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Understanding Marijuana by Mitch Earleywine

By |2016-12-05T21:15:30+02:00January 13th, 2015|

Mitch Earleywine’s now definitive exploration into the polarized world of marijuana will answer all of your questions in a clear and concise manner. We refer to this book time and again. We’ve yet to find a more comprehensive book on the scientific evidence surrounding the plant. If you’re still not convinced there is a good

The Cannabis Cookbook by Tim Pilcher

By |2016-12-05T21:15:30+02:00December 13th, 2014|

Cooking with Cannabis is different to getting baked with cannabis! Mankind has eaten the plant for centuries longer than smoking it. Recipes so delicious, nothing will ever get wasted – except your guests.

After Prohibition – Edited by Timothy Lynch

By |2016-12-05T21:15:34+02:00November 13th, 2014|

As the veil is lifted off the Dagga stigma, we have to look forward to policies with win-win situations post prohibition. The senseless ‘war’ on the plant has to stop and this book explores a variety of interesting 21st century solutions to outdated 20th century laws. – by Jules

Marijuana – Gateway to health by Clint Werner

By |2016-12-05T21:15:34+02:00October 19th, 2014|

How Cannabis protects us from Cancer and Alzheimer's Disease. Described as “A must-read for scientific truth seekers. This book is meticulously researched and intelligently organized, and its massive research content is masterfully distilled.”

Dagga a short history – Hazel Crompton

By |2019-09-04T11:44:12+02:00October 17th, 2014|

Dagga – A Short history, written by Hazel Crompton is published by Jacana Press. This excellent conversation piece provides a background to Cannabis in South Africa from its earliest days to the present legalisation debate and is the first book published in South Africa with the word ‘Dagga’ in the title that isn’t a government

Victorian Drug Fiends – Classic Tales of Opium and Hashish! By FishesEye Publishing

By |2019-09-04T11:26:42+02:00October 17th, 2014|

A collection of infamous classics of drug literature: short stories, essays, journalism, medical reports, poetry, visions, with dozens of vintage 19th-century illustrations (prints, photos, postcards...), capturing the heady essence of Victorian drug culture. From the Romantic opium-eaters, to the Bohemian hashish fanatics, intrinsically linked to the underground art and literature of the era. Narcotics, opium

The Cannabible Collection 1&2 – By Jason King

By |2019-09-04T10:59:19+02:00October 17th, 2014|

A unique reference guide to the finest marijuana. Astounded by the lack of books dedicated to the wondrous variety of his favorite plant, author Jason King set out on a four-year mission to document the world’s finest cannabis. Traveling around North America, Hawaii, and Europe, he captured over 1,500 strains on film (benevolently sampling a

The Natural Mind by Andrew Weil, M.D

By |2016-12-05T21:15:37+02:00October 13th, 2014|

This is one of THE most important books in the DC library. Andrew Weil was a hero of ours long before we became the DC. This book describes mankind’s innate desire to periodically alter consciousness. It’s normal. It’s part of a balanced, healthy, body mind and spirit. We’d LOVE to have this man as an

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