Jam Jar Hookah, 1915

Jam Jar Hookah:  “Wounded Indian smoking through a jam jar”.  During WW1 at a hospital in Brighton, England August 1915     Share page on:

A British Surgeon puts Ganjah on the Medical Map, 1813

Untitled watercolor by Anon, 1820. Captioned – A European, probably Sir David Ochterlony (1758-1825), in Indian dress, smoking a hookah and watching a nautch in his house at Delhi.   A British Surgeon puts Ganjah on the Medical Map In Read More …

Thanksgiving’s Peace Pipe, 1621

“when they will not give a doit to relieve a lame beggar, they will lay out ten to see a dead Indian.” – William Shakespeare writes In The Tempest (Shakespeare would most likely have saw Epenow when he was kidnapped Read More …

Cannabis Is Legal: Editor has legal turn on, 1967

“I’m smoking my prescription and getting high” – The Berkeley Barb- December 8, 1967 Cannabis Is Legal   Editor has legal turn on “Isn’t Quintin Hogg an unremmitting shit? He tries to wiggle out of local honesty by talking internationally. Read More …

The English Physician, 1778

“This is so well known to every good housewife in the country, that I shall not need to write any description of it” -Nicholas Culpepper, in The English Physician, 1778 The English Physician, by Nicholas Culpepper – 1778 “Hemp This Read More …

The Witch’s Broom, 160AD

“At these magical assemblies, the witches never failed to dance; and in their dance they sing these words, ‘Har, har, divell divell, dance here dance here, plaie here plaie here, Sabbath, Sabbath.’ And whiles they sing and dance, ever one Read More …

Forever Blowing Bubbles, 1920’s

“Dig within. Within is the wellspring of Good; and it is always ready to bubble up, if you just dig.” – Marcus Aurelius Nathan Redwood, Carried Away, 2008   Forever Blowing Bubbles This tune always reminds me of smoking your Read More …

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