Published: Nov. 08, 2011
Words: 3,807 (approximate)
This little book is a handy, portable way to counter "official" lies, propaganda and misinformation about Medical Marijuana with the kind of hard-hitting facts that just might change some minds, and perhaps save some lives in the process; maybe even yours, or that of someone you care about.
Contains over 50 references and footnotes (as hyperlinks).
You have to hand it to the U.S. Government. Without the money, might, and monotony of this monolith, it would have been impossible to suppress and distort the truth about cannabis – a plant used beneficially by humans for the last 5,000 to 10,000 years.
But that’s in the past, because the truth — like a plant — has the habit of coming to the surface no matter how many times it’s stepped on. Thanks to the Internet, the greatest information sharing and publishing facility in history, we now have access to a wealth of historical records, medical research, and user experiences about cannabis. The net result of all this information is that everyday people, not just people involved in the medical marijuana community, are starting to learn the truth.
This is an expanded and updated version of material published on BeyondChronic.com. Buying this ebook will help support my work. Thanks in advance; nugs and hugs! -- Old Hippie
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on March 24, 2012 :
Old Hippie has a commercial flavor that the original “for real” hippie of the sixties did not have. My take on cannabis use is that it does no harm to others and it is not socially dangerous, so state power should leave it alone—as John Stuart Mill would argue. Old Hippie’s book provides some useful information in case you use medical marijuana. The writing is good and the info provided seems trustworthy.
(reviewed the day of purchase)