THE SINSEMILLA TECHNIQUE
Written for the curious as well as the experienced gardener, this technique explains how fewer plants in smaller pots can yield bigger and better buds.
THE SECRET GARDEN
by George Lassen
A highly readable and well-illustrated beginner’s guide to outdoor cultivation with chapters on site selection, camouflage, sexing, predators, drying and more.
MARIJUANA GROWER’S INSIDER’S GUIDE
by Mel Frank
This comprehensive guide for experienced or novice gardeners covers maximizing yields, superior potency, safety tips, budget considerations and more.
ECSTASY: THE MDMA STORY
by Bruce Eisner
A complete guide to the “love drug,” it chronicles the history of MDMA, covers its psychological effects, erotic implications and methods of use, reports on potential health risks, MDMA’s chemistry, and includes an annotated bibliography of MDMA literature.
LICIT AND ILLICIT DRUGS
by Edward M. Brecher The Consumers Union Report on narcotics, stimulants, depressants, inhalants and marijuana.
THE EMPEROR WEARS NO CLOTHES
by Jack Flerer
The book that launched the hemp movement by explaining how hemp, produced for food, fuel and fiber, can “save the world,” and how the roots of cannabis prohibition are planted firmly in racial prejudice and corporate intrigue.
by Robert Connell Clarke This book presents comprehensive data on all phases of cannabis cultivation—how quality is affected by'climate, identifying male plants, harvesting, THC production and potency.
by Jerry Kamstra
An underground classic that reads like a novel, but is a true-life story about backroads Mexico and the people who live in the mountains and make their living off the illegal weed.
WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWER CHILDREN GONE?
A P.E.A.C.E. of Hipstory
by Barry Adams
Montana hipstorian Barry Adams, Plunker, shares stories of hippies (Humanly interested People with Friendly Eyes) from the ’60s to the ’90s. Crash pads! Street scenes! Barter Fairs! Gatherings! Rainbow Affinity Group Actions! Haight Ashbury ’66 to Dallas ’84—P.E.A.C.E. culture!
STRIP AIDS U.S.A.
by Robbins/Sienkiewicz/Triptow San Francisco’s underground pioneer publisher Ron Turner of Last Gasp published this collection of comic strips by a wide cross-section of cartoonists that address the number-one health concern of our time. Some are funny, some are touching, but all are interesting.
THE DOORS: The Illustrated History
by Danny Sugerman Candid pictures of the group, lots of interesting tidbits of information for the hard-core Doors fan. A musthave for the serious fan.
NO ONE HERE GETS OUT ALIVE
by Jerry Hopkins and Danny Sugerman The infamous account, which much of the Oliver Stone movie was based on, is an interesting read for anyone interested in The Doors.
PLAYING IN THE BAND
by David Gans and Peter Simon This “oral and visual portrait of the Grateful Dead” is a must for any true Deadhead. Bob Weir called it “the most accurate description of our inception that I’ve ever seen.”
DRUG TESTING AT WORK
by Beverly A. Potter and Sebastian Orfali
This is the most comprehensive guide to drug testing available, covering everything you need to know about drug tests, from false positives to consent forms to lab procedures to how to protect yourself legally. Anyone who faces the prospect of a drug test should have this book.
THE ART & SCIENCE OF COOKING WITH CANNABIS
by Adam Gottlieb
More than a collection of recipes, this book teaches the reader the nature of cannabis, how it is best assimilated by the digestive tract and how it combines with other foods.
INDOOR MARIJUANA HORTICULTURE
by George Cervantes This book, considered by many a “must-have,” is a complete and authoritative guide to indoor marijuana cultivation featuring over 250 photographs and 288 pages of information covering grow rooms, lights, water, fertilizer, air, CÛ2, bugs, fungi, cloning, harvesting, breeding, hydroponics and more!
by Paul Stamets and J.S. Chilton The definitive reference for the home mycologist, profusely illustrated with charts, photos (many in color) and easy-to-follow instructions.