CANNABIS

magazine articles by

Mark Mathew Braunstein

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BREATHE EASY  (1MB PDF )

The number-one health tip for cannabis smokers is also the easiest

 

Spirit of Change magazine - Spring 2020 issue

also view or download from the magazine's website 

(in 2020, click on upper right corner to view the entire issue)

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BIBLIOGRAPHY  for the studies cited in article, with active links to the full texts and summaries, but better to download the PDF for links to fully function

FIRST AID for CANNABIS SMOKERS   ( 2MB PDF )

10 Ways to Reduce the Health Risks of Smoking Marijuana

 

Spirit of Change magazine - Spring 2016 issue

(this includes the Bibliography not included with the print edition)

 

also view or download from the magazine's website

 

or the web reprint on Alternet

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BIBLIOGRAPHY  for the studies cited in article, with active links to the full texts and summaries, but better to download the PDF for links to fully function

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GETTING HIGH and STAYING HEALTHY 

 

(470K PDF)

 

Treating Yourself: The Alternative Medicine Journal  - 8 page feature article in the Fall 2008 issue 

Czech translation web reprint here

 

Full issues in English (seek Fall 2008, issue #13,): https://treatingyourself.com/back-issues/

Issue #13 (pages 55-61) directly: http://treatingyourself.com/magazine/issue13.pdf

 VIDEOS 

56-minute video
56 minute video by the
New England Medical Cannabis Support Group

My talk about 10 ways to reduce the health risks of smoking marijuana
 

3-minute video

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

http://youtu.be/2Zp1DoxodW0

 

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"

photo of Mark Braunstein

 
Article (about me, not by me)

Connecticut Magazine, April 2019
 
cover story about Cannabis in Connecticut,
in which I am profiled as an example of 1 of over 30,000 licensed patients in CT