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Best Cannabis History Books?

Sam_Skunkman

"RESIN BREEDER"
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Here are the Cannabis medical bottles.
 

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CannaRed

Cannabinerd
Here's most of mine. I have a 5 or so, small pamphlet style books out of picture.

I still try to find copies in better shape, and then replace.
Ive also read a few, that I don't have a copy of my own - Sam's Hemp Disease and pest book, and Clarke and Merlins


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MtnGanj

Member
It’s a shame so many of these great books are out of print and are outrageously expensive on the used market.
 

Cdnguy

Member
Yeah I just checked and Hashish books are going for around 200 Canadian used. Worth it? I might get myself it for Christmas next year, haha.

Right now i'm reading Cannabis Evolution and Ethnobotany and enjoying it so far; very indepth history. Might be a little hard to read and a little to in depth for some. Alot of research study references.
 
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Green Squall

Well-known member
Here are the Cannabis medical bottles.

Impressive collection. Years ago I found a "bottle dump" in my yard by an old stone wall that probably dated back to the 1800's. One still had its contents - a white powder - and the cork intact. I hit up an antique bottle forum and they said it could be anything from rat poison to medicine.
 
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