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Posted: Mar 1, 2015 - 4:47pm

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Following popular demand, the growers clip loose leaves off the buds so they look 'tight'.  It is a waste.  Then there is the 'crystal look' which usually means the weed was harvested too early and has insufficient CBD.

 If offered, I'll take the smaller buds, crumbs and bud clippings as long as the plant is 'good' because it usually means a big discount on price for weed of identical quality.

 The funny thing is that zingy, anxious, blow-your-brains-out weed can smell and taste much better than full spectrum, 'balanced', quality weed.

Your story about ugly weed reminds me that the most potent weed I bought on a 2 year overland trip from Morocco to the Apartheid Republic cost me US$0.80 for an ounce in a Kampala, Uganda market.  Looked terrible.  When disciplined I smoked a third of a small joint at a time.  Nice buzz.  

Incidentally, the weed was so cheap in part due to the 11:1 black market for Uganda shillings and the then recent invasion of Uganda by Tanzania that pushed Idi Amin out.  The economy was in shambles (again).  

 Unfortunately when we returned to the park headquarters from camping/fly fishing trip up the Nile River to the Kabalega Falls, I celebrated the trip by smoking a whole joint.  It almost killed me.  That night, I climbed out of the tent to urinate, felt a nearby lion's roar reverberate through my chest and then in a daze forgot to zip the mosquito screen closed when I crawled back into bed.  

Back in Kampala, I fell sick with Cerebral Malaria (Plasmodium falciparum), experienced a fever of over 105 degrees F, and that unpleasant sensation of somebody working a jack hammer on my head.  Lost one third of my haemoglobin.  That type of malaria killed two Canadian geologists working in Africa in the 1980s.

Thankfully the hospital run by Irish Catholic nuns had cutting edge medicine and I was on the road to recovery within a couple of days.  Recovery took over 6 weeks.

My girlfriend from Arizona did not fall sick because she was taking a malaria prophylactic.    Being a smart ass with extensive previous experience in the fly-infested Canadian bush, I thought I could avoid malaria by avoiding mosquito bites.     

Anyhooow, this is the story I tell to illustrate that drugs are dangerous and will kill you if not careful.  

 
There you have it...I stand corrected...Pot will kill you...Please PM me so I can send my address to anyone so they can send theirs to me so I can save their life because that is the kind of guy I am...Honest...I mean it...IT WILL KILL YOU...Send it to me at once!
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Posted: Mar 1, 2015 - 3:31pm

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Yes indeed.  I don't have the need to get blasted and glued to the couch every time I light up.  That and I don't want to cough my ancient lungs off with each toke.  I like a nice background buzz.  And you are correct about the older more mature stuff, at least in my experience.

Its kind of amusing and sad at the same time to see the kids talk about the appearance and the presentation of the weed.  A lot of them won't even consider some stuff because it doesn't pass the visual and smell tests.  Me, if it gets the job done, its just fine with me.

I have to laugh at all this fuss over the presentation, cuz looking back, I think that the most consistently good stuff that I ever had was when I was a student in Florida back in 70 and 71. The Jamaican we had down there was simply amazing.  Clear headed and most trippy.  It would never pass muster to all these kids today.  It was all leafy and reminded me of the same visual consistency of chewing tobacco.  Marley !  Then there was the Thai sticks ...  Ja mon ...

 

Following popular demand, the growers clip loose leaves off the buds so they look 'tight'.  It is a waste.  Then there is the 'crystal look' which usually means the weed was harvested too early and has insufficient CBD.

 If offered, I'll take the smaller buds, crumbs and bud clippings as long as the plant is 'good' because it usually means a big discount on price for weed of identical quality.

 The funny thing is that zingy, anxious, blow-your-brains-out weed can smell and taste much better than full spectrum, 'balanced', quality weed.

Your story about ugly weed reminds me that the most potent weed I bought on a 2 year overland trip from Morocco to the Apartheid Republic cost me US$0.80 for an ounce in a Kampala, Uganda market.  Looked terrible.  When disciplined I smoked a third of a small joint at a time.  Nice buzz.  

Incidentally, the weed was so cheap in part due to the 11:1 black market for Uganda shillings and the then recent invasion of Uganda by Tanzania that pushed Idi Amin out.  The economy was in shambles (again).  

 Unfortunately when we returned to the park headquarters from camping/fly fishing trip up the Nile River to the Kabalega Falls, I celebrated the trip by smoking a whole joint.  It almost killed me.  That night, I climbed out of the tent to urinate, felt a nearby lion's roar reverberate through my chest and then in a daze forgot to zip the mosquito screen closed when I crawled back into bed.  

Back in Kampala, I fell sick with Cerebral Malaria (Plasmodium falciparum), experienced a fever of over 105 degrees F, and that unpleasant sensation of somebody working a jack hammer on my head.  Lost one third of my haemoglobin.  That type of malaria killed two Canadian geologists working in Africa in the 1980s.

Thankfully the hospital run by Irish Catholic nuns had cutting edge medicine and I was on the road to recovery within a couple of days.  Recovery took over 6 weeks.

My girlfriend from Arizona did not fall sick because she was taking a malaria prophylactic.    Being a smart ass with extensive previous experience in the fly-infested Canadian bush, I thought I could avoid malaria by avoiding mosquito bites.     

Anyhooow, this is the story I tell to illustrate that drugs are dangerous and will kill you if not careful.  


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Posted: Mar 1, 2015 - 5:40am

 kurtster wrote:

Yes indeed.  I don't have the need to get blasted and glued to the couch every time I light up.  That and I don't want to cough my ancient lungs off with each toke.  I like a nice background buzz.  And you are correct about the older more mature stuff, at least in my experience.

Its kind of amusing and sad at the same time to see the kids talk about the appearance and the presentation of the weed.  A lot of them won't even consider some stuff because it doesn't pass the visual and smell tests.  Me, if it gets the job done, its just fine with me.

I have to laugh at all this fuss over the presentation, cuz looking back, I think that the most consistently good stuff that I ever had was when I was a student in Florida back in 70 and 71. The Jamaican we had down there was simply amazing.  Clear headed and most trippy.  It would never pass muster to all these kids today.  It was all leafy and reminded me of the same visual consistency of chewing tobacco.  Marley !  Then there was the Thai sticks ...  Ja mon ...

 
Some of the best I ever had was in the late 60s, early 70s, and it grew wild? on the banks of the South Canadian River near OKC.  {#Dancingbanana_2}
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Posted: Mar 1, 2015 - 4:52am

 westslope wrote:
Any old time pot smokers find that much of the 'new weed' is too zingy?   Too intense.  

These days some of us have to make an effort to find mellow weed.  The problem with the really strong weed is the imbalance between the ingredients.  The newer party drug pot has far too much THC and not enough CBD.

To find better balanced weed, in my experience, it helps to avoid the stuff covered in white crystals and favour the stuff that was harvested later than earlier.

One of these days we will have full legalization and better information about we are actually consuming. 

 
Yes indeed.  I don't have the need to get blasted and glued to the couch every time I light up.  That and I don't want to cough my ancient lungs off with each toke.  I like a nice background buzz.  And you are correct about the older more mature stuff, at least in my experience.

Its kind of amusing and sad at the same time to see the kids talk about the appearance and the presentation of the weed.  A lot of them won't even consider some stuff because it doesn't pass the visual and smell tests.  Me, if it gets the job done, its just fine with me.

I have to laugh at all this fuss over the presentation, cuz looking back, I think that the most consistently good stuff that I ever had was when I was a student in Florida back in 70 and 71. The Jamaican we had down there was simply amazing.  Clear headed and most trippy.  It would never pass muster to all these kids today.  It was all leafy and reminded me of the same visual consistency of chewing tobacco.  Marley !  Then there was the Thai sticks ...  Ja mon ...
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Posted: Feb 28, 2015 - 9:19am

"Unfortunately, most marijuana that’s sold to consumers has significantly lower levels of CBD because growers tend to selectively breed out the CBD enzyme to produce more THC. Now that we know so much about the benefits of CBD, you might start seeing plants with higher levels of CBD in the future."

What Are The Active Ingredients In Medical Marijuana? 

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Posted: Feb 28, 2015 - 9:05am

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Sir, I believe if you check the classification of these drugs I think you will find that marijuana is the worse of the two. Damned hippies.
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Posted: Feb 28, 2015 - 8:59am

{#Lol}

Fox News doctor: ‘Crack babies’ come from  women ‘smoking this whole marijuana business’
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Posted: Feb 28, 2015 - 8:52am

Any old time pot smokers find that much of the 'new weed' is too zingy?   Too intense.  

These days some of us have to make an effort to find mellow weed.  The problem with the really strong weed is the imbalance between the ingredients.  The newer party drug pot has far too much THC and not enough CBD.

To find better balanced weed, in my experience, it helps to avoid the stuff covered in white crystals and favour the stuff that was harvested later than earlier.

One of these days we will have full legalization and better information about we are actually consuming. 


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Posted: Feb 28, 2015 - 6:42am

 Prodigal_SOB wrote:

 Yes, and you even have over a full year on me and I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you, Bill, and the few others around here who have over the years continued to be older than me.  I really do appreciate it.  Do you remember when they used to tell us that nobody really knew the possible long term effects? 

 

{#Lol}
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Posted: Feb 28, 2015 - 6:34am

 kurtster wrote:

I can say almost the same thing word for word including how old I was the first time.  I just have 9 more years on you is all.

On the potency, alls I can say is that if someone thinks that it is much more potent today than 50 years ago, then they didn't have very good connections over the years.  One toke stuff then and one toke now ?  One toke is one toke ...

 
 Yes, and you even have over a full year on me and I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you, Bill, and the few others around here who have over the years continued to be older than me.  I really do appreciate it.  Do you remember when they used to tell us that nobody really knew the possible long term effects? 
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Posted: Feb 28, 2015 - 5:43am

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I ain't even gonna front, they don't make a high enough THC strain for me.  I suppose that is where the moderation thing comes in I suppose. I display moderation in all things in my life except for this plant.  I tried it at 13, had a religious experience, swore my allegiance to the plant and promised to smoke it as much as I could for the rest of my life. I have proudly kept my oath for almost 40 years now.  I hear of people saying that today's pot is so powerful, but to be honest I can't even remember thinking that I was too high or this is too strong or anything like that.  I even get the pure hash oil and stuff like that and it is no big deal.  I know the studies about possible psychosis, but have never seen or even heard anecdotal stories of such a thing.  Some people drink coffee all the time or bite their nails, I smoke pot. I guess what I am saying is I don't see the big deal, it is a plant and a pretty benign one at that.  The only people who even give it a second thought are the ones who have very little or no experience with it.  And as far as possible overdose, I can tell you with more certainty than any scientist, it is not possible, believe me I tried!{#Lol}

 
I can say almost the same thing word for word including how old I was the first time.  I just have 9 more years on you is all.

On the potency, alls I can say is that if someone thinks that it is much more potent today than 50 years ago, then they didn't have very good connections over the years.  One toke stuff then and one toke now ?  One toke is one toke ...


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Posted: Feb 28, 2015 - 2:28am

 helenofjoy wrote:
Moderation in all things.  A good balance might help too. If the high THC content strains are resulting in increased psychosis, as studies seem to indicate, then maybe it would be wise to use a strain which is better balanced with other cannabinoids, which appear to moderate the effects of the THC.  We can't learn as much as we need to about this important plant if we don't have the legal means to study it properly.  I'm interested in a strain which will help with chronic pain, anxiety, sleeplessness, and the accompanying depression of FM.  This would be enormously helpful for so many people with so many crippling conditions!  I don't care so much about getting high on it as I do feeling better with it!

 
I ain't even gonna front, they don't make a high enough THC strain for me.  I suppose that is where the moderation thing comes in I suppose. I display moderation in all things in my life except for this plant.  I tried it at 13, had a religious experience, swore my allegiance to the plant and promised to smoke it as much as I could for the rest of my life. I have proudly kept my oath for almost 40 years now.  I hear of people saying that today's pot is so powerful, but to be honest I can't even remember thinking that I was too high or this is too strong or anything like that.  I even get the pure hash oil and stuff like that and it is no big deal.  I know the studies about possible psychosis, but have never seen or even heard anecdotal stories of such a thing.  Some people drink coffee all the time or bite their nails, I smoke pot. I guess what I am saying is I don't see the big deal, it is a plant and a pretty benign one at that.  The only people who even give it a second thought are the ones who have very little or no experience with it.  And as far as possible overdose, I can tell you with more certainty than any scientist, it is not possible, believe me I tried!{#Lol}
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Posted: Feb 27, 2015 - 4:03pm

 JrzyTmata wrote:

when medical mj was first taking hold, there was a little girl who needed it. one of the growers developed a strain that worked but didn't make her loopy. they named the strain after her. I don't remember what it was though. Google should find more info. don't know if it would work for pain management
I found it. it's called Charlotte's Web

 
What a cruel trick to play on a kid.
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Posted: Feb 27, 2015 - 3:52pm

 JrzyTmata wrote:

when medical mj was first taking hold, there was a little girl who needed it. one of the growers developed a strain that worked but didn't make her loopy. they named the strain after her. I don't remember what it was though. Google should find more info. don't know if it would work for pain management
I found it. it's called Charlotte's Web

 
Yeah - I would like to try that!
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Posted: Feb 27, 2015 - 7:54am

 helenofjoy wrote:
Moderation in all things.  A good balance might help too. If the high THC content strains are resulting in increased psychosis, as studies seem to indicate, then maybe it would be wise to use a strain which is better balanced with other cannabinoids, which appear to moderate the effects of the THC.  We can't learn as much as we need to about this important plant if we don't have the legal means to study it properly.  I'm interested in a strain which will help with chronic pain, anxiety, sleeplessness, and the accompanying depression of FM.  This would be enormously helpful for so many people with so many crippling conditions!  I don't care so much about getting high on it as I do feeling better with it!

 
when medical mj was first taking hold, there was a little girl who needed it. one of the growers developed a strain that worked but didn't make her loopy. they named the strain after her. I don't remember what it was though. Google should find more info. don't know if it would work for pain management
I found it. it's called Charlotte's Web


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Posted: Feb 27, 2015 - 7:34am

 Coaxial wrote:

{#Hug}Here's a hug for us both.

  {#Hug}  Yaay!  I finally figured it out!


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Posted: Feb 27, 2015 - 7:33am

 helenofjoy wrote:

I can't post emoticons anymore but if I could, it would be laughing!

 
{#Hug}Here's a hug for us both.


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Posted: Feb 27, 2015 - 7:31am

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You must be high.{#Wink}

 
I can't post emoticons anymore but if I could, it would be laughing!


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Posted: Feb 27, 2015 - 7:22am

 helenofjoy wrote:
Moderation in all things.  A good balance might help too. If the high THC content strains are resulting in increased psychosis, as studies seem to indicate, then maybe it would be wise to use a strain which is better balanced with other cannabinoids, which appear to moderate the effects of the THC.  We can't learn as much as we need to about this important plant if we don't have the legal means to study it properly.  I'm interested in a strain which will help with chronic pain, anxiety, sleeplessness, and the accompanying depression of FM.  This would be enormously helpful for so many people with so many crippling conditions!  I don't care so much about getting high on it as I do feeling better with it!

 
You must be high.{#Wink}
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Posted: Feb 27, 2015 - 7:17am

 helenofjoy wrote:
Moderation in all things.  A good balance might help too. If the high THC content strains are resulting in increased psychosis, as studies seem to indicate, then maybe it would be wise to use a strain which is better balanced with other cannabinoids, which appear to moderate the effects of the THC.  We can't learn as much as we need to about this important plant if we don't have the legal means to study it properly.  I'm interested in a strain which will help with chronic pain, anxiety, sleeplessness, and the accompanying depression of FM.  This would be enormously helpful for so many people with so many crippling conditions!  I don't care so much about getting high on it as I do feeling better with it!

 
And I do think adults should have the freedom to get high with it if they wish!  It just seems ludicrous to me that this whole marijuana is a dangerous drug thing even took hold!  Not just here - but all over the world!
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