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Recent Supreme Court rulings have made it easier for patients to get doctor's recommendations and grow medical marijuana themselves.
"Just Say Grow" is an instructional video specifically for people who know nothing about growing Ð or even using Ð medical marijuana. Showing basic techniques necessary to grow the hardy but tricky cannabis plant outdoors and indoors, the 30-minute video takes the viewer on a fascinating journey into the mysterious world of clones, artificial sun and continuous harvests.
Originally released in June 2001, the video was updated in October 2003 and includes a new segent on security titled "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of bud."
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Andrea Nagy really knows her stuff. She should sell a ton of videos. -- Jeff Jones, Ventura, CA, May 2001
Fantastic! A wonderful, entertaining, informative video for those who know everything or nothing about growing the life-enhancing cannabis plant. -- Dean Jones, Simi Valley, CA, May 2001
This is Medical Marijuana 101 for anyone who wants to discover the secrets of cultivating nature's best medicinal substance. -- Joel Weissman, Los Angeles, May 2001
This video is a must for any patient who needs to grow medical marijuana and wants to do it right. -- Steve Kubby, founder, American Medical Marijuana Assn., August 2001
With this video, anyone can become an expert in the cultivation of medical marijuana. -- High Times magazine, October 2001
Subtitled "Andrea Nagy’s Medical Marijuana Gardening Video," "Just Say Grow" is hosted by one of California’s leading medical marijuana activists, former judge’s assistant Andrea Nagy, 31.
After the November 1996 passage of Proposition 215, she opened a cannabis compassion club in Thousand Oaks, CA, growing medical marijuana for more than 60 patients until shut down by a County of Ventura civil suit. Ultimately vindicated in court, she was named Freedom Fighter of the Month by High Times magazine in December 1998.
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