Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower’s Bible, 5th Edition.
Author: Jorge Cervantes.
Publisher: Van Patten Publishing.
Since sprouting on the scene in 1983, Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower’s Bible by Jorge Cervantes has sold more than 500,000 copies worldwide and has been published in Dutch, English, Spanish, German and French. It’s become the best-selling standard bearer on how to grow and cultivate the cannabis plant.
Now in its fifth reprint, this latest edition features 300 expert contributors, 512 pages, 17 chapters, 1,120 glossy full-color images and illustrations and hundreds of in-depth and easy-to-follow instructions, making it the perfect reference guide for the beginning budster or the seasoned sinsemilla planter.
Comprehensive new sections in the Bible include everything you ever wanted to know about indoor and outdoor growing, lighting, fertilizer, hydroponics, strains, medicinal uses, seeding, soil and weather, clones, security, harvesting, flowering, pests, and more. There are even full chapters on breeding and hash and oil making.
Featuring Arj Barker, Doug Benson, and Tony Camin.
New York is the essential destination for serious theater, and off-Broadway is the place for hard-hitting, modern social commentary. The Marijuana-Logues is a live cast recording that delivers all of the above in a series of scenes and songs about smoking marijuana, presented with equal parts comedy and satire.
The CD is a 2004 performance of the show—performed by comedians Arj Barker, Doug Benson and Tony Camin—at the Actors’ Playhouse Theater in New York City. That’s 30 tracks of solid entertainment on one disc.
The Marijuana-Logues is a must-have for medical-cannabis patients, or really, just anybody. The only downside is it will make you want to see the live production. Luckily, the show was so successful it is now touring the country, with performances throughout Southern California. (Jasen T. Davis)
Directed by Dan Frank.
Narrated by Halla.
Featuring Dennis Peron, Ed Rosenthal, Michael Teague and others.
Medicinal 101 takes a sober—and, at times, frightening—look at the legalization of medical-marijuana by California in 1996 and the war the federal government has waged upon cannabis patients ever since.
The documentary also illustrates how the war on drugs, including the federal government’s assault on marijuana use, is big business. Medicinal 101 uses a laser-like focus to show you the cyclopean, labyrinthine forces at work to keep prescription marijuana illegal.
Directed by Dan Frank (whose Little Bruno won him Best Director honors at the Los Angeles International Independent Film Festival) and featuring, among others, Ed Rosenthal (author of The Medical Marijuana Handbook) and Michael Teague (who served time for possession of medical marijuana in 2003), Medicinal 101 is required viewing for any serious activist and serves as an analysis of power, politics, civil rights and the law. (Jasen T. Davis)