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Welcome the Marijuana Expo Online

Marijuana Expo online is an Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum sidekick and initiative of old Sensi Seeds personel, to help this important museum to spread the word! You can find historical information, pictures and video or perhaps enough information to write an essay about this versatile and ancient plant.

Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum

Since the opening in 1985 of the Hash Marihuana Hemp Museum in Amsterdam, almost a million interested people have visited this permanent exhibition. Each year, some 75,000 people from all parts of the world come to this exceptional cultural and knowledge centre at 148 Oudezijds Achterburgwal, in the heart of the Red-Light District. The museum is completely dedicated to the cannabis plant and its many uses. The Hash Marihuana Hemp Museum is unique in the world, and is much like a voyage of discovery that fits perfectly into a tourist visit to Amsterdam.

Coffeeshops prove prohibition useless


Studies show that the average use of cannabis in Holland is lower compared to the rest of Europe, even though marijuana (in small amounts) is freely available in the Netherlands.

This poses a dilemma for advocates of world-wide prohibition of this marijuana, who say that free access to cannabis automatically leads to an increases of use.  Marihuana is freely available in the Netherlands.


Cannabis running low in Morocco


Rabat - Morocco appears to be losing its position as the world's top cannabis grower to Afghanistan after a drive to eradicate the crop in the African country's impoverished north, the head of the UN anti-drugs agency said.

Morocco's multi-billion dollar cannabis harvest almost halved from 2003 to 2006 after officials ordered the destruction of crops, farmers were encouraged to seek other sources of income and drought depleted yields.


How Cannabis works on the brain


For more than three thousand years, the psychoactive function of Cannabis has been praised and cherished throughout the world. Most of us have heard of THC, the essential component in Cannabis that produces the psychoactive effect that makes humans high. But did you know that the human brain possesses its very own natural equivalent to THC?

THC, the primary psychoactive component in Cannabis, is known to scientists as delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol. It belongs to a group of chemical compounds called cannabinoids which are the different types of molecules present in Cannabis. Out of all the 66 cannabinoids present in Cannabis, THC, because of its widely appreciated psychoactive effects, is the only one that has reached celebrity status.


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Cannabis As Medicine


Most of the therapeutic benefits of cannabis are available from the plant in its dried, natural form. Psychoactive cannabis ingested in the form of edible preparations, vapour or smoke delivers a number of cannabinoids into the bloodstream, as well as numerous other compounds. This fact is one of the main reasons given for the reluctance of certain sectors of the medical world to prescribe natural cannabis as medicine. Science requires certain factors to be known and constant in order to make new hypotheses and conclusions in research. Natural cannabis varies greatly - certainly between species and even between phenotypes of the same local strain - in the amounts and proportions of the various cannabinoids it produces. The same is true of the other compounds present in natural cannabis.

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That the earliest records of medical use of cannabis is that of Chinese emperor-herbalist Shen-Nung himself who, some five thousand years ago, recommended cannabis for various diseases and pains?