21 February 2018 16:08:02grainesdebeuh
The most mind-blowing weed BY FAR, that I've ever smoked (in 25 years of steady smoking) is Haze. It's like
taking LSD. I can't even rate a second or third because NOTHING ELSE COMES CLOSE TO HAZE." –Mr Soul
"Cleaner, cerebral buzz from the pure sativa. Haze is a super sativa of four sativas; Colombian, Mexican, Thai,
and South Indian. Haze is one of the few genuine, pure sativas in existence (from BC Seeds catalog). Mine is
the original haze from positronics. It has very long, slim fan leaves. the plants are so limp that the large new
fans make the tops droop over kinda like a sunflower. its definately a pure sativa strain. toke it easy on
mature haze. i have some original haze barely budding and its already a killer. did our haze have long skinny
leaves and limpy plants haven't got to try any mature bud yet,but the 2 week into flowering green tips give
me a better buzz than mature durban bud. unfortunately i just had to put them outside into a longer light cycle
so maturity will probably be delayed. i do believe it will be some of the best of the bunch when mature."-Toker2
g her flower
cluster. This picture is from Strawdog.
Cannabis plants have been living on this planet for thousands,
maybe millions of years, and have been doing so for quite some time
before man’s intervention and after. Cannabis can grow nearly
everywhere and anywhere as long as the temperature is not too low
and there is enough sunlight and food present for the plant to flourish.
In Asia, one can travel to the various regions around Mongolia and
visit the cannabis plant naturally growing on the hillsides and across
the vast plains, sometimes covering entire hill faces and spreading
down onto the valley below. The Cannabis plant is a very adaptable
plant and can grow both in and outdoors.
The Cannabis plant has managed to travel across the globe
without the help of man. The seed has been carried by the wind, in
bird droppings and has attached itself to animals that can, and do, trek
over long distances.
As you can see Mother Nature has distributed this plant in many ways.
The origins of the Cannabis plant are not entirely clear but
today it is generally recognized by most biologists and cannabis
researchers that it began its life somewhere in the Himalayas (Figure
Figure 1.1 - This is section of the map of Asia. The area in the square
is where scientists believe cannabis started its Life.
Today, human intervention has caused the Cannabis plant to
grow under more controlled conditions and in areas where the plant
would not have had a previous history. It is estimated that in most
countries there must be at least 2 - 12 different cannabis strains
Wild Cannabis plants are rare in countries that have tried to
eliminate the plant by burning fields and conditioning woodlands. In
certain countries the Cannabis plant has been identified as a dangerous
drug and has been killed off by human beings and law enforcement
officials. It is treated as a weed and as a plant that causes social,
mental and physical problems. None of these reasons for removing the
plant are well founded but the cull of cannabis has occurred anyhow.
The Cannabis plant was used for many things other than the
extraction of THC (to be discussed later). Our ancestors, up until the
late 1800’s early 1900’s, used the Cannabis plant to create clothing
and other materials. The Cannabis plant or ‘hemp’ as it is called in the
textile industry is a very strong material and will withstand large
amounts of stress applied to it. Hemp material is widely regarded as
one of the best possible materials for producing fabrics. A pair of
trousers made from hemp, or a shirt made from hemp will withstand
the test of time. It is a far more superior material than cotton. This
should give you some clues as to why the fabrics industry wanted to
put a stop to the cultivation of marijuana in the late 1800’s. Hemp
fabric products will last longer than cotton fabric products thus the
buyer buys less over longer periods of time. This is th
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