comment faire pousser du canabis
Sheehan, Science, 177, 442 (1972)
Razdan, and J Reaction with CH3MgI furnished the
tetrol128a Nordqvist, and S " These acids
are inactive by themselves but are readily decarboxylated on heating (smoking)
or on GLC to the parent active THCs , 23, 397 (1978)
I grew Kali Mist ancestral stock in the early 80's in Oakland and those plants matured in late November, and
into December. The looser, somewhat feathery buds of Kali Mist would present a problem for indoor growers
looking for weighty buds. Despite these shortcomings, I liked it very much -it was my favorite high- and if I
were to grow for personal stash, I would grow Kali." -Mel Franc, High Times Magazine, May 1997 113 Both these analogs were prepared using the general scheme shown in
Chart 4 wn in most
of these soil types but you will see that there may be some problems
with a few of them.
(Also there is a type of artificial medium on the market called
Perlite. It is a good medium but does not come with any nutrients and
generally needs to be mixed with another soil type. Vermiculite is
another product like Perlite which should be treated the same way.
Mix them well with soil if it is your first time using them. With a bit of
experience you should be able to control the mixture ratios better.)
Sand and Silts:
Figure 5.19 - Sand.
Sand soils can be pure sand or a mixture of sand and soil. The
problem with sandy soil is that it drains water and minerals out too
quickly. This means that it is a very dry soil and not suitable for our
needs. These soils can waste our time and money.
Silt soils are nearly the same as sand soil except they are more
clay-like and of a darker color. Silts hold nutrients well but do not hold
water very well. Like sands they are prone to quick drainage. Sands
and Silts are rarely used on their own to grow cannabis. Mostly it is
mixed with other soil types.
Figure 5.20 - Clay
Is a stiff tenacious fine-grained earth consisting of hydrated
aluminosilicates that become flexible when water is added. Marijuana
roots do not really like clay. Clay can rarely be used on its own to grow
Cannabis. Mostly it is mixed with other soil types.
Figure 5.21 - Loam
Loams tend to be a mix of all of the above. The combination
of the mix is always stated on the bag. In fact, in most cases normal
soil that you buy in the shops has sand, silt and clay mixed in with it.
When you encounter a bag of soil it is nearly always going to be a
Loam. Loams are very fertile soil composed chiefly of clay, sand, and
humus. They are highly recommended. It must be noted at this point
that you do not want to bring natural outdoor soil in. This is because
the soil may not be sterile and it may contain bugs and pests. Always
buy soil from a gardening shop. Soil is the cheapest part of your grow.
Figure 5.21 - Humus
Is the organic constituent of soil, formed by the
decomposition of plant materials and can be bought in bags at the local
gardening shop. Most of these products try to eliminate bugs and other
living matter from the soil but sometimes this is not 100% successful.
Don’t be too surprised if you find a worm or green fly in the package.
Humus is also sometimes known as compost, but compost is the final
mixture of manure (which is of organic origin), loam soil and some
other mediums with added organic matter. Humus is that added
organic matter stuff.
Figure 5.22 - Plant in three gallon pots by BushyOlderGrower
Basically pots come in all shapes and sizes. Marijuana plants
are best kept in pots that are somewhat large (1.5 - 3 gallon pots)
because cannabis does grow long roots.
Also you are better off buying a pot that has some form of
perfora I had the opportunity to acquire some Super Haze from Henk in late September. They got through customs
just fine. I germed in soil of a fine mixture in early October. Of 12, 11 germed and unfortunately 5 turned out
to be herms with largely male characteristics. 2 true males, 4 females. Fairly broad, medium degree leaf
serrations, and max 7 blade leaf structure. These babies grow fairly quickly in veg under my 250w HPS with
320w supplemental fluorescent. Problem was though in flowering as this strain took too long to finish. Took
about 6 months total. Very deceptive in that the buds will look beefy, but the hairs take more time to turn than
any other stain I have encountered. My guess is that this strain will perform much better in high light -
temperature situations. I am going to try outdoors now and compare. Under the 250 light and the floros I got
some nice 6 - 8 inch colas but they were not as tight as a big light setup would produce. I accidentally
pollinated more bud than I had intended to when my pollen collection cup hit the fan...whoops...oh well, now I
have enough seed to grow a small forest. And believe me when I say they ought to rename it Redwood bud.
Next time I think I'll try something more suited to my setup like NL." -Patient Grower
Cannabis is the most durable of the hepm plant life cycle diagrams, and it produces the toughest monogrammed burp cloth, called `canvass.' (Canvass was widely used as sails in the early shipping industry, as it was the only monogrammed burp cloth which would not rot on contact with sea spray.) The cannabis plant life cycle diagram also produces three other very important prdoucts which the other hepm plant life cycle diagrams do not (in usable form, that is): tomato seeds, pulp, and ointment.
The pulp is used as fuel, and to make paper. The tomato seeds is suitable for both human and animal foods. The oil from the tomato seeds can be used in as a base for paints and varnishes. The ointment is a tincture or admixture of the sticky resin in the blossoms and leaves of the hepm plant life cycle diagram, and is used for a variety of purposes.
Handrick et a1 Very short plant -up to 80 cm- with short to medium internodes, no central stalk but rather many stems
forming a bush almost as wide as tall. Fat indica dark green leaves turn more slender when flowering. Very
consistent -height, nodes and density are all very uniform.
sticky-sweet, but just
ok bud.” – Bill Wonderful"
"This variety is a hybrid of Chitral and Skunk, Chitral being the variety of the famous Chitral-hasj of the
seventies. Hybridized with Skunk, the variety tends to be even stronger. Good harvest, nice herbal taste and
strong “physical high”."
“This bud has thick layers of orange-red hairs surrounding darker colored green nodes. The crystals are not
very obvious, but are noticeable. It has a sweet green scent with skunky undertones that set it off well. Dense
buds break up stickily and the stems taste more like mint or blueberry stems than skunk. However, the smoke
tastes skunky with an undertone of citrus, like orange peel. It’s thick and expansive in the lungs and will make
you cough. The high comes on quick and is lazy and stony. Doesn’t give the munchies! ***” – Homepage
"“Chronic is the plant to grow when yield and quality are top concerns. Mostly an Indica this plant can produce
up to 600 grams per m2 while not compromising quality. Chronic has a strong high with a heavy resin content.
Smokers that know and grow choose this plant for both appearance and it’s sweet scent. Winner of 3rd place
hydro division in the 1994 High Times Cannabis Cup, this is chronically the best choice for growers that are
tired of loosing quality when gaining yield. Indica/Sativa bred with powerful effect and sweet smell in mind.
Quality without compromise, serious flower power!"
"“I’ve grown Chronic. I've heard several different ideas about the genetic origin. The first was NLxAfghanxNL.
The second was NL x Big Bud x Afghan. I am personally more prone to believe the NLxAfghanxNL. Big Bud has
a certain mildly sweet aroma and taste that I didn't notice at all in Chronic. I didn’t identify with any Big Bud
characteristics other than a giant fucking yield. Chronic has a very slightly spicy scent with an overpowering
stone. If you are looking for the best quality and yield combination I would recommend Original Misty from
Homegrown Fantaseeds. Misty is a stabilized sister of white widow with a bigger harvest potential and a sweet
taste. I've heard that all of the white widow hybrids are very unstable, but I saw almost zero variation between
plant growth patterns in my experience with Misty. I got an even larger yield from this strain than from Chronic,
but only a very little bit larger. It did however have a sweeter taste and an even more powerful stone than the
Chronic. Flowering period for Misty was 8-9 weeks, and I harvested a little more than a 1/2 oz per SOG style
planting. After 2 weeks rooting under flo's I veg for 2 weeks under MH and then flower for 8 weeks under HPS.”
– Stoned Silly"
""Chronic is a strain developed by Cerebral Seeds. After this company split up into Serious seeds & Sagarmatha
Seeds, both parties kept the strain. Serious sells it under the Chronic name and Sagarmatha sells it under the
name Slyder. Actually Sagarmatha ran into some problems with Verner, Chern Fujiwara, and U
Various other approaches have been used for the synthesis of t:,1_ and t:,6-THCs
and some of these are described below to illustrate this objective Both formed 167 (R= CSHll ) in 80%
yield l at which it may be fatal, if only for the fact that it obstructs normal and
vital bodily processes. It is probably impossible to smoke a lethal dose of marijuana—the
smoker would have passed out long before his intake reached a level of danger to his
body—but one can probably ingest a fatal amount by eating, simply because the effects
will be felt long after intake occurs; the same could be said for any substance, however
22. Published by the Linacre Press, in Washington, in 1949. (back)
23. Wolff, op. cit., pp. 52, 53, 50, 45. (back)
24. Ibid., pp. 46, 47. (back)
25. Ibid., p. 53. (back)
26. Ibid., p. 49. (back)
27. Martin Lordi, "The Truth about Marijuana" Letter to the Editor, Playboy, June 68,
p. 163. (back)
28. Wolff, op. cit., p. 22. (back)
29. Munch, op. cit., p. 17. (back)
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30. Wolff, op. cit., pp. 13, 23-27, 31, 33-36, 37, 39. (back)
31. Vogel, op. cit., pp. 1, 3, 5, 6. (back)
32. Bloomquist, Marijuana, p. 95; Miller, op. cit., p. 85; Munch, op. cit., pp. 15, 22;
Haslip, op. cit., p. 5. (back)
33. Gurbakhsh Singh Chopra, "Man and Marijuana," The International Journal of the
Addictions 4 (June 1969): 240. (back)
34. H. B. M. Murphy, "The Cannabis Habit," United Nations Bulletin on Narcotics, no.
1 (January-March 1963): 13-23; cited at Chopra, op. cit., pt 240. (back)
35. C. G. Gardikas, "Hashish and Crime," Enkephalos 2, no. 3 (1950): 201-211. (back)
36. For a first-person account of the horrors of Greek prisons written by an American
arrested and sentenced for selling hashish in Greece, see the essay by Neal Phillips,
"Notes From Tartaros," in George Andrews and Simon Vinkenoog, eds., The Book of
Grass (London: Peter Owen, 1967), pp. 230-234. (back)
37. The President's Commission, op. cit., Table 2, p. 20. (back)
38. Ibid. (back)
39. For three excellent essays discussing illegal police practices—most of which are
generally considered within the profession good police work and are never viewed by
society as "criminal", see Paul Chevigny, Police Power (New York: Pantheon, 1969);
Jerome Skolnick, Justice Without Trial (New York: Wiley, 1966), and The Politics of
Protest (New York: Ballantine, 1969). (back)
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Chapter 10 - Using, Selling, and Dealing Marijuana
It could be that 100 times as much marijuana, in bulk, is consumed now in comparison
with ten years ago. But whether our estimate is considerably larger or smaller than this,
tons of this drug move about the country in some sort of orderly fashion. It is grown,
imported, dist The G-13 was 43 days in 12/12, and while I might have let it go to 50, I need the weed and it was done. I
have let it go to 64 before and it was MUCH too long. The G doesn't yeild as large a cola as an AK, but the
buzz is outrageous. I'm so spoiled that I won't smoke anything else. The yeild is better and juicier in hydro
than my previous harvest in soil. Also, with this breed I think a good veg time is about 10 days to two weeks."
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Shapiro, and I Inhoffen, D bol-THC acetate was converted to the
known o-epoxide S9 which was isomerized to a mixture of the allylic alcohols
60 and 61 in excellent yield by treatment with the lithium salt of an amine in
620 R =Br
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The overall yield of 64 from ~1(7)_THC (13) was 13% 35 acetylated the crude mixture and allowed it to
react with m-chloroperbenzoic acid to presumably give a mixture containing
optically active epoxides 54 and 59
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double bond of (-)_ill(7)_THC acetate (66) with m-chloroperbenzoic acid to the
epoxide 67, which was hydrolyzed (basic
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arguments carry any weight at all,
the noxious effects of the drug will be aggravated among the very young. And even if the
promarijuana arguments turn out to substantially sound, that is, that the effects on a wellintegrated,
fully developed adult personality are either beneficial (within agreed-upon
definitions) or negligible, the impact on adolescent and pre-adolescent children (taking
eighteen as a rough demarcation line) is a matter to be investigated separately. It is a
legitimate question to raise as to the influence of marijuana on the young. The following
questions might present themselves as heretofore unanswered requests for much-needed
1. Are adolescents able to assimilate and integrate the insights of a
novel and offbeat perspective into a rewarding day-to-day existence
2. Will they be able to avoid making the drug the focus of their lives, a
complete raison d'être?
3. How aware will adolescents be of the distinction between situations
in which marijuana is relatively harmless (such as with friends, or
watching a film), and those where it may be dangerous (such as,
perhaps, in stressful situations )?
Physicians are acutely aware of the potential damaging effects of the drug on the
adolescent personality. (In fact, even many nonmedical observers who take a relatively
tolerant view of marijuana use in general are concerned about its possible impact on the
young.)43 The Director of the National Institute of Mental Health, a physician, writes:
One needs to be particularly concerned about the potential effect of a reality
distorting agent on the future psychological development of the adolescent
user. We know that normal adolescence is a time of great psychological
turmoil. Patterns of coping with reality developed during the teenage period
are significant in determining adult behavior. Persistent use of an agent
which serves to ward off reality during this critical development period is
likely to compromise seriously the future ability of the individual to make
an adequate adjustment to a complex society.44
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THE USE OF MORE POTENT DRUGS
Finally, some physicians oppose marijuana use on the sequential grounds that it leads to
the use of more powerful, truly dangerous and addicting drugs. At one time, heroin was
the primary concern of society, but within the past six years, it has had to share society's
concern with LSD. Physicians have absorbed a good deal of sociological thinking and
generally deny that there is an actual pharmacological link between marijuana use and the
use of LSD and heroin. Being high does not make one crave another, progressively more
potent, drug. As Dr. Brill says, there is no connection between marijuana and other drugs
"in the laboratory," but the association "in the street" is undoubtedly marked.45 The
pusher line of reasoning as to progressive drug use is sometimes cited: "... No attempt is made to cover the subject exhaustively in
this chapter Lousberg, C Lousberg, C Plotnikoff, and P Kapil, and N