The Science of Marijuana, Second Version by Leslie L. Iversen
English | Dec. 7, 2007 | ISBN: 0195328248 | 290 Pages | PDF | 11.2 MB
After alcohol and nicotine, marijuana is probably the most generally used "leisure" drug in Western nations, although official positions amongst totally different nations differ extensively. A debate concerning the medical purposes of marijuana and different cannabis-based preparations has been brewing for years, and strain to legalise such use continues to extend. In The Science of Marijuana Iversen explains the exceptional advances which were made in scientific analysis on hashish with the invention of particular receptors and the existence of naturally occurring cannabis-like substances within the mind. Iversen supplies an goal and up-to-date evaluation of the scientific foundation for the medical use of hashish and what dangers this will entail. The leisure use of the drug and the way it impacts customers is described together with some predictions about how attitudes to hashish might change sooner or later.