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Marihuana: An Annotated Guide.

Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1970;23(1):96. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1970.01750010098018.
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Marihuana: An Annotated Guide is the product of over 3,000 man hours of research and compilation accomplished by the Student Association for the Study of Hallucinogens (STASH). STASH is a unique student organization whose goal is "to begin creating within selected community structures an effective, dispassionate source of reliable information about drug taking, its ramifications and related phenomena." This annotated guide contains virtually every publication concerning marihuana published in the English language in the last 150 years. Its format allows, through cross-indexing of both author and subject, the reader to readily obtain relevant articles to any particular area of interest concerning marihuana. Further, the summaries of each article are extremely accurate and will allow the reader to assess its relevance to his area of interest.

This publication should be extremely beneficial to anyone interested in the subject of marihuana and represents a major step for STASH in accomplishing its objective


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