11 magazine articles by
Mark Mathew Braunstein
My Opinion essay published as "Growing Pains" in January 2022 in glossy glitzy ritzy monthly Connecticut Magazine.
... and as "High Time ..." in the Nov15, 2021, CT Mirror
... and as "High Time ..." in the Nov12, 2021, issues of 19 (yes, 19) Connecticut newspapers, including one with CT’s 2nd largest circulation, Connecticut Post
What's Hiding in Your Weed? with photos by this author
GROW: The Hemp and Cannabis Horticulture Magazine
2.3MB standalone article on my own website here
adapted from Chapter 7 of my book, Mindful Marijuana Smoking
The Big Bong Theory ( 700K PDF )
Waterpipes cool the hot smoke, but do not moisten it.
They do trap tar, but also cannabinoids, so little gained.
WEED WORLD magazine - late Fall 2022 issue 160
British cannabis magazine published since 1991
adapted from Chapter 5 of my book, Mindful Marijuana Smoking
GETTING HIGH and STAYING HEALTHY (470K PDF)
Treating Yourself: The Alternative Medicine Journal
8 page article in Fall 2008 issue
Every full issue (Fall 2008, issue #13,): https://treatingyourself.com/back-issues/
Issue #13 (pages 55-61) directly: http://treatingyourself.com/magazine/issue13.pdf
3 minute video by the
Wall Street Journal,
demonstrating my technique of smoking pot by using a candle to light toothpicks to fire up a pipe of cannabis
read the WSJ article here
unless access is money-walled, in which case you can access it by searching for the November 14, 2014, article, "In Connecticut, Medical-Pot Program Draws Mixed Reviews"
RESOURCES other than my own
The Great Marijuana Hoax by Allen Ginsberg
Allen Ginsberg's generation's first manifesto advocating the legalization of cannabis. Published in 1966, this Poet on Pot was 50 years ahead of his time.
I disclaim any ownership of copyright, but provide this 400K PDF solely as a public service to disseminate Ginsberg's prophecy about cannabis.
Growing Marijuana in New England by Peter Oakum
Authorship of this 44-page booklet is shrouded in mystery because it was published in 1977 during the deep freeze of the War on (Some) Drugs. Peter Oakum is a pseudonym. It is assumed he is sadly now deceased, else he would have divulged his identity during our liberation from prohibition. I disclaim ownership of copyright, but provide this 6MB PDF solely as a public service to disseminate the author's expertise in growing cannabis outdoors in cold climates.