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50 = Princess/(ShivaSkunk/Princess'Brother)
P.75 = Princess/P.
Cinderella 88 = Princess/P.75
Cinderella 99 = Princess/Cinderella 88"
"Each generation exhibited a MAJOR jump in potency (P.50 was rather mellow)...P.75 has a well-balanced
body/mind high with a citrus flavour, Cinderella 88 is cerebral & paralyzing with a tropical fruit flavour, and
Cinderella 99 is ""TRIP WEED""...with more of the fruity flavour and speedy effect from Princess.” - MrSoul
“Princess.75 finished outside in northern Kentucky Oct 15, (killer smoke!) The 99's Comment Entretenir Une Plante De Cannabis
should also, I would think.
do intend to find out! No mold and it was quite wet too.” – 27yrs"
"“I grew out Cinderella 88 and in my experience the Great White Shark is a more interesting line although
admittedly my luck with C88 was not the best. The one female I was vouchsafed grows more like a vine then a
tree and is difficult to clone and cultivate. However the psychoactivity of the floral clusters is very intense and the
stone is complex and very cerebral. This is a very potent plant, indeed. But if I didn't know it was Cindy, I
confess I might have let this plant go a while ago. As it is I am trying to find ways to accommodate the plant's
finickiness because of its lineage.
But I wonder if the BG's cross between the original princess and a Green
House male White Widow (Ice Princess) might not be a more propitious way of including Bg's Princess genetics
in one's garden. The hybrid vigor that results from crossing two great plants of differing genetic backgrounds
creates the best stock for cultivation, in my opinion.” – Moose"
"“I want to comment that your result with the Cinderella 88 is NOT typical: I have grown an awful lot of them, and
I have never seen one that was remotely ""vine-like"". They're usually Sativa-dominant hybrid phenotype with
moderate leaf width, short & stocky stature, heavy branching, extremely high flower/leaf ratio and unparalleled
resin production. The flowering plants smell like fruity cotton-candy. In my experience, they usually root through
a 2 inch rockwool cube in 10 days.
and I don't even use rooting hormones.” –MrSoul"
"“Cinder: There's been a lot of talk about this strain. All I can say is that I'm very glad I grew this one. Fast, nice
yields, great high. Harvested at 49 days--maybe even a little too long. While most really bite ya in the ass, the
occasional bud out of my jar is simply wicked. I actually got lost a few blocks from my house--shit that hasn't
happened in 10 years.” - shaggy"
"“There are 10 C99's flowering at day 32 in the hydroponics online 2-liter bottle ebb-and flow system using GH
nutes and Pure blend at about 1600 ppm(they could probably take more!!).
I have to say these plants are
unbelievable! The situation is that the buds are becoming too heavy for the branches, including some of the
It looks like some of the side buds will be scraping the floor by harvest!” - KGB"
"“I agree that c99 appears to be something sp
role of marijuana. Yet how easily we
transfer the "effects" of this drug, whether American marijuana or the more potent Middle
Eastern hashish, from one cultural and economic setting to the other. It is doubtful that the
comparison is relevant at all, since none of the basic conditions are remotely similar.
The promarijuana lobby tells us that marijuana is a gentle herb, nothing more than
pressed flowers and leaves, a peaceful and love-inducing substance. Both sides assume
that there is some sort of property lodged within the drug itself that dictates to its users
how to act under its influence. But whether it does, in fact, have this pacific property or
not depends wholly on who uses it. If it is used by a social group that thinks marijuana is a
pacific weed, whose members, when initiating a neophyte, preach a gospel of peace and
love, discourage violent displays, and weave this peace motif into the things they do when
high, then we should not be surprised that marijuana turns out to have a peace-inducing
property. Only the most naive believes that marijuana creates a peaceful way of life out of
whole cloth and induces it in those who are not peaceful. Both motorcycle gangs and
hippies are prone to use marijuana but with very different results. Obviously, there is more
to the picture than the laboratory properties of the drug.
I will attempt in this volume an overall study of the sociology of marijuana use. I will
explore the myths clinging to it, the attitudes of the contestants in the marijuana debate,
the question of who uses it, under what circumstances, and with what consequences. To
answer many of the questions concerning marijuana use, it is necessary at times to leave
the sociological level and deal with related issues. For instance, when discussing the
effects of marijuana, I will reject the radically sociologistic approach—that the effects of
the drug are wholly a function of its social definitions—and attempt an exposition on the
objective properties of the drug's pharmacology. In other words, I have adopted a
multidimensional approach, my perspective often shifts from one level to another. At the
same time we wish to understand the drug's nonsociological aspects more or less only
insofar as they relate to, interpenetrate with, influence and are influenced by, the users'
social life and the lives of those who interact with them. We court confusion with this kind
of multifaceted perspective, but it is necessary if we are to understand the totality of
marijuana's impact on the social life of any society.
Overview of Marijuana and Marijuana Use
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The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 1
Incidences of events connected with cannabis use, whether true or phantasmagoric,
survive historically because they are useful ideologically. The history of marijuana use is,
in itself, a study in creative mythology. This is as true of the history of the Assassins as it
is of the Indian peace pipe.
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