihuana," The American Journal of Psychiatry
124 (November 1967): 674-677; Doris H. Milman, "The Role of Marihuana in Patterns of
Drug Abuse by Adolescents," The Journal of Pediatrics 74 (February 1969): 283-29c,
Aaron H. Esman et al., "Drug Use by Adolescents: Some Valuative and Technical
Implications," The Psychoanalytic Forum 2 (Winter 1967): 339 353, Leon Wurmser, Leon
Levin, and Arlene Lewis, "Chronic Paranoid Sy
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Various water-soluble aklyl amino esters of type 190 and of the cyclopenteno
derivative 192a were prepared107b from the pyrans by using the appropriate
acid and carbodiimide, as in the case of t,l-THC
It was found that t,1-cis-THC acetate (53) under acid catalysis (p-TSA in
boiling benzene) provided substantial quantities of the thermodynamically less
stable 58 at equilibrium (ratio of 77:23, respectively) pruned sooner or later or more than once. Pruning
during flowering will cause problems with bud production because the
plant will divert its energy from bud production into branch and leaf
production. The results will be a slower rate of Bud growth.
Remember how we spoke about Indica plants being small and
Sativa plants being tall. Well if you learn to prune your plant right you
can generate small bushy Sativa plants that grow in tiny spaces.
Without pruning the Sativa plant it will probably stretch to five feet
For every stem or branch you prune, the cut area will develop
two more branches. Look outside at any tree. See how the stem divides
into branches which sub-divide into more branches which divide into
new shoots and leaves. Well some marijuana plant only grow a main
branch out from the stem and this may stay that way throughout its
entire grow. Any filling out usually occurs when new leaves and
branches develop at the nodes. Some lateral branches may develop new
shoots but these are somewhat small and thin and do not support much
bud growth. If we prune our plant we can make it more like the tree
that we see in the garden. There is also a limit to how much we can
prune. Let us follow a prune path for a moment.
If we prune the stem, it will split into two. We can prune both
these two new stems and end up with four stems. We may try to prune
each of these four stems to try and create eight stems, but this depends
on the strain and its branching limit which is genetically based. We
may be able to prune some of the lateral branches but again if the plant
has reached it threshold it will not produce more new branches. All
strains are different in this respect.
Prune cuts are made using clippers at a 45-degree angle to the
shoot being cut.
Some people like to keep their plants small and wide.
Cannabis plants are great for making bushes with. It is a simple
process. During the 3rd week of vegetative growth prune half the
plant’s branches and leave the other half. Never remove all the
branches. Cannabis plants need at least 50% of the leaves to continue
growing without fatal stunting problems. If you go less that 50% you
may end up killing them. Do not prune just one side of the plant.
Prune per side to achieve the 50%. You may also prune the main top
cola if you wish the cola to split into two or more parts.
Wait until the 4th or 5th week of vegetative growth and prune
the other half. (Only do this if the prune cuts you previously made
have grown new branches and leaves.)
During the seventh week of vegetative growth you will notice
that your plant has become more concerned with growing outwards
than with growing upwards.
Let us pretend that we have a plant with 8 shoots. That means
it is 4 nodes high. We perform our pruning as described and we end up
with 16 shoots, but our plant is still 4 nodes high. Now this does not
mean that we can keep doubling our shoots forever. P
nd "Boston Bean Pot,"19 all common
American dishes, with marijuana added. Another recipe book, on the other hand, has
exotic Oriental dishes, such as "Bhang Sherbet," "Moroccan Majoon," "Black Sabbath
Salve," and "Nebuchadnezzar's Dream."20
A major reason why mixing marijuana into food ingredients is rare in America is that
an immense quantity is required for any effect; smoking is a far more efficient method for
getting the drug into the blood stream.
In addition, it takes a much longer period of time
for the drug to take effect orally, often an hour and a half. It is, therefore, a clumsy and
lengthy (and expensive) route of consumption. However, it is more reliable. A small
number of individuals seem unable to become high, even after smoking joint after joint,
evening after evening. Eating is a more directly physiological method, and if enough
marijuana is ingested in cooked food, an eventual high is almost inevitable, even in those
most staunchly resistant to marijuana's effects by means of smoking. In fact, sometimes
this is precisely the problem with ingesting. Since the effects are slow in coming, it is
impossible to gauge intake to the desired level of one's high. The experienced user can
"self-titrate" his high by smoking a quantity of marijuana and then, shortly thereafter reach
the level of intoxication he feels comfortable with. With eating, because of the time lag,
this is impossible. A huge amount may be ingested with no immediate effect which, over
the period of an hour or so, will produce unusual and extreme levels of intoxication.
Because eating can take place within a few seconds while smoking takes many minutes
cannabis, once ingested, cannot be retrieved. Thus, it is possible to become higher, for a
longer period, by eating cannabis.
Contrary to a number of published accounts,21 marijuana, unlike cocaine and heroin,
seems almost never to be sniffed; at least I have never heard of it from a user and I have
never seen it done. It is highly doubtful if this could achieve any effect at all. Since
marijuana is water-insoluble, it is almost never injected. In addition, most users are
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Although the cannabis plant grows naturally in most parts of the world, the bulk of the
cannabis substances used illicitly in this country originates from relatively few countries.
The specifically marijuana substances (i.
, those comprising mostly of the leaves of the
plant) come largely from Mexico, possibly go percent, although the 1969 border blockade
encouraged far more "home growing" of marijuana.
When purchased in bulk, which is
anything larger than a sixth of an ounce or so, the purchaser usually buys a mixture of
leaves, twigs, stems, and seeds.
When purchased in quantities of a kilogram, which is the
standard packaging and shipping unit, the plants will have been chopped into fairly small
pieces and pressed into bricks, or
You may want something that smells exactly like an orange or a blueberry and doesn't smell at all like pot. As far as I know that's not possible. You would probably ruin the pot if you succeeded. What some people think is a nice hint of strawberry may be way too strong to the next person. What one grower thinks is very blueberry may not smell or taste like blueberry to his friend. I suggest that you don't treat your whole crop this way while you are experimenting.
see/smoke this plant! In 8-9 weeks of 12/12 she's ripe...a really FAST Sativa because of the Durban
influence, the ripening buds smell like foot perspiration...really FUNKY. Thankfully, the weed cures to a
delicious licorice scent/flavour and is wickedly cerebral. DTC99 resulted from pollinating THIS female with my
best C99 male." - soul
Durban Thai Home Hybrid
"Those are hybrids of Durban/Thai crossed to NL#5/Sk#1 x Hawaiian...the breeder calls the cross Durban Thai
Home Hybrid, or DTHH. I had 50 from this generous friend & he even gave me his last 7 original Durban Thai
seeds (11 years old), which is how I got my special D/T lady." - soul
“Malawi is the spaciest smoke I've ever had. I used to have this thing that happened a few times as a
teenager where I'd get some killer smoke from AFOAF that would literally make me blind for 20 minutes to a
half hour within 10 minutes of smoking it, a little too much too quick. Malawi is that kind of smoke. Its like
your still there but vision changes to lights and shadows and sounds become muted. You will see flashes of
light and things in your peripheral vision will catch your eyes. The high was fast without all the physical
sensations of the indicas. Darkest leaves I've ever seen, almost look black. I pulled em at 75 days with
20-30% could have went another month to round out the buzz. Yield was similar to Durban, not much but
worth the wait if that’s what you like. For me it's the kind of smoke you'd take out to get a reaction and they
will vary, it's too much if overdone.” - Frank
“AFOAF grew hers out when Greenthumb first brought them out last year. Leaves were enormous and the
darkest green(looked black) I've ever seen. Took em unfinished at 85 days(20% turned). This is definitely
personal head stash and one to take out for special occasion. The high was like tripping for me, lots of visual
effects and somewhat short lived. I made the mistake of smoking an indica shortly after coming down from
the Malawi and I couldn't move for a couple of hours. Can be a typical unruly sativa to grow requiring lots of
attention. Worth the effort if that’s what you're looking for, I prefer a more rounded and much mellower
buzz.” - Frank
“Outdoors Summer Report: This baby definitely has Sativa in its genes. 6 feet and will probably add another
foot before its done. Big Christmas tree type plant. Buds are bursting out from every possible node! Even the
lower branches are putting on bud weight! Awesome....only wish I had a Tropical sun.” -Sensi
Power Plant (mostly Sativa) was developed in 1997 from new South African genetics. This strain has been
inbred only, never hybridized. Very rich in THC. It is a strain with an enormous grow potential. Indoor as well as
in a greenhouse the plants have an enormous yield. Indoors flowering starts already one week after turning
back the light cycle to 12 hours. Outdoor flowering starts late, but the plants ripen very fast. This variety is very
uniform. he consumer, and is, therefore, small in bulk and large in
number—the friendship end of the spectrum is far more common than the profit end.
Motives for Selling
The motives underlying marijuana dealing are complex. Although at the top of the
hierarchy of selling, profit is likely to dominate more than is true at the bottom, there is no
level in the distribution system (on the American side of the transaction at least) where
profit is the sole reason for dealing. In contrast, the expressed motives for selling heroin
might be reduced to two: profit (at the top), and the use of heroin (at the bottom). With
marijuana, the picture is considerably more intricate. Certainly the free use of marijuana
predominates—at least in frequency, if not in the strength of motivation.
But beyond "free grass" and some profit, the reasons for selling vary. Some dealers
enjoy the cloak and dagger intrigue, at least in the beginning:
The dealer commands a certain mystique in the East Village. He is playing a
far more dangerous game than the customer, and he is respected for it. For
himself, the excitement surrounding a "big deal" and the ritual and
accoutrements of the trade act as an antidote for the growing plague of
boredom. Most dealers are proud of their fine scales, and enjoy the ritual of
sifting and weighing their stock. The exchange, sometimes involving large
amounts of cash and drugs, is the climax of the business and may have an
"007" sort of intrigue.14
The fact that one is a sometimes central figure in a subcommunity whose values and
evaluations of others revolve,15 in part, around drug use and especially "inside dopester"
information concerning drug prices and sources acts as an attraction for many users to sell
and deal. The dealer is acquainted with a scene from which the nondealer is to some
degree excluded. The dealer simply knows more about what is happening in a sphere of
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some importance to the smoker; moreover, he distributes a valued object, which the
smoker could obtain with a little more difficulty from others. A twenty-seven-year-old
high school teacher only sporadically involved in selling explains the reasons for his
It's this: being in on something that's important to others. Other people are
dependent on you. They have to rely on you. You are, in a minor sense,
controlling their destiny. You are important—you have a source and they
don't, and that shows how "in" you are, how others trust you and maybe
even like you. You are a big man. Others come to you needing something,
and you dispense largesse. It's kind of an ego boost, I guess. Like, after
copping a quarter of a pound of grass, the guy I copped from said, man, I
want to get some DMT. I was in debt to this guy for getting the grass, see,
so I said, I can get you some DMT, man. It shows how much you know,
how you are in the middle of things, how you are hip.
indoor cannabis -- Saturday, November 01, 2014 12:26:58 AM
the quality of 1 was excellent, the isolated yield provided no advantage over the
Of all the procedures described above, as stated earlier, Petrzilka's process as
developed by Razdan and co-workers!" is presently used in the large-scale preparation
of t:,1-THC les
County," UCLA Law Review 15 (September 1968): 1499-1585.
It should be kept in mind that the data on which the Los Angeles study are based are
state and local arrests. Federal arrests include a much higher proportion of dealers while
state and local arrests are mainly of users and petty sellers. Federal law enforcement
officers utilize different techniques—undercover agents principally—while state and local
arrests are primarily the product of accidental patrol procedures. (back)
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11. Joe Reichmann, Testimony, in Hearings on Marijuana Laws Before the California
Public Health and Safety Committee (Los Angeles, October 18, 1967, morning session),
transcript, p. 6. (back)
12. Luke McKissick, Testimony, in ibid., p. 62. (back)
13. Howard Smith, "Scenes," The Village Voice, August 1, 1969, p. 20. (back)
14. Morton et al., op. cit., pp. 1533-1539, 1579, 1584. (back)
15. McKissick, op. cit., p. 63. (back)
16. Morton et al., op. cit., pp. 1579, 1581. (back)
17. Erich Goode, ed., Marijuana (New York: Atherton Press, 1969), p. 97. (back)
18. Morton et al., op. cit., p. 1543. (back)
19. Ibid. (back)
20. State of California, Department of Justice, Bureau of Criminal Statistics, Drug
Arrests and Dispositions in California: 1967 (Sacramento: State of California, 1968),
21. Ibid., p. 82. (back)
22. Ibid., p. 85. (back)
23. Ibid., p. 87. (back)
24. Ibid., p. 89. (back)
25. Marvin Cahn, "The User and the Law," in J. L. Simmons, ed., Marijuana: Myths
and Realities (North Hollywood, Calif.: Brandon House, 1967), pp. 56 57. (back)
26. In "On Being Busted at Fifty," Leslie Fiedler describes electronic surveillance
devices being used to detect the possession of hashish during the ceremony of his
Passover Seder. See The New York Review, July 13, 1967, p. 13. (back)
27. Harold Garfinkle, "Conditions of Successful Degradation Ceremonies," The
American Journal of Sociology 61 (March 1956): 420-424. (back)
28. Samuel G. Kling, Sexual Behavior and the Law (New York: Bernard Geis and
Random House, 1965). (back)
29. In partial contradiction to the general point concerning differential enforcement,
Playboy magazine prints large numbers of letters from men in prison who were convicted
for these crimes; our surprise at their legal status is surpassed only by our discovery that
anyone is ever sanctioned for them. (back)
30. Even the occasional exception illustrates the point. A case in a rural area of
Vermont involving alleged adultery between a married black man and a divorced white
woman demonstrates the need of a community to punish an activity which is legal
(interracial intercourse) in the guise of an illegal activity (adultery). For a description of
the events, see Life, April 4, 1969, pp. 62-74. (back)
31. The "yippie" ideologue, Jerry Rubin, recently arrested on a marijuana possession
charge by officers who emphatically acknowledged their solely Dalzell,Experientia, 31, 16 (1975) , 20,1508 (1977)
Of all the procedures described above, as stated earlier, Petrzilka's process as
developed by Razdan and co-workers!" is presently used in the large-scale preparation
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(1975) and references cited therein Treatment of this
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in a later section