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Cannabis flos SIMM 18from the Bureau voor Medicinale Cannabis - The Hague, The Netherlands Cannabis flos SIMM 18from the Bureau voor Medicinale Cannabis - The Hague, The Netherlands


The vaporizer produces THC-vapor at a temperature of 200 C. (392 F.) while completely eliminating three measured toxins – benzene, a known carcinogen, plus toluene and naphthalene.
Carbon monoxide and smoke tars were both qualitatively reduced by the vaporizer



A chronology of cannabis




Cultivating cannabis:




2005 Symposium on the Cannabinoids June 23rd - 28th, 2005

The International Cannabinoid Research Society is dedicated to research in all fields relating to the Cannabinoids, from receptor studies and medicinal chemistry to treatment and prevention of marijuana abuse.

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Medicinal Cannabis: Australia

For New South Wales; click here >>

The Cancer Council: Medical Use of Marijuana (Cannabis)

The Medical Use of Cannabis: Recent Developments
A Parliamentary Briefing Paper by Gareth Griffith and Marie Swain published by the NSW Parliamentary Library in May 1999. Looks at the debate that has occurred in Australia in recent years, along with the current legal position.

The Use of Cannabis for Medical Purposes
A Parliamentary Research Note by Maurice Rickard published by Commonwealth Department of Parliamentary Library.

National Drug and Alcohol Research Council (NDARC): The Medical Uses of Cannabis
A factsheet on this subject.

For New Zealand:


NORML New Zealand

Marihuana Law Reform Coalition NZ
Medicinal Cannabis NZ Possible Under Existing Laws

Medicinal Cannabis Club New Zealand Medicinal Marijuana Association

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2005 IACM 3rd Conference on Cannabinoids in Medicine:

in Leiden, on 9-10 September 2005, The International Association for Cannabis as Medicine in cooperation with the Office for Medicinal Cannabis of the Dutch Health Ministry and the University of Leiden would like to invite you to participate in the 2005 Meeting of the IACM on September 9-10, 2005 at Leiden University, The Netherlands.
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