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REAL the exciting magazine FOR MEN - Dec. 1954 - Published by Literary Enterprises, Inc.

"THE TRUTH ABOUT DRUGS AND SEX FEARS" By Robert Mines (Chief Psychologist, State Hospital, Raleigh, N.C. (Note, only a small (relevant) part of the article is seen here.



Question: - Is it true that Marihuana will sexually stimulate almost everyone who smokes it?

Answer: - One of the leading authorities in this country on Marihuana is Dr. J.D. Riechard, Medical Director (retired) of the U.S. Public Health Service. Although the legends about Marihuana will probably die hard, his research has yet to turn up any evidence to support the commonly held views about it. He has never, for instance, found the slightest proof that any normal person will, after smoking Marihuana, almost instantly shed his usual moral standards. "And there is simply no indication," he adds, "that Marihuana can cause a well adjusted person to commit a crime."

("The people who do abnormal things after smoking reefers," one doctor dryly remarked, "are people who were abnormal in the first place---and when they smoke reefers, it's a result of their abnormal leanings."

Dr. Reichard has also found no evidence that the use of Marihuana increased sexual potency. As a matter of fact, he's found that far from stimulating a person, it has a quieting effect.

In preparing this article, I was able to establish contact with several addicts, all of whom substantially agreed with this---"When I smoke a stick, I just get dreamy," a typical addict told me.

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