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comment recolter du cannabis
166 (1971) of a low dosage, while four did so with a high dosage.
(No report was given for the experienced users, who may have learned to compensate for
the time-altering effect of the drug.) In this case, our informal reports and the laboratory
findings to some extent corroborate one another. It is impossible at this point to locate the
source of this phenomenon, but it is possible that the exaggeration of mood described by
my informants might have a good deal to do with it. Somehow, the drug is attributed with
the power to crowd more "seeming" activity into a short period of time. Often nothing will
appear to be happening to the outside observer, aside from a few individuals slowly
smoking marijuana, staring into space and, occasionally, giggling at nothing in particular,
yet each mind will be crowded with past or imagined events and emotions, and
significance of massive proportions will be attributed to the scene, so that activity will be
imagined where there is none. Each minute will be imputed with greater significance; a
great deal will be thought to have occurred in a short space of time. More time will be
conceived of as having taken place. Time, therefore, will be seen as being more drawnout.
One of our respondents, a twenty-six-year-old secretary, expressed it this way: "Time
is different. You think it may take like five years to pick up a cigarette."
Marijuana's reported effect on memory is one of the more fascinating aspects of the
drug's impact; almost one-fifth of the respondents said that, while high, they tended to
forget simple things, that their memory seemed to be impaired by the drug. Psychologists
divide memory into three zones, corresponding functionally to three areas of the brain;
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these are immediate, recent, and long-term memory. The marijuana smoker never forgets
who he is, who his friends are, or where he is, but he may forget what he has been saying
just ten seconds before. Weil and Zinberg pinpoint this speech impairment to marijuana's
selective impact on the various memory functions in the brain:
If this effect can be demonstrated, it is likely that it is, itself, a manifestation
of a more general acute effect of marihuana on a specific mental function:
namely, an interference with ultra-short (or immediate) memory. By
immediate memory we mean memory over the past few seconds. To be
more precise, the interference seems to be with retrieval of information
while it is an immediate memory storage; once it passes into the next
(recent-memory) storage, it again seems to be easily accessible to
Whatever the physiological foundation of the effect, my informants commonly report it
occurring. One user told me: "I can't remember what I said two seconds after I said it. I'm
unaware of whether I actually said anything or not, even just after I've said it." In fact,
most of the activities which involve forgetfulness whi , 83, 245 (1949); H
are tests to determine if someone has used
cannabis recently, in the last few hours, in the last few days, weeks or
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
yhs-mystartdefault image 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
Shayana cannabis 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
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6 Inhoffen, D " These acids
are inactive by themselves but are readily decarboxylated on heating (smoking)
or on GLC to the parent active THCs 2
With respect to marijuana (and other psychedelic drugs), however, comments of users indicate that
dosage is only an approximate, and sometimes quite fallible, guide to level of intoxication. Neophytes
may ingest very large quantities of marijuana without feeling any effect. Experienced users generally
report they can become very intoxicated on quantities of marijuana that are small compared to what they
originally required. Further, not only will using the same amount of marijuana from the same supply
result in different degrees of intoxication for a user at different times, many users have special
techniques for raising or lowering their level of intoxication by psychological means.
Users commonly evaluate the potency of marijuana offered for sale by smoking a fixed quantity of it
and rating the level of intoxication thereby attained. In the present study I formalized this procedure by
asking users to rate, on the basis of their extensive experience, the minimal level of intoxication
necessary to experience various intoxication effects. That is, certain effects may be experienced at all
levels of intoxication, others in the moderate and high levels, others only at the high levels. The minimallevel
model, then, assumes there is a threshold level of intoxication below which a certain effect cannot
usually be experienced and above which it can be experienced (assuming other conditions are right for a
potential effect). Once this minimal level is passed, the effect is potentially available at all higher levels.
For example, slowing of time is practically never reported at very low levels of intoxication, but is
usually reported at moderate and higher levels. This model is further discussed in Chapter 24.
The theoretical rationale for self-reporting of depth of an altered state of consciousness may be found
in detail elsewhere (Tart, in press). Briefly, in the course of his marijuana use, a user finds that certain
phenomena become available when using more marijuana and that the progression of phenomena with
increasing dose follows a fairly regular sequence through most of the times he has become intoxicated.
In the future he can then examine what is happening to him, survey the phenomena he can and can't
experience, and estimate his degree of intoxication from this. 4 I have found this kind of selfestimation
of level to be extremely useful in the study of hypnosis (Tart, 1970a), and Frankenhaeuser
(1963) has found estimates of intoxication correlate very highly with dosage levels for nitrous oxide
STUDYING MARIJUANA INTOXICATION
In spite of all the sources of variability and uniqueness discussed above, we still commonly talk of
marijuana intoxication as a state, implying that there is a relatively common pattern superimposed on the
varied manifestations that result from using marijuana. Our present information as to what that pattern
is, is very poor.
We presently have two sources 6 of informa , 23, 397 (1978)
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." iscredited. An elaborate charade is played out; debater's points
are scored—with no acknowledgment from the other side—and no one is converted.
Inexorably, American society undergoes massive social change, and the surface froth of
marijuana use and the marijuana controversy changes with it.
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1. Peter L. Berger and Thomas Luckmann, The Social Construction of Reality (Garden
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Renata Adler, "The Screen: Head, Monkees Movie for a Turned-on Audience," The New
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6. Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964). (back)
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8. G. Joseph Tauro, "A Judicial Opinion: Commonwealth v. Joseph D. Leis and Ivan
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15. Bloomquist, op. cit., p. 122-126; Henry Brill, "Why Not Pot Now? Some Questions
and Answers About Marijuana," Psychiatric Opinion 5, no. 5 (October 1968): 2021;
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17. Joel Fort, "The , 191, 166 (1971) 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 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 Metabolites Functionalized in the Aromatic Ring
The n-pentyl side chain of the aromatic ring is the main site of metabolic
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Strategy in the Synthesis of (-)-L1'- and L1°-THCs and their Metabolites 211
soel Strategy in the Synthesis of (-)-L1'- and L1°-THCs and their Metabolites 211
Synthesis of(+)-cis-t,I- and t,6-THC's
Razdan and Handrick/? had earlier reported a one-step stereospecific synthesis
of (- )-t,I-THC (1) from a carene derivative
For a cash cropper with a lot of free time then it might be a good strain, but the buyers will search for the resin gland
on the budz, it can be a problem for those who sell their crop. If I compare the Kong to the numerous Big Bud
harvests I have seen, there is nothing so special about the yield of the Kong, it is just a very good yielder but
still very unstable judging by those last Kong report we have read lately. So the final thoughts are: No, I would
not buy the Kong for my own personal smoke (potency, buzz and ordinary taste) and No neither I won't use
this strain for a future crop even if the yield was really good, because of the Time/yield factor. But yes, a
newbie would find this strain very interesting and he would be happy to tell his friends that he have had a hell
of a good yield. I can't give the Weight details on the board, but I can say that 4 clones = 1 pound. (Almost
the double weight of the northern light but it took much longer to achieve it though).” – Orchid Man 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. , 191, 166 (1971)
4) by Adams et al
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The overall yield of 64 from ~1(7)_THC (13) was 13%
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.
The ratio of 60/61 was controlled by the size of the substituent on the