America’s Canine Cosmonaut, 1907

“A dog weighing 25 pounds received an injection of two ounces of an active U.S.P. Fluid extract in the jugular vein with the expectation that it would certainly be sufficient to produce death…” -A 1907 study ‘A Pharmacological study of Read More …

A grateful world to the dealer in happiness, 1844

“What signal?” The captain pointed towards the island, up the side of which ascended a volume of smoke, increasing as it rose. “Ah, yes,” he said, as if awaking from a dream. “Give it to me.” -Alexandre Dumas, the Count Read More …

Roses of a Dream, 1908

“loving a haze of hasheesh for making the brain go wrong” -Damon Runyon Alfred ‘Damon Runyon’ ROSES OF A DREAM Many songwriters have woven there love of cannabis into their art.  But before Guthrie and Dylan there was Damon Runyon. Read More …