The Cannabis Encyclopedia

Author: Jorge Cervantes
Publisher: Van Patten Publishing
ISBN: 9781878823342
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Cervantes is the expert in his field. This guide details everything he's learned from his lifetime in the trade.

Cannabis Pharmacy

Author: Michael Backes
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 031655572X
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The Cannabis Health Index: Combining the Science of Medical Marijuana with
Mindfulness Techniques to Heal 100 Chronic Symptoms and Diseases. North
Atlantic Books, 2015. Campolongo, Patrizia, and Liana Fattore, eds. Cannabinoid
Modulation of Emotion, Memory, and Motivation. Springer, 2015. Cervantes,
Jorge. The Cannabis Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to Cultivation &
Consumption of Medical Marijuana. Van Patten Publishing, 2015. Chandra,
Suman, Hemant Lata ...

The A Z Encyclopedia Of Alcohol And Drug Abuse

Author: Thomas Nordegren
Publisher: Universal-Publishers
ISBN: 9781581124040
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The word cannabis comes from Greek kánna- bis, hemp. Cannabis is a generic
term used to denote the several psychoactive preparations of the hemp plant,
Cannabis sativa. Cannabis contains at least 60 cannabinoids, several of which
are biologically active. The most psychoactive constituent is D-9-
tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), its metabolites can be detected in urine for several
weeks after usage of cannabis. The THC-content vary between different types of
cannabis and is also ...

Drugs In American Society An Encyclopedia Of History Politics Culture And The Law 3 Volumes

Author: Nancy E. Marion
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610695968
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Ron Chepesiuk See also: Marijuana; National Drug Policy Board Further
Reading Cooper, Mary H. 1990. The Business of Drugs. Washington, DC:
Congressional Quarterly. Medicinal Colorado.org. “Campaign Against Marijuana
Planting.” http://www.medici nalcolorado.org/taxonomy/term/312. National Drug
Enforcement Policy Board. 1996. The Cannabis Problem—Historical Overview:
An Analysis Of The Domestic Cannabis Problem and the Federal Response.
August. State of ...

The Sage Encyclopedia Of Abnormal And Clinical Psychology

Author: Amy Wenzel
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1506353223
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Cannabis is among the most widely used psychoactive substances in the world.
The United Nations estimates an annual global prevalence rate of between 2.6%
and 5% in adult populations between the ages of 15 and 64 years (between 119
million and 224 million estimated users). Known also by its more popular street
name of marijuana, the drug is produced from the Cannabis sativa or the
Cannabis indica plant. For hundreds of years, humans have been using the
cannabis plant ...

The Corsini Encyclopedia Of Psychology

Author: Irving B. Weiner
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470170255
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In 2007, 3.9 million persons in the United States aged 12 or older (1.6% of the
population) met DSM criteria for cannabis dependence or abuse. The numbers of
those who had used marijuana ever, in the past year, and in the past month in
2007 were 100.5 million, 25.1 million, and 14.5 million, respectively (Substance
Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration [CSAT], 2008). Approximately
4.3% of Americans have been dependent on cannabis. The risk of become
cannabis ...

Encyclopedia Of Drug Policy

Author: James Hawdon
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412976952
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clouded such research, since marijuana is illegal and could potentially harm
those involved. Historical Background The first recorded historical reference to
the cannabis plant comes from China around 4000 b.c.e. Small farming
communities there used the plant both to make rope and as a food source. Later,
they began creating textiles out of cannabis, as it produced a fiber that was very
workable and strong. As early as 800 b.c.e., records refer to the plant as a “
sacred grass.” In India ...

Encyclopedia Of Security Management

Author: John Fay
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 9780750696609
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commonly employed to detect THC in blood serum. The lower limit of detection is
approximately 10 nanograms of THC per milliliter of serum. However, the rapid
disappearance of THC from the blood limits the time of detection. For the smoking
of a single marijuana cigarette of standard street strength, the detection time is 3
to 4 hours following last use. The analysis of blood for general drug testing is
therefore not feasible because of the time restriction, but it can be very valuable
in ...

The Princeton Encyclopedia Of The World Economy Two Volume Set

Author: Kenneth A. Reinert
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691128122
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The cultivation of cannabis is much more decentralized than that of opium and
coca — so much so that in 2006 the UNODC identified 176 countries or territories
where cannabis is produced. This spread is primarily due to the great adaptability
of the cannabis plant, which grows well in virtually every inhabited region of the
world and can be cultivated with little maintenance in small plots or even indoors.
In addition, unlike most other illicit drugs, cannabis products can be consumed ...

Encyclopedia Of Transnational Crime And Justice

Author: Margaret E. Beare
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1412990785
Size: 44.80 MB
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The Netherlands and Canada One of the primary sources of new strains of
cannabis to be introduced to the American gene pool is western Canada, where
the laws against the drug have not been actively enforced, and, more important,
from seed banks in the Netherlands, where the drug enjoys a quasi-legal status
and cannabis-oriented businesses flourish. “Drug tourists” from all over the world
flock to Amsterdam and other Dutch cities. Although so-called coffee shops are
few and ...