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Science of Marijuana

Reefer Madness Flashback: How One Article Shaped Modern Prohibition

A 1933 article about marijuana published in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology explains a lot about why, in 2015, marijuana’s legalization is underway in the United States.

The Anatomy of a Trichome

Trichomes, those little tiny crystal-like hairs that cover the buds, hold all the good stuff. The different methods of hashmaking focus on isolating these sticky little parts of the cannabis plant because they house the majority of its resin.

A Scientific Approach: Redefining Weed

A researcher has proposed the vernacular we all use for different types of pot plants is flawed, and that we should adapt to his “updated” naming system. At the 2014 meeting of the International Cannabinoid Research Society, Dr. John McPartland&...

NY Times Gets Scientific About Weed

Spawned by recent statements from the White House calling for the discussion of legalized marijuana to be one guided by science, not wishful thinking, The New York Times has attempted to do just that with their latest editorial advocacy feature entitled “What Scienc...


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