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My daughter's weed.
07-18-2019, 06:06 AM #1
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Is stronger than anything I buy. I had to borrow some from her recently and it's strong. I guess I'm a sixty's gal and can only handle a low percentage of THC. But, hey, I keep trying to up the tolerance.

I am beginning to think that marijuana is a drug and like any drug one must take it daily and often to develop a tolerance, like snake venom.
07-19-2019, 10:37 PM #2
Cynicalabsurdance Member
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Wanna experience " Super Strong " ?

One Whiff of my dirty Socks .

When 11 y.o.
In Church ,

I took my sneakers off .

stuck my feet under the Pew in front of me ,,,

Elderly Lady with Blue Hair sitting over my Feet ,,,

Well ,,,

Paramedics couldn't save her .

But ,,,

interesting was that She began speaking in Tongues as she slipped into the Coma .

hee hee heee
07-20-2019, 02:20 AM #3
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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lol you win in the church shenanigans.
07-20-2019, 02:35 AM #4
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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I must say one thing, after smoking her weed I felt absolutely no pain anywhere. It is named 'Blueberry Kush'. Funny thing is that my daughter never smoked weed until a few weeks ago when she ordered it from our government store. She told me she chose this one because she thought it would taste of blueberries. lol
07-20-2019, 02:04 PM #5
Kreeper Griobhtha
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Many people do taste the terpenes that give the different scents and flavors. I'm not one of the lucky ones. It all tastes the same to me no matter how I inhale it. I also can't get any effects from eating it. I'm in the lucky 5% who can't. Either I don't make a necessary enzyme to use it that way or the acids in my digestive system destroys the cannabinoids. Whichever it is, no one in the house can eat it.

What politics from both sides wants to teach us is that things are never complex. If you have your little package and something doesn't fit into that package, You don't know what to make of it so you want to dismiss it or then you will have to do the work of reconsidering your assumptions. - Michael Malice
07-21-2019, 12:43 AM #6
RiskyRob Master Blaster
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(Today, 01:35 AM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  I must say one thing, after smoking her weed I felt absolutely no pain anywhere. It is named 'Blueberry Kush'. Funny thing is that my daughter never smoked weed until a few weeks ago when she ordered it from our government store. She told me she chose this one because she thought it would taste of blueberries. lol

I just checked that strain and it had low levels of CBD, which is used for pain management.
07-22-2019, 12:22 AM #7
Kreeper Griobhtha
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CBD doesn't help nearly as a full array of cannabinoids. THC is just as important. Once cannabis is legalized nationally I think they will find the terpene myrcene will turn out to be the biggest factor and the FDA will require the levels to be posted on the label with THC and the rest. Myrcene is the reason traditional indicas were more helpful for pain relief. All the long, stringy sativas were bred with fat, dense indicas for more weight. As a result, they bred out essentially all of the CBDs. Non-CBD strains all have less than 1% CBD. Fortunately, breeders have recognized the CBD craze and are breeding a lot more strains that are high in CBD. Unfortunately, they are breeding high CBD-low THC strains. I don't recommend them. A strain that has a 1:1 THC:CBD ratio is best.

Myrcene is also the reason indica puts you indacouch. Sativas typically had 0 to .4% while Indicas would range from .4 to 1.4%. That changed with the great race for higher THC level. With all the crossbreeding mentioned above you are just as likely to get a sativa that puts you to sleep and an indica that gives you anxiety. That is the reason I said the FDA will require myrcene levels posted on the label.

An interesting side note about myrcene: I have found that you can use a vaporizer to smoke a heavy couch lock strain and not get the lock. It seems the myrcene has a higher boiling point than the cannabinoids and is not released by the lower temps.

All that said, I am pretty high right now and I may have to read over this and retype it. It may be a jumbled mess for all I know.

What politics from both sides wants to teach us is that things are never complex. If you have your little package and something doesn't fit into that package, You don't know what to make of it so you want to dismiss it or then you will have to do the work of reconsidering your assumptions. - Michael Malice
07-24-2019, 05:18 AM #8
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(07-20-2019, 01:04 PM)Kreeper Wrote:  Many people do taste the terpenes that give the different scents and flavors. I'm not one of the lucky ones. It all tastes the same to me no matter how I inhale it. I also can't get any effects from eating it. I'm in the lucky 5% who can't. Either I don't make a necessary enzyme to use it that way or the acids in my digestive system destroys the cannabinoids. Whichever it is, no one in the house can eat it.


Indeed, either it is a marketing ploy or I am just like you, because I didn't taste blueberry at all.
07-24-2019, 05:19 AM #9
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(07-21-2019, 12:43 AM)RiskyRob Wrote:  
(07-20-2019, 02:35 AM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  I must say one thing, after smoking her weed I felt absolutely no pain anywhere. It is named 'Blueberry Kush'. Funny thing is that my daughter never smoked weed until a few weeks ago when she ordered it from our government store. She told me she chose this one because she thought it would taste of blueberries. lol

I just checked that strain and it had low levels of CBD, which is used for pain management.

Did you check the exact makeup of it from the Canadian store? I know reality from non-reality, I've lived way too long. Alternatively, it was just enough CBD to do the trick. Also, it is a hybrid strain, so I'm not sure if that has any bearing on it.

THC per unit is 3mg, CBD per unit is 0.4 mg. So, yes, it is low in CBD and high in THC.

Maybe it also has to do with the type of pain, the severity of the pain and the amount of CBD toked at one given time?
07-24-2019, 05:20 AM #10
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(07-21-2019, 11:22 PM)Kreeper Wrote:  CBD doesn't help nearly as a full array of cannabinoids. THC is just as important. Once cannabis is legalized nationally I think they will find the terpene myrcene will turn out to be the biggest factor and the FDA will require the levels to be posted on the label with THC and the rest. Myrcene is the reason traditional indicas were more helpful for pain relief. All the long, stringy sativas were bred with fat, dense indicas for more weight. As a result, they bred out essentially all of the CBDs. Non-CBD strains all have less than 1% CBD. Fortunately, breeders have recognized the CBD craze and are breeding a lot more strains that are high in CBD. Unfortunately, they are breeding high CBD-low THC strains. I don't recommend them. A strain that has a 1:1 THC:CBD ratio is best.

Myrcene is also the reason indica puts you indacouch. Sativas typically had 0 to .4% while Indicas would range from .4 to 1.4%. That changed with the great race for higher THC level. With all the crossbreeding mentioned above you are just as likely to get a sativa that puts you to sleep and an indica that gives you anxiety. That is the reason I said the FDA will require myrcene levels posted on the label.

An interesting side note about myrcene: I have found that you can use a vaporizer to smoke a heavy couch lock strain and not get the lock. It seems the myrcene has a higher boiling point than the cannabinoids and is not released by the lower temps.

All that said, I am pretty high right now and I may have to read over this and retype it. It may be a jumbled mess for all I know.

Bravo. Bravo.
07-24-2019, 07:26 PM #11
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Here ya go!

"The Predominant Effects of High-THC Strains

THC is the primary psychotropic component in marijuana, that is the component responsible for an altered state of mood and perception. This effect makes THC attractive to recreational users.

But THC also contains strong anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, so it has shown some success in the treatment of pain caused by inflammation, such as arthritis, and cancer.

THC relaxes the nervous system, which helps in spasm-related pain, such as multiple sclerosis. The altered mental state caused by THC can contribute to relieving severe pain in some cases in the same way medicine uses opiates to treat pain."

http://nationalpainreport.com/thc-vs-cbd...37164.html
07-25-2019, 03:27 PM #12
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Isn't my new coffee cup sweet?

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