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  1. 3 points
    You can tell they have started flowering... peace, tw
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    KarrMcDebt

    Sensi Seeds Skunk #1 ~

    Chomping at the bit, SOOO ready for harvest.
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    here is my first experiment into dwc for these plants vs just hydro and ebb/flow, and just switched back to that bit under 2 years ago, I think is when found it on the internet. So, both plants came from the same tray of the same clones, not the same phenos, cut at the same time and treated exactly the same, bucket color is different also. Not surprisingly the one that looks the best also has the best roots. The others are the TW8 been playing with (blue lime pie (f) x white nightmare (m). peace
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    Hey, here's an entry for you...talk about "how many times can a guy do a 180"! I grew up in a church, back in the 70's, that had it's own treatment facility for addicts. They were pretty good - local judges used to offer deals to first-time offenders, as an alternative to incarceration. Needless to say, marijuana was a BIG no-no. BTW, it didn't matter that our parents were "teaching us to drink in moderation", even if they were usually too drunk to spell "moderation" - just DON'T let those kids use drugs!! By the time I was seventeen, I was a daily "maintenance" drinker, and I tried pot for the first time. Within a short period of time, I was going through an ounce every 2 - 3 weeks. When I went off to college @ WSU in Pullman, the guys in my dorm called me "Potsie"...and NOT because I looked like the guy in "Happy Days"! Anyway, I pretty much kept up my use of anything that would get me loaded until 1986. I had "laid off the grass", but my drinking was way beyond manageable. In November of that year, I got a DUI. That was when I got clean & sober. Okay, so now I'm back in the "pot is bad" camp. Very little was known about the medicinal benefits of cannabis back then, so yeah..."pot is bad". Right? Wrong!! About 14 years after I got sober, I was walking down the hallway at work, and I suddenly dropped to the ground. My head felt like someone was using it for batting practice, and I couldn't see. That was December of 1999...my first migraine! I was given intravenous Compazene, and my wife had to come pick me up from the hospital. But I couldn't keep going back to the hospital every time one of these hit...the ER bills would kill me, if the pain didn't! So, I went north of the border, and got codeine. I only used them when the migraine kicked in, and sparingly, at that. I bought a total of 3 bottles over the years, and all three expired while still quite full. That experience introduced me to a concept that most of you might laugh at, but is something the addict doesn't think about....we only take medication when we're sick! In 2008, I moved to Ohio. That was when I started reading about cannabis as a treatment for chronic pain, including migraines. I have to admit, I was very, very scared. Other than alcohol, pot was my drug of choice back in the day. But this goes back to the statement I just made. This isn't "pot", and it isn't "grass"....this is CANNABIS...and it HEALS. I became involved with different movements to help Ohio get a medical cannabis law. Along the way, I met patients. People who had MS, people with epilepsy, people with fibromyalgia. Most of those people weren't in a position where they could produce their own cannabis. I was - but I don't use much at all (remember that whole "we only take medicine when we're sick" thing?) Anyway, I started growing...for them! Yes, I do charge....but nowhere near street value...probably about 60% of what you would pay in a dispensary. That covers the cost of lighting, equipment and supplies. When someone can't afford it, I've given away ounce after ounce. This isn't business...this is more of a non-profit, and sometimes we don't make enough to cover expenses....oh, well... Yes, what I do is illegal. Though we now have a medical cannabis law, after two years there is no way for patients to get a medical card, or a way for them to legally purchase cannabis. Sweet law, huh? I look at it this way - if I see a suffering human being, and I'm in a position that I can help them (especially when the State is saying "Neener, neener, you can't have any") I'm a total asshat if I look the other way. Yes, my freedom is important - but is it more important than the people I help? That's where you have to learn about putting your money where your mouth is (quite literally!). My favorite story that I love to tell in circles where people argue about the "dangers of pot", was when my wife and I went back to Seattle to see my daughter graduate. My wife can't fly, so we drove. Okay, so I will preface this by saying up front that people who suffer from migraines should never spend two days in a row driving into the sunset, no matter what kind of sunglasses you wear!! By the time we pulled into the 405/I-5 traffic that *is* Seattle, I was pretty much on the floorboards of the car, with my wife driving. She kept asking if we should go to a hospital. Can anyone say "Out-of-Network"? Yeah....no. No hospital. We found our hotel, dropped everything off, then headed for the first rec dispensary we could find. I got a 10mg square of indica chocolate. We went back to the hotel, and I ate that thing like it was going to crawl away if I didn't. I slept for 12 hours. When I woke up the next day, there were NONE of the attendant "day-after" symptoms from a migraine - no nausea, no confusion, no problem focusing my attention on things. I went out, bought my coffee and pastry at one of those "Hey - y'r boobies are almost showin!" coffee stands (Gotta love Seattle, right?) and went to have breakfast at the marina. So, do I smoke/use to get high? NOPE. When I use, it's enough to knock me out and get whatever that broken thing in my head is to do a reset and ditch the migraine. It works - just like I've seen it work in my patients with diabetic nerve pain, fibro, MS, and other ailments. There is NO legitimate reason why what I am doing now is not legal, and I will keep fighting to make it so!
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    Hey, stranger!! Been a long time...loving the posts!
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    Closer to temperature, few weeks ago bp got up to 193/109, caused me to put note on my monitor with those numbers and RELAX! under it.
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    The Effect of Cannabis on Pregnant Women and Their Newborns (Jamaican Study)July 30, 2014 It’s almost too taboo to discuss: pregnant women smoking marijuana. It’s a dirty little secret for women, particularly during the harrowing first trimester, who turn to cannabis for relief from nausea and stress. Pregnant women in Jamaica use marijuana regularly to relieve nausea, as well as to relieve stress and depression, often in the form of a tea or tonic. In the late 1960s, grad student Melanie Dreher was chosen by her professors to perform an ethnographic study on marijuana use in Jamaica to observe and document its usage and its consequences among pregnant women. Dreher studied 24 Jamaican infants exposed to marijuana prenatally and 20 infants that were not exposed. Her work evolved into the book Women and Cannabis: Medicine, Science and Sociology, part of which included her field studies. Most North American studies have shown marijuana use can cause birth defects and developmental problems. Those studies did not isolate marijuana use, however, lumping cannabis with more destructive substances ranging from alcohol and tobacco to meth and heroin. In Jamaica, Dreher found a culture that policed its own ganja intake and considers its use spiritual. For the herb’s impact when used during pregnancy, she handed over reports utilizing the Brazelton Scale, the highly recognized neonatal behavioral assessment that evaluates behavior.......... http://www.truthinsideofyou.org/the-effect-of-cannabis-on-pregnant-women-and-their-newborns/
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    Concerning Issues About Consuming Cannabis While Pregnant According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one in 25 women in the U.S. reports using cannabis while pregnant. By: Becky Garrison Oct 13, 2017 “The What to Expect” website raises this question, “So is lighting up a joint when you’re expecting a safe cure-all for morning sickness and anxiety — or a dangerous habit that could potentially harm your baby? Lest one think this is an isolated inquiry, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one in 25 women in the US report using cannabis during their pregnancy. The answer to this question though appears to be mixed. As reported by NPR, a review and analysis of 31 previously published studies found no independent connection between a mother’s pot use and any adverse birth effects. But these studies do raise a number of questions that require further research. Potential Health Effects Of Using Cannabis During Pregnancy Using cannabis during pregnancy can increase a baby’s risk of developmental problems. According to the, New York Times, marijuana’s main psychoactive ingredient — tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC — can cross the placenta to reach the fetus. This could potentially harm brain development, cognition, and birth weight. Also, THC could induce premature labor. Smoking Cannabis During Pregnancy Cannabis smoke contains many of the same chemicals as tobacco smoke, thus increasing the possibilities for developmental issues in the infant. Hence, inhaling any smoke during pregnancy can be bad for both the mother and the baby..... https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/consuming-cannabis-while-pregnant/
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    I have 42.0 after all it is the answer to the ultimate question.
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    4.20 I claim as well
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    I've not seen her log in for years. I'm pretty sure she is on Twitter or Instagram. She also may have a Facebook page. When you find her, Let her know she's missed. EK
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    Thanks. I just let a few demons out of their cages. Sure they carry a lot of pain, but they also carry the memory. Some are never let out. Others took years to be caged. I do remove most of the timber/sticks when trimming but sometimes some are missed though rarely.
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    KarrMcDebt

    Dynafem Critical Mass (CBD) ~

    Chopped all the top colas off the Critical Mass CBD. Only found mite damage and ONE TINY spot of bud rot. Leaving the smaller buds a chance to get bigger. I'm guessing 4 oz dry, but we will see.
  17. 2 points
    ty, Those two were from clones I took and have not been topped or any leaves intentionally removed. If you look closely at them, the lowest leaves on both of them are the original ones that were part of the cutting taken with the ends trimmed off.
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    Roots are continuing to grow well, looks like I should spray the tops with some insecticidal soap or neem, just to make sure they stay as bug free as possible. Will go ahead and take some clones from the first pic, pre-98 bubba and Kush OG.
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    That box is the best. It even has starter paper.
  20. 2 points
    Just Nut Nibbler having fun with a new box She spotted her next victim, Moose
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    l3SV

    THC/CBD Season 2017

    Spotted these beauties but they got away, for now. 😉
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    Mud

    Black cherry soda

    I've been growing bcs for a few years now, the flowering pic is from a few years ago, the veg pic is just before it went into flower a week ago. Can easily lst it to take up a 4x4 tent in veg. I run 900 ppm in a 5 gal bucket with 5 inches of water in it. Yes I add water every day. I avg 7oz per go Anyone else grow this strain?
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    How Cannabis Has Improved My Life Well sure, I have all the usual benefits from cannabis. It sorts out my arthritis, my herniated disks, my scholiosis. Cannabis helps me to relax at the end of another hard day on the grindstone, it makes me feel better if I have a common cold or toothache. If I am feeling depressed cannabis gets me motivated and thinking straight. Cannabis makes shopping fun and drawing with my kids awesome, it turns the mundane into the essence of life.. But hey, this is nothing specieal, nothing unique, everyone gets these benefits from cannabis. The greatest benefit I get from cannabis is the abilty to think. I am not one of the sheeple, I question authority, I question the laws, the governments and their financial backers. Cannabis, the two dog gift, helps me to be human. But that's not unique, it helps you too. Flacco
  24. 2 points
    Price lowered $15k to $220. Great buy, bring offers!
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    Introducing the High Minded podcast, by The Cannabist Our new podcast tackles the most important issues in cannabis and how it's regulated. Oct 17, 2017, Welcome to High Minded by The Cannabist, our podcast diving into the stories, news and voices shaping a new billion-dollar industry. High Minded is a podcast in three acts, hosted by The Cannabist’s editor, Alex Pasquariello...... http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/10/17/high-minded-podcast-marijuana-news-s01e01/90122/
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    Cannabis Activist Joe Rogan Quits Weed, But Why? October 17, 2017 Chloé Harper Gold We can’t believe the day has come, but the reports all say the same thing: Joe Rogan quits weed. But why? Has this MMA fighter-turned-activist crossed over to the less-green side? Let’s find out what’s going on. Who Is Joe Rogan? New Jersey native Joe Rogan is a modern renaissance man. Well, to us he is. He’s a former mixed martial arts champion who retired early due to frequent headaches and a basic sense of self-preservation. After dropping out of the University of Massachusetts Boston, he pursued stand-up comedy. While launching his career, he supported himself in a few different ways including teaching mixed martial arts and driving limousines. As his comedy career progressed, Rogan relocated to Los Angeles and was able to work as a comedian full time. He also appeared in various television shows and sitcoms. In the late ’90s, he got a gig with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), in which he conducted post-fight interviews.... https://hightimes.com/news/cannabis-activist-joe-rogan-quits-weed/
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    Meet a reluctant medical marijuana doctor in the heart of the Bible Belt His rules are stricter than state regulations: To get a prescription from Texarkana physician Dr. Joseph Parker, a medical cannabis patient must be diagnosed with a qualifying condition by a different physician and willing to reduce use of a more dangerous drug. Oct 16, 2017 By Karl Richter, Texarkana Gazette TEXARKANA, Ark. — As Dr. Joseph Parker sees it, he has little choice except to prescribe medical marijuana — even though doing so may raise some eyebrows in Texarkana, Ark. “I was reluctant initially to agree to prescribe it, because you know anytime there’s a change in policy, whichever doctors agree to consider it first, people who disagree with that decision are going to look at harassing or attacking them. You put yourself out for a little scrutiny, and that wasn’t what I was looking to do,” Parker told the Texarkana Gazette.... http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/10/16/arkansas-medical-marijuana-texarkana-doctor-joseph-parker/90000/
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    A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Cannabis in Healthy Volunteers Evaluating Simulated Driving, Field Performance Tests and Cannabinoid Levels INVESTIGATORS: Thomas Marcotte, Ph.D. & Barth Wilsey, M.D. STUDY LOCATION: University of California, San Diego PROJECT TITLE: A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Cannabis in Healthy Volunteers Evaluating Simulated Driving, Field Performance Tests and Cannabinoid Levels PROJECT TYPE: Clinical Study STATUS: ACTIVE ABSTRACT: This study was authorized by the California Legislature (Assembly Bill 266, the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act) to help with detection of driving under the influence of cannabis. Healthy volunteers will inhale smoked cannabis with either 0% (placebo), 6.7%, or 12.6% Δ9-THC at the beginning of the day, and then complete driving simulations, iPad-based performance assessments,... http://www.cmcr.ucsd.edu/index.php/2015-11-20-20-52-15/active-studies/62-ab266
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    Strip search of ex-Miss Kentucky after she dropped balloon of weed at prison visit was wrong says lawyer Authorities asked for the search warrant after listening to phone calls that led them to believe Hampton planned to smuggle drugs to an inmate Oct 13, 2017 By The Associated Press LIMA, Ohio — A former Miss Kentucky USA who’s accused of smuggling marijuana into an Ohio prison shouldn’t have been pulled aside and searched by guards, her attorney told a judge. The attorney for 28-year-old Kia Hampton of Louisville, Kentucky, argued Thursday that authorities shouldn’t have been given a warrant that allowed a strip search..... http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/10/13/miss-kentucky-kia-hampton-marijuana-prison-visit/90054/
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    CANNABUZZAUG 30, 2017 Cannabis Cookies You Should Try She Don’t Know and Elbe’s Edibles Are Making Great Stuff by Josh Jardine ELBE’S Do you like cookies? “Well,” you answer coyly, “I’m trying to be ‘good’ this month and avoid gluten, and plus, I restarted my vegan diet yet again, but I love butter so much, oh I’m so bad tee hee....” Well, golly, that’s swell and all, and, you know, gluten-free kudos to you. But since you didn’t answer my question, I will do so for you: Yes, you do like cookies. And don’t lie to me, because you are better than that, and no one likes a liar, what with their flaming trousers and all. Me? I love cookies. I care fuck-all if it has butter, sugar, wheat, or freeze-dried kittens in it. (Cannabis Kitten Cookies are not actually a thing to the best of my knowledge. Yet.) There’s a reason I am known as “Cookie Monster” in some circles. Or, simply, “That Monster.” Let’s look at two Portland companies that are making terrific cannabis-infused cookies or cookie-like treats. Both come... highly recommended. I know! Ha! Good for me. SHE DON'T KNOW SHE DON’T KNOW sdksnacks.com About that name: She Don’t Know owner and CEO Jill Trinchero says, “It seems like everyone has the answers, but who really knows?” Trinchero started SDK in 2015, foregoing gluten, preservatives, corn syrup, or dyes, and infusing her offerings with “the clear,” a super-clean THC distillate made using ethanol. Their products are micro-dosed at 5 milligrams of THC per cookie, which Trinchero says is an amount most anyone can handle. They’re made that way because, as she puts it, “Who eats half a cookie? People don’t eat half a cookie.” She readily admits to being a cannabis edible lightweight, and wanted to offer an option to others who may share her tolerance and dietary choices. SDK cookies are manufactured in a dedicated gluten-free kitchen with vegan options, but wait, come back, because they are really good, and that comes without a qualifier. I could eat these by the handful, which I haven’t done because I’m not a stoned bear with poor impulse control. Doing the Whole30, paleo, or Eat-Clean diet plan? First, don’t tell me about it, because I don’t care—no one does or ever will—then grab your dietary pious self a Tokeless B. Coconut, a raw, gluten-free, vegan, no-sugar-added bite of goodness made with organic dates, almonds, coconut, and sour cherries. The Chocolate Chip Cannabis Cookie is also gluten-free, and just as tasty. This month SDK added a savory offering with C’est La Herb, a gluten-free crisp, buttery cracker with Herbes De Provence and Maldon flake sea salt. ELBE’S EDIBLES elbesedibles.com Let’s start with the slogan on their T-shirt: “My balls. Your mouth.” No, it’s not “What Are ‘Things Trump Has Said to Women,’ Alex?” and I’m sorry that your mind went directly there. The balls in question are 15-milligram, THC-infused cake balls in numerous flavors, one of two product lines made by Elbe’s. They also make variously flavored snickerdoodle cookies, each containing 25 milligrams of THC—one is a lemon version, and on their website, they delve into why: “Lemon contains a terpene called Limone which is a hydrocarbon that has the ability to cross the blood brain barrier and interact with the brain.” They also go a bit into the differences between Delta-9 and Delta-11 THC, so you can get informed while you get high. The more you know.... Elbe’s started toiling in the cookie mines back in 2010, using a whole-cannabis-bud butter infusion. They are one of the few companies I have found in the recreational cannabis market still using full butter, which is the way I came up enjoying my edibles. All the love to my vegan friends, but there are times I want canna-infused butter. This is one of those times. The taste of Elbe’s Orange Creamsicle Cake Balls bears an uncanny resemblance to its namesake frozen treat, and they’re all too tempting to have on hand in any great quantity. A clever cutting-and-portioning guide is included in each package to help you determine your proper dose, making them easy to share. They recently dropped a Gingersnap Snickerdoodle with a one-to-one ratio of CBD and THC, containing 25 milligrams of each. After gobbling one, the result was a balanced, mellow high, with the THC nicely complemented by the CBD. URL If You're Interested In Any Of These Cannabis Stories Below: http://www.portlandmercury.com/cannabuzz/2017/08/30/19281759/cannabis-cookies-you-should-try These Are The Stories You May Be Interested In: Pardon Me If These Links Don't Work To The Stories. Then Just Use The Above URL Thanks Very Much... Peace. Sincerely, BW The Golden State Goes Green California Makes Adult-Use Weed Legal on January 1. What’s Coming? by Josh Jardine Elvy Musikka, Living Cannabis Legend The OG Cannabis Activist Gets Her Weed from Uncle Sam by Josh Jardine Quick Hits: Cool Cannabis Products New Weed Toys to Check Out by Josh Jardine
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    A few days ago, Nut Nibbler noticed some birds at the feeder She was meowing and jumping at them for a bit. One bird watched her. Today, I got some new chicks. One of each: Red sex Link, Rhode Island Red, and a Plymouth Rock. Next week, I'll be getting some more These cute little fluffy balls are about the size of an egg. Enjoy how cute they are, they'll go through a ugly duckling phase. It didn't take long for Nut Nibbler to hear the chicks chirping and come out I'm sure she's plotting, she watched them for 2 1/2 hours straight until she went for a nap Her eyes kinda look glazed over,.... or is that the frustration building up? Moose came out and looked where all the chirping was coming from then went back to bed. A few years ago, he ran scared (fluffed and run low to the ground) from a baby chick roughly the same size as these. I still don't know if I should feel bad for him,.... really a 20lb cat running for a chick the size of an egg,.... or just laugh at him.
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    Guy takes orders for weed on Facebook Live. It doesn’t end well Oct 11, 2017, By The Associated Press MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee prosecutors say a 20-year-old man used Facebook Live to arrange marijuana sales. Charging documents from the Milwaukee District Attorney’s Office released Wednesday say Jeffery S. Kirk interacted,.... http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/10/11/facebook-live-marijuana-sale/89766/
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    Why California’s Legal Weed May Cost More By Maureen Meehan October 09, 2017 Despite the many stories about the recent drop in weed prices, some in the industry fear that cultivation, production and retail regulations could drive up weed prices in California—just when consumers can finally buy it legally. Jonathan Rubin of New Leaf Data Services thinks prices will go up because of compliance costs and testing. “I can almost guarantee bottlenecks in testing and permits,” Rubin told LA Weekly. No doubt California is going to stick to the letter of the law.... http://hightimes.com/news/why-californias-legal-weed-may-cost-more/
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    Al Sharpton calls medical marijuana use “a civil right” Sharpton also pushed for diversity in business ownership at the Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition in Boston Oct 6, 2017 By Alison Bosma, Milford Daily News BOSTON — For civil rights activist the Rev. Al Sharpton, cannabis legalization lands squarely under his purview. “I will never tell you how to grow marijuana, I don’t know how to do that,” Sharpton told an audience in Boston Thursday. “But I know how to agitate.” Sharpton’s remarks came during the Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition in Boston, where he argued marijuana — especially the business opportunities afforded by legalization — is a civil rights issue..... http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/10/06/al-sharpton-medical-marijuana-support/89478/
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    FDA Intends to Look into Medical Marijuana Claims By Maureen Meehan October 04, 2017 Good news, if it’s true. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb might start looking into medical marijuana’s many claims. “I see people who are developing products who are making claims that marijuana has antitumor effects in the setting of cancer,” said Gottlieb at a hearing before Congress this week. “It’s a much broader question about where our responsibility is to step into this.” OK, let’s do this. May we suggest, Dr. Gottlieb, that you get in touch with a few scientists and colleagues to help you out with this important job? How about Dr. Orrin Devinsky, who is working on cannabis-based anti-epilepsy drugs for children at New York University Langone Medical Center?...... http://hightimes.com/news/fda-intends-to-look-into-medical-marijuana-claims/
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    Marijuana and Diabetes Have a Strange Relationship That is Helping Sufferers By Jessica Leone - October 3, 2017 Diabetes is a dangerous condition that is affecting Americans in epic proportions. In the last 10 years alone, the number of people affected rose by nearly 50 percent. This amounts to over 29 million Americans living with diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is often related to a sedentary lifestyle with minimal exercise and the consumption of too much sugar or too many carbohydrates which break down into sugars. The World Health Organization is predicting that the number of people living with diabetes will double by 2030. Already at epidemic proportions, this condition kills more people than AIDS and breast cancer combined. The condition can lead to blindness, kidney failure, amputations, heart failure and stroke and Americans spend over $245 billion a year trying to treat the condition. For this reason, researchers have been investigating the connection between marijuana and diabetes. The Primary Cause of Diabetes Diabetes occurs when your blood sugar or blood glucose levels are too high. Glucose is a main source of energy for the body and it’s derived directly from food..... http://www.marijuanaresources.com/marijuana-and-diabetes-have-a-strange-relationship-that-is-helping-sufferers/
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    Man Regains Consciousness After 15 Year Coma—How Weed Comes Into It By Adam Drury September 28, 2017 The scientific community is abuzz this week after news that a man who was in a coma for 15 years suddenly regained consciousness. Lying in a vegetative state for just one year radically reduces a patient’s chances of recovery. So the fact that a man regained consciousness after a 15 year coma is extremely significant to the medical and scientific community. The twist, however, is what cannabis has to do with his recovery. No, the man in a coma wasn’t dosed with medical cannabis. In fact, marijuana has nothing to do with his particular recovery at all. But that’s not the point. Rather, it’s how the man regained consciousness that matters. And that’s where cannabis comes in. Although weed didn’t wake this particular patient up from his coma, it does have something very important to do with how he woke up. Waking Up From A 15 Year Coma In a study which appeared in the September 2017 issue of Current Biology, researchers argued that stimulating a central nerve in the brain can benefit the process of recovering consciousness..... http://hightimes.com/medicinal/man-regains-consciousness-after-15-year-coma-how-weed-comes-into-it/
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    Hemp in California: Could marijuana’s mellow cousin be the next environmental and economic boon? By Brooke Edwards Staggs, The Cannifornian No Comments The 40 or so people gathered in conference room 502B at Los Angeles Convention Center came from starkly different backgrounds. They included a San Joaquin Valley farmer, a Huntington Beach restaurateur, a Paramount fabric importer and a Denver attorney. Some were in suits and some were in shorts. http://www.thecannifornian.com/special-sections/hemp-california-marijuanas-mellow-cousin-next-environmental-economic-boon/
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    Cops Thought They Found $100K Worth of Weed, But They Were Wrong By Maureen Meehan September 20, 2017 A National Guard helicopter hovered overhead as teams from four different Missouri police and sheriffs’ departments bushwhacked through a field of tall green plants. They slashed through the woods to discover what they called “one of the largest marijuana grow seizures in the area.” The raiders chopped down the plants and loaded them into a landscaping trailer pulled by a huge pickup truck. They then proceeded to snap hundreds of pictures of themselves and their prize, which they then posted to the Jasper Police Department’s Facebook page. Photo: Riverfront Times Shortly after posting their proud-as-hell photos, Facebook comments started pouring in...... http://hightimes.com/news/cops-thought-they-found-100k-worth-of-weed-but-they-were-wrong/
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    It seems to work for you! Good idea chopping cuts and putting into water, I generally do them one at a time, but as I am now using SOG method it can take a while doing it that way. I also tend to give mum a big drink the day before taking cuts. Do you pH the misting water, or add any other foliar feeding nutes?
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    The house is priced well based on comparables in the area. Thank
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    btw, the tent is under a pair of Herbal Vador 2x, 190w each I think.
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    I love Feisty.
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    nice lookin eggs way to go
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    P. Allen Smith garden home was talking about chickens this morning. They were saying that they put some vinegar and garlic cloves in the water to help deter mites and pests from biting the birds. Have you ever heard of this, or do you do something similar?
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    Yes, they were all out in the same area. Weather permitting, I try to give them some time in the veggie garden area each day before it get tilled and the garden planted. They eat the weeds and poo, both are good things for the garden. The Welsummer tries to get close to the hens. So far most of the time she's chased off, but not everytime. Sour has been throwing her weight more since the chicks have entered the coop, it has been a while since she wasn't bottom bird.
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    getting bigger...
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    I got 2 more chicks today, Welsummer and a Wyandotte. They are about the size of an egg and about the sized the other 3 were when I got them. I knew they were growing, but wow didn't think or relies how much they grew in a week. I cleaned their water once everyone was settled. Natually Nut Nibbler had to come out since the chicks were noisier then normal. She stared at their shadows for a few minutes then took her frustrations out on a scratching post ( luckily my cats have 2 and a cat tree) and has been running through the house (being a thorn in Moose's side)
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