The Hempology 101 Textbook is a monograph detailing the history and uses of Cannabis sativa, written by veteran activist and cannabis scholar Ted Smith.
Ted has written the book to accompany his weekly lecture series at the University of Victoria. It offers a comprehensive and holistic view of humanity’s relationship with cannabis through history into the present day. It will also be of interest to anyone who would like to know more about the solutions that this plant offers to many of the environmental and economic problems faced by the world today, from supplying renewable food, fuel, textiles, and building materials, to providing inexpensive and easily accessible medicine.
"The opportunities we have in Canada to be global leaders in the production and use of hemp products cannot be over-stated. Ted Smith is a trustworthy advocate for the Cannabis plant, and his book offers a refereshing outlook at how our country can move forward the acceptance of this wonderful source of food, fuel, medicine and fiber." -Blake Hunter, Good seed Hemp