The plants or branches should be loose and have some space between it and the next. It doesn't take a lot of space just as long as air can circulate. With a closet you do the same thing. You might want to put nails or thumbtacks in the walls for the strings or the clothes hanger bar may be enough. If you use a whole room you need to set up something to keep the plants hanging upside down off the floor. The first few days you allow more ventilation and as the plants get dryer you allow less. Amstel Gold is an Indica variety developed in California in the seventies and has been grown outdoors in
Holland since 1980. Smokes soft with a citrus like aroma and has a good high. Easy to grow, grows with long
compact resinous buds. One of the best green outdoor varieties in our collection. Razdan, Tetrahedron, 34, 1885
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.
pusher line of reasoning as to progressive drug use is sometimes cited: "...
, 185 (1942) Plotnikoff, and P , 23,1069 (1970)
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."
Grignard reaction followed by acid treatment furnished cannabinol 136
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with music and the plastic arts, but with all of the art forms. It occurs not merely because
of a physiological change in one or another specific sense, but is said to receive its
principal thrust from a change in thinking process, an impact on the mind, on one's
mentality, one's outlook on the world.19 Leslie Fiedler said at the 1969 "New Worlds"
drug conference at Buffalo, "The end of both drugs and the arts is exaltation and ecstasy."
Psychedelicists assert that marijuana, as the mildest of the psychedelics, allows the
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individual to transcend his background limitations, free himself from the encrustation of
lies in his past and unhook himself from a socialization of ignorance and error. Pot allows
the individual to communicate with his primal being, blocked so long by a repressive
civilization. Reality, high, may be viewed "as it really is," without the aid of artificial
props and distorting social lenses. In fact, the very meaning of being high is said to be
encapsuled in the term "ecstasy," from the Greek, meaning to get out of a fixed, inert state,
and to become one with the shimmering, pulsating cosmos.20
... we know much more than we think we know, and grass is one way of
tapping that rich field of knowledge, insight and revelation. Each of us has
stored up in the mind and in the body a mine of awareness.... But by
adulthood our pattern of thinking, of bringing out these thoughts, have
become pretty rigid. Old patterns of thought are repeated, and the same
conclusions are reached. But the unconscious has other answers locked
away; marijuana may be seen as a key to that attic. It breaks down this
pattern by forming new associations between previously unrelated
material... perhaps grass, by temporarily altering the chemistry of the brain,
stimulates new connections, linking up memories and information in
unusual ways. By this synthesis, fresh concepts are formed.... Whereas my
thinking is normally structured along traditional lines of linear thought,
reasoning, building from particulars to generalities, and vice versa, and
drawing associations, corollaries, various conclusions based on other ideas,
when I think behind grass, I frequently think in flashes of insight, which
may be related to what had previously just passed through my mind, or
which may not necessarily be related to anything that went through my
mind as much as 30 seconds before that. So thought is not so architectural
and not so "linear," but more "mosaic." The pot smoker sometimes makes
conceptual leaps that are difficult for others to follow.
In the McLuhan age, the important aspect of art is the experience of the
audience. The depth of the art is contingent on the number of responsive
chords struck in each individual; this indicates a kind of art that is
nonspecific and suggestive, rather than explicit and denotative. The images
produced 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 are tests to determine if someone has used
cannabis recently, in the last few hours, in the last few days, weeks or
months. However, alcohol is not banned in a lot of countries but
2) It happens. Some people do smoke too much pot and they become
docile to the point where they just want to watch television and eat.
However, if there is no money about, and the person needs to survive
or live somehow, you will soon find that person can restore their life
back to the way it was before they started their cannabis binge by
simply - Not smoking for a few days. A few days of not smoking is all
it takes to rid cannabis of any effects it has had on the human body.
There may be residual cannabinoids left in the system but this does not
pose any problems and will soon wear away.
This is not that easy with alcohol or heroin user. They will
have to go through a long period of detoxification before they can
resume a normal life. A cannabis user does not have to go through the
detoxification period because there simply is none. Not only does the
alcohol user have to spend a few days getting it out of his/her system
but they will also have to deal with the withdrawal symptoms. This can
last for months. With cannabis, it is simply, stop smoking cannabis
and resume operations as normal. (Note: Pharmaceutical firms would
love to sell a pill to cure cannabis addiction, but as of yet can not. They
can not prove that their pill does anything because there are no
cannabis withdrawal systems to observe. Thus the pill would be
deemed a fraudulent product if put on the market.) Also many
homeless people's living standards in most cases are attributed to
alcohol dependence/addiction and rarely, IF ever, is their low living
standard attributed to cannabis dependence. Cannabis dependence is
psychological. Treatment of cannabis addiction is done by psychiatrists
and psychologists and GP's. Heroin and alcohol is treated by
psychiatrists, psychologists, GP's and doctors of internal medicine for
the somatic systems of addiction.
3) This is a major problem because the government may have to set
people free from prison and radically change their justice department’s
stance on cannabis which means that jobs will be lost and revenues
(billions of this - $$$) will be lost if cannabis was decriminalized.
Cannabis prohibition is a booming industry that creates jobs and
capital. However if cannabis was decriminalized then these lost profits
could be derived from a new cannabis industry.
Probably one of the best sites for medical information is
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One other thing to mention is that street cannabis may
contain other added drugs. In most clinical cases, a person who
complains about cannabis addiction and shows physical signs of
addiction is not actually addicted to cannabis. They are addicted to the
other drug substances that the supplier has added to his produce to
make it stronger. 100% home grown clean cannabis does
ts which attempt to discredit its use and individuals who use it are
based on the assumption that the typical smoker is high a substantial portion of his waking
hours, if not the entire day. There is the feeling that if someone finds marijuana
pleasurable, he will want to become high all the time. If anyone can justify the use of the
drug occasionally, then why not frequently? The use of marijuana conjures in the mind of
the uninformed an image of the frequent or "chronic" user. Partly, this attitude is based on
the fear of the unknown, fear that anything which is threatening will become dominant,
overwhelming and destroying that which one values. Part of the image of the stoned
model stems from the world of narcotics addiction where, it is true, a huge proportion of
users eventually become chronic users.
An essential element in all of the traditional and conventional models of marijuana use
is the view that it is radically discontinuous with everyday life. Drug use is seen as
existing in a moral and empirical realm wherein all of the taken-for-granted rules of life
are suspended. What governs the law-abiding citizen is not thought to apply to the drug
user, since he is, the thinking goes, removed from the pale of the law.
I propose to substitute for these models that depend on the disjunction of the marijuana
user from everyday life two more useful models which, instead, rely on a linear
continuum between the user and the rest of society. In each of these classic models—the
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the pathology, the zero-sum, the escape from reality, and the
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stoned models of marijuana use—there is an either/ or assumption. One is a user, or he is
not; marijuana leads to heroin addiction, or it does not; marijuana causes psychotic
episodes, or it does not; marijuana use is a neurotic acting out, or it is not. I suggest that
the assumptions on which these models rest are empirically and conceptually inadequate;
they are simply erroneous.
If we look at the facts, we see not a discontinuity separating the marijuana smoker from
the rest of society, but a spectrum ranging from the nonuser, through the potential convert,
the experimenter, the occasional user, on up to the daily committed smoker who consumes
ten or twelve joints a day, and who is high most of the time. In a sense, it is improper to
speak of the marijuana user, since there are so many styles of use and degrees of
involvement. Generalizations which apply to the daily user may be completely erroneous
when applied to the experimenter, and so on. We can only say that one or another
statement is more or less likely to hold up for one or another group.
The idea that marijuana use could not only not detract from, but actually be associated
with, an improvement in the volume and quality of those very things that are generally
considered desirable, is heresy to the committed antimarijuana lobby, Nordqvist, and S Sheehan, Science, 177, 442 (1972) , 185 (1942) TllC(2) cb
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Chart 1 Most things spiritual are often misperceived as mysterious, when in fact true spirituality is
very real, matter of fact and practical.. In terms of a scientific understanding, physics describes vibration
as the number of oscillations per second, (Hertz) that an energetic system is moving at. In essence,
vibration is synonymous with frequency, and in terms of the experienced high, with �feeling pitch or
level�. Zitko, Tetrahedron Lett
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, 23,1069 (1970) 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 J A
The overall yield of 64 from ~1(7)_THC (13) was 13% Yhs Fh Lsonsw 66 condensed 129 with dihydroolivetol
130 to form the pyrone 131 which on dehydrogenation gave 132 Plotnikoff, and P 4) by Adams et al
This plant is especially developed for Skunk lovers.
Crossed of best Skunks to their Afghani ancestors.
against this plant and the room becomes immediately filled with powerful Skunk aroma.
Despite the smell a
very pleasant high with a little more
body to it than the Skunk #1. One of the winners of the 1990 High Times
Harvest Festival where it clearly defeated Skunk #1.This plant is especially developed for Skunk lovers. Crossed of best Skunks to their Afghani ancestors.
against this plant and the room becomes immediately filled with powerful Skunk aroma. Despite the smell a
high with a little more body to it than the Skunk 1. One of the winners of the 1990 High Times
Harvest Festival where it clearly defeated Skunk 1. Strategy in the Synthesis of (-)-L1'- and L1°-THCs and their Metabolites 211
soel Fujiwara, and U xplorer of unusual
and exotic mental realms, its mind-altering functions are in its favor. The ideologues of
the psychedelic movement—and marijuana is considered by most commentators as the
weakest of the psychedelic or hallucinogenic drugs—claim that every member of society
is lied to, frustrated, cheated, duped and cajoled, and so grows up totally deceived.
Barnacles of attitudes, values, beliefs, layer themselves upon the mind, making it
impossible to see things as they truly are. This ideology maintains that far from offering
an escape from reality, the psychedelic drugs thrust man more intensely into reality. By
suspending society's illusions, the voyager is able to see reality in the raw, with greater
verisimilitude. Aldous Huxley exclaimed, under the influence of mescaline, "This is how
one ought to see, how things really are."9
The antipsychedelic stance will, of course, deny the validity of this process. What is
real is the world as the undrugged person perceives it. Any alteration of the normal state
of consciousness is destructive and-inherently distorting. Drug use, it is claimed, is "a way
to shut out the real world or enter a world of unreality"; the psychedelic drug user attempts
to "take a trip away from the real world and to a society of his own making."10 But what
is astonishing about the controversy is that both sides presume to know precisely what
reality is. Whatever version we choose to guide our senses, we should not fail to see the
ideological character of the controversy. Both orientations are to a large degree arbitrary,
conventional. Epistemological questions cannot be resolved by fiat or empirical test. Even
the natural sciences rest on faith, an unprovable assumption that the senses convey valid
information. Yet each side insists that it alone has a monopoly on knowing what is true
and what false, what is real and what illusory. Both sides attempt to mask the capricious
nature of their decision with an air of legitimacy and absolute validity. Taking a
relativistic stance toward both perspectives, we are forced to regard both as statements of
a distinctly political nature. An essential component of dominant medical and
psychological thinking about illicit drug use is that it is undesirable, that the user should
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be treated in such a manner that he discontinues use. The user is felt, rightly or wrongly,
to threaten some of the more strongly held cultural values of American society:
In my opinion, psychopharmacologic agents may be divided into two major
categories depending on the manner in which they either help or hinder the
individual in his adaptation to society.
Drugs may be used in one of two ways to help relieve... tensions: by
sufficiently diminishing emotional tension to permit the individual to
function or by allowing the individual to totally escape from reality.
Sedatives, tranquilizers, and antidepressant Sheehan, Science, 177, 442 (1972) Zitko, Tetrahedron Lett