Marijuana Intoxication : Common Experiences


As a guide to future experiments, the chief experiential effects of marijuana have been elucidated with the help of a detailed questionnaire given to seasoned marijuana users whose experiences, it seems, are almost entirely pleasant.

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TART, C. Marijuana Intoxication : Common Experiences. Nature 226, 701–704 (1970).

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