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1: Mary Lynn Mathre, RN: Rx for Medical Marijuana
Born in Minnesota to a family of educators, registered nurse and addiction specialist Mary Lynn Mathre has long been a key player in the medical-marijuana movement. Though she didn’t enter nursi

2: HOWARD LOTSOF: TAKING AIM AT ADDICTION
In 1962, Howard Lotsof, a 19-year-old junkie from the Bronx, New York, ingested a little known West African psychoactive called ibogaine. The trip was a startling hallucinatory voyage. More startling

3: Kenny Jenks: Aids Battler
Kenny Jenks is the last surviving AIDS patient in the United States to receive government medical marijuana. Now 31, Jenks was born on the Fort Walton Beach, FL airforce base, where his father, a care

4: Mark Stepnoski: This Cowboy’s Smokin’
Born in Erie, PA on January 20, 1967, Mark Stepnoski knew he wanted to be a football player by the time he was nine years old. And though he only grew to be 6’2” and 265 pounds, small by N

5: The HIGH TIMES Interview: ALBERT HOFMANN: THE FATHER OF LSD
In 1938, Albert Hofmann, a young Swiss chemist employed by the Sandoz Pharmaceutical Company in Basel, Switzerland, was working with lysergic acid in the hopes of developing a stimulant for blood circ

6: WADE DAVIS: STUDENT OF THE PLANTS
Writer, anthropologist and ethnobotanist Wade Davis has spent the better part of the last 25 years exploring the relationship between remote indigenous tribes and the plant world in which they live an

7: Hemp Times Interview—Wade Davis
What is ethnobotany and how did you get involved? Ethnobotany is probably best defined as the study of the interrelationship between human society and the plant world, in which they find themselves l

8: THE HIGH TIMES INTERVIEW: CLYDE BELLECOURT, FOUNDER OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT
Born on May 8, 1936, on the White Earth Chippewa Reservation in Northern Minnesota, Clyde Bellecourt grew up during an era when Indian culture, tradition and history were being systematically eradicat

9: HIGH TIMES INTERVIEW: PETER DUESBERG
Once the darling of the scientific community, Peter Deusberg, professor of molecular biology at the University of California, Berkeley, threw his career out the window when he published a paper in the

10: HIGH TIMES INTERVIEW: BROWNIE MARY RATHBUN
San Francisco’s seventy-year-old “Brownie Mary” Rathbun has been  baking marijuana-laced brownies for more than 20 years. Until she was arrested in1981, she baked them for profi


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